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Presse Book ONLYLYON 2012
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Sélection des meilleurs articles internationaux de 2012.

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  • 1. PressBook kooBsserP Sélection des meilleurs articles internationaux de 2012PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 1 22/01/13 15:25
  • 2. Sommaire • Il sole 24 ore - Immobilier/Urbanisme...........................................................6 • Phoenix TV - Innorobo......................................................................................7 • Financial Times - Immobilier/Urbanisme......................................................8 • Bloomberg - Attractivité économique.......................................................... 10 • L’Echo - Attractivité économique.................................................................. 12 • La Tribune - ONLYLYON................................................................................ 13 • BThere Magazine - Immobilier/Urbanisme................................................. 14 • Frankfuter Allgemeine Zeitung - Prix Galien............................................. 17 • The National - Attractivité économique....................................................... 18 • RheinMain TV - Evénement Francfort.......................................................... 19 • Daily Telegraph - Fête des Lumières........................................................... 20 • Chosun - Evénement Corée.......................................................................... 22 • Financial Times - Fête des Lumières.......................................................... 23 • Huffington Post - Biennale de la danse....................................................... 24 • Itar-Tass - Fête des Lumières...................................................................... 26 • Vechernyaya Moskva - Fête des Lumières.................................................. 27 • Der Spiegel - Hôtel Dieu............................................................................... 28 • Al Bayan - Attractivité économique.............................................................. 30PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 5 22/01/13 15:26
  • 3. Il Sole 24 Ore + 335 000 exemplaires 8 mars 2012 Italie Immobilier/Urbanisme «Une ville en continuelle transformation qui réussit à unir dynamisme économique, excellence de la formation et de la recherche, intense activité culturelle et grande douceur de vivre». 6PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 6 22/01/13 15:26
  • 4. Phoenix TV 150 millions de 20 mars 2012 téléspectateurs Chine Innorobo «Reportage TV avec interview de Gérard Collomb». 7PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 7 22/01/13 15:27
  • 5. Financial Times + 290 000 exemplaires 17 mars 2012 1,6 million de visiteurs Grande-Bretagne uniques par mois Immobilier/Urbanisme «The heavy industry that is the cornerstone of Lyon’s present-day prosperity is essentially out of sight in a “chemical corridor” to the south of the centre. The city is also having some success in attracting new business clusters such as renewable energies and even the video games industry.» 8PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 8 22/01/13 15:27
  • 6. Financial Times + 290 000 exemplaires 17 mars 2012 1,6 million de visiteurs Grande-Bretagne uniques par mois Immobilier/Urbanisme 9PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 9 22/01/13 15:27
  • 7. Bloomberg Agence de presse 8 juin 2012 internationale Etats-Unis Attractivité économique «In the past year, 30 companies, including Japan’s Toshiba Corp. (6502), the U.S.’s Baxter International and China’s Huawei Technologies Services Co. opened branches in the Lyon area, according to Agence pour le Developpement Economique de la Region Lyonnaise, or Aderly, the local development body. The investment may create 1,345 jobs in three years, it said.»10PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 10 22/01/13 15:27
  • 8. Bloomberg Agence de presse 8 juin 2012 internationale Etats-Unis Attractivité économique «Lyon gets 4 million visitors just during the “Fête des Lumières,” or festival of lights, in December every year» 11PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 11 22/01/13 15:27
  • 9. L’Echo + 250 000 exemplaires Juillet 2012 Belgique Attractivité économique «Le secteur des sciences de la vie est un secteur avec beaucoup d’investisement, mais c’est aussi un secteur fortement bousculé…»12PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 12 22/01/13 15:28
  • 10. La Tribune 79 000 exemplaires 15 juin 2012 France ONLYLYON 13PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 13 22/01/13 15:28
  • 11. BThere Magazine 1,5 million de lecteurs 12 août 2012 Belgique Immobilier/Urbanisme «Lyon is undergoing a dramatic urban reinvention with a series of thrilling architectural projects…»14PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 14 22/01/13 15:28
  • 12. BThere Magazine 1,5 million de lecteurs 12 août 2012 Belgique Immobilier/Urbanisme 15PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 15 22/01/13 15:28
  • 13. BThere Magazine 1,5 million de lecteurs 12 août 2012 Belgique Immobilier/Urbanisme16PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 16 22/01/13 15:28
