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     Date Submitted:13-01-2019
     Last Modified:14-01-2019 (03:31)
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     Current job:Head of space applications and numerics
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsSpace Applications Services Innovation DLT/Blockchain Strategy Business development Management Business Plan Fundings


    I am a reliable executive leader both customer-focused and results-oriented strategist. Given that values are crucial for me and constantly made me as an effective team leader playing with excellent communications and interpersonal skills. I use to navigate in complex business scenarios while building and developing trusted relationships at multiple levels. I see my career as an opportunity to discover new domains, be curious, think « out of the box ». So I am looking for exciting missions either in France or in foreign countries.

    SPECIALITIES: Strategy, Marketing plan, Business development, Business plan, Innovation & creativity  process, Project & Program management, Digital transformation

    STRENGTHS: Leadership, Coordination with others, Ethical management, Emotional Intelligence Cognitive flexibility, Complex problem solving Strong, Adaptability, Negotiations


    EXPERIENCE (20 years)

    2018 – today  Co-founder of Hub NOVA - Business Developper - Aerospace Valley

    Hub Nova is the first national accelerating physical place aiming at both providing a hosting and support services offer dedicated to help ten space oriented SMEs to boost their business, reduce their time to market and explore new international business opportunities. Hub Nova premises are localized at B612 innovation building in Toulouse.


    2017 – today Head of Space and numeric applications – Aerospace Valley (seconded from Telespazio)

    The main mission is to carry out a fieldwork to know and analyze the issues of more than hundred SME-ETI companies (members of Aerospace valley) in order to support them and facilitate their development based on innovation, in the framework of the competitiveness policy of Aerospace valley.

    Achieved results: enlarged network, member satisfaction.

    Acquired skills: innovation strategy, emotional intelligence


    2011 – 2017 Program manager – Risks, security, and geospatial intelligence-Telespazio

    Co-founder of EarthLab ® program (

    Achieved results: creation of four worldwide entities such as Earthlab Aquitaine, EarthLab Luxembourg joint venture (Kayl, Luxembourg), Earthlab Gabon and EarthLab Vietnam. EL Luxembourg awarded as best Private-Public-Partnership of the year at Euroconsult2015 event.

    Acquired skills: business plan, marketing plan, negotiations, business development, strategy.


    2007 – 2011 Project manager – Vega Technologies

    GEODE 4D - Coordinator of activities on architecture and support of the environmental geophysics system for supplying defense weapons and guiding their implementation

    VAST - Management of a team composed of ten senior experts enrolled to support vietnamese government in following up the creation of the first vietnamese earth observation satellite VNRedSat-1 (manufactured by Airbus).

    AFRISPACE - Management of seven senior experts enrolled to study the feasibility of creating an African Space agency.

    EOLi (ESA’s link to Earth Observation) – Management of a development team on European Space Agency’s client for Earth Observation Catalogue Service. (

    Achieved results: customer and partners satisfaction, I also save money on EOLi project cost structure (200K€ up to 2M€ global budget),

    Acquired skills: leadership, coordination with others, cognitive flexibility, complex problem solving, ethical management.


    2002 – 2007 Software engineer - Airbus

    Responsible for the coding maintenance of PRODIGEO digital mapping software

    Responsible for the Metadata package

    Responsible for the analysis of the maturity of the radar functions for the evolution of ITS software (image processing of VHR sensor from Helios II satellite)

    Development of a digital geographic infrastructure for the Romanian Institute of Geography.



    Research student Univ. Sherbrooke, QC, Canada 1999-2001

    National military service cooperant CFSIGE, Madagascar 1997-1999

    Junior development engineer Mines Paris Tech, 1997 (6 months)



    S1/2019 Book coauthor – Toulouse Business School

    "How to perform successfully the digital transformation of your company? Address risks, catch opportunities, drive execution

    (To be published first semester 2019)

    2016 – 2017 Blockchain consulting mission - Capgemini

    Consulting mission for Capgemini Applied Innovation Exchange aiming at investigating how IoT/DLT-Blockchain technologies could improve industrial supply chain concerns.

    Achieved results: creation of the Blockchain Management Assessment tool kit enabling the key account managers to assess the level of blockchain maturity of both customers and prospects, delivery of a complete focused services offer, several conferences on Blockchain technologies.

    Acquired skills: DLT, innovation and creativity methodologies, design thinking approach, EFQM excellence model.





    Executive MBA TBS (Major)


    MSc Radar remote sensing (Canada)



    Master – Sciences of Universe Paris6





    French (native)

    English (professionnal)

    Spanish (school)



    2007 Project Management Plan PMI

    2002 Project Management CESI


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