Eutelsat has appointed Jean-François Leprince-Ringuet as chief commercial officer, replacing Andrew Wallace who is leaving the satellite operator.
Leprince-Ringuet will join Eutelsat on April 16 to assume overall responsibility for the company’s commercial activities. He has held commercial strategy, sales and marketing positions in Europe and North America at IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Cap Gemini and Bull, and has also been president of the IDATE Foundation.
“Eutelsat’s ambition is to consolidate its place in broadcast and broadband markets with the highest quality of service, and to leverage innovation that can expand the role of satellites in the digital economy. Jean-François Leprince-Ringuet’s background in international telecom markets and his experience in developing sales and partner relationships will add to our commercial strengths and I am very pleased to welcome his broad talents to our management team,” said Michel de Rosen, CEO of Eutelsat.
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