Paris 20 Avenue De L'Opera Paris, France, 75001
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Paris Office

Isabelle Dejeux

Directeur Associé France

Isabelle brings more than 25 years of experience in consumer, corporate, public affairs, digital and crisis management to Allison+Partners. As a co-founder of the French offices, she oversees team management, business development, PR strategy and activities for a portfolio of clients. She also leads the European team dedicated to supporting our international clients about upcoming Brexit negotiations and consequences. Isabelle previously launched her own boutique PR agency, growing the business to more than €1 Million in revenue before she sold it to Nouveau Monde DDB Group in order to expand internationally. In addition to launching the first digital PR programs for brands such as Michelin, Teisseire and Picard, Isabelle has also led programs for such diverse clients as United Technologies, Zayed Future Energy PrizeAbu Dhabi Investment Authority, Torino, Starbucks France, the City of Lyon, SNCF and Lyon University.



20 Avenue De L'Opera

One of the most beautiful and visited capitals in the world, Paris is an emblematic and romantic city. Paris has been shedding its traditional image lately and embracing new trends in culture, art, and yes, even food. Entrepreneurs have started to take a global view, creating exciting new ventures that promise to bring the City of Light back onto the world stage of innovation. Our bilingual team helps clients such as: Zayed Future Energy Prize, UL and Schoeller Allibert, meet their communications objectives at home and abroad, while simultaneously connecting global brands with audiences in the region. Whether launching a new product, navigating issues and legislation or building and managing reputations, our team leverages their deep expertise in consumer PR, global corporate communications, public affairs, digital and crisis management to achieve results that have a business impact.  


  • What food is most associated with your city? All French gastronomy…but also Macarons.
  • What do you love most about your city? Everything… except snobby Parisians!
  • Is your city known for any famous movies? An American in Paris, Moulin Rouge, Midnight in Paris, The Da Vinci Code, Taken and countless others.


Hours in Paris 

Paris has a thousand faces and so many ways to be discovered. Twenty-four hours are not enough to allow you to know all of its secrets. Follow us on a rhythmic and enchanted visit through Paris, hour by hour:

  • 8h: An appointment is set at Zebra Square, close to Alma Bridge and the Eiffel Tower. Go to the main coffee restaurant, “Maison de la Radio" (French public service radio), a mecca for media influencers in France. Enjoy a Parisian breakfast with a panorama of many French audiovisual personalities.
  • 9h: It is time to enjoy the cultural riches that the city offers. In Palais-Royal you’ll see Comedie Française and the garden of Colonnes de Buren. Also, a visit to the Louvre Museum will offer a timeless journey through culture and the arts.
  • 12h: Lunch at Café Marly. This chic brasserie is conveniently located under the arcades facing the Cour Napoléon and its glass pyramid. There you will discover the pleasures of contemporary gastronomy.
  • 13:30h: Let’s walk through the streets. This is an opportunity for you to wander in Montmartre and climb the steps of Basilique du Sacré-Coeur. From the Eiffel Tower, you‘ll discover a breathtaking view of the city. Or, visit the wonderful Musée du Quai Branly, built by French architect Jean Nouvel. And don’t forget to go through the department stores for shopping. Luxury brands are located in Avenue Montaigne and fashion brands can be found in Galeries Lafayette, Printemps or Bon Marché.
  • 19h: Time to enjoy a drink with friends! Try Bistro, located in Marche Quai Saint Honoré, which is a lovely wine bar. You can also go to the Montorgueil district to the Experimental Cocktail Club. As its name suggests, this cocktail bar creates fascinating mixes. Enjoy a cocktail crafted for you according to your humor and your tastes.
  • 20h: Located on the Champs- Elysées, Joël Robuchon, the most starred chef in the world, has opened a new workshop. L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon celebrates refined French cuisine with seasonal produce and market days.
  • 23h: Have one last drink on the terrace of the Shangri-La Hotel, opposite the Eiffel Tower which sparkles every hour for five minutes. Finish the day by admiring the "City of Light" in all of its splendor.