Baptiste Petit, a former MBA Sports Management student, looks back on his career and professional experience at Lacoste.
Before joining MBA ESG, Baptiste began his studies in Business and Management at Audencia. This background allowed him to acquire varied skills in areas such as sales, negotiation, and marketing. And thanks to this experience, he was able to set foot into the professional world by doing two internships for the sports brand Kappa.
Read below what Baptiste has to say about his experience with MBA ESG.
“I always had a professional project to work on in the world of sport. After two professional experiences in this world, it strengthened my choice. It was then that it seemed relevant to me to move towards an MBA specializing in marketing and sport to access training that is professional, practical, and operational to develop my marketing and management skills while continuing to expand my network in the field of sport.
I then chose to integrate into MBA ESG because the training was well-ranked at the level of specialized training in sport. In addition, the school is located in Paris where the sports sector is highly developed with many major players in the market. In hindsight, what I really appreciated in the training was its professionalization. I worked on many projects such as emergency seminars, consistent with our training, whose format was closest to the reality of the world of work. I also enjoyed learning alongside quality, legitimate speakers in their fields of activity.
During my training at MBA ESG, I completed a one-year internship in the Lacoste brand’s French marketing department. It was an excellent opportunity for me to discover a new sector of activity. My various missions have met my expectations. I have personally evolved independently, with anticipation, and also professionally by developing and completing 360° skills in marketing, while gaining experience and maturity in project management.”
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