Category: Issue 10

Living Tomorrow

Living Tomorrow

After almost two years of economic uncertainty, the time has come to look to the future. Two lockdowns, the closure of local and global borders and the uncertainties that have resulted from this unique situation have not dampened our spirits. We have redoubled our efforts to prepare for what comes next, while maintaining unshakeable confidence…

The many facets of sustainability at Rogers

The many facets of sustainability at Rogers

Rogers’ social, environmental, and economic commitment is not new. For years, the group’s strong sustainability policy and the foundation’s support for various Non-Governmental organisations (NGOs) has demonstrated the Rogers group’s Towards carbon neutrality Taking action on climate change means acting with our common future in mind. To this end, Rogers joined the Science Based Targets…

Ascensia: reinventing the local shopping experience

Ascensia: reinventing the local shopping experience

Ascencia’s shopping malls offer visitors a unique shopping experience. Pleasant, practical, and secure, over time these malls have become gathering, cultural, and entertainment destinations, consequently capturing the hearts of Mauritians. However, instead of resting on its laurels, Ascencia constantly looks for ways to improve the customer experience and continues to implement new initiatives in an…

Inspired hospitality

Inspired hospitality Feature Story | Rogers Hospitality | Inspired Hospitality

“To travel without meeting others is not to travel, it is to move.” This quote from French explorer Alexandra David-Néel fits Rogers Hospitality like a glove. For us, hospitality means reaching out to others. It means sharing unique experiences, fostering meaningful encounters – with an island and its own rhythm. Its landscapes, its men and…

A strategic merger to enhance customer experience

A strategic merger to enhance customer experience Thierry Montocchio, CEO of Rogers Hospitality

Island Living and Veranda Leisure and Hospitality (VLH), respectively the leisure and hospitality divisions of the Rogers Group, are now a single entity called ‘Rogers Hospitality’. What are the reasons for this merger and what is at stake? Thierry Montocchio, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Rogers Hospitality, explains. How did this “marriage” between Island…

Creating the unforgettable

Creating the unforgettable

A new logo means new branding. Rogers Hospitality is no exception to this rule. The group’s identity is built around a firm promise: “Together, let’s create exceptional moments”. Axelle Mazery, Chief Communication Officer, explains: “Hospitality is an important value for us. It goes beyond how we welcome or serve our guests. It is a vocation,…

Bel Ombre. Lamer. Later. Lavi. Transforming a territory into a brand

Bel Ombre. Lamer. Later. Lavi. Transforming a territory into a brand

Nature rules and life thrives in Bel Ombre. The region is proud of its history and values, as well as its commitments and ambitions, reflected in its reinvention under a territorial brand, “Lamer. Later. Lavi.” (Sea. Land. Life.), envisioned as a vibrant tribute to its countless treasures. A vast natural heritage The Bel Ombre lagoon epitomises the conservation efforts carried…

Drawing the future of Bel Ombre!

Drawing the future of Bel Ombre! Drawing the future of Bel Ombre!

A rich playground of ideas, set against a vast and diverse terrain, Bel Ombre aims to become a resilient region, and a hotspot for ecotourism. Based on three main pillars, “Lamer. Later. Lavi.” (Sea. Land. Life.), the region’s ambitious manifesto offers a compelling overview of its aspiration to provide a sustainable future for all. Sea….

A positive impact on the region

A positive impact on the region A positive impact on the region

Rogers is committed to developing the Bel Ombre region through its umbrella brand. There are three key dimensions to achieving a positive impact and inclusive growth. #1 Empowerment through learning Awareness, training, and employment are the three watchwords that form the motto of Bel Ombre. The Rogers Group employs 20% of the region’s labour force…

The Black River Gorges Bel Ombre Biosphere: a UNESCO gem

The Black River Gorges Bel Ombre Biosphere: a UNESCO gem

Since 1977, our island is the proud custodian of a UNESCO-recognised Biosphere Reserve. Stretching over 8,582 hectares, the Black River Gorges- Bel Ombre (formerly Macchabée-Bel Ombre) biosphere reserve harbours the last few remnants of Mauritius’ native plant species and is one of the island’s largest carbon sinks. This green oasis aims at bringing together biodiversity…

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