Should you turn your passion into a company?
Join us to hear from Dr. Audrey-Flore Ngomsik and her journey of building her company and why is important to:
1. Turn your passion into a company
2. Build your own brand
3. Consider partnership as the best way to start up a business
A STEAM professional developed into an Entrepreneur!
Both members & friends of PWI Brussels are invited to participate in the session.
About Dr. Audrey-Flore Ngomsik
CEO and Co-founder of Trianon Scientific Communication Website
Dr. Audrey-Flore Ngomsik has obtained her PhD in physical and analytical chemistry at the University Pierre & Marie Curie in Paris.
For the last 20 years she has been driving her career with full commitment towards fostering, developing, implementing, and commercialising innovations in Green Chemistry and sustainable development.
After having fostered innovative processes to clean industrial pollution, and then advanced disruptive technologies to help companies prevent pollution in the first place, she has also held senior leadership positions where she has successfully tackled sustainability at the social and economic level.
She has been key in directing sustainable solutions all along companies’ value chains, from idea to commercialization, from business processes to risk management, from saving costs to increasing the organisations’ financial capacity.
She believes that sustainable development can be used by any organisation as a strategy of differentiation with a view to increased profits.
Extremely passionate about these challenges, she has created Trianon Scientific Communication with her partner, Dr. Markus Fanselow.
C.S.R is not how organization spend their profits, it’s about about how they make them.
Trianon Scientific Communication's mission is two fold:
- Integrate corporate social responsibility (C.S.R.) and sustainable development in their client’s organization's DNA to make them more profitable.
- Communicate C.S.R. in a positive way, taking into account the consumers’ point of view and empowering them to act.
If you have any questions on the event please contact
the Events Team (Events@PWI.be)