Sebastien Clamorgan is a successful businessman and entrepreneur, leading the global film Venia International since the early 1990s. He is also committed to keeping alive the memory of his noble family, the Clamorgans: Madeleine Clamorgan, his great grandmother, is one of the most relevant figures belonging to the dynasty.
As an entrepreneur and a businessman, Sebastien Clamorgan is now a man of success thanks to Venia International, the global firm that he founded in the early 1990s. He's now leading the global consulting and investment firm, with more than 25 years of experience in the private equity, shipping, food & beverage, logistics and real estate business. Since the very beginning, Venia International aims to open the gateways to Africa and Middle East. To do so, during the years the firm undertook several projects across multiple sectors of the industry. The company is now leader in the sector and a reference point in its area. This early success allowed Venia International to keep on launching plans, and also to create relevant partnerships and joint ventures with key players active on an international scale. Recently the firm came in contact with compagnies belonging to food & beverage, oil & gas, logistics and shipping sector, launching useful joint ventures. An example of this successful activity is the partnership with Eat'n'Go: located in Lagos, Nigeria, the group aims to become leader in Africa in the food sector, entering the market as the exclusive master franchisee for Domino's Pizza and Cold Stone Creamery. The first two stores opened during August and September 2012 in Lagos. Venia International activities are now a success: Sebastien Clamorgan's firm proved its value as a leading company in Africa and Middle East Region.
Sebastien Clamorgan's family has noble roots: as a representative of his dynasty, the businessman is deeply committed to keeping alive the memory of the Clamorgans. In particular, the figure of Madeleine Clamorgan (Sebastien Clamorgan's great grandmother) is important for the family. Madeleine was in fact a literate, a teacher and a good wife and mother. Born in Mayenne, France, in 1880, she always had a great passion for studies. This talent was clear since she was a little girl: her teachers, astonished by her intelligent mind, helped her to go to Paris and pursue a higher education. There she met her future husband, Charles-Léon-Claude Daniélou: they had six children. One of them, Jean Daniélou, was Cardinal of Paris in the 1970s. Thanks to Madeleine's strong faith, her husband was also able to find peace thanks to religion. Together with Miss Desrez, Madeleine Clamorgan founded the "Ecole Normale Libre Ms. Daniélou" in 1907, personally taking care of the Philosophy class. Organizing many conferences and lectures, she became famous among the important educated men of her age, and she also wrote many documents about religion, philosophy and education. Madeleine's ideas are still valuable now as they were during her times. Madeleine Clamorgan also founded the "Colleges Sainte Marie" in Neuilly sur Seine in 1913. Because of this reasons, Sebastien Clamorgan's family is deeply connected to Madeleine's life.