Our speakers 2019 | Tech4Islands | French Tech Polynesia

Our international stakeholders and innovation experts

Click on the image and get to know the iconic personalities and innovation experts participating in the Digital Festival Tahiti and / or are members of the Final Jury of our great international competition Tech4Islands Awards.

Olivier GASTON

OCTA Executive Committee (Association of all Overseas Countries and Territories)

Co-founder & CEO
Member of the Tech4Islands Awards Jury


Olivier GASTON

After advising the President of the Territorial Council of Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon on international, economic and innovation issues, Olivier GASTON is the chair of the Executive Committee of OCTA (Association of all the Overseas Countries and Territories), which has boosted programs related to innovation, sustainable energy and climate change.

An economist by training, expert on territorial projects for the Ministry of Sustainable Development, he is specialized in economic development strategies and in the management of European funds.

As director of the Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon development agency, he initiated the innovation policy and designed the Network Entrepreneurial Initiatives Forum (FIER SPM), winner of a European call for projects.

He has also contributed to the economic diversification of the Archipelago, with tourism development and the creation of a spirits sector, in a territory in industrial crisis which has returned to full use.

Fleur PELLERIN

Korelya Capital

Co-founder - former Minister
Member of the Tech4Islands Awards Jury


Fleur PELLERIN

Co-founder and associate director of the investment fund KORELYA CAPITAL, Fleur PELLERIN is the first personality of Asian origin to have been a minister in a French government.

Referendum advisor to the Court of Auditors from 2003 to 2016 and president of the 2010st Century Club from 2012 to 2012, Fleur PELLERIN was appointed Minister of SMEs Innovation and Digital Economy in XNUMX , that's when she launched the initiative French Tech.

Secretary of State in charge of Foreign Trade, Tourism Development and French people living abroad in April 2014, she was appointed Minister of Culture and Communication in the second government of Manuel Valls from August 26, 2014 to February 11, 2016 A few months after leaving the government, she left the senior civil service to join the private sector by taking the head of an investment fund.

Fleur is a graduate of ESSEC, the Institute of Political Studies and the National School of Administration.

Salwa TOKO

National Digital Council

Founder and CEO
Member of the Tech4Islands Awards Jury


Salwa TOKO

Salwa TOKO is the founder and president of the BECOMTECH association, and the President of the National Digital Council.

The CNNum is responsible for studying digital issues, in particular the challenges and prospects for the digital transition of society, the economy, organizations, public action and regions. It is placed with the Secretary of State responsible for digital.

After a career in West Africa, Salwa worked in Paris for the Agir contre exclusion Foundation (FACE), where she launched the Wifilles program, which aims to reduce the gender gap in the sectors of and engineering.

BECOMTECH was created with one and the same objective: to build the first European pipeline of future women engineers.

BECOMTECH strives to educate, inspire and equip high school girls and women with the skills and resources to seize the opportunities of the high-tech industry.

Ines LEONARDUZZI

Digital For The Planet

CEO
Member of the Tech4Islands Awards Jury


Ines LEONARDUZZI

Inès LEONARDUZZI has spent 10 years supporting companies and parliamentarians in the digital strategy in France and abroad. She is CEO of Digital For The Planet, a company focused on the development of sustainable deep tech, and a visiting professor at HEC and Telecom Paris Tech.

She is a director of companies in the field of renewable energy and an associate member of the National Institute of Circular Economy.

In 2019, she launched with MP Pierre-Alain Raphan the collective “IA for My People”, an inclusive educational project aimed at democratizing the challenges of artificial intelligence among the French.

Inès LEONARDUZZI is elected by several media future economic leader (La Tribune, Choiseul, Technikart, Elle Magazine…) and ranked among the digital geniuses by the economic magazine Capital.

She was selected in the prestigious Young Leader program of the Franco-British Embassy in London and Paris.

Stéphane DISTINGUIN

Grande École du Numérique & Fabernovel

Co-founder & CEO
Member of the Tech4Islands Awards Jury


Stéphane DISTINGUIN

French entrepreneur and activist in the digital, cultural and creative industries, Stéphane Distinguin heads the FABERNOVEL group that he created in 2003.

FABERNOVEL now has 350 talents on 3 continents (US, Europe, Asia) and supports nearly 80% of the CAC40 as well as major international groups in their digital transformation and their innovation trajectory. FABERNOVEL also launches and supports startups such as Digitick, KissKissBankBank, Offices to share or Urban Campus.

