Throughout her career, Bénédicte Muller has worked at major creative & independent creative agencies, first at La Chose, then at Fred & Farid, and finally at Buzzman, where she was Head of Accounts and then Associate Director. She defined and leaded the implementation of 360°/ 365 days brand strategy, digital strategy and activations for major brands such as IKEA, Mondelez and Boursorama Banque (first online banking in France). As of 2018, she is the Managing Director at FamousGrey Paris. Bénédicte is in charge of the agency’s clients and their development. Her will is clear: to bring creativity and ideas back to the heart of the project.
Marc Fauconnier is co-founder and CEO of FamousGrey. After a few years in market research earlier in his career, Marc switched to the advertising business in the early ’90s. As a commercial with a strong analytical background, Marc occupied several management positions in international agencies such as Y&R and BBDO.
In 1997, Marc founded LG&F, later rebranded as Famous. In 2016, Famous joined the Grey network. Famous was elected “agency of the year” several times in Belgium and won numerous Lions and even a Grand Prix in Cannes.
Marc considers himself a hands-on CEO, who still is actively involved in the strategic and creative processes for most of the agency’s clients.
Once an art school graduate, Régis Boulanger started his career at the independent agency La Chose. He worked for three years on several campaigns for IKEA and the 20 Minutes newspaper.
In 2010, he joined Buzzman and worked on the Durex SOS condoms campaign, which totaled over 25 million views. For four years, he distinguished himself with awarded campaigns for Mondelēz, Durex, Double A, MTV mobile, etc.
In 2016, Régis took charge of Ogilvy & Mather’s showcase accounts as an Associate Creative Director: Netflix, Perrier, Stimorol, Coca-Cola and Motorola social worldwide.
In 2017, he was promoted to Executive Creative Director with Romain Repellin, his longtime partner, at Grey Paris. Since September, he has been working to put FamousGrey Paris back at the top of global creativity.
Once art school graduate, Romain Repellin started his career at the independent agency La Chose. He worked for three years on several campaigns for Ikea and the 20 Minutes newspaper.
In 2010, he joined Buzzman and worked on the Durex SOS condoms campaign, which totaled over 25,000,000 views. For four years, he distinguished himself with awarded campaigns for Mondelez, Durex, Double A, MTV mobile, etc.
In 2016, Romain took charge of Ogilvy&Mather’s showcase accounts as an Associate Creative Director: Netflix, Perrier, Stimorol, Coca-Cola and Motorola social worldwilde.
In 2017, he was promoted to Executive Creative Director with Régis Boulanger, his longtime partner, at Grey Paris. Since September he has been working to put FamousGrey Paris back at the top of global creativity.
Before joining FamousGrey, Guillaume Bilheude spent five years at Lowe Paris and then eight years at DDB Paris. He fought against the damages of time with L’Occitane en Provence and Givenchy, against the damages of speed with the Road Safety, and against the damages of addictions like tobacco or drugs with the Ministry of Health. Guillaume also defended his cultural legacy through Camembert with Président or LePetit, and the reputation of his agencies with all the pitches he won through the years.
Michel Cauchy graduated from the Paris Chamber of Commerce Business School. After working in the bank sector (Barclays France) and in Human Resources (Adecco) as Financial Controller, he joined Grey Group France in 1999 and became Secretary General in 2000, overseeing the company’s financial and administrative services as well as special ops of the Group in France (M&A).
Michel joined the Grey EMEA Financial team in 2004 as EMEA Compensation Manager. Starting in 2009, Michel worked as CFO for several WPP entities (G2, GHP, Les Ouvriers du Paradis, Bates).
Michel is now managing as COO the financial and human resources of Grey Group in France.
After graduated from one of the top 5 French MBA, he worked for Young & Rubicam and BETC Euro RSCG. In 2006, Lucas joined Sensio and took over the lead in 2013, and was appointed as an Associate in 2015.
On his impulsion, SensioGrey achieved 115% growth of its activity, and was listed as one of the « Growth Champions » by Les Echos / Statista, and features in the Financial times’ « 1000 Fastest Growing Companies ».
Lucas has also written about thirty articles on digital transformation, and he released the book “Internet Media Cannibale” on behalf of the Electronic Business Group – a well-known professional association.
Lucas is regularly asked to host seminars among the agency’s clients such as E. Leclerc or PSA, and work on building topline growth opportunities by implementing SensioGrey’s Brand As A Service framework.
Lucas is also pretty famous for his agency parties, which he very much enjoys planning.
Clotilde Ravin is the Head of Development & Marketing at SensioGrey in France.
After graduating from La Sorbonne and the International Institute of Communications in Paris, she worked for McCann and Dagobert. Clotilde joined SensioGrey in 2012.
Clotilde manages digital projects, and external marketing for the agency.
She is the dedicated contact during competitions, and she helps to ensure customer satisfaction.
Clotilde is in charge of the external and internal communication of the agency: Events, Awards, Partnerships, Press Relations, ... and ensures the visibility of the agency in France.
Jean-Roger Quillico graduated from the Gobelins School of Arts in Paris. He started at SensioGrey in 2006 as a Project Manager and then became an Account Manager. In 2015, he moved on to Publicis Conseil as a Projects Director. Today, he is responsible for the overall delivery of the agency.
He organizes the means of production and ensures a smooth interaction between collaborators. He participates in quality control and enforces project deadlines. Along with all the other managers, he contributes to the economic performance of the projects. Finally, he helps with HR strategy and IT infrastructure.