About me

DSC_0907Hi,

No surprise, innovation fascinates me, for a broad range of reasons. Mainly because I’ve always enjoyed sharing these little bits of ideas which take us further. I think innovation is proximate and universal, common and specific at the same time. Moving forward, it looks like innovation might turn out to be critical and necessary (a gut feeling I have, or a dream, you tell me).

I have worked in small, medium, large, XXL size businesses, and driven a wide variety of innovation related projects. As a marketing and strategy professional, I’ve had to define innovation stories, help picture the future, size the gap, build the bridge. As a great story-teller, I thought I’d write a blog about these bridges and other wonderful structures that take us from today to tomorrow. And see where they take me.

I live in France with my family, enjoy writing, playing music, learning all sort of things. And sharing a cup of tea with smiling and loved faces.

 

They talk about me

Today’s vision, Leadership Matters (Mike Lehr)

5 comments on “About me
  1. olivierlehe says:

    Dear, you’re blog is very interesting! if you love innovation, you can also read my blog about innovations: http://www.worldofinnovations.net .

  2. newsrecordco says:

    Hey WeAreInnovation, good article. I work at Record and we’re currently looking for freelancers. I think you’d be a nice addition to our roster.

    We pay our freelancers 70% of the advertising profit that their articles generate. If you’re interested, send your info at http://www.newsrecord.co/opportunities. If you mention that I commented on this article, you’ll be accepted right away.

    Evan

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