This is much more fun than a traditional resume.
Hey, I’m glad you’re here! 👋
Welcome to my online resume, I hope you’ll like it (fun fact: I designed it during my self-quarantine in South Korea)! To introduce myself quickly, my name is Joseph, I’m 27 years old and I was born in the capital of gastronomy (Lyon, France)!
Now, I’m in Paris working as a Product Manager at Bam Music, a promising French startup. Bam Music is a web app that allows creators to find and download the perfect music for their project. Cinema, television, commercials or social medias, we are licensing music for all types of video makers around the world.
I love project management: seeing a need become an idea and then turn into reality is extremely stimulating for me. Also, technology as a dynamic whole fascinates me, and the evolution of the product is at the heart of these interactions: from design, data, development to business, marketing or strategy, to collaborate with different teams and bring them together is what motivates me.
Beyond my interest for tech, I also have a huge passion for music. Music means everything to me and it works on me more than I work on it. I try every day to better understand its universe, whether it is at the artistic level or the business level.
In one topic as in the other, I have an unfailing curiosity, a desire to perform at my best in and I try to grasp all their complexity.
Passion is my driving force, and I am always looking for new challenges.
Please enjoy your time here. 🏝
2018 to 2021
emlyon business school, France
Sogang University, Seoul, South Korea 🇰🇷
2017 to 2018
Master 1 – Strategic Management
Lyon 2 University, France
2016 to 2017
Bachelor’s degree – Economics & Management
Universidad Mayor – Santiago, Chile 🇨🇱
Exchange program with Lyon 1 University
2014 to 2016
IUT GEA – Business & Administration Management
Lyon 1 University, France
High School Diploma – Economic & Social
Les Maristes, Lyon, France
1 year at Santiago
Korean: I can read but I can only say ‘Hello’, ‘Thank you’ and ‘Can I have some kimchi please?’