Jean-Christophe Repon re-elected for a second term as head of Capeb
The master craftsman electrician based in the Var, who is also vice-president of the U2P (Union of local businesses), holds a CAP which he completed as an apprentice in the family business. A member of Capeb since 1995, he was also president of the departmental branch, then of the branch Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur of the confederation, before being elected to the national presidency in 2020.
The building craftsmen “essential” in the ecological transition
“I am very happy and proud to pursue the mission that has been mine for three years. Craft building companies are essential in our ability to respond to the environmental, societal and economic challenges we face”reacted Jean-Christophe Repon. “They know how to adapt but their resilience is tested by an uncertain economic context which constrains their activity. I will work to support them so that they can exercise their profession serenely”added the one who was also a top athlete and French rugby champion in 1991-1992 with RC Toulon.
At the same time, four new elected members joined the board of directors of Capeb. Joint collaborator of a masonry company in Eure-et-Loir, Cécile Melaine is also vice-president of the departmental branch and administrator of the U2P Centre-Val de Loire. Jean-Sébastien Nonque is also mason in Dijon and chairs the Capeb Côte-d’Or, while sitting on the Chamber of Trades and Crafts of Burgundy-Franche-Comté.
Based in Morbihan, Yann Danion is a plasterer, member of the national team of professional advisers for plaster and insulation trades and techniques, and secretary of the local office. Finally, Marc Lagouarre exercises his profession as a mason in Montauban, in parallel with his positions as first vice-president of Capeb Tarn-et-Garonne, and administrator of Capeb Occitanie.