Jeremy joined the Edelman Brussels office in July, 2018. His expertise lies in corporate communications, crisis communications, restructurings, media relations and reputation management.
In the last decade, Jeremy has advised (inter)national companies and organizations, as well as federal and regional administrations. He has also led media trainings, messaging workshops and crisis simulations.
Jeremy previously held senior positions at Ketchum, Burson-Marsteller and akkanto. As a senior consultant, he led companies and public organizations through mergers, restructurings and other major changes (e.g. 3M, Bel, Carrefour, Caterpillar, Club, Delhaize, HeidelbergCement, Hills Pet Nutrition, Lundbeck, MacTac Europe, McCain, Radisson Hotel Group, Saint-Gobain, Shell, Total…).
Over the past years, Jeremy supported the communication activities of various financial institutions active in Belgium and Luxembourg, including Triodos Bank (one of the world's leading sustainable banks), KBL European Private Bankers (private banking group), Puilaetco Dewaay (private banking), Sofina (investment holding company), BNP Paribas Fortis (major Belgian bank) and Mastercard. His current client portfolio also includes PayPal and Athora Holding.
Jeremy has a strong track record in corporate communications after having worked in-house for The Coca-Cola Company and Unilever. His skills in media relations stem from his experience as a freelance journalist for two Belgian daily newspapers.
Jeremy holds a Master’s Degree in Corporate communication and public relations (cum laude) from Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.
His master’s dissertation demonstrates the correlation between the reputation of a company and the reputation of its Chief Executive Officer.
Jeremy is a native French speaker, fluent both in English and Dutch.