Phil Jeudy

Phil Jeudy

Phil is Director at Baywatch Lab, a ZTP Company, seeking business and technologic partnership in Retail, e-commerce and customer experience. ZTP stands for « Ze Twelfth Player », located in Lille, North of France. Our mission is to facilitate the introduction of innovations into the Association Familiale Mulliez’s corporations.

Phil started his career in finance and IT positions in subsidiaries of companies like Vinci or Electrolux, mainly in construction and retail (BtoB and BtoC), mostly in charge of organizational projects, then join SEGA to be responsible of Southern Europe territories for the mobile gaming business unit based in London.

Since 2007, Phil is developing lobbying activities for European companies interested to develop their activities with tech leaders in Silicon Valley. He’s Advisor for startups in various industries, but mostly connected with technology.

The Latest from Phil Jeudy

@GeeknRolla: Zyb founder Tommy Ahlers warns start-ups to think before a big exit

It’s one thing getting funding for your start-up, but when’s the best time to exit? Tommy Ahlers, founder and CEO of mobile contacts app Zyb, which was sold to Vodafone in 2008 for €31.5

@GeeknRolla: DriveK wants to be the Kayak for new cars

DriveK says it isn’t just a new car configuration platform. The site, officially launching today at GeeknRolla, says “it’s like Kayak or MoneySuperMarket but for new cars and light c

@GeeknRolla: Cutefund points the way to crowdsourced mutual fund invesments

CuteFund is a “crowdscourced mutual fund”. And the big difference between this and other mutual funds is it has no fund manager – each user can vote for stocks and controls investmen

@GeeknRolla: Image recognition start-up Cortexica launches visual wine finder

<img src="" class="shot2" />This is a bio-inspired image recognition business spun out of Imperial College London, in February 2009. After six and a h

@GeeknRolla: How to hire staff for your start-up with coffee and ruthlessness

Hire early, hire often, but hire the right people. That’s the advice from Pete Smith, co-founder of music concert alert service Songkick, who told the assembled GeeknRolla crowd that “Ever