Our goal is to provide you with a bird’s eye view of the strategic areas of your business, so that together we can achieve your development goals.
We solve problems related to business development, legal strategy and digital and graphic communication.


We are a multi-disciplinary team that encourages fertile ideas and exchanges. Take advantage of our expertise in the Occitania region, both nationally and internationally, and our local ethical approach (Toulouse, Montpellier, Perpignan, Albi, Castres, Gaillac …).


    • Commercial and cross-cultural strategy
    • Commercial and financial legal expertise, financing solutions for your international business development project
    • Digital and communication expertise
    • Graphic strategy.


    • Our extensive local and international network, available on request.
    • When it comes to meeting your needs, our rapid response capability is an essential asset.

Based in the Occitanie region in South-West France (Castres, Albi, Gaillac), we are committed to an ethical approach in support of French MSMEs and all entrepreneurs/CEOs, regardless of their structure or location. We also work internationally.
AAA Translation Services, a translation agency with a global reach, is a preferred partner of BiZen Conseil. Working only with mother-tongue translators/interpreters in relevant target markets, their team guarantees effective communications with your intended public, whether in the digital space or in print form.


2018-2023CEO – Bizen Conseil

I help CEOs design their commercial strategy, particularly for the international market: building their pricing policy, tailoring proposals to the expectations and needs of their target clients, providing competitor and market intelligence, devising marketing action plans, etc.
In a constantly changing environment, my adaptability, relational intelligence and transversal skills have enabled me to bolster the commercial activity of companies across all economic sectors.
Eumetrys (France), Hello Sunday (Australia), Bomeng Art (China), etc.

Grand Palais – Réunion des musées nationaux, Paris
2016 – 2012
Head of International and French Commercial Distribution

I facilitated cultural and commercial business development between museums and private companies, both in France and abroad. (Metropolitan Museum (NYC), British Museum (London), Picasso Barcelona, Forbidden City (Beijing), MFA (Boston), NGA (Washington) etc.

Business Development and Strategic Marketing :

    • Identification of business opportunities, commercial and legal negotiations;
    • Facilitated calls for tender for commercial consignment spaces within national museums
      (Louvre, Orsay, Abu Dhabi, Château de Versailles …)

Optimisation of Operational Performance :

    • Distribution of activities and redefinition of staff roles
    • Revision of prospecting strategies and methods
    • Definition of new KPIs to measure and monitor sales performance
    • Market research, conducted a roadshow in the 10 largest Chinese museums
    • Creation and launch of a range of duty-free products for the Japanese market

2006 – 2012International Specialist Sales Manager Asia, Pacific, Middle-East, North America, Rmn-GP, Paris

Business Development: managed 500 accounts, annual client rotation of 70%, 1,200 contacts

    • Organisation of international trade fairs (USA, Europe, Australia);
    • Planning and organisation of multi-channel prospecting campaigns;
    • Commercial follow-up of temporary travelling exhibitions, coordination between lending museums: Musée d’Orsay, Château de Versailles, Musée du Louvre, Musée Picasso, Musée Chagall, etc. Business Development.

Marketing :

    • Design and creation of bilingual communication and sales materials.

Commercial strategy :

    • Reflection on pricing policy / margin objectives; Reporting (€2m);
    • Competitive intelligence, study of market practices.

2003 – 2005 Liaison Officer France — Japan, (Paris-Tokyo)

    • Liaised between head office and Japanese subsidiary, (customer satisfaction, logistics, etc.);
    • Management of store-opening in Tokyo (training of the sales team, management of assortment selection, pricing policy etc.).

2001 – 2002Manager for North America, Brazil, Luxembourg

1999 – 2001Project Manager for Japan — Tourism Board and Regional Council of Aveyron, (Kobe-Japan)

    • Development of commercial and tourist activities between the two regions — Japan Flora 2000: 6 month-long international gardening & landscape exhibition: 76 countries, 4.5 million visitors;
    • Promotion and development of Japanese tourism in Aveyron (Paris, Rodez, Kobe, Nagoya, Tokyo);
    • Management of 20 volunteer teams.