France: Businessman Guillaume Mulliez dies in avalanche

Guillaume Mulliez, a member of the famous northern family of Mullies entrepreneurs, died in an avalanche in Modena in Savoy, BFMTV reported.

He was out with a group of six, of whom five others escaped unharmed. According to France Bleu Savoie, a 300-meter-long glacier broke away from the massif.

At the age of 61, Guillaume Mullies started his career at the builder founded by his great grandfather. He worked in America, again in France, and then chose to settle in Rhône-Alpes.

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“A brilliant entrepreneur”

He worked at Entreprendre Networks, took over Serg Finance and founded DIMO Software in 1995, which provides solutions for computer systems. He was also the president of the “60,000 Rebounds” association, which helps struggling entrepreneurs.

The association expressed its condolences on social networks: “Taken to the mountains, in his favorite environment, he may have occupied the position of president of the National Federation of “60,000 Rebounds” that unites ten regional associations since 2016. We read on the association’s official Facebook page. “Since his inauguration, to create “60,000 Rebounds” He worked tirelessly and spared no effort to support entrepreneurs in liquidation, and he could cross France to attend the monthly meeting. »

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