Stéphane Distinguin is also at the origin of La Cantine, 1st coworking in Europe, place of exchange and sharing for the actors of the Parisian ecosystem and Le Camping, one of the first accelerators of startups in the world.

Stéphane Distinguin chairs the Grande École du Numérique, which trains no less than 10.000 young people each year in digital professions.

He was part of the expert group tasked by the Government with proposing changes to the system of direct aid to innovation.

Marie VILON

French Tech Mission

Head of Community
Member of the Tech4Islands Awards Jury


Marie VILON

Marie VILON is Head of Community of the French Tech Mission. Expert in communities, marketing & digital communication, she is responsible for the communities of the French Tech network in France and abroad.

Born in Paris, Marie is a globetrotter who has lived in 4 French cities, 6 countries abroad and visited more than 70 countries.

Marie first cut her teeth in French media, as an Image Journalist then Community Manager, before turning to the digital ecosystem, by creating the digital team of a startup.

Her passion for tech and the international then led her to Dublin, to Google, as responsible for the communities and programs of experts produced in EMEA and LATAM. In the meantime, she is implementing the Social Media strategy for the Cannes Festival.

Back in Paris, she developed the digital training program “Google Ateliers Numériques” and managed Google's partnership with the Paris Peace Forum.

She joined French Tech in 2019, as Head of French Tech Community.

Marc SIMON

SUEZ France

Innovation Director
Member of the Tech4Islands Awards Jury


Marc SIMON

After 3 years of consulting at Accenture, Marc Simon has been involved in environmental protection within Suez for 25 years.

He has developed extensive international experience as manager of water infrastructure projects in Europe, Africa and Asia, then as Managing Director of Suez Water in Australia - New Zealand for 5 years.

Marc SIMON then took charge of the development of the Water and Recycling & Recovery activities for the Mediterranean regions of Suez France. Today, he heads innovation at Suez Eau France and also leads the development of Suez solutions for the protection of the oceans involving private, public and associative partnerships.

Thomas Fouquet

National Center for Space Studies

Advisor to the Innovation Director
Member of the Tech4Islands Awards Jury


Thomas Fouquet

Thomas Fouquet is an Engineer, Doctor of Physics and holds an MBA.

After a career as a researcher (plasma physics applied to fusion energy) and entrepreneur in technologies (co-founders of companies in biotech, digital, in particular) in California, Thomas joined CNES in June 2017 as Advisor to the Director - Innovation, Applications & Science.

Tea FROGIER

Government of French Polynesia

Minister in charge of Digital
Member of the Tech4Islands Awards Jury


Tea FROGIER

Holder of a doctorate in organic chemistry at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis under the supervision of Mr. Roger GUEDJ, Ms. Tea FROGIER has focused her research work on the synthesis of chemical molecules.

In 2000, she was appointed research delegate for French Polynesia. President of the Ethics Committee of French Polynesia in 2010, then representative of French Polynesia on the National Committee of the French Initiative for Coral Reefs in 2011, Ms. Tea FROGIER received the insignia of Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur on 3 July 2014 awarded by Michel Laurent, President of the Research Institute for Development.

Since September 2014 until today, Mrs. FROGIER assumes the functions of Minister and composes the Government of French Polynesia. Since then, various portfolios have been entrusted to it such as employment, social dialogue, solidarity, the status of women, the public service and education.

Since May 2018, Ms. Tea FROGIER has been Minister of Modernization of the Administration, in charge of energy and digital.

Daniel HIERSO

Overseas Network

Co-founder & CEO
Member of the Tech4Islands Awards Jury


Daniel HIERSO

Daniel Hierso is President and co-founder of the Outre-Mer Network, Vice-President of La Nouvelle PME.

He has directed and organized the JDS sessions since 2014.

Very involved in popularizing entrepreneurship in the so-called priority neighborhoods of the city and in Overseas France, Outre-Mer Network has helped to create a physical network for more than 4.600 entrepreneurs, advised and or funded more than 400 projects since 2009.

Daniel Hierso also co-founded with Said Hammouche and Aude de Thuin, the “Osons la banlieue” Forum in 2015.

Arnaud LEROY

Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME)

Co-founder & CEO


Arnaud LEROY

Arnaud LEROY was appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME) by decree of March 14, 2018.

