Alex Robini starts her career in journalism in 1996. She is 19 years old and works for ABC News, the information department of the American television network, ABC (American Broadcasting Company).It...
Alex Robini starts her career in journalism in 1996. She is 19 years old and works for ABC News, the information department of the American television network, ABC (American Broadcasting Company).
It is the first of many enriching experiences in London and France made possible by her perfect bilingualism and dual culture. Alex has an English mother and French father.
She interviews experts on stage during product presentations for brands such as L'Oreal, Sanofi Pasteur, Valeo , BASF. In corporate films, brand managers (Braun) and project managers (Grand Lyon Habitat) answer her questions.
At the Aircraft Interiors trade fairs in Hamburg, she is a recurrent facilitator of Gerflor, Batiflex and Tarabus seminars. She is chosen to host a new type of interactive workshop for Nestlé.
With humour and energy, Alex also hosts gala dinners (APRR; Bayer CropScience) and award ceremonies (Urgo , Bouygues).
Alex presents the new Chopard collections at press conferences during Baselworld (Switzerland) and fronts fashion shows such Mondial Coiffure Beauté and Paris Hair Days at the Carousel du Louvres.
Her journalistic knowledge and years of experience enable Alex to host, with the appropriate tone, conventions dealing with sensitive issues such as the implementation of a business plan (Valeo) or of new business projects (SEB; BASF; ALDES).
Alex is the host of Time TV, a program dedicated to luxury watches filmed in Geneva.
In 2013, she writes and voices the narration for the documentary Gig Street, "The French Nouvelle Orléans”.
She knows how to adapt to different types of audiences, how to lead a debate and a question & answer session while putting the interviewees at ease.
Alex is friendly, reliable and full of energy, an avid news consumer with a curious, ordered mind and an acute sense of humour.