  • 14. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 1 million de lecteurs 10 octobre 2012 Allemagne Prix Galien «Lyon, à travers son pôle de compétitivité Lyonbiopôle, compte plus de 600 entreprises dans le domaine pharmaceutique et plus de 100 entreprises dans le secteur des biotechnologies, rassemblant au total 100 000 emplois.» 17PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 17 22/01/13 15:28
  • 15. The National 65 000 exemplaires 15 octobre 2012 Emirats Arabes Unis Attractivité économique18PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 18 22/01/13 15:28
  • 16. RheinMain TV 4,5 millions 17 octobre 2012 de téléspectateurs Allemagne Evénement Francfort «Reportage sur Lyon avec interview de Jacques de Chilly et Jean-Michel Daclin» 19PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 19 22/01/13 15:28
  • 17. Daily Telegraph 530 000 visiteurs par jour 29 octobre 2012 Grande-Bretagne Fête des Lumières Somehow, I doubted the Virgin Mary would approve. Quite a crowd It happened in December 1852, when the city’s staunchly Catholic had gathered outside the Gothic Saint-Nizier church in Lyon. community was awaiting the inauguration of a golden statue of the Everyone watched, quietly transfixed, as the 19th-century façade Virgin Mary on Fourvière, the hill that looms over Lyon. She was underwent some mind-bending transformations. Jungle creepers already fashionably late. Designed by the Lyonnais sculptor Joseph- took root then wilted in its dark brickwork; doves burst out then Hugues Fabisch, the statue was due to be unveiled in September. But fluttered around; and neon grid lines zapped around the portico. Then a few weeks before, the swollen waters of the River Saône had flames burst up the stone, licking the church clock. In a dazzling, flooded Fabisch’s workshop, forcing a postponement until December disconcerting finale, the entire building collapsed then reassembled 8. into the shape of the neighbouring blocks of flats. On the eve of that date, Lyon was again swept by storms and the This was, of course, visual trickery, one of a series of captivating light organisers cancelled hastily. Prematurely, as it turned out, for the shows that takes over the city for a few days in December – although weather on the day proved calm and the populace started to whisper perhaps not quite what the festival’s originators had in mind. Both the their discontent. As darkness fell, they lit candles and placed them on electronic sleight of hand, and the battering – albeit virtual – of the their windowsills in stained-glass holders, a gesture that spread church exterior, would surely have been beyond the most surreal around the city. Then, according to the legend, citizens descended dreams of the mid-19th-century Lyonnais faithful who had founded onto the streets and celebrated anyway. Then church leaders the Fête des Lumières. spontaneously lit up the chapel on the hill, and a festival was born.20PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 20 22/01/13 15:28
  • 18. Daily Telegraph 530 000 visiteurs par jour The candles in stained glass remain: their light flickers on the shutters and its fine arts museum to the river bridges, and smaller-scale 29 octobre 2012 of the town’s handsome apartment blocks for the duration of the suburban locations, will be given flamboyant, technicoloured Grande-Bretagne festival. But the Fête des Lumières is now about much more than makeovers with the latest in light technology, often creating eerie, illuminated windowsills; for four days the whole city now becomes a memorable effects. Fête des Lumières canvas. After nightfall there are tricks of the light everywhere, with Despite the crowds, the festival is a restrained, child-friendly event. As visitors wandering around more than 80 installations all over Lyon. shows now run over several days, the number of people is rarely It’s a recent evolution. Until 1999, the festival was only celebrated on overbearing; the density is highest at the opening ceremony in Place that same day, December 8. Perhaps realising the untapped tourist Bellecour. potential of the tradition as well as the fresh technological possibilities, In the relative calm of day, take a little time to wander Lyon, if only as the city authorities extended the celebration to four days. It now a reminder of how impressive the city is, even without technological attracts millions of visitors each year. The festival now vies with Lyon’s aids. At the confluence of two grand rivers, the Saône and the Rhône, famed gastronomy as one of the city’s biggest draws, although it is it was settled by the Romans, who came, saw, conquered, and left still yet to register quite as much among Britons. quite a few traces. Since then the city has also acquired grand «But whatever the installations are, Given the billowing scale, it is perhaps no surprise that the festival’s Neoclassical architecture, Gothic churches and beguiling traboules expect the festival to consume the traditional roots are occasionally overshadowed or tinkered with. I (the city’s ancient narrow passageways that still feel like a secret spoke to Milosh Luczynski, one of the artistic collaborators at the when you see them today) since. whole city once night falls. Its main Saint-Nizier church, an engaging Polish atheist who made no attempt Those shaping