Fauconnier+Selfslagh

menu menu menu
close
About us

Ceci n'est pas un consultant.

Many business consultants excel at PowerPoint wisdom. With processes and frameworks, they paint futures that are as predictable as they are profitable. Yet, so many of their analytics end up gathering dust in the CEO’s office. Not because they don’t contain value - but because they miss something essential. A soul.

Fauconnier+Selfslagh delivers business advice that sets people into motion. We rely on data just as much as other consultants, but we bridge them into brand narratives that can be embraced. By both clients and employees.

Schema Business + Brand

We call this gap in the market Left and right brain consultancy. A balance of rational rigour and heartfelt empathy. Of data-driven analysis and creative insights. Of understanding what a company needs and knowing how to touch people's hearts. Of Fauconnier and Selfslagh, thus.

Schema Business + Brand

Left and right brain power.

Marc Fauconnier is one of Belgium’s most respected creative entrepreneurs. He boasts an impressive track record as brand whisperer and has served brands such as Proximus, Toyota, Volvo, Bacardi-Martini, Ageas, Axa and Engie. During the past 20 years, Marc was CEO of communication agency FamousGrey – of which he is still chairman today. Under his leadership, FamousGrey was voted four times as Agency of the Year. In 2016, Marc was awarded the honorary title of Master Marketeer. His fellow CEOs recently voted him as chairman of the ACC Belgium (Association of Communication Agencies).

Marc Fauconnier

Stef Selfslagh is a renowned and award-winning creative director who has worked for reputable advertising agencies such as Duval Guillaume and Boondoggle. Some of the campaigns he contributed to were included in the book Game Changers - a reference work celebrating campaigns that revolutionised the marketing industry. Having led multidisciplinary brand teams, Stef feels at home where strategy meets creativity and analysis meets imagination. Since 2015 he has been writing interviews, long reads and columns for De Morgen.

Stef Selfslagh
Marc Fauconnier
Stef Selfslagh

Get in touch.