Marie Richet, in MSc 2 Sports Marketing and Management, gains Experience at Feel

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Marie Richet is a student in MSc 2 Marketing and Management of Sport on the campus of Chambéry. She brings all her skills to the development of Feel Expérience, an event and brand content agency specialized in outdoor activities. She tells us about her daily life and also about the future.

” My educational background is often referred to as ” atypical “. However, I have the impression that I have always followed the same path. Listening to my desires and seizing the opportunities that present themselves.” 

A little flashback

After a BAC Littéraire spécialcialité mathematically, I wanted to integrate a training in the field of communication. J’ai dI discovered the joys of sorting out the files on the Admission Post Bac platform and found myself in the middle of the summer with nothing. And without having been able to defend my place with an interview in acole.

Marie then decided to join a first year Language Science program. Then to go to Barcelona for two months to study Spanish.

” When I returned to France, I sent out applications. I have been accepts BTS in Communication. I have it intI started working in Peru a few months after my international solidarity project. With my BTS, I was able to discover all the fields of communication. I wanted to specialize in the digital field to push my skills further. So I integrated a Professional License E-commerce & Webmarketing in Chambéry. ”

And sport in all this ?

” I have always been attracted to the sports world. For me, it is a field that combines conviviality, team spirit and challenge*. J’I haveédecidedto do a Master’s degree in Marketing & Sport Management, in order to have real knowledge of this market, and to have all the keys once in the company. Ps someone who has always hated school, I am now finishing my schooling with a BAC+5. This is a challenge I am proud of! “

(* Marie has been practicing judo for 12 years, handball in her high school team, and physical training for the firemen and the gendarmerie).

Diversified missions and skills

Today, in parallel to her master’s degree, Marie is in charge of communication at Feel Expérience.

” What I like about my job is that I get to do several jobs in one!

– Community Management with the definition of thedorials,
– Content production (photos, videoos, editorial),
– Publication schedule,
– Work on the website: SEO referencing, writing articles, various updates,
– Creation of communication tools: brochures, c
visit cardsPowerpoint presentation,
– Newsletters,
– Infographics,
– Creation of databases of running / trail clubs in the Alps and of running stores in the same area,
– Discussions on the ground for events such as the installation of the ” Challenge des Villages” animation in 3 La Plagne resorts this winter.

In short, no two days are alike and that’s what I like about it! ”

What she likes about INSEEC?

 ” Lperiods of classes given by professionals in the sports sector. They have real knowledge in the field. They bring us their feedback fromexpériences “.

Entrepreneurship projects

Marie already has a clear idea in mind for the next step in her career:

” Ayith several strings to my bow, I will play the one of my multidisciplinarity. Especially in the field of communication and digital marketing.
I would like to work in a dynamic company in the outdoor sport/tourism sector. This in order to acquire even moreexps field experience. While continuing in parallel my evolution as a firefighter and soon as a rewaiter à the gendarmerie.
But I’m preparing myself for a new challenge! The one to create my own company to be able to bebe indand why not become a Digital Nomad. Traveling the world, meeting new cultures, other people… It’s something that makes me want to be a part of it.anime a lot. A way to broaden one’s horizons, one’s way of thinking and to put us back in our rightful place in this world. “

A real nice ending message.

Updated 24 February 2022