New faces for Microsoft France

Corine De Bilbao welcomes three new directors to the executive committee. DENIS CHARLET / AFP

INFO LE FIGARO – A year after her arrival at the head of the French subsidiary of Microsoft, Corine De Bilbao is reshaping her close guard.

At the dawn of her second year as President of Microsoft France, Corine De Bilbao, former CEO of General Electric in France and of Segula Technologies International, sets certain objectives in order to “regain sovereignty“. “I want to develop skills in response to the talent shortage, deploy a long-term energy sobriety policy and accelerate the use of digital technologies“, she specifies to the Figaro.

To achieve this goal, it reorganized its executive committee. Of the fifteen members, in addition to Corine De Bilbao, nine are reappointed, three arrive and two change their area of ​​expertise.

Among the new arrivals, Béatrice de Clermont Tonnerre joins the company as director of the public sector. Recently, she sat on the executive committee of greentech Kayrros, where she was in charge of key accounts. Previously, she worked at Google and the Lagardère group.

Béatrice de Clermont Tonnerre, new director of the public sector Microsoft France

Khalid Lach-Gar, former vice-president of solutions consulting…

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