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EMISSION D’OBLIGATIONS CONVERTIBLES ET/OU ECHANGEABLES EN ACTIONS NOUVELLES OU EXISTANTES PAR MAISONS DU MONDE

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EMISSION D’OBLIGATIONS CONVERTIBLES ET/OU ECHANGEABLES EN ACTIONS NOUVELLES OU EXISTANTES PAR MAISONS DU MONDE

Les pages suivantes contiennent des informations relatives à l’émission par Maisons du Monde SA (« la Société ») d’obligations (les « Obligations ») convertibles et/ou échangeables en actions nouvelles ou existantes de la Société (les « Actions »), qui fera l’objet d’un placement privé en France et/ou hors de France (à l’exception des États-Unis d’Amérique, du Canada, de l’Australie et du Japon) auprès d’investisseurs qualifiés uniquement conformément aux dispositions de l’article L. 411-2 II du Code monétaire et financier. Les Obligations ne feront l’objet d’aucune offre au public dans un quelconque pays (y compris la France).

Ce site internet et les informations qui y figurent ne sont pas destinés et ne doivent pas être consultés par, ni distribués ou envoyés à des personnes résidant ou physiquement présentes aux États-Unis d’Amérique (incluant leurs territoires, ci-après les « États-Unis »), au Canada, au Japon ou en Australie et ne constituent pas une offre de vente ou de souscription, ni une sollicitation d’offres d’achat ou de souscription portant sur les Obligations, les Actions ou tout autre titre financier de la Société, aux États-Unis, au Canada, au Japon ou en Australie. Les Obligations, les Actions ou tout autre titre financier émis par Société et dont il est fait référence sur ce site internet n’ont pas été et ne seront pas enregistrés conformément au U.S. Securities Act de 1933, tel qu’amendé (le « U.S. Securities Act ») et ne peuvent être offerts ni cédés aux États-Unis sans enregistrement ou exemption d’enregistrement conformément au U.S. Securities Act.

Toute personne résidant hors de France et hors des États-Unis, du Canada, du Japon et de l’Australie, souhaitant avoir accès aux documents contenus sur ce site devra tout d’abord s’assurer qu’il n’existe pas de lois et règlements locaux lui interdisant ou limitant son droit d’accéder à ce site internet ou requérant un enregistrement ou une autorisation aux fins de lui permettre d’acquérir des titres. Aucun enregistrement ou autorisation de ce type ne sera demandé, y compris en France. La Société décline toute responsabilité en cas de violation de la législation et de la règlementation applicable par quelque personne que ce soit.

Je certifie par conséquent que :

  • Je ne suis pas résident ou physiquement présent aux États-Unis, au Canada, au Japon ou en Australie
  • Si je suis résident ou physiquement présent dans un État Membre de l’Espace Économique Européen ayant transposé la Directive Prospectus 2003/71/CE, je suis un investisseur qualifié au sens de la Directive Prospectus 2003/71/CE, telle qu’amendée
  • Je suis autorisé par la loi ou la règlementation applicable à accéder à ces informations
  • J’ai lu et compris cet avertissement, certifie l’exactitude des déclarations ci-dessus et m’engage à respecter toutes les conditions mentionnées ci-dessus

Maisons du Monde commits to the climate!

Since the setting up of the company’s first carbon balance in 2010, Maisons du Monde has pursued and intensified its initiatives designed to manage its carbon impact in keeping with its challenges. Thanks to the mobilisation of the Group’s main business lines and an ambitious energy consumption monitoring programme, the initial results are promising at the halfway mark of the Group’s 2016-2020 CSR plan.
A plan to reduce direct emissions

In its first CSR plan, Maisons du Monde committed to a programme to lower its “direct” carbon footprint (Scope 1 & 2) in order to reduce greenhouse gases based on the following objectives:

  • 25% reduction in the energy intensity of stores and warehouses (kWh/m²)
  • 40% reduction in the carbon intensity of direct activities (kgCO2eq/m²)

 

Since 2016, the reduction of energy consumption at stores and warehouses, the purchase of renewable energy, and the optimisation of the transport of goods have contributed to achieving these goals.

