We’re pleased to announce several new additions to our Paris and Berlin teams.
Three new colleagues are rounding out our Parisian staff: Simon Schalit, Victor Nicollet and Benoit Baylin.
Simon has come on board as Senior Project Manager. He will, no surprise, manage and execute large client projects. He holds degrees from the Ecole Polytechnique as well as Cambridge and has several years of consulting experience, and thereby offers a strong combination of technical expertise and managerial know-how. He is basically an engineer with people skills - we couldn’t pass on this opportunity.
Victor is as a t****echnical expert and advisor, applying his programming skills to further enhance the depth of our know how. He graduated from Lycée Louis le Grand and Ecole Normale Superieure and brings expansive entrepreneurial experience to the table as founder and CEO of RunOrg.com. He also holds the distinction of having been Joannes’ star pupil at the Ecole Normale Superieure.
Benoit, who is currently a student of Ecole Centrale in Paris, has joined in as a Statistical Intern. He will be working closely with our data scientists.
Meanwhile, on the German side of operations, we have - as mentioned in my previous post - Hugo Ros heading up French Business Development, and Martha Turewicz (myself) primarily responsible for CEE** Business Development**.
Hugo joines us to take on the role as BizDev France. He is a trilingual young gun with experience in business development, administration and key account management. If you ever get a call from him make sure to start a discussion regarding the role of France in the EU.
Martha joins us to become somewhat of a secret weapon. She is quadrilingual and boast an Ivy League. Previously she gathered startup and business development experience. Her desk in Berlin will be facing east. We shall not say more.
Meet our BizDev Germany- her name is Aleksandra Koluvija, and she’s a vibrant addition to the team. In addition to work in specialized business development, Aleksandra has also worked at the U.N., researching migration from a legal perspective.
Rumor also has it that Aleksandra’s dog will be joining us in the office…his duties are as yet undefined. Our best guess is that he will be charged with what he does best: Being a dog.
Compliments or complaints regarding our new hires? Let us know in the comments!