David Tevib, an entrepreneur raising Neem’s handball to European levels

Posted on July 11, 2022 at 11:10 am

His story started pretty badly. David Tevib was born on March 15, 1970 in Neem to two 15-year-old parents, but was too young to take care of him. He was raised by his maternal grandmother today in the working class district of Kemin Bas Davinyon, weakened by drug trafficking and violence. We weren’t there in the 1970s, but children whose father is from Algeria are treated daily by school teachers as “little boogunols” and have to rely solely on themselves to promote themselves. I immediately understood. Socially.

As a kid, he organized a neighborhood movie club at his grandmother’s house and set up his first business. “At 5 francs, the kids were entitled to a Savant share and a cartoon and” Zoro “screening,” he laughs. The profits will be invested in the acquisition of videocassettes, which will cultivate a constantly alive passion for movies.

Patented process

Despite asthma, a talented teenager with handball, Tevib goes beyond the school bench. After CAP-BEP accounting, he “wants to get back to work with a view to financial independence.” He has established himself as a seller of video recorders. At the age of 24, he became a partner in Neem’s Video Club and created a flat-rate subscription system with access to an unlimited number of cassettes. A type of Netflix last year.

The concept was popular with customers and eventually freed from slow penalties. “We played with volume and loyalty,” he explains. This clever business method favors banks, despite his atypical resume. In 2003, in collaboration with Laurent Pumiglia, he created FTP Labo, a scroll panel ad display service provider, from a patented fixing process that connects panel posters and adapts them to assembly machines. Asian-made products based on plastics and adhesives are sold to ClearChannel or JCDecaux.

Involvement in the city

France’s five small structures have achieved his secret “millions of euros” in sales, 20% of which are exported. FTP Labo is currently working on a new anti-graffiti technology that is more environmentally friendly.

In his book, “Everything is Always Possible,” published last year, he portrays a form of anger to withdraw from his social environment. “David is a huge hard worker and he already works at 4 or 5 in the morning. One day is two days,” says one of his close friends, Frédéric Vialon. This allowed him to move the mountains for business, but he was also able to take over the handball club Usamneemguard 10 years ago.His goal to raise the club to European level in three or four years while he was vegetating in two yearse The division is mainly achieved.

Today, the number of partners has increased from 40 to 160, and in 2019 we invited Michaël Guigou from Montpellier, one of the best players in the world. Usam will be competing in the Europa League next season as well. “David Tevib knew where he wanted to go and slipped Neem entrepreneur Vincent Martin. He knew how to transform Parnassus. [la salle où se déroulent les matchs, NDLR] By making money from the business side in the cauldron. »»

The father of two daughters, 17 and 22, 50-year-old Usam is also a tool for acting in the city. At roundtables at schools and universities in disadvantaged areas of Neem, he, along with athletes and coaches, gives the key to success, such as “respect, value of work, and each place in the organization.” Through a partnership with his guard department, Usam is also open to college students. For the 2022-2023 season, David Tebib will create a Senior Women section.

This area of ​​Chemin-Bas d’Avignon is part of myself.

David Tebib Associate Manager at FTP Labo

His role as President of the National Professional Sports League Association also urges him to raise important issues with the Minister of Sports, such as the fight against piracy and doping and the 2024 Olympics in Paris. Revenge has failed. In the 2020 city council elections in Neem, his list was invested by LREM and subsequently won 5.39% of the votes after the investment was stopped.

David Tevib often returns to “Kemin Bus” to see “a butcher-like shopper, a colorful character that makes me laugh,” as he says. This neighborhood is part of who I am. “

Important date:

-March 15, 1970: Birth in Neem-2003: Founding of his company, FTP Lab-2012: Becoming President of Usam Neemguard-2020: Unsuccessful in Neem’s local elections Candidates-2020-2021: League National Interim President Handball-March 2021: Elected President of the National Professional Sports League Association-October 2021: “Everything is always possible” with Valerie Rossellini (Pron edition) Announced