Philippe Gauguier has been an associate at In Extenso Tourism, Culture and Hospitality since 2001. A hotel school graduate with a solid operational background, Philippe played a key role in developing a French hotel chain prior to concentrating on hotel consulting. Although hospitality remains his field of choice, Philippe also advises on other aspects of tourism, including health and wellbeing (balneology, thalassotherapy, spas), golf, casinos and business tourism. From conducting market studies, Philippe rapidly moved towards focusing on asset valuation, as a member of RICS. He also regularly organises conferences in France and Morocco (Hospitality Trends) and lectures at top business schools.
An associate at In Extenso Tourism, Culture & Hospitality since 2001, Olivier Petit advises public and private actors on tourism and hospitality-related issues. His internationally-recognised expertise focuses notably on the strategic development of tourism. This includes opportunity studies for the creation of large-scale facilities, market and feasibility studies for private sector companies, destination positioning analysis, assistance in developing and implementing local authority grants and setting up real estate operations. Olivier also regularly organises conferences in France (Hospitality Trends) and lectures at top business schools. He is a graduate of Skema Business School (ex. CERAM Business School)
Dominique Lecea is head of In Extenso TCH’s tourism and culture consulting division. He advises on the strategic development of tourism, leisure and territories, as well as project feasibility. Dominique is also specialised in organisational and management issues, and has a proven expertise in the downstream marketing, communication and operation of tourism-related products. Dominique has been Head of Studies of the Hospitality and Tourism master programme at the Institut des Sciences de l’Entreprise et du Management (ISEM) / University of Montpellier since 2007. Prior to joining In Extenso TCH, Dominique occupied the following positions: Director of Studies
Samuel Couteleau joined In Extenso TCH as a consultant in 2001. He advises public and private actors on hospitality real estate issues, providing market and strategic studies for hotels, apart-hotels, casinos, spas and convention centres. Samuel pilots In Extenso TCH’s research and development on tourist lodging supply (databases, themed analyses) and has developed recognised expertise in apart-hotels. As manager of In Extenso TCH’s Nantes office, Samuel has a solid knowledge of the regions of south-west France, but also conducts studies throughout France, as well as in Morocco and French overseas territories. Samuel is a graduate of CETIA (Toulouse II).
Anne Ravard joined In Extenso TCH in 2007, providing consulting services in the areas of culture and cultural tourism. Between 2009 and 2011, Anne was responsible for staging temporary exhibitions at the Quai Branly Museum. Her areas of expertise include strategy, organisation and the economy of culture. Anne regularly conducts assignments focusing on regional strategic planning, the pre-programming of cultural infrastructure and the reorganisation of cultural institutions. Anne is a graduate of HEC Paris and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Art History from the University of Lille III. She lectures at the University of Bretagne Sud de Lorient, and is president of the professional association, Culture & Management.
Julien Guittet is specialised in hotel and real estate valuations. He has developed recognised expertise in financial analysis (financial modelling) and due diligence for the acquisition of hotels, real estate, commercial property and mixed-use assets. Julien provides project managers with operator and investor selection advice and regularly conducts market and feasibility studies. He has notably undertaken a vast number of assignments in France (Paris, Alps, Côte d’Azur) and abroad (Eastern Europe Africa), focusing on hotel projects that integrate a leisure component. Julien is a graduate of ESSEC (Cornell University, Specialisation: Real Estate Finance).
Avec 17 années d’expérience dans le conseil spécialisé dans les domaines du tourisme, des loisirs, du sport et de la culture, Matthieu LÉVY a développé une expertise spécifique en matière de stratégies territoriales de développement touristique et de loisir.
Il apporte également son savoir-faire aux projets touristiques et cela à toutes les étapes de leur définition.
Cette double approche de stratégie territoriale et de projet opérationnel lui permet de parfaitement maîtriser l’ensemble de la chaîne de production et de commercialisation touristique.
Il est diplômé de Sciences Po Paris - Cycle Supérieur de Spécialisation en Aménagement et Urbanisme et de l'Institut d'Études Politiques de Lille.
Chloé Leonetti joined In Extenso TCH in 2004, after having worked at the Musée national du Moyen-Âge , in Cluny. Chloé advises on the creation and development of cultural and tourism infrastructure, from their design to their operation. She designs and / or programmes cultural, leisure and tourism facilities (museums, heritage sites, wildlife parks, Tourism Offices, etc., and also conducts assignments focusing on regional heritage strategies. Chloé holds a Masters degree in History of Art from Nanterre University and a Masters degree in Cultural Project Management from the Sorbonne. She is a certified programming consultant and lectures at the Sorbonne – Paris 4.