A graduate in maritime law, international law of the sea and protection of the marine environment, Arnaud LEROY began his career at the European Parliament as parliamentary assistant, then in 2001 became Secretary General of the French Greens delegation. In 2004, he was appointed to the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), where he is in charge of the protection of the marine environment and issues related to climate change. In 2005, he joined the Socialist Party and the Federation of French Abroad. Elected deputy for the fifth constituency of French people living outside France in 2012, he sat for 5 years on the Commission for Sustainable Development and Regional Planning and on the Commission for European Affairs of the National Assembly, where he particularly follows the texts related to ecological and energy transition.

He is the author and rapporteur of the “Leroy law” proposal on the blue economy adopted in 2016, which includes measures to simplify and facilitate the recovery and development of the maritime economy. He also chaired the study group on climate change at the National Assembly and co-chaired the Bilan Carbone Association. He is also a member of the Executive Bureau of the Republic in March, in charge of international issues.

Catherine TESTA

Optimism - CHO Club

CEO - Co-founder


Catherine TESTA

An optimistic influencer on LinkedIn and Instagram, Catherine TESTA published in 2017 the best-seller “Dare Optimism” with Michel Lafon editions. She regularly works with companies and the media as an expert in optimism and the future of work.

With a Master's degree in Environmental Science and Engineering, Catherine TESTA worked for 10 years internationally in the environment and then in digital where she brought together companies to allow them to exchange good practices on subjects that the times were emerging.

Realizing then that the innovation of tomorrow would require links and a posture of action, she co-founded Optimism and Club CHO in 2017, one being the first site of positive initiatives in France and the another counterpart in the corporate world, the two seeking to highlight the invisible and to encourage everyone to act on their own scale.

Maxime LAFONT, PhD

Bioceanor

Technical and R&D Director
Winner of the Tech4Islands Awards 2019 Grand Prix


Maxime LAFONT, PhD

Maxime LAFONT is a doctor in environmental microbiology. During his doctorate, he worked on aquaculture issues and water quality management to limit the impact on marine cultures and the promotion of aquaculture.

Through his attachment to nature and particularly to the marine environment, Maxime joined Bioceanor from its creation in 2018.

Bioceanor's objective is to respond to the major challenge of preserving and understanding the environment in the face of global changes through the AquaREAL solution, which is the first connected underwater weather station equipped with artificial intelligence.

This innovation makes it possible to retrieve data from measurements on water quality in real time, 24 hours a day, 24 days a week, visible directly on a web interface.

Maxime is now technical director and head of research and development at Bioceanor.

Kevin Heremoana BESSON

LeadBees Technologies

Founder & CEO
Winner of the 2019 Special Overseas Prize by Tech4Islands Awards


Kevin Heremoana BESSON

Kevin Heremoana BESSON is a passionate IT and electronics entrepreneur. Coming from a family of farmers in Tahiti and self-taught, he trained early in digital techniques.

After several rich experiences in IT Security and Information Systems Management, he decided in 2014 to create his first company, Aware Systems, specializing in technologies applied to housing and smart buildings.

Very attached to Polynesian Nature and passionate about the bee, he founded LeadBees, the connected beekeeping management solution supporting beekeepers in the management of their farms. This tool exploits the latest technologies available on the market and makes them available to beekeepers and farmers in a simple and intuitive way.

In January 2018 and after a worldwide selection, Kevin was selected to join the first class of the “Fighters” program at Station F, the largest startup campus in the world, in order to develop LeadBees.

Olivier PALMIERI

Ubisoft

Director of Atelier XR Ubisoft


Olivier PALMIERI

Atelier XR aims to research applied innovation, and to develop projects using Extended Reality technologies (Augmented, Virtual and Mixed Reality).

Game Director at Ubisoft Montreal, Olivier is the creator of Eagle Flight, the first virtual reality game published by Ubisoft and winner of the DICE 2017, prize for technical achievement in immersive reality.

He has worked in the video game industry since 1998, as Creative Director, Game Director, Level Design Director and International Design Trainer.

Olivier has worked on various AAA projects (The Rayman series, Ghost Recon, Assassin's Creed, Far Cry, etc.).

Expert in Gameplay, Game Design & Level Design and Virtual Reality, he is also an advanced international trainer of game and level design methods, for the Ubisoft Design Academy, for more than 600 designers already in place.

