Passionate about politics and the digital economy, Romain advises major communications’ leaders and directors on their economic, social and environmental issues.
Romain started his career at Burson-Marsteller, in the Public Affairs & Crisis Department, where he notably accompanied Uber in its establishment in France, but also in the protection of its reputation in a context of particularly strong defiance. Beyond that, he has advised companies such as Danone, Total, Costa Cruises and McCain in crisis management preparedness programmes, as well as in sensitive situations and open crises.
Then, Romain joined Elan Edelman, where he worked with leading accounts such as HEINEKEN France, Danone, Ubisoft, McKinsey and Euronext in deploying their corporate communications’ strategy in France and abroad. He also accompanied the launch of the camp project, an ultra-innovative campus symbol of the dynamism of the FrenchTech, which opened its doors in Aix-en-Provence in September 2017.
Simultaneously, versatile, Romain possesses a strong entrepreneurial spirit. He engaged with a candidate in the 2012 legislative elections, contributing both to the presidential campaign and the local campaign.
In addition, he has informally advised several entrepreneurs in their communications’ strategies, and has been involved in the co-creation of a digital application to facilitate take-away for 2 years.
Romain graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s degree in political and public communication from the University of Paris-Est Créteil.