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SVP Strategy and Communications WholesaleOrange
Jean-Pierre Bienaimé is currently SVP Strategy & Communications Wholesale at Orange, where he is notably in charge of strategic marketing & planning for fixed and mobile wholesale services, such as MVNOs, FTTH, roaming and new growth and innovation areas. He has also been Chairman of mobile industry association The UMTS Forum since January 2003, with a mission to promote a common vision of the development of 3G/UMTS and of its Long Term Evolution 4G LTE, and to ensure its worldwide commercial success. The UMTS Forum notably contributes to international organisations (ITU, EC, ETSI, 3GPP, CEPT), conducts studies and reports on key focus areas of mobile broadband communications such as markets & trends, services & applications, spectrum & regulation, impact of technologies & implementation issues, and holds a continued dialogue with decision-makers and regulators of key growth markets worldwide. Joining France Telecom (FT) in 1979, his responsibilities included financial management and planning at national and regional level, Advisor to the General Director of Moroccan Telecommunications in Rabat, Director of Marketing and Product Development for international business networks & services at FT, Director of Business Development and Subsidiaries at France Cables & Radio, Chief Executive Officer of Nexus International, VP International Development at France Telecom Mobile, and VP Group Technical Support at Orange until December 2002. