CRiCri, CRC’s “positive sharing” mascot


As 2023 draws to a close, CRiCri (or simply Cricri) begins his journey through the CRC laboratories.

But who is Cricri? Cricri is CRC’s mascot bear for “positive sharing”, a concept that comes to us straight from Denmark, and arrived at CRC on the initiative of Marie-Noëlle Navas, our Prevention Officer.

According to its inventor, the object of positive sharing, our Cricri, highlights all the positive actions that people in a company carry out for each other.

In practice, Cricri is passed on from one colleague to another each week, as a thank-you for a positive action carried out by one for the other, whatever that action may be: help, support, explanation, service rendered… or just communicative good humor… there’s no shortage of positive actions.

Jean-Emmanuel Hugonnet, Professor at Sorbonne University and researcher in the laboratory of Michel Arthur, is Cricri’s first host.

At CRC, Cricri began its journey with Jean-Emmanuel Hugonnet, University Professor in Michel Arthur’s team, who has been a great help to his colleagues during recent work at CRC. In a week’s time, he’ll have to choose whom he’d like to thank and pass Cricri on to him. We’ll be following our mascot’s journey, complete with photos.

If you too would like to follow Cricri, please visit CRC’s social networks, X and LinkedIn