CEO Mobile LOOV, CCE
Président ICT & Digital Economy at CNCCEF
Gilbert Réveillon is a China expert contributor on the Asia-Pacific Circle. CEO of Mobile LOOV, Mr. Réveillon specializes in Digital Transformation, IoT, Big Data, Wearable Tech, Cyber Security, M2M, Virtual Social Networks, Virtual Assets & Cryptocurrencies, the blockchain, and ICOs.
His expertise covers USA-Canada, UK-Europe, and China-Asia where he coaches several startups dealing with international business development and where he has gained two « innovation awards » at the CES Las Vegas (2014 & 2015).
MBA graduated from HEC Montreal and as Associate Professor at the prestigious French Institut Mines-Telecom, Gilbert Réveillon has dealt with Entrepreneurship & Innovation Management within an ecosystem of 350 startups, 30 incubators & accelerators. He has occupied international commercial & marketing management positions in Canada (Royal Bank of Canada & Danone Group dealing with USA & Canadian Corporate Accounts) and in London (UK) with the most disruptive launch of Eurostar TGV High-Speed train. Following then as Managing Director of OSS & Virgin Group for executive aviation before returning back to France for Europcar International. Enhancing his great “industrial” expertise in CRM, Social CRM, and mode or payments for 10 years at LaSer (part of BNP Paribas) he is now actively dealing with ICT & Digital Economy startups (International Business Development, M&A and Investment funds).
He is also a CCEF and President of ICT & Digital Economy at CNCCEF (a network of 4000 CEOs in 140 countries). Administrator & General Secretary of the French ANDESE (Association of PhDs in Economic Sciences and Management Sciences) awarding the yearly price of the Ph.D. Thesis and along with Les Echos Group nominating the “Finance Personne” of the Year in France. He bridges best practices from Asia (Hong Kong, Singapour, Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Tokyo), EUROPE where he lives and North America with international blockchain projects & ICOs.
Asia-Pacific Insights by Gilbert Réveillon:
Aug. 17th, 2018 With Christophe Granier and Paul Clerc-Renaud | In this Asia-Pacific Business Insight, Gilbert Reveillon, Christophe Granier and Paul Clerc-Renaud explore the idea that new technologies have the power to impact us in ways we have not yet considered… especially as far as China is concerned. As of today, China is at the forefront. China invests heavily in supporting the development of Blockchain and quantum computing know-how, and in the field, the Chinese BATXHJs (Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent, Xiaomi, Huawei, JD) are already competing with the American GAFAs (Google s, Apple, Facebook, Amazon) when it comes to technological domination… fighting for supremacy. The question, in other words, is not to figure out whether China is making progress. It is to determine ... [Read the Insight]
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