Who is Frédéric Deborsu?
Frédéric is a true journalist and a little bit hyperactive. After 10 years as a sports journalist at public broadcaster RTBF and a brief foray into entertainment, he is now an investigative journalist for the programme ‘Questions à la Une’.
He is perfectly bi-lingual and specialises in the relationship between Wallonia and Flanders. He also works for the VRT and writes columns for newspapers and magazines. He uses humour, intelligence and a direct style to bring life to any debate.
We would hereby like to thank you and Frédéric once again for the fantastic experience before and during the event.
Frédéric was very good again, in his own ‘natural manner’ of presentation, which is welcoming and serious at the same time: it generated a pleasant atmosphere and dynamism in an audience that is known to tire quickly!
Hopefully we will have another opportunity to listen to him soon…
Market Development – Event organiser Vivium
The presentation by Frédéric Deborsu at the Trends CFO of the Year Award event flowed very smoothly. We were very pleased with Frédéric Deborsu's presentation as well as his professional preparation.
Event Manager Roularta
The lecture by Frédéric Deborsu was very good. It was well-founded and delivered in a fascinating manner, but also had room for humour. The one hundred guests truly enjoyed it. And people continued to discuss the lecture during the gathering afterwards. I think, and am fairly sure, that this afternoon will help to slightly erase the ‘border’ between Wallonia and Flanders.
Bond Gepensioneerden Boerenbond (pensioners’ association)
Frédéric Deborsu is a pleasant and interesting speaker who was able to fascinate a hall of 70 people. He didn’t restrict himself to a monologue, but also asked the audience questions and involved them in an interactive and humorous manner. The public was invited to participate, and this resulted in many questions and discussions afterwards. A great experience!
International coordination team Kind en Gezin, Brussels
Frederic Deborsu was able to fascinate the audience from the very first sentence: he used charm and humour while showing how Wallonia had developed over the centuries. In short, I would recommend him to everyone.