A digital journey!
Started at the best possible Web 1.0 company to learn through the 2000's
Grateful to have joined one of the fastest growing Web 2.0 startups to forge execution skills through the 2010's
Now pursuing the video journey at MadHive, to bridge the gap between Linear TV and Digital!
Web3.0 will be about decentralization
Creators become platforms: they need more customization, more data, more revenue streams
More stores going Direct-to-Consumer - More creators going Direct-to-Fan
More revenue diversity - beyond advertising: subs, merch, synthetic media, digital goods & services
Media collision is accelerating: gaming becomes adtech, adtech becomes content, no longer about screens : we're all building memorable and sharable experiences
Ready for another decade of fun!
20 years across Digital Media: Content Creation, Content Distribution, Content Monetization, Audience Growth
Corporate Dev & Strategy
Finance & Business Operations
Video & CTV
What they're saying
"I hired Luc to drive international expansion for Dailymotion and he has done just that. He introduced processes to ensure multiple sites in multiple languages and countries are market-relevant in their approach and content. Drawing on his experience in finance, he formulates business plans that work. As a result, Dailymotion is no longer just 'the French YouTube'. He helps form the approach, is an excellent communicator, pro-active and takes appropriate initiative, is extremely loyal and has an outstanding level of ethics. He is intelligent and cosmopolitan and hires like-minded people with the same values and complementary skill-sets. Luc doesn't 'play' politics (yet understands the game) but is a team player who wants the team to win. In short, Luc gets the job done with minimal fuss, friction and cost - you can always rely on him. It's always a pleasure to work with Luc and I look forward to doing so again in the future."
Partner at BCG Digital Ventures
Spent 45% of professional life in the US, 45% in the UK and 10% in France. Dual citizenship US and France
Learned SQL when QXL's customer database reached 65,000 rows (Excel's limit back in 1999)
Sergeant Major (Rank 108) on Battlefield V. Regularly equipped with MMG M1919A6