their art to these different spaces for the festival are a spaces, from Place des Terreaux diverse bunch, both in nationality and skills. The space-age to conceal his delight at putting a cheeky burst of flames into the light pyrotechnics require a nebulous mix of architectural knowledge, and its fine arts museum to the river show. It would probably have never found favour among those who first put candles on their windowsills in 1852, but nobody present computer wizardry, a flair for choreography and DJing know-how. If bridges, and smaller-scale showed any sign of disapproval. the language occasionally strays into the pretentious – «intermedia- suburban locations, will be given artist» was a personal favourite of the job titles I came across – you cannot fault the sheer, bewitching inventiveness with which they put flamboyant, technicoloured on a show. makeovers with the latest in light It is a trait reminiscent of two previous Lyonnais trailblazers, the Lumière brothers. The pioneering virtuosos of cinema are now technology, often creating eerie, celebrated in an excellent museum in their old family home (see memorable effects.» below). Despite the surname, the link between them and the festival is pure serendipity, but the special effects in Lyon each December seem a natural legacy. Already spectacular, as each year passes the lights of Lyon are only likely to get brighter, with more dazzle than the founders could have dreamed of, and denser (more secular) crowds than they could ever have imagined. Whatever higher powers might make of it from Fourvière hill or beyond, the people certainly approve. Much more detail on the specific installations would be slightly futile; Lyon essentials The Fête des Lumières will take place from December 6 to 9, 2012. For they can change dramatically each year (this year’s theme is the more information on this and last year’s installations, see fetedeslumieres. history of light). Online clips will give a better flavour of what to expect lyon.fr. Footage of previous light shows is available here. than any words. For suggestions on where to eat, see telegraph.co.uk/perfectlyon But whatever the installations are, expect the festival to consume the The Musée Lumière is open Tues to Sun, 10am to 6.30pm (Métro: whole city once night falls. Its main spaces, from Place des Terreaux Monplaisir Lumière; institut-lumiere.org; €6.50/£5.30) 21PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 21 22/01/13 15:28
  • 19. Chosun Ilbo 2 200 000 exemplaires 29 octobre 2012 Corée du Sud Evénement Corée «Interview de François Gaillard et Jean-Michel Daclin sur Lyon et le secteur touristique».22PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 22 22/01/13 15:28
  • 20. Financial Times 290 000 exemplaires 10 novembre 2012 Grande-Bretagne Fête des Lumières «The narrow, cobbled streets of this grand French city are packed. Some three million visitors are expected to attend the 2012 festival over the course of the weekend. It is easy to see why. With or without fancy lighting, Lyon is beautiful.» 23PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 23 22/01/13 15:28
  • 21. The Huffington Post 5,4 millions de visiteurs 1er décembre 2012 par mois Grande-Bretagne Biennale de la danse «I can’t understand why I didn’t visit sooner. Lyon is beautiful... and standing high up on the fourvière Hill, overlooking Vieux Lyon, I’ve genuinely got a lump in my throat.»24PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 24 22/01/13 15:28
  • 22. The Huffington Post 5,4 millions de visiteurs 1er décembre 2012 par mois Grande-Bretagne Biennale de la danse 25PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 25 22/01/13 15:28
  • 23. itar tass Agence de presse 7 décembre 2012 russe Russie Fête des Lumières «A Lyon se déroule un show lumière grandiose, une véritable féérie lumineuse (…) qui remonte à une tradition et qui s’exporte jusqu’à St Petersbourg».26PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 26 22/01/13 15:28
  • 24. Vechernyaya Moskva 300 000 exemplaires 16 décembre 2012 Russie Fête des Lumières «Les beautés secrètes de Lyon. Le Festival est une occasion rêvée de découvrir toutes les richesses de la vieille ville de Lyon ». 27PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 27 22/01/13 15:28
  • 25. Der Spiegel 90 millions de visiteurs 30 décembre 2012 par mois Allemagne Hôtel Dieu «L’hôtel Dieu est un des monuments les plus importants de l’époque des Lumières. Mais cette transformation est bien plus que la rénovation d’un monument emblématique de l’histoire : le quartier, à quelques pas de la Place Bellecour, véritable cœur de la ville va être complètement repensé, pour les habitants comme pour les touristes».28PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 28 22/01/13 15:28
  • 26. Al Bayan 104 550 exemplaires 22 décembre 2012 Emirats Arabes Unis Attractivité économique «Lyon… 2 collines, 2 fleuves et 2000 restaurants animent le berceau du cinéma et la ville de la Fête des Lumières». 29PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 29 22/01/13 15:28
  • 27. Contact presse ONLYLYON Emmanuelle SYSOYEV Tour Oxygène 10-12 Boulevard Vivier Merle 69 393 Lyon Cedex 03 sysoyev@onlylyon.com Tél : +33(0)4 72 40 57 15 / +33(0)6 28 83 83 39PRESSE BOOK ONLY LYON.indd 30 22/01/13 15:29

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