• Lagardère Services wins two major tenders to operate 25 stores at Warsaw Airport (Poland).
  • Lagardère Entertainment acquires Groupe Réservoir (Réservoir Prod).
  • Lagardère Unlimited acquires the celebrated Casino de Paris performance venue.
  • Hachette UK acquires publishing houses Constable & Robinson and Quercus.
  • Lagardère Services finalizes the acquisition of the Italian food services group Airest.
  • Hachette Book Group and Amazon announce the signing of a multi-year agreement concerning the marketing of e-books and printed books in the United States.
  • Lagardère Unlimited organises the first edition of the BNP Paribas WTA Finals tennis tournament presented by SC Global in Singapore.
  • Lagardère Active completes the acquisition of France Télévisions’ shares in Gulli.
  • Launch of Gulli Africa and Europe 1 Plus.
  • Lagardère Studios (formerly Lagardère Entertainment) acquires the Spanish audiovisual production group Grupo Boomerang TV and makes its partnership with the platform Diffa (International Distribution of Films and Fiction from Africa) official.
  • The Confederation of African Football (CAF) and Lagardère Sports and Entertainment renew their partnership agreement, including the principle tournaments organized by the CAF, for a period of 12 years (2017-2028).
  • Lagardère Services is renamed Lagardère Travel Retail.
  • Éditions JC Lattès publishes the fourth volume of E L James’s Fifty Shades of Grey saga.
  • Lagardère Travel Retail signs an agreement on the acquisition of Paradies, a leading Travel Retailer present in over 76 airports in North America.
  • Lagardère Sports and Entertainment (formerly Lagardère Unlimited) acquires the Bataclan theater.
  • Éditions Albert René publishes Asterix and the Missing Scroll, the 36th Asterix comic book.
  • Lagardère Sports strengthens its consulting business through the acquisition of Sponsorship 360 (France) and Rooftop2 Productions (United States).
  • Lagardère Publishing acquires US publishing group Perseus, together with UK-based Neon Play and Brainbow, specialists in mobile applications.
  • Lagardère Studios launches Imagissime, a production company specialising in documentaries; Lagardère Active launches Elle Girl TV.
  • Lagardère Travel Retail opens Aelia Duty Free stores at London Luton airport (United Kingdom) and in the new Avancorpo terminal at Fiumcino airport in Rome (Italy).
  • Lagardère Travel Retail wins several concessions in the United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi airport) and in Saudi Arabia (King Khaled airport in Riyadh, King Fahd airport in Dammam and King Abdulaziz airport in Jeddah).
  • Lagardère Active Radio International establishes itself in Cambodia by acquiring 49% of the capital of LVMG, the owner of two radio networks.
  • During the UEFA Euro 2016 tournament in France, Lagardère Sports creates the first ISO 20121 certified fan zone (international standard for environmentally responsible event management).
  • Lagardère Sports brokers a title sponsorship deal with Total for the Confédération Africaine de Football's (CAF) ten principal competitions as well as Orange's new eight-year partnership as an official sponsor of CAF.
  • Little, Brown Book Group publishes Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany in the United Kingdom and throughout the Commonwealth.
  • In the United States, Lagardère Publishing launches a new programme to verify the fibres used for its paper. The programme is progressively extended to all Lagardère Publishing entities.