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Soixante-Trois Industries was founded in 1963 (and named for that year) in Paris by the French entrepreneur Henri Masson, after he discovered that he was to become a father. Originally just a distribution firm for electronic goods such as record players and telephones, Soixante-Trois eventually grew to become a manufacturer of electronic goods, and acquired several smaller businesses. By the time Henri Masson retired in 1994, Soixante-Trois Industries had expanded into three neighbouring countries, and Masson himself had a personal fortune of over ten billion French francs (roughly 1.5 billion euros in 2016 money). Henri was succeeded as CEO and chairman of Soixante-Trois Industries by his son, Antoine Masson.
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- Soixante-Trois Industries is loosely based on the British company Virgin Group, and they share some similarities, such as the operation of an airline and the way the CEO engages with the public.
- The name of the company is a play on Rule 63 of the internet, which states that for every given male character, there is a female version of that character.