What is your role at Ekibio?
I am a Graphic Designer at Ekibio’s studio. I work with a team of 4 other people.
What does your job entail?
I deal with packaging design, ads for magazines, catalogues, logos, illustration, any kind of communication documents for the sales reps, as well as photos and videos... It’s quite diverse.
Can you tell us about your background?
I studied communication but I always had an artistic side and I love drawing and graphic design. I came across a job ad for a graphic designer at Ekibio, I sent in my application and I’ve been working here for 8 years now!
What skills do you think are needed to do your job?
You have to be patient, know how to compromise and be very creative. You have to constantly come up with new ideas and be inquisitive and on-the-ball.
What made you want to come and work for Ekibio?
The geographic location first of all, I am from Ardèche and so I’m not far from the office. The job is also really interesting, I never get bored. Plus, I love working in the organic sector. As a vegan myself, I live by the same values as Ekibio in terms of diet and ecology.
What do you like about your job?
Above all, I love the diversity. I work with different people, several brands and ranges and on so many different media. I do a bit of everything really. I also enjoy working in the food industry because you have to be creative, innovate, outdo the competition and it’s quite challenging.
You’ve been working for Ekibio for 8 years now so you must have seen some changes within the company?
Yes, at first it was a small family business and today, I’m working for a company that is well-known on an international scale. The number of employees has doubled, I have definitely seen some big changes. I have also evolved a lot within my job.
Why do you think Ekibio is a human enterprise?
There’s a great atmosphere at Ekibio and it feels like being part of a big family, a village where everyone knows each other. Ekibio’s values are also honourable and their CSR policy makes the well-being of employees a priority. We are lucky to be able to work in these conditions.