Zoé is a consultant in public relations, specializing in image building, as well as crisis communication. Zoé has been working in PR and communication since 2008, after a start in publishing (Denoël, Paris). She then headed the 'media and events' department of the agency NoECom (Paris) before spending a year in Washington, D.C. as counselor at the Georgian Embassy. Since 2013, she has been a consultant to international institutions and public figures.
A lawyer by training, Irakli specializes in influence communication, economics and online issues. He holds degrees in European law (Paris II) and Diplomacy and Strategic Negotiations (Paris XI). In 2008, he was part of the crisis group at the Embassy of Georgia in Paris during the Russian/Georgian war, before heading the economics department of the communications agency NoECom. He then spent a year developing several European projects within the digital department of Expertise France.
Quentin is in charge of research at Katch & Reyners. He studied engineering in Paris before working for several years for a French publishing house. He spent several years in Yemen and Bahrain, where in 2014 he co-authored “The Khaleej Voice”, a six-book series documenting urban artists in the six countries composing the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC). He is also a member of the international advisory board of the Research Institute for European and American Studies (RIEAS).
Eléonore specializes in influence and e-reputation. She holds a degree in corpoerate communication from CELSA-Paris Sorbonne. She has worked for Gemalto, Bain & Company and Reputation Squad. Her experience in creating areas of expression and implementing influence or crisis management strategies covers businesses, governmental institutions and public figures.
If the public thinks that you have a problem, then you have a problem.
It takes twenty years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.
If I was down to my last dollar, I would spend it on public relations.
If it goes without saying, then it will go even better if we say it.