French service provider Bouygues Telecom has made two senior management appointments – Marie Saladin as director of transformation and Liza Bellulo as secretary-general.
Bouygues Telecom said that the experience of Saladin in heading transformation programmes and her expertise in digital would enable her to put in place the strategy and execution of the transformation of the company, which has just unveiled its ‘Ambition 2026’ five-year strategic plan.
Saladin was previously head of programmes in charege of non-banking new business at BPCE Group. Prior to that she was a partner at Bain & Company, with a role in technology, media and telecoms.
Bellulo previously worked in the public sector, having served successively in the ministry of justice, in the office of the secretary of state for European affairs and for competition watchdog the Autorite de la Concurrence, latterly as head of the president’s office. Since 2014 she has worked for the French prime minister’s office as head of the legal department of the secretary-general for European affairs.
At Bouygues Telecom she will have responsibility for regulatory, legal and public affairs and communication.
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