Juliette joined us in 2016, after receiving an innovation management double degree from HEC and Polytechnique. She then got passionate about innovation by design by studying and working part time at the Thales Design Center. Here at FABERNOVEL INNOVATE she is keen on using design methodologies to solve diverse ...
Thomas is Lead Project Manager and has been with us since 2013. As a designer with a background in engineering he naturally tends to focus on product design and connected spaces. He has largely contributed to our development on these subjects through his work on specific projects, like the creation of interactive terminals for La Villette park in Paris or connected apartments for Nexity. More recently he worked for Airbus on redesigning passengers’ flying experience inside an A380. He feeds his interest in these fields with constant research - he published two studies on the industrial IoT and 3D impression - and by regularly coming up with new ideas for our own use: he contributed largely in the creation of the Sandbox, our very own fablab!
With a passion for sport (and biking in particular - check out his article on bike sharing in Shanghai!), Thomas was keen to work on the topic of innovation in sports. So in 2017, along with Kévin and Boris, he published a study on digital disruption in the sports industry which was presented for the first time at our Business&Breakfast at LA.SALLE.DE.SPORT. and many times since! A great way to explore a fascinating subject, which brought Thomas to contribute to projects for Eurosport and Rolland Garros this year.
A ENSCI Arts et Métiers graduate, Thomas previously worked for Jaeger-Lecoultre and Aubecq in product research and development.
Kévin joined us in 2016 as a director. With over 5 years experience in digital innovation, he helps key clients and their teams uncover their user’s needs and uses this key research to design human-centered products, services, and systems. He recently worked for Airbus on redesigning A380 passengers’ flying experience.
The key to designing a relevant and impactful product or service? Kévin believes it all lies in approaching each project with deep empathy for the end-users, allowing for a better understanding of underlying societal changes and evolutions in usage patterns.
Kévin is never happier than when he’s talking about sports. A subject he decided to dig into deeper in 2017, as you can read in his article about Innovation in the Olympic Games. He is also the co-author, along with Boris and Thomas of a study on the evolution of sports in the digital age which was presented for the first time at our Business&Breakfast event at LA.SALLE.DE.SPORT, and many times since.
A Télécom École de Management graduate, Kévin previously worked for French digital agency UZIK as a project director for some of Paris’s most renowned cultural institutions.
Obsessed with the Internet, Kévin feeds his curiosity by picking new ideas from everywhere, mixing origins and cultures, as he does with his number 1 passion: music.
Since she graduated from EMLyon Business School in 2013, Kirène has been working on projects to launch new products, brands or services: first at Philips, where she participated in the launch of a new product line on the French market and then during her projects as a consultant at Capgemini Consulting, where she contributed to the launch of a new mobile banking offer for a major French bank retailer or design a service offer for an airport leader.
With us since 2016, as a Lead Project Analyst, Kirène is in charge of projects revolving around the launch of new services or the design of new economic models - always integrating the perspective of the user experience. She recently contributed to projects such as the design and launch of a nutritional coaching service for a start-up in the health industry or the identification of new services thanks to personal cloud technology for a French insurer.
In general, Kirene is particularly interested in the health, travel & hospitality and user experience measurement areas.
In addition to that, Kirène also participates in internal reflections related to the development and growth of our agency to ensure that our teams are always a step ahead regarding innovation topics.
Juliette joined us in 2015, after studying business at HEC Paris. She started her adventure with us by contributing to FABERNOVEL INSTITUTE’s projects, facilitating agile workshops and digital trainings for C-levels across Europe (Paris, Barcelone, Lisbonne - and so on).
A free electron (/Jack of all trades), she has been working on our innovation strategy projects since 2016 - focusing on bringing the most value to our clients with creativity. Defining the B2B strategy of an insurance company, designing a D2C offer for a leading beauty player - or even prototyping a community Hub and engaging contents for anti-corruption experts: she takes up any challenges and loves exploring the digital playing field with no limits, while enjoying good team moments.
Connecting the dots of her innovation journey with us, we can tell there is a magnetic land she likes to settle in: after past experiences at CANAL+ and in media strategy for FMCG brands, her heart belongs to the media, content and entertainment industries. No wonder she supports the design and execution of forward-thinking ideas for publishing houses in Paris, London and Madrid of an international group - in a thrilling collaboration with our team from San Francisco.
