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Franck Le Ouay
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CEO & Co-Founder
JB is a serial entrepreneur with a combination of tech and business experience. In particular, he was the founder and CEO of K-Mobile Kiwee. Throughout the 2000s, this company rapidly became one of the leaders in the emerging mobile content market, before being acquired by American Greetings Interactive in 2004. Prior to that, JB held various senior consulting positions for Roland Berger and Arthur D. Little. He started his career as an engineer for Philips and Lucent.
Franck Le Ouay
Chief Scientist & Co-Founder
Franck is the conceptual brain behind our predictive tool. He's widely recognized as an expert in scalable complex algorithms. He started his career as a software engineer at Microsoft in Redmond, WA. He architected the graphics engine of popular console games and took part in the launch of the Microsoft Research Lab in Germany. Franck Le Ouay holds a master's degree in Maths from Ecole des Mines de Paris, France.
CTO & Co-Founder
Romain is responsible for all our web architecture and development. Previously, he held several positions at Microsoft, Redmond, USA, including management and leadership of large teams of software engineers. Romain Niccoli holds a master's degree in Computer Science from Ecole des Mines de Paris, France.
Greg Coleman has held executive positions in many of the world’s most influential technology companies. He was formerly the president and Chief Revenue Officer at the Huffington Post and the EVP of global sales at Yahoo. He also served as President of Platform-A at AOL from February to April of 2009. Coleman was previously senior vice president of Reader’s Digest Association and president of U.S. Magazine Publishing. Previously, at CBS, Inc., he spent 10 years leading advertising efforts for Woman’s Day as vice president and national sales manager. Coleman holds a B.S. degree in business administration from Georgetown University and attended the M.B.A. program at New York University.
Chief Product Officer
Jonathan is responsible for Criteo's product. He joined Criteo in early 2009 as Chief Buying Officer, where he built the publisher facing business and ran the buy-side product. Before Criteo , Jonathan worked at Yahoo, where his last role was overseeing the restructuring and then ultimately the sale of Kelkoo, Europe's leading price comparison business. Jonathan previously worked at Atlas Venture and Boston Consulting Group. He attended Oxford University, where he received the Gibbs prize for Physics, and Harvard.
Chief Financial Officer
Benoît has joined Criteo in March 2012 from SAP where he was Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. He was previously the Chief Financial Officer of Business Objects, after having held successfully several finance executive positions in the US and in Europe at Business Objects. Prior to joining Business Objects, Fouilland worked at British Telecom, initially in the Corporate Development team and later as Vice President venture operations and Chief Financial Officer for Asia Pacific. He also worked at Vivendi and Price Waterhouse at the beginning of his career. He has worked and lived in Europe, Asia and the US.
Benoit Fouilland holds a masters degree in business administration from INSEAD, a post graduate degree in Finance (DESS) from Université Paris Dauphine and a diploma from the ESLSCA Graduate School of Business in Paris.
Chief Culture Officer
Antoine joined Criteo in May 2012 from Areva where he was Senior Human Resources Vice President of the Renewable Energies Business Group. He started his career at Schlumberger Ltd, where he held the position of Human Resources Director Europe, Africa and Latin America for their drilling Services BU, and then spent four years at Autodesk Inc. as Human Resources Director – Southern Europe. He joined PwC Transaction Services Group as head of the HR Due Diligence and post-merger integration at their Paris Office. Antoine then became the Human Resources Director – Middle East and Africa at Bristol Myers Squibb, based both In Abu Dhabi and Cairo. Antoine holds a Master’s degree in Human Resources Management.
Chief Operation Officer
While serving as Living Social’s COO and President International, Eichmann helped grow global revenue by about 1,100 percent in just 18 months. Prior to this role, he was chief operating officer at Rosetta Stone, where he helped grow the company’s revenue over 400 percent in three years. Eichmann also previously served as senior vice president of Ad Operations and Technology at AOL, and as senior engagement manager at McKinsey & Company. He holds a master’s degree in Management from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, and a master’s degree in Computer Engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.
SVP Marketing & Communications
Schneider brings more than 18 years of significant domestic and international experience in both B-to-B and B-to-C marketing across technology and consumer products and senior leadership for Fortune 100 companies to the position. She spent nearly 14 years at Dell with a solid track record of results. Prior to joining Criteo, Schneider was Executive Director for Global Channel Marketing and Programs at Dell based in London, leading a global team responsible for the development and execution of marketing programs to and through the company’s more than 160,000 resellers, distributors, SI, and OEM partners worldwide. Schneider also has held brand manager positions at Kraft Foods Mexico, based in Mexico City. She holds a Master of Business Administration from the UCLA Anderson School of Management and a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Politics, Law and Economics from Georgetown University in Washington, DC.
Chief Innovation Officer
Constanza brings more than 25 years of domestic and international experience in the communication and mobile industries. Prior to joining Criteo, he spent 7 years at Tele 2 and 5 years at Orange with successful track records. Constanza also led innovation as Director for Orange Vallée, an incubator developing products and bringing disruptive innovation for the Orange Group. In 2006, Constanza founded Ten, the first MVNO to focus on messaging and Internet access on mobile. He holds a Master of Business Administration degree from INSEAD and an Engineer degree in aerospace and robotics.
In this role, Constanza supervise Criteo’s Human Resources function and pilot the progression of the entrepreneurial spirit of the company in collaboration with the Chief Cultural Officer.