Following my graduation in the USA,
I came back to France. I joined, in September 2001, the European Communications
Research Lab (ECRL) of
Motorola, near Paris.
As a Senior Research Engineer, I addressed the
architectures of Beyond 3G mobile telecommunications systems, focusing on the
light integration of heterogeneous networks. From January 2004 to April 2006, I was the Technical
Manager of the End-to-End Reconfigurability
(E2R) Project, a European research project coordinated by Motorola.
In June 2006, I joined
as a International Project Manager in the Mobile Messaging area in Vienna (Austria) and spent a year and half there.
I invite you to visit my blog with a lot of information for expats moving to Vienna or living there @
In November 2007, I relocated to T-Mobile's Headquarters in Bonn (Germany) and joined the Project
Management division as a Senior International Project Manager at start then as an International Program Manager in January 2009.
In November 2009, I joined the "International Businesses" (IBU) division of
as a Senior International Partnership Development Manager. From August 2011 to October 2012, I was the Head of Project Development, responsible for product innovation across IBU, ensuring the delivery of new products & propositions within the "Business Development & Innovation Scouting" team. From November 2012 to March 2016, I was Vice President of the Business Development & Innovation (BDI) unit, having the P&L responsibility for the development & sales of enabling services to content & OTT players in the B2B and Wholesale markets. Since April 2016, I've joined Apple in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Meanwhile, from 2008 to 2010, I completed the Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA program jointly offered by
Kellogg School of Management
at Northwestern University (USA) and the
WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management (Germany).
Beside all that, I always
grasp the opportunity to meet new cultures and discover new countries. I invite
you to go through my website and discover my
and the Photo Album with more than 6000
photos of all around the world...