In July 2015 Audrey came to strengthen our creative team as an Art Director, and she’s been with us ever since!
Today she is involved in a wide variety of projects: visual identity design, responsive interface design, illustrations, as well as video editing alongside our filmmaker Morgan.
Audrey works hand in hand with our design strategists, by contributing to the design of many experience cards (for MAIF for instance) as well as hosting workshops and rapid prototyping.
Audrey has always loved the visual arts and often visits museums after dark to draw. After high school she moved straight into the artistic world by following courses in visual arts, before naturally turning to a diploma in visual communication specialized in publishing and visual identity. But something was missing! She wanted to be more in touch with today’s digital realities. And that’s exactly what she got by pursuing a master’s degree in Digital Art Direction at French school LISAA, which taught her more about web development, video editing / motion design and to web and mobile model creations.
After her studies, Audrey first joined the teams of 148 (agency of digital & creative communication) where she worked for various clients before joining us six months later.
Marina joined us in 2017 and took hold of our communication and marketing: she is in charge of defining and implementing our brand and communication strategy, involving everything from event organization, partnership management and press relations to branding or internal communication! Having started her professional life in advertising and communication agencies after specializing in brand strategy and advertising at top communication school CELSA, she naturally has a very “brand oriented” approach to communication and uses her creative and strategic baggage daily in her role. And that is precisely what she likes about her everyday work: its creativity and the liberty she is given to develop new ideas (hers and ours together!) and make them happen!
Curious to see some of her work? She organized our latest Business&Breakfast events at Paris hotspots LA.SALLE.DE.SPORT., STATION F and PALAIS DE TOKYO, worked on the launch of our 2018 annual study: TESLA, uploading the future, and she edits the articles and stories we write for the FABERNOVEL blog (she says this is one of her favorite tasks). Oh, and she co-created this very website (and keeps it up to date) ;-)
Having developed a strong interest in culture and media, Raphaëlle started to work in the music industry in 2008, in the French startup Deezer. She then moved to Orange, and later Dailymotion in London to focus on new video consumption behaviors.
The media industry was certainly one of the first to be disrupted by the new economy, but Raphaëlle was already convinced that many others would follow. She decided to come back to Paris in 2012 and joined our team in order to help other industries in their transformation : FMCG, retail, beauty, …
She developed a strong expertise around data, CRM, e-commerce and retail, before becoming a partner in 2018.
Raphaëlle graduated from French business school ESSEC. She is (still) passionate about music, and photography.
A French entrepreneur and associative activist in the field of digital, cultural and creative industries, Stéphane Distinguin graduated from ESCP Europe in 1997.
Stéphane Distinguin leads FABERNOVEL GROUP, which he founded in 2003 and which now brings together 350 talents on three continents (US, Europe, Asia). For 15 years, this consulting and creation group of digital products and services has been supporting the French CAC40 and major international groups in their digital transformation and innovation trajectory. FABERNOVEL is also dedicated to creating and supporting startups such as Digitick, KissKissBankBank, Shared Offices or more recently One Third.
Stéphane Distinguin is currently Chairman of Cap Digital, a competitiveness and digital transformation cluster bringing together more than 1,000 companies and laboratories.
Stéphane Distinguin also chairs the Grande École du Numérique, which trains at least 10,000 young people each year in digital professions, with a particular emphasis on parity and access to these training courses and jobs for drop-outs from the traditional system.
Gareth has always tried to understand the relationship between software and the devices they run on. Naturally he pursued his degree in Embedded Systems at the Ecole Centrale d’Electronique in Paris. After graduating he quickly put this knowledge to use, and took his first bite of an entrepreneurial and social adventure by working with Leka, a start-up which develops a social robot created to help children with special needs learn and progress.
After a successful crowdfunding campaign and as a Techstars alumni, he joined us in 2017 and has been nourishing his natural entrepreneur spirit ever since! He contributes to our projects by bringing in his creative and engineering expertises which contunuously strengthen our proposals. Recently, he has helped a client in retail develop its co-creation strategy and tools, helped source the CRM infrastructure needed for another client, and lead a major european start-up competition, from sourcing to jury, for a major energy company. Gareth works a lot in our Sandbox - our very own internal fablab - and from it he recently tinkered IOT objects used to correlate interfaces and biodata.
