About

hi!

hi!

Hi, I am Armel BILE, a french woman based in Paris, france, with 15 years experience in sustaining the development and the sell of technology product in the high tech industry through Product Marketing & Marketing activities. Welcome to my blog!

Why this blog?

I decided to start this blog for several reasons:

  1. as a self development tool – the best way for me to remember something I learn is to pass it to others,
  2. as a lab to experiment with branding and web marketing techniques,
  3. as part of my daily routing for collecting information and write in English.

What is in this blog?

This blog primary focus is on high tech and on marketing. Out of a curious mind, a few other subjects might reach publication. Among them are likely to be, Self Development, Graphical Design, Management, Tools I find useful, Innovation and Corporate Strategy.
I have chosen on purpose to focus this blog on professional source of interest and to stick to this as much as possible. So, my apologies for not sharing my love for all kind of music, for dancing, bread baking and other type of cooking.

Why such a name to this blog?

Oops, I almost forgot to say a word on the title of this blog “the thinking bamboo blog”. It is based on a quote from Blaise Pascal, a french philosopher “Man is but a reed, the most feeble thing in nature, but he is a thinking reed.” (L’homme n’est qu’un roseau, le plus faible de la nature, mais c’est un roseau pensant). Feeble but adaptive, bending and full of resources, thinking, made of values, dignity and learning from success and failures both.

What about commenting?

Bloging is about building conversations so not only I am looking forward for your feedback and your comments, but I am also interested in knowing more about you, and in content you might want to share or add here.  Please feel free to mail me here “armel.bile [at] gmail.com“.


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One Response to About

  1. Larry says:

    An excellent start. Don’t hesitate to recommend good bread recipes.

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