Pierre Bellon Net Worth

Pierre Bellon, born in Paris, France in 1930, founded Sodexo in 1966. It has since grown to become one of the world's 20 largest employers, with 420,000 people on its payroll and providing services to 75 million people in 80 countries daily. Sodexo caters to the Dakar Road Rally and Royal Ascot horse races, and has provided services for six Olympic games since 1988. In 2011, it bought gourmet food business Lenotre and owns a 90% stake in Yachts de Paris. Bellon stepped down as chief executive in 2005 and his daughter Sophie Bellon replaced him as head of the board in 2016. To keep the company in the family, Bellon's grandchildren and their descendants cannot sell Bellon SA shares to anyone outside the clan until 2058.
Pierre Bellon is a member of Service

Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Day January 24, 1930
Birth Place Paris, France, France
Birth Sign Aquarius
Residence Paris, France
Alma mater HEC Paris
Occupation Chairman and founder, Sodexo
Children 4, including Sophie Bellon

💰 Net worth: $4.7 Billion (2023)

Pierre Bellon, the renowned entrepreneur and founder of Service in France, is projected to possess a staggering net worth of $4.7 billion by 2023. As a visionary leader in the service industry, Bellon has successfully transformed his business into a global empire over the years. His commitment to providing exceptional service and his innovative approach to managing the company have undoubtedly contributed to his remarkable financial success. With an outstanding reputation and proven track record, Pierre Bellon continues to be a prominent figure in the business world and a true inspiration for aspiring entrepreneurs.

2009 $2.2 Billion
2010 $2.2 Billion
2011 $2.9 Billion
2012 $3.4 Billion
2013 $4.1 Billion
2014 $4.6 Billion
2015 $4.5 Billion
2016 $4.4 Billion
2017 $5 Billion
2018 $6.15 Billion

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Bellon joined the Société d'exploitations hôtelières, aériennes, maritimes et terrestres in 1958. He started as a managing assistant, and rose to become CEO of the company.


In 1966, he founded Sodexho SA (renamed Sodexo in 2008). Sodexo supplies a variety of auxiliary services thousands of institutions, including schools, hospitals, retirement centers, corporate and government offices, armed forces, recreational facilities, and correctional institutions. Sodexo is a public traded company on New York and Paris exchanges.


In 1987, he contributed to the creation of the non-profit Association Progrès du Management, which purpose is to focus on the progress of the company through the progress of its Leaders.


Bellon relinquished the group CEO position of Sodexo in 2005, but continued as the chairman of the company until January 2016, when his daughter Sophie Bellon succeeded him as chairman.