Diego started his academic journey in aeronautical engineering in Brazil before pursuing it in Paris with a diploma from Ecole Polytechnique and a specialization in innovation and entrepreneurship at Ecole des Mines. He went on to co-found Shotgun, a mobile app dedicated to electronic music in Paris.
A true tech geek, he joined us as Head of Finance in 2015 - a perfect match as he was able to join his financial expertise and the dynamic, innovative state of mind he loves! For two years Diego’s priority was to make the financial department a key support lever for our team and clients, one that allows them to keep a fresh mindset and constantly innovating.
Today Diego is in charge of operations and continues to grow with our team, constantly looking for the operational excellence we need to keep pushing back the limits of innovation.
Hortense joined us in 2018 as a Junior Design Strategist. She studied both design and engineering, and is convinced both disciplines should be used simultaneously even though their philosophies, approaches and languages are very different. That’s what makes them interesting together!
She was missing a more creative approach in her work. So she naturally turned to design and got into top design school ENSCI-Les Ateliers where she was able to put her technical knowledge to great use in her artistic projects. She worked on many projects and had the opportunity to collaborate with the CEA of Grenoble on a project on digital and light. She then went to Politecnico di Milano to learn more about space and services, before completing her studies with a deep understanding of materials and services at Köln International School of Design in Germany. Hortense then joined top engineering school CentraleSupélec where her main focus were system design and digital.
Her main focus today is on topical themes such as mobility, gender parity or the future of work. But what she really likes is design and creating new digital and physical experiences and prototyping them. The user is placed at the center of her strategy: understanding his/her habits to speed up his journey, diminish his workload or alter his behaviour is what Hortense is really passionate about.
In December 2014, Guillaume was conducting technology intelligence reports within Essilor, a leading eye-glass company where he completed his apprenticeship, when he came upon a presentation that changed his vision of the network economy: our yearly report, GAFAnomics.
After months of eager anticipation - he had to complete his studies! - and after graduating from both engineering schools Telecom ParisTech and École Polytechnique, we welcomed Guillaume as a Project Manager.
Since he first read about the platform economy in GAFAnomics, Guillaume has been exploring organizational transformations that digital technologies enable, with clients from many industries: construction, logistics, retail, smart city…
Guillaume is always keen to reshape business and operational models as well as to renew customer relationship. His favorite topic? The launch of disruptive spin-offs within traditional companies.
Now, Guillaume is one of our Senior Project Engineer, a role which perfectly combines both his engineering discipline and his passion for digital disruption.
Curious to read some of his work ? Check out his most recent article on Voice interfaces and the "war" between Amazon and Google, published as part as our story on new interfaces.
A SciencesPo Paris graduate, Timothée is really passionate about the way new technologies are challenging traditional businesses. He joined us in 2018 to make this long-lasting interest a part of his everyday challenge!
Timothée has worked with different industries such as the public sector, retail and sports in particular, navigating their diverse issues. The key? To think out of the box and seize the opportunities brought to them by the digital revolution. This unyielding optimism has only become stronger since his year spent studying abroad in the United States, where he also developed a strong entrepreneurial spirit.
A committed sportsman, Timothee has a natural soft spot for subjects related to the sports industry and its future in the digital age (he actually followed us very closely in October 2017 when we dedicated a whole month to the sports industry through articles and a study!). Before joining us he got his hands on designing a platform prototype for providing users control over their sensitive data online.
Elina joined us as a Senior Project Manager in early 2017. Trained in economics in Latvia and Spain, she kicked off her professional career in a retail chain in the Baltics. After receiving her Masters degree in Economics of Public Policy from Barcelona GSE, she moved on to working into innovation research in the Netherlands, the UK and finally France.
Since joining us, Elina has worked closely with the OECD, a global do-tank, on their digital transformation. Amongst other projects, she worked on developing the OECD’s anti-corruption and integrity Hub and on different digital products aimed at improving the OECD’s interactions with the various OECD communities.
From her retail days, Elina kept a true passion for the industry and its transformations. She has worked with a number of our clients, notably in the luxury industry, on identifying, defining and developing new business models and customer relationship frameworks in the digital age.