 

  • All the new stores opened have undergone renovation or maintenance and are now equipped with LED lighting, namely 103 stores equipped in the existing pool (as at 31 December 2018).
  • 89% of stores are powered by energy from renewable sources, thanks to the signature of new electricity supply contracts for the brand’s French, Italian, and Spanish stores.
  • Finally, each year, 12,000 tons of goods are transported by train between the warehouses and logistics centres in the Paris region.

Thanks to these actions, energy consumption was reduced by 17% in intensity between 2016 and 2018. “Direct” greenhouse gas emissions have been reduced by 50% in total value thanks to the subscription of renewable energy supply contracts.

LED lamp and light bulbs
A coordinated and recognised performance

 

To support the coordination of the climate strategy, in 2017, the Group took part in  the testing of the ACT (Assessing Low Carbon Transition) evaluation method by ADEME (French Environment and Energy Management Agency) and the CDP, designed to evaluate the strategy of companies in light of scientific data and the efforts to be implemented in order to achieve the objectives of the Paris Agreement. Maisons du Monde’s commitment to the Group’s fight against climate change contributed to obtaining an A- rating in the CDP’s questionnaire. 

Wood traced furniture with QR Code
250 CSR reference people, vectors for the Group’s commitment

 

The actions designed to control in-store energy consumption are accompanied by improved coordination at the actual stores. At each retail outlet, a CSR reference person is in charge of disseminating good practices for managing energy consumption among teams and setting up actions to reduce the store’s everyday carbon footprint.

CSR ambassador badge

At the moment, support the API’UP association with the Arrondi Round up operation at all Maisons du Monde stores in France!

Since May 13th, the API’UP association benefits from all the micro donations made via the Arrondi Round up mechanism for its project “From Waste to Design: training people in difficulty to create new objects in wood“

In 2016, API’UP was among the very first associations supported by the first selection committee of the Maisons du Monde Foundation. In 2019, the Foundation renewed this partnership for an additional 3 years! Following the “staff favourites” vote, the API’UP project was chosen to be presented to customers at French stores via the Arrondi Round up operation. Thus, API’UP benefits from the visibility brought by the ARRONDI operation and customer generosity: about one customer out of every two participates in the solidarity Arrondi Round up operation at Maisons du Monde.

API’UP is an association that works to support people in great professional and social difficulty towards employment (long-term unemployment, isolation, etc.). For this, the association has formed an integration work project, the aim of which is to help people in need going back to work by training them in the recycling of waste, including wood.

Person sawing wood

In 2016, the Foundation financed the purchase of equipment for the “From Waste to Design” workshop. The star product produced at this workshop is the “LEXI” unit, made entirely from solid wood waste.

In 2019, the Maisons du Monde Foundation has renewed its partnership with API’UP to allow them to:

  • Extend the materials used to leather and textile
  • Conduct research work in order to create new materials from recycled materials!

Thanks to the generosity of customers, the sums collected with the Arrondi Round up operation will finance:

  • The team in charge of the design and research and development of new products.
  • The purchase of equipment to launch the MATERIA 4.0 programme: the aim is to process even more waste such as leather, fabric, and chipboard furniture in order to make new objects.
Person sawing wood
Thank you!

Thanks to the generosity of customers, the GERES association received more than €60,000 that will allow them to help local populations in Cambodia to restore their forest and raise their awareness about responsible methods of managing them.

Thank you for supporting the GERES association with the Arrondi Round up operation at all Maisons du Monde stores in France!

From the 21st of February to the 13th of May, the GERES association has benefited from all the micro-donations collected via the Arrondi Round up operation for their project which aims to restore damaged forests in Cambodia with local populations.

