LUP, as an international network, develops its team above Australian borders! Discover today 2 French, who are part of our growing family and work for LUP Global as Reps or Head of Marketing & Communication. They also act for Europe Middle East Africa (EMEA) development.
Marie Pailhes-Dauphin, our Head of Marketing & Communications
Marie, our Head of Marketing & Communications, arrived in the LUP Team at the beginning of 2019. Marie is based in Capbreton, France. She helps LUP to build its marketing strategy and tools.
Marie has done her studies in Law and Economics in Toulouse and Reading (England), before completing her master’s degree in “Risk Management in Developing Countries” at the Institut de Sciences Politiques of Bordeaux. She had a specialization in Sustainable Development and Africa/ Middle East areas.
Passionate about the general interest, she decided to start her professional life in a communication agency based in Bordeaux and specialized in public / parapublic domains. During 5 years, she learnt how to optimize social enterprise development through communication strategy.
In January 2019, she started a new life in Capbreton in France, close to the ocean and nature. She wanted to put her skills at the service of innovative and sustainable projects in order to help the change happen.
LUP and Noreen, its founder, who was looking for French partners for future development, crossed paths. The adventure started: Marie became our Marketing specialist and helps us to find the good tools and channels to achieve our goals.
In the future, she is also a part of the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Development Team.
Her dream? A more humane society, which takes care of its environment and biodiversity. Through LUP, she is more than convinced that we can unite our forces to change (at least a little bit) the world through circular economy.
Amaury Laloux, our Rep in EMEA
Amaury joins our EMEA team based in France recently. He studied International Economics in Paris and Bordeaux, France.
His experience as a Policy and Economic Analyst brought him to work in Italy within the United Nations Food & Agriculture Organisation to analyse, compare and forecast economic indicators evolution amongst developing countries.
Later, Amaury focused on green energy production and joined the Hydrodynamic Technologies team as Responsible for Business Development, where he developed national and international projects for producing local, green and carbon-free hydroelectricity.
His appetite for traveling took him to America where the United States Department of Agriculture allowed him to deepen his analysis knowledge.
In the meantime, his passion for music led him to organise, co-organise and volunteer in numerous events and festivals throughout France, Morocco, Spain, Belgium and more to promote sustainable development and global awareness about Ethics, Energy and Food matters.
For Amaury, “being a part of Lup’s adventures seemed to be an obvious next step towards his personal and professional involvement.