Sustainability is another question that keeps Elina up at night. She is currently pondering about ways in which we could help our clients adjust the design of their products and experiences, so they would naturally lead their customers to a more sustainable choices and behaviours. Drop her a message if you’re keen to exchange!
Aiming to build new products and digital services, Mehdi trained as an IT engineer at the Ecole des Mines de Nantes. Realizing that the product is just one piece of the puzzle, Mehdi became interested in growth and go-to-market strategies based on new distribution and business models. Thus, after completing his training at HEC Paris in 2015, Mehdi joined us as a project analyst, allowing him to provide analysis on the strategy and business models of successful companies in the new economy. From these examples, he draws inspiration to imagine and design new services feeding the strategic roadmaps of our customers.
Always curious to discover new activities, Mehdi has worked on many sectors since his arrival. His missions have ranged from defining the place of radio in tomorrow’s autonomous cars for Radio France, to defining new digital services in social housing, to analysing and explaining winning strategies for ready-to-wear brands in the digital age.
Beyond customer projects, Mehdi contributes to enriching our strategic analysis models in the new economy. For example, he recently conducted a study with Maxime and Abderrahmane, presented at Station F, where he challenged the idea of “market”: "There are no more markets, only customers". What about your idea of a “market” ?
Louise joined us in 2017 as a Project Director. Just before, she was heading European strategy and optimisation for Braintree, a disruptive payments platform bought by Paypal.
Her curiosity and love for international experiences have led her to work in strategic marketing for four years at the headquarters of one of India’s leading IT companies : HCL technologies as well as complete an MBA from INSEAD.
In her 8 years of professional experience, Louise has led many large cross-functional projects and is capable of combining both a strategic vision and an operational mindset.
She is extremely enthusiastic about startup ecosystems and innovation and more importantly on how they impact society. She has organised many roundtables and treks on the subject and is keen to help corporates understand and navigate this unfamiliar world.
With her hypokhâgne and khâgne background, she loves talking about literature and reads a lot during her spare time !
Anthony joined us in 2015 and has been designing new services and products ever since! As a Senior Project Engineer, he works on projects that combine design and technology, creating new experiences which he brings to life in tangible ways, through digital services or physical devices for example.
As an engineer, Anthony’s role is to find elegant solutions to problems in complex environments, but he enjoys going digging deeper and systematically goes out “exploring”: through field work he observes usage patterns, seeks and gathers inspiration and tests new concepts first hand.This is how Anthony worked on the launch of a network of co-working spaces in Germany in 2015, a project that continues today and for which he is Product Manager and Product Owner. He also led, among other things, the design of innovative services for an international organization and the creation of a new 100% mobile-based banking offer: Orange Bank.
By participating in our LAB, Anthony explores new technologies to build prototypes and shape new services to inspire our customers and simplify the daily lives of all of FABERNOVEL collaborators and partners. In particular, he worked on the Desk, a very simple screen placed at the reception desk which makes it possible to announce to our colleagues via Slack when someone has arrived for a meeting or if a parcel has been delivered for them. A simple, elegant and very practical object that unburdens our Office Manager and facilitates the life of the deliverers, customers and service providers who visit us!
Anthony is a graduate of Centrale d’Electronique de Paris, Telecom ParisTech and ESSEC Business School.
Mellie is a UX Designer who is passionate about humans and digital ! Her user-centric methodology is based on sociology to better understand user behaviors and usages. Since 2018, she has been working with us as a Junior Design Strategist.
With a multidisciplinary background that mixes service and product design, Mellie worked on different types of interfaces, from mobile and web development to connected objects. Her freelance experience in Montreal has allowed her to work with entrepreneurs and startups on various issues: from the collaborative economy to the development of a biometric bracelet. Her dual career in service and product design allows her to tackle any problematic from a global point of view, and to enrich each project stage.
Her favorite subject is, without doubt, that of ethics in the digital world. She worked on the issue of attention and informational abundance in new working modes as part of her UX Design Tangible Interface Master at L’école de Design Nantes Atlantique. She is also involved in the association Designers Ethiques which aims to make this a central topic in schools and in designer’s daily practice - it definitely is a part of hers!
