With a small catalog, the couple participates in the first Maison & Objet trade show in Paris.
In the early 2000s, Denis returns to creation and imagines a new knife, the Styl'ver®, whose name and shape, inspired by the hand palm, will be commended by the profession.
He will further expand its range by creating pocket knives and kitchen knives.
The brand strengthens its team, extends its territory to all France and is also developing internationally.
The company welcomes the third generation in the following decade.
The daughter of Denis and Christine, Magali, starts commercial studies with the aim of taking over the family business. She helps them to develop internationally by participating in foreign trade shows.
In 2011, caught by the family aspiration, Vincent Soucille, Magali’s husband, takes the commercial development of the company.
He will be joined in 2017 by Magali who takes over from his father and becomes President of Etablissements GOYON-CHAZEAU.
The aim? Make the family business a national and international must-have reference of the made in France knives quality!