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Orange names new French chief

Fabienne Dulac

Fabienne Dulac

Orange has named Fabienne Dulac as executive vice-president, Orange France, replacing Delphine Ernotte-Cunci, who was named as the new president of public broadcaster France Télévisions in April, taking over from Rémy Pflimlin. 

Dulac will take up her new role on August 22 and will join the Orange executive committee. Dulac, who joined France Télécom in 1997 as part of the newly formed multimedia division, has served in a number of senior sales and marketing, business development and customers relations roles, most recently serving as Orange France director of communications. 

Orange France is one of the group’s principal entities, accounting for sales of €19 billion in 2014.

“I am very happy to announce the arrival of Fabienne Dulac as head of Orange France and as a member of the Group’s Executive Committee. Fabienne has in-depth knowledge of Orange France. She will bring to the job her human and managerial skills, her expertise, her extensive knowledge of the situation in the field and her dynamic approach. This appointment is indicative of the wealth of talents within the Group,” said Stéphane Richard, Orange Group CEO.

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