Babilou Family has been selected in the 2023 edition of the Institut Choiseul ranking.


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Babilou Family listed in the #ChoiseulConquérants study as one of the 200 companies in France  that actively contribute to the country's economic dynamics.

In 2023 edition Babilou Family was selected in " Human Capital Advocates"

Human capital is at the heart of the identity of mid-sized companies, which are characterized by strong social cohesion and a family business culture. A crucible of economic inclusion in the regions in which they operate, ETIs today account for almost a quarter of salaried employment, and are proving to be a driving force in inventing new methods of training, working and sharing value. By bringing new talent to the fore, these companies have succeeded in combining employment and inclusion, a crucial ethical challenge and a springboard for competitiveness, recruitment and loyalty.


The Choiseul Conquerors is a study conducted by the Choiseul Institute that identifies 200 companies involved in a dynamic of conquest in their economic market.
The Choiseul Conquérants highlights the companies that are between the start-up nation  and the CAC 40 companies. Innovative, these mid-sized companies are the engines of agile growth and contribute to the resilience of French economy.  They are local, family-owned and often family-operated.
They are the lifeblood of entire industries and are key to value chains. They maintain and develop invaluable industrial know-how and spearhead the of reindustrialization by the territories. With a strong international presence, the companies are the ambassadors of French excellence. These conquering companies are the jewels of the country's economic.
To carry out this ambitious and unique study, the Institut Choiseul called on numerous experts and and screened several hundred companies in order to establish a ranking that respects the major sectoral balances and the representation of territories, with all regions of metropolitan France represented.