Emilie Floch
Emilie FlochOrigem co-founder
For Emilie, a curious, imaginative and pragmatic engineer, sustainable development is a wonderful driver for innovation and growth. For 8 years, she worked as a consultant in CSR and sustainable development. Along with being a technical expert, Emilie was also a project manager and a team leader in charge of complex projects.

She is particularly interested in supply chains sustainability assessment, from the raw material extraction phase to the products end-of-life. After supporting many companies with their environmental assessments, and eco-design approaches, she was part of the development of a scheme that puts life-cycle thinking at the heart of companies. For instance, Emilie implemented tools like the organization environmental footprint or environmental profit and loss account to allow companies to measure their global environmental impacts and make informed decisions.

Before Origem, Emilie was a manager in the Sustainable Development department for PwC. She supported the integration of environmental, social and societal stakes in companies’ strategies driven by innovation and value creation on the following issues:

  • Environmental performance assessment for products and organizations, support in eco-design;
  • Strategic support related to Corporate Social Responsibility;
  • Audit of non-financial data and credibility in CSR approaches;
  • Assessment of environmental risks in investments projects.
  • Environmental services (Degremont, Vinci Environnement)
  • Energy (Alstom, Albioma)
  • Building sector (Saint Gobain)
  • Paper indutry (BolloréThinPapers, Hamelin)
  • Oil&Gas (Technip)
  • Hotel and restaurant industry (Accor, Sodexo)
  • Luxury and fashion (Kering)
  • Telecommunications (Orange)
  • Banking sector (La Banque Postale)

Worked in several foreign countries (USA, Canada, Brazil, Korea, China, Europe)

After completing her training as a general engineer (Centrale Nantes, 2007) Emilie wanted to focus on supporting companies in their sustainable development approach.

Therefore, she completed her training with a specialty in Environment and sustainable strategies in the McGill University (Montreal).

Part of her professional experience was to work for Veolia Water in Brazil, which increased her will to work in an international context.

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