I’m French, born in Franche-Comté in the east of France. When I was 6 years old my family moved to the UK for few years. I got my uniform, learned ‘God Save The Queen’ and was immersed in a new language and culture. I still hold my time there very close to my heart. Even though I was pretty young, these formative years shaped the person I am today.
Fast forward a few years, I got my high school degree and started moving around – which will be a recurring theme. I started my studies in Annecy, in the Alps, then moved to Germany for my Bachelor’s degree. After that, I got in the Strasbourg business school. I studied one year, worked one year, then moved again to Dijon for my final year in apprenticeship. After that, I did a few interviews in London but finally settled in Paris for my first full-time job. After two years, we realised Paris wasn’t for us and my partner and I decided to become digital nomads.
We traveled all over Europe: France, the UK, the Canary Islands, Budapest, Italy (Bologna, Florence and Venice), Gdansk, Athens, Tallinn and Vilnius. After 18 months of living in Airbnbs, we chose to slow down and move to Strasbourg at the end of 2019, just in time for the pandemic!
I strive for constant improvement through creative projects, lots of learning and (soon) travelling the world with my laptop, fuelled by coffee and happy relationships. My job today is to help innovative individuals organically grow their activity on the internet with down-to-earth digital marketing strategies.
While I was abroad, I got used to working remotely with my clients. I know how important communication is in this context. That’s why I set up processes for myself to keep my clients updated and very open communication streams, whether by chat, phone call or emails, to ensure we can work together in an effective way.