Chloé joined us in February 2017 after completing her end-of-study internship within the Digital Transformation team of one of our clients! Her previous work experience within major companies, helped Chloé develop a strong understanding of their structuring issues, on which she now capitalizes to help these companies “ from the other side “ as a Project Analyst.
Chloé graduated from a top business school, ESCP EUROPE, and she now uses the business skills acquired there to identify winning strategies in the digital era. Along with Maxime and Mehdi, she contributed to an in-depth study for the Fédération Française du Prêt-à-porter Féminin on the Digitalization of business models in the fashion industry, which has been presented during the Forum de la Mode and the famous WHO’S NEXT fair.
Fascinated by new digital models and convinced of the benefit of mixing approaches, Chloé is really devoted to placing design at the heat of the strategies she defines for our clients. For example, she supported a leading French insurance company in its process to becoming an “ Experience Company“ helping the client put user experience at the center of its model. A winning strategy, to be sure!
Benoit is both a Partner and Creative Director. He joined the FABERNOVEL adventure in XXX and has been with us since the very early stages.
With curiosity and movement as his main guidelines, Benoit is responsible for the visual assets of our client projects, and in charge of supervising and building the identity of all internal projects, as well as all of FABERNOVEL’s excubations.
Benoit began his career as a graphic designer / freelance illustrator in 1998 at the Maison des Artistes. He graduated from the Saint Luc Institute in Brussels with an Applied Arts degree. He was also awarded a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the University of Paris VIII in 2000 and a Diploma in Information Communication, advertising option from IUT René Descartes Paris VII.
Passionate about drawing and comics, Benoit scribbles constantly, do not take this as a lack of interest but rather as a way to focus! Learn more about Benoît and his passion for drawing in this article on his all-time biggest art inspirations.
After a three year entrepreneur journey at the head of a biotech startup in Paris, Abderrahmane joined us as a Senior Project Analyst in 2017 and he now puts his learnings at the service of our clients. With a keen interest in strategic issues, he loves to decrypt and interpret the strategic moves of large corporates and startups in the digital era. He was - with Maxime and Mehdi - one of the analysts and speakers behind our March 2018 Business & Breakfast conference on the theme “There are no markets, only customers” (what is your idea of a “market” ?), showing how digital technology tends to erase the boundaries between traditional markets.
An innovation expert with a very hands-on approach, he also loves to witness practical innovation wherever it happens. As such, he helped large corporates such as Nexity structure their corporate innovation efforts around a startup-studio and designed a business model for this hybrid structure between a VC, an internal lab and a startup studio. Besides, he’s been closely observing African innovation developments these past years and has decided to make the exploration of Africa’s innovation ecosystems a priority for this year (if this subject interests you too you should check out his articles on the subject!).
Abderrahmane mostly comes in to help our clients better understand the hidden dynamics in their markets and design an overall strategy, fit to the stakes of the digital era. His double degree in Strategy and Management from EDHEC Business School combined with his hands-on experience helps him design pragmatic solutions for the best interest of our clients.
Boris joined us in 2013 as a Project Manager. A l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Aéronautique (ISAE- Supaero) graduate, his projects mainly focus on designing new and innovative products or services.
He works across all sectors, but is especially keen on complex industries and really enjoys exploring brand new subjects and working with large teams. His curiosity and his taste for innovation of all types means he was able to work on a large variety of projects, taking on different kinds of missions since he joined us. Amongst others, he recently carried out a strategic analysis of the BAT (Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent) for Air Liquide, lead the strategic design of a services platform for a real estate project in Beirut, and the design of a new user experience for French Insurance company, MAIF.
Boris is a very passionate sportsman and plays rugby at competition-level: don’t miss his analysis of NBA innovation on our blog and the study on disruption in the sports industry of which he is one of three co-authors (along with Kévin and Thomas). You might also enjoy his article on the mobile-payment revolution in China which he analyzed after returning from a Learning Expedition in Shanghai with our team!
Caroline is Project Director and has been with us since 2013. Caroline started her journey at FABERNOVEL designing and operating open innovation programs for SNCF and EDF to detect promising startups and develop synergies with clients’ activities. She then went on to focus more specifically on data strategy for the launch of new projects and customer experience/process improvement for Unilever, Coca Cola, L’Oréal, CNP Assurances, and others. In this context, she studied the impact of the different touch points with the customers, the future of physical retail (don’t miss her article on the subject!) and the management of related data.
