Public Relations, Marketing and Events
Jean-François Dor gets people together and makes it happen.
He has contacts globally for business, public and social events.
Friday, January 13, 2017
FOR HISTORIC MOTORSPORT INTERNATIONAL AT LONDON CLASSIC CAR SHOW, EXCEL, E16 1XL ON THURSDAY, 23RD OR FRIDAY, 24TH FEBRUARY 2017
Join us in London
Normally Second Sunday of every month
You are invited to attend Historic Motorsport International
Historic Motorsport International (HMI) is an exciting new event celebrating historic motorsport, showcasing this exciting sector and bringing the historic competition scene together pre-season. Being opened by the world's greatest all-rounder racing driver, Jacky Ickx, Historic Motorsport International is the must attend event for the historic motorsport community in February. See stunning historic race and rally cars up close, including many for sale, find leading preparers and restorers and get the heads up on next year's championships so you can start planning the coming season. Get inspiration from an impressive speaker line up in the Supagard Theatre plus, HMI ticket holders will gain free admission to The London Classic Car Show! Historic Motorsport International takes place at ExCeL London from 23-26 February 2017.
Once the form is completed, an e-ticket will be emailed to the email address you have provided; usually within half an hour of you submitting the form. If you do not receive the ticket please first check your spam box and if it still hasn't appeared, please email firstname.lastname@example.org detailing the email address you provided in the form. Please note that a separate email address is required per ticket request.
Complimentary tickets are for Thursday 23rd and Friday 24th February 2017 only and subject to availability.
It would be most helpful if you could just drop me a line if you are taking up this offer as I can then give the list of names to Michael and Darren, so that they will expect to see you on the Club stand.
After a degree in economic and social studies, Jean-Francois did Hotel School management to the highest level in his native Belgium when he first started managing his Officer's Mess in the centre of Brussels, worked in Comme Chez Soi and Villa Lorraine (3 Michelin stars) before coming to Le Gavroche and worked with the Roux Brothers for several years going through the Waterside Inn and the Restaurants and various contracts in the City working for several high profile banks. He started a conference centre, tea room, restaurant out of an old stable block in the Country before returning to London, had a spell at managing catering of a hotel before being head hunted for the RS Hispaniola where he stayed for 11 years as a partner to the then owner, consultant to a group of nine restaurants and 3 hotels. He started Jean-Francois Dor Events in 2003 when he left, is a consultant in Hotel and Catering businesses, Chairs various social and charitable committees. Jean-Francois belongs to various Clubs, Societies and Liveries.