About

Message from the founder, Lydie: 

Lydie, Chez Moi Chez VousI live and work in Paris. I hold a BA in Economics and Information Technologies, a Master degree in International Business, and a Master degree with honours in Translation. During my career, I have been a consultant, a sales executive, a teacher of French in a major institution in Japan, and a marketing professional, always working in international environments. I have 16+ years of experience in the marketing and communication fields, including 4 at the head of the Marketing Department of a global IT company. I am a native French speaker, and can speak fluent English and professional Italian. I also have some good knowledge of Japanese and some knowledge in Brazilian Portuguese. I lived for height years in the USA, Japan, Italy and Brazil. I have a strong appreciation of cultural diversity, and am passionate about connecting people across different countries.

Very interested by the entrepreneurs world, I decided to create my own business, in order to help people grow and reveal their best self to the world.

On a more personal side, I love Japan, and am constantly striving to improve my Japanese language abilities. I am very fond of Sadô or « The Way of Tea » (better known as Japanese Tea Ceremony in Western countries), which I started to learn while living in Tokyo. I continue to practice it whenever I go to Japan, and its philosophy guides me in my everyday life. I will soon post in my blog further information on that art and my experiences with it. Stay tuned!

If you are interested in my services, please contact me. For every type of services, I offer a 30 minutes complimentary discovery session during which we will get to know each other, we will discuss your specific situation, I will explain more in details the transformations I can offer, and we will be able to decide whether I am the right person to help you or if I should refer you to another person or service.

I am looking forward to sharing with you soon!
Lydie

 

Kimono in Paris     Tea ceremony