Its goal is to make the most of the strengths of virtual reality to create fun, intuitive and immersive experiences.

Sylvie FURE

Business France

Cleantech Service Manager


Sylvie FURE

In charge of supporting French companies in their international development for 30 years, Sylvie FURÉ has ​​developed her expertise in the worlds of industry, tourism, sports, health and decoration.

After five years in the Business France Vietnam office, she joined Business France Paris to lead the activity on the Art de Vivre and then Cleantech perimeters (environment, energy transition, sustainable city, architecture and building).

Paul DUAN

Bayes Impact

Founder & President


Paul DUAN

Paul Duan is a young entrepreneur who founded in April 2014 the NGO Bayes Impact whose mission is to put technology at the service of the "common good".

This association uses AI and data science in particular to create citizen public services and "create impact on a large scale" through its solutions. With its Bob Emploi tool, through big data, algorithms and people, the association helps unemployed people to speed up their job search and improve their employability.

Paul published in June 2018 a brilliant note: "A Pact for a citizen public service" which proposes an alliance between the citizen entrepreneurs who are ready to recognize themselves in the values ​​of the public service, and the States which vouch for it and make their infrastructure available in exchange (data, distribution, financing).

The challenge is that social innovation is not simply a matter of supporting solutions on the fringes of the system, but that mechanisms are created to help them scale up and provide a response to our major societal challenges. 'today.

Maëva TORDO

Blue Factory ESCP Europe

headmistress


Maëva TORDO

Director since 2011 of Blue Factory, the incubator of ESCP Europe, Maëva Tordo develops support programs for student and graduate entrepreneurs at each phase of their project maturity.

Within these programs, his expertise focuses more particularly on pitch, creativity and individual and collective soft skills.

The Blue Factory is one of the founding members of the Boussole, an association aiming to bring together the guides of entrepreneurs in France.

Maëva Tordo also co-founded NOISE, an association promoting social innovation, and is one of the founding partners of Social Bar, a social enterprise dedicated to conviviality and social links based in Paris.

Pierre-Emmanuel LOUVET

SUEZ Group

Business Development Smart Solutions


Pierre-Emmanuel LOUVET

After 8 years of consulting at Accenture and Atos Consulting in the Telecom and Utilities sector, Pierre-Emmanuel Louvet joined SUEZ Smart Solutions in 2011, the digital subsidiary of the SUEZ group, as pre-sales engineer and “Smart Metering” product manager. ".

Within the Business Development Department of SUEZ Smart Solutions, he is now in charge of the commercial development of SUEZ's digital activities in Central Europe, Belgium and Overseas.

Céline CHARPIOT-ZAPOLSKY

Linagora & La French Tech Vietnam

Vice-President


Céline CHARPIOT-ZAPOLSKY

Member of La French Tech Vietnam, Céline CHARPIOT-ZAPOLSKY joined the LINAGORA group after a career at Capgemini, as Sales Director.

In 2015, she created the Vietnamese subsidiary of LINAGORA and took on its General Management.

Passionate about international affairs, in 2017 she was appointed Foreign Trade Advisor and in 2018 Vice-President of the France-Vietnam Business Council.

Convinced that knowledge sharing is a key in the development of a more inclusive and respectful digital technology, in 2016 she founded the OpenHackademy, a large Digital School dedicated to Free Software, with a particular focus on the place of women and young people. upgraded in the digital ecosystem in France and internationally.

Yves EONNET

TagPay

CEO & Co-Founder


Yves EONNET

Yves EONNET is the CEO and Co-founder of TagPay, a fintech that has developed a Digital Banking System. He has been passionate about banking innovation for 25 years. Yves EONNET worked for 15 years as Director of Innovation at Gemalto / Schlumberger, particularly on the adoption of smart cards (Visa and Mastercard).

Yves regularly speaks as a speaker at international conventions, notably Money 20/20 USA (2018), Paris Fintech Forum (2019), Afro-Asian Banking Forum (2019) and VivaTech (2019).

He also wrote “Fintech: Banks Strike Back”, which explains why digital banks will soon be reinventing banking.

Farid HUMBLOT

Simplon.co

Director of Special Operations and Overseas


Farid HUMBLOT

A graduate of EDHEC Business School, Farid HUMBLOT began his career in Amsterdam with a monetization startup before joining La Réunion as Head of Economic Development for the digital sector within Digital Réunion.

