Véronique Routin and Fabien Eychenne - Fing
Veronique Routin and Fabien Eychenne are in charge of Fing’s “ReFaire” programme, which explores what the democratization of computer-assisted design and production does to industrial processes and products. After working for several large Internet and IT corporations, Veronique is now in charge of Fing’s development. Fabien Eychenne has worked on Fing’s “Cities 2.0” programme before focusing on Fab Labs, digital and participative manufacturing methods and their consequences for small and large manufacturers.
Pierre-Guy Hourquet - Associate Dean for Research, Development and Innovation at Kedge Business School
He joined the institution after 10 years at the EDHEC Business School where he contributed to the development of the Executive Education program, leading the business unit from 2005 to 2010 to the Top 35 of the Financial Times world rankings (2010). Recently, he headed the research center for strategy and management at EDHEC, specializing in the field of mergers and acquisitions. Previously, Pierre-Guy Hourquet was a visiting professor at the McGill University Business School in Montreal, Canada (2000-2001) and head of the department at ESCEM.
Professor of Management, author and co-author of more than 100 academic contributions (books, articles, conferences, case studies…) he is a consultant for numerous international businesses in the field of mergers and acquisitions, strategy, leadership, management performance and innovation. He teaches or conducts seminars for managers and executives in various countries (USA, Canada, China, Italy, Belgium, and Morocco…).
Josiane Gain - IBM, University Relations Manager since 2011, university education (Dauphine)
For 15 years at IBM, she held various positions in the areas of strategic consulting and change management, internal training and coaching. She comes from the world of start-ups and SMEs, where she was manager for marketing, sales and communication.