Raoul launched Exposure in 1993 with a view to creating brand fame and positive word of mouth via the influence of his network. With offices in London, New York, and Tokyo, current clients include Levi’s®, Nike, Coca-Cola, Heineken, Dr. Martens, Barbour, Netflix, The London Eye, Uniqlo, Converse and Casio. Exposure describes its purpose as ‘making brands culturally relevant’ delivered through a combination of specialist communications teams covering public relations, digital, social media, design, brand experiences and content.
He has an on going role consulting for charity and members' club The House of St Barnabas, he is a part of The London Design Festival advisory board and, in 2014, he launched Tincan, London’s first restaurant serving 25 varieties of the best tinned seafood in the world. From 2008 to 2014, he served as Trustee of the British Council and, from 2009 to 2011, he was a member of the Promote London Council working with the Mayor’s office to establish a single promotional organisation for the capital called London and Partners. He is an avid collector of ‘Do Not Disturb’ signs and customised skateboards.