Sacha Fournier joined in Extenso TCH in 2005, after having worked as a financial and marketing analyst for several major tourism and hotel companies. Sacha’s area of expertise lies in preparing budgets and analysing the economic repercussions of cultural and tourism operations, as well as optimising the management of cultural and tourism infrastructure. Specialised in tourist lodging, Sacha is also responsible for In Extenso TCH’s consulting activities abroad. He is a graduate of ESSEC (Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales).
Michelle Fawcett has over 18 years’ experience in the hospitality industry, including eight in hotel and tourism consulting. Her areas of expertise cover tourist lodging (hotels, residences, etc.), restaurants, ski resorts, spas, golf courses, casinos and business facilities. Michelle regularly conducts audits, hotel valuations and feasibility studies, as well as providing strategic advice to private and public actors. Based in Cannes, she is highly familiar with the regions of south eastern France, but also conducts assignments in the rest of France and abroad (Northern Europe, Eastern Europe, North Africa). Michelle regularly lectures at Skema Business School and holds an MBA in International Hospitality Management from IMHI – ESSEC – Cornell University.
Thierry est manager au sein de l’équipe In Extenso TCH depuis 2006. De formation hôtelière et touristique, il a participé à de nombreuses missions d’étude et de conseil depuis 25 ans, au sein de plusieurs grands cabinets spécialisés. Il intervient, tant en France (métropole et territoires d’outre-mer) qu’à l’étranger (Europe, Afrique du Nord et Sub-saharienne, Moyen-Orient) sur des missions d’étude de marché et de faisabilité, d’évaluation d’actifs, de stratégies de développement touristique et hôtelier, de définition de concept, d’analyse prospective, … Il a également géré et développé, pendant plus de 15 ans, un observatoire statistique annuel des ratios de gestion dans l’hôtellerie. Par ailleurs, il rédige régulièrement des articles, notamment pour la revue Espaces.
Thierry est diplômé de l’Ecole Nationale de Commerce (ENC Bessières – Paris) et de l’Institut de Recherche et d’Etudes Supérieures du Tourisme (IREST – Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne).
Florent Daniel has been a consultant at In Extenso TCH since 2001. With a generalist background, Florent studied at Quimper hotel school, before returning to university and graduating from ESTHUA (Angers). He advises public and private actors on hospitality real estate issues, providing market and strategic studies for hotels, apart-hotels, casinos, spas and convention centres. Florent has conducted numerous regional strategic planning assignments (Grenoble, Le Havre, Rennes, Toulouse, etc.) and has developed a range of tools to track hotel industry performance. Having created the first thalassotherapy benchmark in France, Florent has proven expertise in the sector. Based in Nantes, he has a solid knowledge of the regions of south-west France, but also conducts studies throughout France, Africa and French overseas territories.
Côme de Framond has been working in regional strategic planning for tourism, leisure and hospitality for six years. A consultant at In Extenso TCH since early 2013, Côme is specialised in the definition of tourism strategies and the organisation of tourism competences at different territorial levels. He also takes part in assignments concerning the creation or development of leisure and tourism facilities, from the preliminary study stage to the finalisation of the project. Côme holds a Masters degree from Reims Management School (Sup de CO Reims).
A graduate of SKEMA Business School, Grégory Fortems joined In Extenso TCH in April 2015. He has conducted numerous hospitality real estate assignments, both in France and abroad. His strong operational and administrative experience has placed him in good stead to assist local authorities and private operators with market studies and strategic reflection. Grégory’s expertise covers hotels, apart-hotels, business venues and casinos, as well as regional tourism development stratégies.
Amélie Lapi est consultante chez In Extenso TCH depuis 2006. Après un cursus d’école hôtelière, elle s’est très rapidement tournée vers les métiers du Conseil. Elle intervient principalement sur les problématiques de développement hôtelier mais également d’autres sujets tels que les équipements d’affaires ou encore de bien-être, en réalisant des études de marché et de faisabilité. Elle travaille aussi bien pour le secteur public que privé, en France et à l’Etranger sur des zones telles que le Maroc ou la Russie.
