Growing up in Paris, I have always been fascinated by technologies and entrepreneurship. I found my passion in supporting startup mainly in the Entertainment industry. I helped the Movie Industry to run digital through my finance boutique, dedicated to management of innovation. Graduated from an engineering school and later from a finance institution, I have then been a witness of the emergence of new technologies, new media and new businesses over the last two decades. Our way to work, communicate, promote ideas, businesses, and conceive products and services have radically changed. I realised that coding and creative activities also helps shape one’s way of thinking, by structurally decomposing and analysing a problem. It is rather the same when you deal with entrepreneurship.
Working in Luxembourg and living in London, I bring up solely my three handsome and smart boys. As a father, I did not find camps sustaining my kids about exploring tech and innovation, neither entrepreneurship. Indeed school does not provide any real picture about what it is to work in a company. As they have grown up and have to decide about their future and their studies, I thought as a father it was quite compulsory that I provide them with a small knowledge about innovation, digital activities and entrepreneurship. Coding is also a highly creative act, as it allows me to create in a whole new medium, i.e. technology, to transform my ideas into an app, website etc. That feeling is very empowering.