Caroline is pragmatic and keen to ensure feasibility, she is obsessed with providing concrete solutions that can be activated quickly. She regularly meets startups and technology providers to decrypt their solutions and recommend the best ones to her clients.
Caroline has a master’s degree in business and management from ESSEC Business School and an engineering degree from Supoptique. Before joining us, she worked at ERDF on services linked to smartmeters and as a consultant for Wavestone.
Magali joined our team in 2013 as our Office Manager.
After graduating in History of Art and Archeology from Paris Sorbonne university in 2002, she previously worked at Silicon Sentier, an organization of innovative startups where she was in charge of communications for over four years. She was also project manager for Mobile Monday Paris, a monthly event for mobility professionals.
Today Magali is our Back Office Manager, and she works with our financial and HR teams on all operational aspects.
With a real passion for digital and new technologies, Arielle joined us in 2018 as a Project Analyst, after having graduated from Essec Business School. Her curiosity has lead her to work in very different organisations before. Starting with marketing studies for the Spanish luxury group PUIG, she went on to lead a consulting mission for an NGO in India and spent most of last year in New York working for an American investment fund specialized in cleantech. This unusual and exciting career course most definitely broadened her horizons and knowledge on new markets: she likes to draw inspiration from abroad and particularly enjoyed spending six months in Singapore and nine in New York, two major innovation hotspots.
With this broad experience on various departments and across different countries and cultures, , Arielle brings her fresh, pluridisciplinary outlook to our projects, helping us to understand our clients’ needs. She recently worked on the comprehension of the Chinese BAT (Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent) for a specific study and on the future of retail.
Arielle is also a chess champion and viola player. A true romantic, she strongly believes that after its frantic race for simplicity and fluidity, digital is now bound to look for more emotions.
Morgan is our filmmaker & motion designer and he has been with us for 10 years!
In all this time he’s had the opportunity to work on a variety of projects for our clients as well as for us: documentaries, interviews, videoclips, video animations, and many more… He himself says he is a true “video geek”, always keen to discover new techniques and innovative solutions in video making.
Not surprisingly, what he likes most is testing out these new ideas in his work and he is particularly proud of the different formats we’ve developed on our Youtube channel : the FABERNOVEL TALKS in which we interview colleagues to talk about their jobs, the LAB videos which tell the story of our latest research and development projects and the videos covering our KITCHEN SESSIONS, the private intimate concerts we organize in our kitchens.
Pierre joined us as a Project Engineer in 2017. Technically, he actually is an engineer, but that’s not all - and if you ask him he’ll tell you he’s more of a “chimera” (that mythological creature that mixes different animal body parts) with different profiles, which all complement one another.
Curious? He graduated in civil engineering at top engineering school Centrale in Lyon, and completed his training course at the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture in Lyon. Before joining us, Pierre kept on exploring both of these disciplines, always finding a way to mix both approaches. Convinced that no idea is complete without a field approach, he began as a site manager for Eiffage Grands Projets on a big renovation project for the Grande Arche de la Défense. He had always been fascinated by the interconnection between digital and urban issues, but that is really when he developed his first intuitions on Smart Cities. He recently traveled to Qatar to tackle his vision by working for Orange Business Services on the iconic project of the Msheireb Downtown Doha Smart City.
Today, Pierre puts his ability to question and dig subjects to great use - for his team and clients! Any question on space, architecture or cities? Feel free to reach out to him - he loves a good debate!
Joachim is a Senior Project Analyst and has been with us since 2016. As a business analyst, he helps our clients define their strategy and create new businesses in an economy shaken by digital technologies.
Through competition benchmarks, trend reports and strategy workshops, Joachim has helped clients like Le Bon Marché redefine their digital strategy. He also worked for Sephora, or a leading French clearance store chain. But he’s not just focused on high-end fashion players, check out his article on Wish, a low-cost platform that is taking on Amazon!
Joachim is also an expert in platform business models, and has conducted several studies to help our clients understand the potential impacts of platform disruption. For example, he studied the impact of Amazon Business for a European leader in packaging procurements, or the disruption of the automotive value chain for an industrial giant.
Joachim graduated from SciencesPo, with a specialization in Economics and Business administration.
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