The stakeholders of the Petit Magasin met on 23 November at the Souffle du Nord premises in Marcq-en-Barœul for a day of exchange and reflection.
“This is the first time that such a meeting has taken place since the project was launched,” says Pierre, Kiabi’s positive impact business project manager, who managed to bring together the partner organisations (Pacte 59, Pacte 62, La Croix Rouge Insertion, La Sauvegarde du Nord, Vetis, Ulisse, La Remise, Sauvy), the Kiabers involved in the approach and a representative of Grenoble-Alpes Métropole, where two Petits Magasins have been set up this year. A beneficiary and two people on the integration process also agreed to come and share their experiences.
In addition to the pleasure of meeting the actors of the project, the objective was to share the results and challenges of the Petit Magasin and to reflect with them on the means to achieve our ambitions in terms of return to employment, support, ecosystem and integration pathways. “We are planning to open twelve new shops next year and are aiming for a hundred small shops by 2030, with 1,100,000 beneficiary families and 170 dynamic exits on the integration pathway,” says Pierre.