He began as an Income Auditor, before being promoted as a Financial Controller and spent several years in Paris and Nice before moving to Nantes.
He works at the Radisson Blu Nantes and go back to Vatel, but this time as a professor.
Tell us 5 reasons why you chose hospitality.
And 5 key dates on your resume.
2007: My Bachelor’s degree in Applied Management and Economy at the Jean Moulin University in Lyon and that is also when I began my MBA in International Hotel Management at Vatel Lyon.
2009: My final internship in the finance department at the Park Inn by Radisson in Roissy
2010: I was hired right after I finished my internship, as an Income Auditor
2012: My first Financial Controller job, also in Paris
2018: Professor in Management and Corporate Economy at Vatel Nantes
And 5 words that describe the Vatel spirit:
Now 5 words about Nantes:
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