Selected during the 2018 call for projects by the Maisons du Monde Foundation, GERES (Groupe Énergies Renouvelables, Environnement et Solidarités) is the new association presented to customers at French stores via the Arrondi Round up operation. GERES has benefited from the visibility brought by the Arrondi operation and customer generosity: about one customer out of every two participates in the solidarity Arrondi Round up operation at Maisons du Monde.

 

GERES is a development NGO specialising in sustainable energy and environmental protection. In Cambodia, it intervenes in a country where the rate of deforestation is one of the highest in South-East Asia. Located in one of the richest biodiversity reservoirs in the country, the project supported by the Maisons du Monde Foundation has a dual challenge: to restore forestry ecosystems and promote the sustainable management of natural resources.

GERES'meeting in Cambodia

The association supports local populations in restoring their forests whilst also raising their awareness about the resources responsible for their exploitation. In particular, the GERES teams help them to develop income-generating activities based on sustainable forestry management practices.

Thanks to the generosity of customers, the sums collected with the Arrondi Round up operation will help to:

  • Deploy forestry restoration activities and investment in the area’s natural capital
  • Raise awareness and train local populations in forestry activities
  • Develop buffer zones via community market gardens and, thus, offer revenue for communities
  • Set up partnerships with the textile industry, which is partially responsible for the country’s deforestation, in order to develop lasting economic models such as, for example, the production of bamboo incense.
Forest in Cambodia

Thank you!

Thanks to the generosity of customers, the GERES association received more than €60,000 that will allow them to help local populations in Cambodia to restore their forest and raise their awareness about responsible methods of managing them.

Third edition of the Maisons de Monde Sustainable Creation Awards: discover the 10 students that have been pre-selected

The jury of the Maisons du Monde Sustainable Creation Awards met on 13 March 2019 to analyse the projects of the students or young graduates from design, fashion and art schools. The projects most in line with eco-design criteria that were the closest to the Maisons du Monde style were pre-selected.

In partnership with Marie-Claire Idées, the eco-organisations Eco-mobilier and Eco-TLC, the association FSC France, the life cycle analysis consultants EVEA, and with the participation of the ADEME and the Nicolas Hulot Foundation, these Awards aim to promote you talent of the future, commit to changing behaviour by raising awareness of eco-design, include the sustainable management of wood at the heart of the product offering and identify sustainable products with a view to selling them.

Poster of the Maisons de Monde Sustainable Creation Awards 2019 + Scheme of the product's life cycle
The nominees are...

47 students took part in the third edition of the Awards, representing 13 design, fashion, and art schools from all over France. They presented eco-design furniture or decorative accessory projects. The students show great creativity to reduce impacts on the environment, without overlooking style!

The jury selected 10 projects in the “furniture” category and the “decoration” category/ At each step in the product’s life cycle, the students showed great ingenuity by proposing innovative uses (double functionality, lifespan, etc.), sustainable sources (FSC® certified wood, recycled materials, etc.) or simple assembly methods for users.

2019 Maisons de Monde Sustainable Creation Awards' themes

The students were competing for four awards:

  • “Furniture” award
  • “Decoration” award
  • FSC® Award when the product contains more than 50% of FSC® certified wood which meets the challenges of sustainable forest management
  • “Like it” public award
“Like it” contest on Facebook

From 1 to 30 April 2019, the 10 pre-selected projects will be presented on Facebook in the frame of the “Like it” public award. Web users are asked to vote for their favourite project by liking the student’s photo. The winner will receive a €500 gift voucher for FSC® certified Maisons du Monde furniture.

All the winners will be revealed next October in Paris at the official award ceremony attended by the project’s partners and design experts. Prototypes of the “furniture” and “decoration” projects will be presented to the participants.

Vote for your favourite project here!

Student projects for the 2019 Maisons de Monde Sustainable Creation Awards

Discover the 10 student projects:

Complete rules here.