Sustainable Capitalism, the book

Sustainable Capitalism, an oxymoron that I enjoy serving to people in the professional environment. Because you see, my passion for more than 20 years has been planning and implementing strategic business development plans. I made a job of it. But I am also fully aware of my natural and social environment. Combining both sensitivities in a dynamic way allowed me to find meaning in the conduct of business.


Thus, what I call Sustainable Capitalism is simultaneously a method of operation and a specific mindset. It is the result of the amalgamation of reproducible lessons from my experience as an employee and an entrepreneur. Each stage of my journey, each performance or setback, has fueled and anchored this unique approach; It has the advantage of being particularly fruitful for professionals and society.

It is because my approach to business has always allowed  exceptional performance for my partners and myself that I have decided to distribute it.

Thus, my consulting firm ND Consultant exists to help companies achieve their economic objectives through individual and collective performance of their employees. As you will see, we provide an alternative approach to conducting business. Because it brings value to all stakeholders, namely, individuals involved in development, companies, and their community.


My passion for management has made me experience various professional environments. From transport to luxury, from archiving to trading, from insurance to events, and today corporate hospitality, few sectors are completely foreign to me. In several countries in Europe, or sub-Saharan Africa, I had the privilege of collaborating with companies and people from different cultures and backgrounds.

All these encounters and experiences, I have chosen to list and organize them, and to share them in an economic and social essay, named after this approach to business. Why? Undoubtedly in order to widen the field of possibilities, and to propose new levers for value creation in business and within our communities.

So do not hesitate to read the book, comment and question the process! Let’s talk.