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Marc Bramoullé

Marc Bramoullé

Enterprise Content Manager

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Montreal Canada (Québec)
Employed Open to opportunities
Hey there! I'm Marc Bramoullé, a digital strategist and content manager from Montréal, Canada.

From 2007 to 2014, I've been working as product owner on multiple web projects: Intranets, enterprise social network, media library, tags management system, enterprise search, internal resume.

I'm now managing Ubisoft ECM team, composed of taxonomist, SEO manager, community managers, product owners & content specialists.

Our mission is to organize & promote key content within the company (9,000 employees worldwide).

My expertise is in the following areas: scrum, community management, UX, information architecture, taxonomy, SEO and content strategy.

Master's degree in Marketing & Corporate Communication

Audencia Group, Sciencescom, Nantes

September 2007 to May 2009
Master's degree delivered on behalf of the Ministry of Education // European Communication Management Program
Details and Extracurriculars
  • Specialties: Internal Communication, HR Marketing, Knowledge Management, Digital Culture and Social Business
  • Professional seminars: speaking in public, crisis communication, business plan, project management, 360° communication, studies (quantitative and qualitative), media planning, and communication assessment
  • Records of the Observatory of Sciencescom. In 2009, the theme was "Thinking backwards in communication" or how to integrate the concept of communicating in participatory communication strategies. In this context, I wrote several articles on knowledge management and innovation participatory
  • European Seminar: 3 weeks in London, Berlin and Madrid (March-April 2009)
    Visits to companies, academic conferences and workshops with students.
    Goal: acquire an intercultural approach of communication and marketing and compare practices
  • Research monograph performed on the topic: "Organizational innovation, end or rebirth of the internal communication function? "- Available on request.