Since 2015, he joined Simplon.co and takes care of overseas development as Overseas Director of Simplon.co.

Since 2018, he has been in charge of Simplon's transversal projects such as the creation of the CFA Simplon and projects around the resilience of territories.

Gaël MUSQUET

HAND - Hackers Against Natural Disasters

Founder


Gaël MUSQUET

Gaël MUSQUET is a Guadeloupe “hacktivist” committed to the prevention of major risks.

He is the founder of the crisis prevention NGO: HAND - Hackers Against Natural Disasters - which brings together technophile citizens for the prevention of natural disasters.

Made a Knight of the National Order of Merit in 2019, he supports institutions and businesses on a daily basis in improving population alert systems using free software and data.

Valérie MORIGNAT

Intelligent story

CEO


Valérie MORIGNAT

Originally from New Caledonia, Valérie Morignat is a Doctor from the University of Paris I and an expert certified by MIT in IA, Machine Learning and business strategy. She works in San Francisco where she is CEO of the artificial intelligence consulting firm Intelligent Story. Valérie is also a Senior Lecturer in Cinema and Digital Arts available at the University of Montpellier III.

After having been a digital innovation consultant for the Government of New Caledonia, Valérie headed the Design Experience and Innovation Interactive departments of a major American advertising agency in Silicon Valley.

She now advises business leaders and government agencies on the digital economy, innovative regional development, digital transformation, and the ethics of Artificial Intelligence.

Elodie DRAPERI

GiveVision

Co-founder


Elodie DRAPERI

# Tech4Good Entrepreneur

Through her career and her involvement in associations, Élodie has participated in the creation of many services and products with a strong societal impact (Dreal Aquitaine, MakeSense & GiveVision).

In 2011, his work on corporate sponsorship was rewarded by the French Ministry of Ecology.

For 3 years, she joined GiveVision, where she supported the development of the first product, SightPlus, a new generation of devices adapted for the visually impaired.

Élodie mobilized more than 2.000 testers and users, as well as partners to support the adoption of the product and its distribution in other countries.

In 2015, she received an award from TechPreneurs honoring women involved in digital. Since 2017, she has been a member of the Royal Society for the Arts in England which recognizes achievements that help improve social problems.

Originally from Tahiti, Elodie wishes to bring her expertise on accessibility and the use of new technologies for a more inclusive society.

Marek KAMINSKI

Polish Institute Marek Kamiński

Explorer and Social Innovator


Marek KAMINSKI

Marek KAMINSKI is a philosopher, explorer and social innovator. Guinness world record holder for being the first person to walk both the North Pole and the South Pole, without outside help, Marek is also known for the 2004 “Together to the Pole” expedition, conducted in a single year with two Poles and Jan Mela, a disabled teenager.

Founder of the Marek Kamiński Institute, he is working on an innovative futuristic project: traveling the world with a NOA robot. This project aims to study the interaction between human intelligence and artificial intelligence in isolated conditions while traveling the world.

The aim is to explore the cooperation between a human and a robot which could be useful in many other aspects of life.

Its project is based on three pillars: singularity, sustainability, social autonomy.

Laura HOSMAN - Ph.D.

SolarSPELL

Co-founder & Director


Laura HOSMAN - Ph.D.

Laura Hosman, Ph.D., is a professor at Arizona State University, as well as the co-founder and director of SolarSPELL, an offline solar-powered digital library for low-resource sites.

Its action-oriented work focuses on improving access to educational information worldwide through easy-to-use solar-powered technologies.

She also involves her students in all aspects of her work.

Bertrand JONQUOIS

Atsukè & Mobile Marketing Association France

Co-Founder & Administrator


Bertrand JONQUOIS

Entrepreneur and business creator, Bertrand JONQUOIS is co-founder of Atsukè, a leading French start-up in Mobile Ticketing for the Smart City.

He is a Director of the Mobile Marketing Association France in charge of the Mobile Commerce & Mobile Payment commission.

Bertrand JONQUOIS has also been, since September 2018, the Educational Manager of the “Digital Marketing & Data Analytics” Master at EMLV (Pôle Léonard de Vinci).

Didier PIERRAT-AGOSTINI

STEPSol

Co-founder & CEO


Didier PIERRAT-AGOSTINI

Entrepreneur working with Japan for 20 years, I developed a decentralized cooperation between Okinawa and Corsica, where I am from.