Elle est titulaire d’un Master en Management de l’Ecole de Savignac.
Chloé Le Roy a rejoint In Extenso TCH après avoir travaillé pendant trois ans en tant que consultante au sein de la Société en Aménagement et en Développement Local (SADL). Titulaire d’un master en Aménagement, Urbanisme et Développement Territorial, elle intervient principalement sur des missions portant sur la valorisation économique et touristique des espaces, la faisabilité d'équipements de type centre d'interprétation, site de visite et d'accueil des publics et le développement patrimonial et culturel des territoires.
Elle est titulaire d'un Master professionnel d’Aménagement, Urbanisme et Développement Territorial Durables, de l'institut d'aménagement, de tourisme et d'urbanisme de Bordeaux III.
Olivier Teme Enama is a junior consultant at In Extenso TCH. Olivier joined the team in June 2014, after having worked in hotel operations for a number of years. He conducts market and feasibility studies in France and abroad, covering hotels, apart-hotels, business facilities and leisure infrastructure. With a technical background, Olivier graduated from IREST (Panthéon Sorbonne).
Brice Lhabitant joined In Extenso TCH in 2013 and advises on tourism and hospitality real estate issues. His combined operational and administrative background provides him with a solid foundation for conducting market and strategic studies for local authorities and private actors. Brice’s areas of expertise cover hotels, apart-hotels, business facilities and casinos, as well as regional strategic planning in terms of tourism and hotel development. Brice is a graduate of IAE La Rochelle.
Après deux ans comme chargé d’études en développement touristique du territoire et valorisation du patrimoine, Charles MARCEAU rejoint le cabinet In Extenso en mai 2018 en tant que consultant tourisme et culture. Il intervient principalement sur des études de stratégie de développement de territoire. Ses missions le conduisent également à travailler sur des études d’opportunités et de faisabilités d’équipements culturels, touristiques et patrimoniaux mais aussi sur leur mise en réseaux.
Il est titulaire d'un Master 2 « Développement et Aménagement Touristique des Territoires » IREST – Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne.
A la suite de sa formation elle a rejoint In Extenso TCH en 2017 après un précédent stage de 10 mois au sein de l’agence comme chargée d’études Tourisme et Culture. Elle participe à plusieurs missions portant sur des projets d’équipements culturels, touristiques et patrimoniaux ; elle intervient notamment durant les phases de diagnostic touristique.
Elle est diplômée de l’Ecole du Louvre, Marie a suivi un double master : médiation culturelle à l’Ecole du Louvre et management culturel à Audencia Business School.
Cécile Leal joined In Extenso TCH in 2008. Her role is to provide administrative support to consultants. Cécile also participates in In Extenso TCH’s commercial development, and thanks to three years previously spent working for an events agency, regularly participates in assignments covering events and animation. Cécile holds a Masters degree in Tourism from ESTHUA (Specialisation: MICE Tourism).
Patricia Gallois joined In Extenso in 2006 in order to provide administrative support to the directors, and the consultants during their assignments. Patricia also actively participates in the commercial development of In Extenso TCH and holds a diploma in trilingual secretarial studies.
A graduate of the ESSEC Executive MBA programme, Guy Boulo spent 16 years in various management positions within major hotel and tourism companies, including Louvre Hotels and Club Med. In 2004, Guy founded GB AXIS, a company specialised in providing consulting services and operational assistance in the hospitality, restaurant and leisure sectors. Choosing then to focus on hotel transactions in France and Eastern Europe, Guy acquired the agency, CIME, under an exclusive contract with In Extenso – Deloitte. CIME became Transaxio Hôtel on the 1st January 2012, joining the Transaxio network that was formed following the acquisition of a number of agencies specialised in all types of property transactions. Today, Transaxio counts over 25 agencies throughout France. Transaxio Hôtel ‘s expertise covers three main areas: buying or selling a hotel, developing new off-plan products (VEFA /CPI) and providing operational and marketing assistance.
After having obtained a Masters degree in International Tourism Development from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, Guillaume Jalliffier worked in a number of hotel and restaurant operational and support roles (F&B Manager and Yield Manager) in France and abroad, both for family-run and international establishments. Guillaume joined Transaxio Hôtel in 2013 as a hotel transactions advisor, and since early 2015 has been heading up a team of advisors in the newly-formed Transactions department.