New Networking Links Created with France
Monday 3 April 12:02
The Busy Queen Bee partner with Normandie Welcome Association
Following the new arrival of Audrey Lescot, a Norman bee, freshly arrived from New York, who joined the Busy Queen Bee team a month ago, things are already buzzing to create new link with France.
Audrey is specialized in Marketing and Social Media. She worked in Paris for DBAPPAREL Lingerie Group (Dim-Playtex-Wonderbra-Shock Absorber) and Danone group. She spent the past 2 years buzzing in the Big Apple as she always had a passion for traveling and facing new challenges. A year ago, she launched her own company, Little Normandy, an online store dedicated to sell handmade and unique jewelry inspired by the Norman landscapes and culture
Audrey was already a member of the Association and a passionate Ambassador and following a recent visit to the AGM of Normandie Welcome, in Caen, on 17th March, we are now partnering with the association to offer local businesses a chance to increase their connections and visibility in Normandie.
“It’s an exciting opportunity for Jersey Businesses to start building relationships with Normandie businesses, promoting their products and services in France but also being able to use Normandie Welcome connections to even expand further said Audrey.
“I am thrilled to have joined The Busy Queen Bee’s team, Claire wanted to do more for small companies, helping them online, offline and developing their opportunities abroad, in France especially, but…well she only has 2 wings! So putting our forces together was the solution!”
Claire Boscq-Scott established The Busy Queen Bee brand in 2009 and has more than 25 years’ global experience in the customer services industry.
“The mystery shopping division of the business now caters to more than 40 companies, across four islands, with 85 professionally trained mystery shoppers. We also offer extensive training programs in customer service, speed buzzing events and most recently, launched the book, Thrive with The Hive,” said Claire.
“I am very proud of The Busy Queen Bee brand and having Audrey on-board is going to help growing the business globally and offer new services for our local businesses especially opening the French Market, which is very exciting.”
Audrey is passionate about photography and blogging about Normandy, her travel in the US and Jersey Channel Islands. As protecting the environment and species is an important cause for her she also joined Durrell as a volunteer.
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