On this island, in 2013 I discovered the only marine water treatment plant in the world. Convinced that the deployment of this solution makes sense in Corsica, the idea is evolving towards the development of solar micro-STEP.

STEPSol, symbol of the marriage of the energies of water, sun and the environment, was created in 2016.

Stéphane CLAISSE

System Factory

Director


Stéphane CLAISSE

After 20 years between Naval Group and Thales as a military engineer, Stéphane CLAISSE is seconded by Naval Group and joins Toulon Var Technologie, the economic development agency of the Métropole de Toulon Provence Méditerranée.

Deputy Director of the Mediterranean Sea Cluster in 2014, he structured and created a new branch of Toulon Var Technologie in 2018: System Factory, the Complex Systems Engineering Station for the South Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur region.

At the end of 2018, he created with the DGA and the French Navy the first French naval defense cluster: the GIMNOTE (Innovation group for Naval Control in Operation through Technology and Experimentation), of which he became co-president.

System Factory Tahiti and Nouméa were immediately opened to boost innovation overseas by giving it access to metropolitan partners.

Jean-Claude ESCRIVA

SOFRINNOV

Co-founder & CEO


Jean-Claude ESCRIVA

Holder of a DESS in Innovation Management from IAE Toulouse, Jean-Claude ESCRIVA, 55, has worked for many years in SMEs and large industrial groups.

He has a wide spectrum of skills that range from woodworking to fuel cells to electronics.

He endorses the motto of Saint-Exupéry:
"In any field whatsoever, perfection is finally achieved not when there is nothing more to add but when there is nothing more to take away".

Jean-Marc SORNIN

ABYSSA

Founding President


Jean-Marc SORNIN

Jean-Marc SORNIN, Founder of ABYSSA, a deep seabed exploration company.

Dr in marine geology, researcher at IFREMER, created ECOCEAN in 1987 which merged with CREO, subsidiary IFREMER.

Founder in 1997 of the European GIE EUROPHAR, Foreign Trade Advisor of France, Chevalier du Mérite Maritime, 2005-2016 Scientific Council and Board of Directors of the University of La Rochelle, 2015-2018 Administrator of the Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique, member of the CMF.

Jeremy LADOUX

NauticSpot

Founding President


Jeremy LADOUX

- Travel Manager at Veolia: negotiation of rates for travel by group travelers.
- Air Fare Specialist at Egencia (Expedia Group): Airline negotiation + Yield Management in 10 European countries.
- Founder of Nauticspot: June 2017

Daniel VANETTI

Smart Futures

Co-founder & COO


Daniel VANETTI

Daniel is a serial entrepreneur accustomed to commercial relations and public / press relations passionate about circular economy and Smart City.

He has several projects to his credit in communication, and recently dedicated 3 years of work to the optimization of waste management in the Smart City and to relations with private and public players in the reuse and smart city sector. .

Benoît KLAJN

Highlab

CEO & Founder


Benoît KLAJN

Benoît Klajn, founder of Highlab, worked for nearly 12 years in a communication agency and in the Integrated Digital Marketing department.

Today, he supports agencies from all backgrounds and advertisers in the production and realization of digital experiences with high added value (VR, AR, Phygital, e-retail…).

Commonly known as “Creative Technology”, a leitmotif since the creation of the company, Benoît and his associates want this clever mix of innovation and customer experience in all of the files handled at Highlab Marketing.

Lionel GUILLAUME

OHRIZON

Founding President


Lionel GUILLAUME

Lionel Guillaume holds a Master's degree in Entrepreneurship (University of Bordeaux) and a Post-Master in Art and Mechanic of Information (Marseille School of Engineers) and founding President of OHRIZON.

OHRIZON, specialist in augmented reality, creates solutions for economic development, tourism and quality control for cultural and industrial heritage for its customers in Europe, Canada and Latin America.

Dany VERCAMER

Eukles

Export Director & Digital Transition Consultant


Dany VERCAMER

Auditor and trainer for companies and administrations of all categories, Dany has acquired real expertise in digital transition, dematerialization and documentary solutions.

Since 2016, responsible for international partnerships at Eukles, he has supported his local partners in the promotion and especially in the integration of innovative documentary solutions that meet the major challenges of organization, compliance and productivity.

