Born Entrepreneur, I'm a doer who doesn't count on luck, but rather believes in action and consistency. I've worked in the Internet for more than 20 years now, and I'm hungrier than ever
I've founded with my friend Stephane Menoret
a Social Media Management & Marketing Agency
, called Digidust
. We have operated in France and in the United States, since 2011. We have created dozens of successful social media strategies for Fortune 500, brands, celebrities, politicians and more... and also designed more than a hundred iPhone and Android apps
, tons of websites.
We have always been considered as "Social Media Marketers who understand technology and keep in mind the big picture"
and I kind of like that definition of who we really are.
We use the most advanced technologies every day for marketing purpose because we are digital native and we don't even know another way. By mastering APIs and Social Media platforms, we can bring our clients the power to do much more with less. We target millions of people who will actually love our clients but just don't know it yet. We get them the most important asset in the world: people's attention. So they can engage them, and generate sales.
Meanwhile and because I think this industry is broken
and needs to be reinvented, I've invested in a rugby agency founded years ago by Damien Dussault
. We rebranded it into Digidust Sport
in 2016, and then started delivering the vision we have for this business. Our agents manage 100+ professional rugby players' careers, in France, the United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa, Italy and in the United States. There is still much more to be done here
. I serve this promising company as President.
From time to time, I advise and coach professional athletes, politicians and C-level executives for their personal branding and marketing. Once in a while, I speak at seminars and conferences, about social media and the amazing opportunities they have to offer entrepreneurs, brands and celebrities.
I have invested in 25+ startups in the last 15 years. Doing so, I had tons of successes, a decent amount of failures and I'm grateful for each of them because they have contributed to building who I am.
My most successful company is the next one.