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Daniele has over 17 years experience in IT and the Automotive industry. He worked in a variety of business and IT roles such as Marketing & Sales, Captive Automotive Finance and HR of Mercedes-Benz. As CIO of Mercedes-Benz in the UK, Daniele is currently driving digital sales programs and process automation. Daniele holds a masters degree in Information Science. With Italian and German roots, living in France and working in the UK, Daniele is a strong advocate of the European idea.
Digital Transformation leader with over 2 decades track-record in Fortune 500 organizations, partnering with C-suite executives and leveraging Technology and digital solutions to improve user experience, operational efficiency and enable growth. I’m serving as Chief Information & Digital Officer, Leading the IT Organization for the Group Soufflet (4.5 B€ turnover, 8000 employees, 60 factories, 200 warehouses), improving services for our customers, suppliers and employees by leveraging the digital & best of breed technologies. I have built and led teams across a wide range of disciplines and geographies, including business development, operations, supply chain, and technologies.
Malika PASTOR has more than 20 years of experience in business services for international organizations.
She received the CIO of the Year award for her focusing on humans before technology-driven transformation.
Since 2017, Malika PASTOR (@malikapastor) is Chief Information & Digital Officer at Colliers International, a leading global leader real estate services and investment management company. As trusted and enthusiast advisor, she leads the digital transformation journey with relevant and effective technological innovations for creating business values. Before joining Colliers, Malika was the Head of IT at Knight Frank, another real estate group. She started her career working at EDF as engineer then at Dunlop Tyres as IT manager.
In 2000, she joined ZS Associates, a professional services & consulting US firm where she pragmatically led major projects and teams in 6 countries across Europe.
Malika likes to go running in the weekend, travelling to new places and enjoys writing articles, sharing her experiences in specialized events.
Malika’ educational background includes an Engineering degree from Centrale Paris.
Alexis de Nervaux began his career in 2000 as the founder of EGZone. In 2002, he joined Technip as an intranet project manager, then became a senior consultant for KPMG / CGI Consulting in 2004. He joined Total in 2006 as manager of digital transformation in France and abroad. Responsible for digital transformation from October 2008 at Saint-Gobain, he was appointed directorof digital transformation four years later.
In January 2017, Alexis de Nervaux took charge of digital and IT at Saint-Gobain Abrasives, then joined Terreal in early 2018 as director of digital transformation and CIO. He reports to Terreal’s CEO. Alexis de Nervaux graduated in 1999 from the University of San Francisco with a master of science, internet business and technologies and from the University of Florida with a bachelor of business administration, international business and marketing.
Anthony Seifert has 23 years of experience in several industries: Manufacturing Services, Retail 1 Financial Services. From a system engineer for his first company, he moved to head of Infrastructure soon in his career. Therefore, with the position of Chief Information Officer, he had the opportunity to discover various facets of IT and its powerful levers to develop business. He has an extensive background in large project management, delivery of IT services, software implementation, organizational development, data driven value, innovation and strategic planning. He also developed international leadership and strong management skills. He believes strongly in networking and people connecting.
In parallel, he is a mentor for Startups in the acceleration phase and teaches IT security to engineering students.
CRI is co-constructing and sharing new ways of learning, teaching, conducting research and mobilizing collective intelligence in the fields of life, learning and digital sciences, in order to address the UN's sustainable development goals.
As Chief Information Officer, I build CRI's digital strategy and lead large projects with numerous international partners such as UNICEF and world-class universities. I coordinate all technological resources at CRI to smooth out our organisation and the sharing of resources and data, including IT support for both teaching and research activities. I help CRI to scale up exponentially and catalyse the learning society thanks to virtual collaboration platforms we build.
Previously CIO at Paris Descartes University, a major French University and technology expert for numerous large organisations as digital strategy consultant, I value transparency, sharing, creativity and fun. When pandemics are off, I travel the world with
my children and try (and often fail miserably) to climb up all the cliffs I come upon. I am an engineer in applied mathematics.
Among our current digital projects, we can cite WeLearn, a platform leveraging artificial and collective intelligence to qualify learning resources and a global sustainable Projects directory.
Erwan Conq built it's professional background over customer projects delivery, from the Telecom business in the rise of mobile services, to contribute development of several innovative services in French Tech startups. Technology and People oriented, he is involved since 2014 in the digital transformation of Engie, holding several CIO positions for Engie's Business Units. He is currently contributing to the transformation of Engie's B2B energy supply business in France, shaping 0-Carbon transition related solutions, from a legacy Gas Supply activity. “
Jan-Willem joined General Electric 26 years ago in the Netherlands. He worked in a variety of roles in IT & Six Sigma in the plastics, healthcare, and financial divisions before arriving in the renewable energy business where he currently holds the role of CIO GE Offshore Wind.
Jan-Willem holds a masters degree in Industrial Engineering & Management from Twente University, Netherlands
Stéphane Barranx worked at Société Générale in multiple position from developer in Securities Services business unit (SGSS) to business analyst, PMP certified project manager and IT delivery department manager with staff massive ramp-up needed to lead major transformation projects on core services over financial international programs.
Then Stéphane became Chief Information Officer (CIO) of PAREL S.A., SGSS subsidiary company. Several challenges had to be faced upon which organization, legacy management and rationalization. Over the last three years, he led a wide transformation program on teams, infrastructure and software. New international partnerships and distributed methods were deployed, inhouse applications refactored.
Stéphane is now CIO for MetLife France where he’s now engaging new digitalization and business development strategies, leading developments, desk and infrastructure services aligned with this global company standards and local business.