Eukles, a subsidiary of Docaposte, Groupe La Poste, is a recognized specialist in Electronic Document Management (EDM), sending multichannel mail, backing up and securing documentary assets for all organizations.

Mélisande VIALARD & Gautier HAUSER

Crowds

Development & Communication managers


Mélisande VIALARD & Gautier HAUSER

Gautier holds a master's degree in strategy and organization consulting from EDHEC Business School. In January 2017, Gautier joined Affluences, a start-up specializing in the measurement, forecasting and real-time communication of traffic (waiting time and / or occupancy rate). Responsible for development in France, Gautier supports dozens of partners from various backgrounds (culture, tourism, mass distribution, hotels, communities, etc.) on their flow management issues.

Mélisande holds a master's degree from the Sorbonne Nouvelle in Museology and new media. After several experiences in connection with the management of digital projects in museums and at the Ministry of Culture, she joined the Affluences team at the end of 2017. Responsible for communication, she tends to raise awareness of Affluences and the issues of flow management in the whole world.

Benjamin billon

Digitech

EDM consultant and responsible for partnerships


Benjamin billon

For 12 years at Digitech, in charge of customer support
in the dematerialization and optimization of processes
documentaries, expertise in the public sector (administrative acts,
user relationship management, etc.) and the private / banking sector (KYC,
digitization and customer files). In charge of relations with
distributor partners and integrators of Digitech solutions.

Marine FABRE

#SmartMeetings Host

Pioneer in humanoid robotics


Marine FABRE

Marine FABRE has contributed as Communication Director to the development of Aldebaran Robotics, a startup that has become a successful SME in humanoid robotics, known today as SoftBank Robotics Europe.

After having participated in the launch of the NAO robot and then of Pepper, Marine embarked on a new personal project: a half-round sailing trip around the world, told through her blog “Chronicle of an ordinary family”.

Christofer CIMINELLI

01net.com

Deputy General Director


Christofer CIMINELLI

Christofer CIMINELLI graduated from a Master in Media Product Design at Paul Verlaine University in Metz. He started his career as a journalist for Sciences et Vie Micro magazine, where he became deputy editor in 2009.

He embarked on the entrepreneurial adventure in 2011. As Managing Director of Recatch, he aims to delinearize television thanks to a new semantic search engine, and above all the possibility of launching recordings remotely on most internet boxes. of the market. Recatch designed and developed Télé-Loisirs TV applications and won several startup awards.

He continued his career in the webmarketing agency specializing in IT and the cloud PowerOn before returning to his passion, media and new technologies. He joined 01net.com in 2014 as head of 01lab before becoming the media editor in 2016, and Deputy Managing Director in 2018.

Leader in high-tech information, 01net has been supporting French people for more than 15 years in their use of digital technology and new technologies with its 01net.com site and its 01netTV channel.

Gregori PUJOL

JDGMEDIA

Co-founder - Content Manager


Gregori PUJOL

Co-founder of Journal du Geek, passionate about high-tech since always. Editor-in-chief of the JDG Media group's sites for 10 years, then content manager and business developer.

Pop culture, mobility, audio and innovations are his main areas of interest.

Damien HELENE

BFM Business

Journalist-Producer


Damien HELENE

Damien HELENE graduated from a Master in International Media from the University of Paris VIII. He began his career in French Polynesia as a journalist-presenter at Radio 1. He then joined the Altice France group as a journalist-producer.

Trained in the presentation of TV newspapers at INA (National Audiovisual Institute), since 2018 he has presented a digital column on BFM Business, in which he deciphers digital news and new technologies. It also features the mid-day summer newspapers.

BFM Business TV is the leading economic and financial news channel in France. It is distinguished by a program focused on the search for expertise. Programs on economic news have established themselves as economic news meetings.

BFM Business TV is also available live on our website as well as on a dedicated application.

Aude CHARDENON

The Digital Factory

Deputy editor-in-chief


Aude CHARDENON

A graduate of Sciences Po Toulouse, Aude Chardenon first worked for consumer content sites (L'Internaute Magazine, le Journal des Femmes, etc.) before turning to the professional press.

After 4 years at LSA magazine, in February 2019 she became deputy editor-in-chief of Usine Digitale, where she notably covers digital transformation and innovation in the retail and banking sectors.

Every Friday, she hosts each program "L'hebdo de la Tech", in partnership with Radio Village Innovation.