Data Elicitation : my professional new start in 2014

As you could read it last week in Revival of a digital non-native, I am now more qualified than ever in Digital Analytics, ready to write the first pages of my professional new start. It has been very nice to receive a high number of positive feedback and to state the concrete interest my last post … Continue reading Data Elicitation : my professional new start in 2014

2013: revival of a digital non-native

First of all, I wish you all a fruitful 2014 year. As for me, 2013 has been a transitory year, in every sense of the term. After having already achieved a lot since the early days of Data Elicitation, It’good to remember  the road I have been following day after day. Very early in my new … Continue reading 2013: revival of a digital non-native

“You should nev…

"You should never judge people on their dating. Here, Judas, for example, he had impeccable friends." (Paul Verlaine) Today's quote on my diary. A good tip for choosing one's friends... Or turning them down 😉

Back to school, a French freshman vs. North-American online studies

As I have mentioned in an earlier post, I am now also a student at the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver. Or rather on the net. Instead of watching football (US=Soccer) on TV, sipping a glass of Californian wine (why not?), lying in my sofa like a dead octopus, I am trying to decipher … Continue reading Back to school, a French freshman vs. North-American online studies

From Market Research to Digital Strategy

I have started this blog for several months, but I have not brought it to life actually, as I had many other things on my urgent to-do-list... Actually all of them linked to on-going professional status changes. In fact, after 4 and a half years at GfK spent on designing new digital initiatives, my position … Continue reading From Market Research to Digital Strategy