Bob Oré Abitbol
Publisher for five years of Acapulco Magazine and Las Brisas Magazine, two upscale publications, Bob Oré is very familiar with the magazine industry. He is also a passionate writer and the author of three books "Le gout des confitures" (1987) "Les Faucons de Mogador"(1995) and "Café Prag"(2007) as well as many plays already produced. He is also the editor and publisher of "Beyond the limits of Men" a book about the famous sculptor Pal Kepenyes. Bob Oré spent 22 years in Canada as Oré International taking the fashion industry by storm. The exclusive importer and distributor of Cacharel, Lanvin, Cardin, Hermés and many more luxury brands, he was the pioneer of the luxury fashion scene and opened a 22 boutique chain before moving to Mexico.
From 1989 to 1999, Mr. Oré lived in Acapulco and Mexico City where he founded a Public Relations Communications and Marketing group and served as Special Advisor to both the Governor of the State of Guerrero, Mexico and the minister of Tourism.
In 2000 Mr. Oré, a Renaissance Man, moved to the US where he opened Chad Communications (USA) representing different companies and publishing numerous high end books. He owns a cirque (www.cirqueos.com) in the tradition of Cirque du Soleil and operates an Art Gallery in Beverly Hills.
His next publications include a book "Kaos" by Pal Kepenyes the renown Hungarian Mexican artist and "Prophets and Assassins" a multi media book together with Chris Butler who provided the art.