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The event will be held on Nov. 8 at the company’s headquarters in the city and explore the impact of ethics within the workplace in shaping the future society.
The entrepreneur believes current trends are in sync with his brand’s style, and as he reported his company’s solid first-half figures on Wednesday, he said he expected a “particularly positive 2019.”
The eyewear giant has acquired a majority stake in the optical retailer GrandVision, which counts 7,200 stores worldwide.
Speaking at the EssilorLuxottica general assembly in Paris, executive chairman Leonardo Del Vecchio said the recruitment is proving difficult.
The agreement comes ahead of the company’s annual general shareholder meeting on May 16.
Facebook’s founder was seen at the eyewear powerhouse’s plant flanked by the company’s chairman Leonardo Del Vecchio and vice president Luigi Francavilla.
The company flagged strong performances from LensCrafters and Target Optical.
It has named Frank Gentin as the ad hoc agent at the eyewear giant, where top management has been clashing.
The suggestion had been submitted by shareholders to help unblock a deadlock at the world’s largest eyewear company.
The request for arbitration has been deposited at the International Chamber of Commerce “to ascertain violations” to the Essilor and Luxottica merger inked in 2017.
The newly formed eyewear behemoth posted a 1.2 percent pro forma sales decline in the 12-month period.