A new organisation
The Group’s strategy will reflect in a three-tiered organisation structure to meet our ambitions.
The “Union of cooperatives”, encompassing the Group’s long-standing businesses and the allocated resources. Acting as the Group’s parent company, it manages the interests of members and sets out strategic directions. Governance is exclusively by representatives of member cooperatives.
The main holding company, “InVivo Group”, responsible for corporate and brand functions and forming the dividing line between activities inherent to the Union of cooperatives and economic activities.
Business-line subsidiaries/holding companies, bringing together all the Group’s economic activities corresponding to the laws of the markets in which they are based. Each business-line subsidiary/holding company establishes and rolls out its own strategy in respect of Group strategy.
An adapted model of governance
InVivo policy directions are established by a board of directors. Day-to-day business management is ensured by an executive committee, flanked by operational and functional departments.
The board is made up of 27 members : 26 cooperating partners and one no cooperating partner.
The monitoring committees review the key points of the activity concerned, its economic and financial performance, areas requiring further investigation.
The management team consists of an executive commitee (Comex) and a management commitee.
The Executive Committee monitos the performance and results of the different divisions and oversees strategic projects
The management commitee coordinates the management of activities, tools and employees.
Philippe Mangin, chairman of InVivo (left) and Jérôme Calleau, deputy chairman of InVivo (right).
The board of directors, which leads by the principles of Complementarity, Engagement and Loyalty - CEL- conducts a coherent, aligned and interdependent activity.
Representative of all the member cooperatives, the Board of Directors determines the group's strategic direction.
It has 27 members: 26 member cooperatives and a non-cooperative associate.
192 cooperatives meet at an annual general assembly to elect the members of the board of directors.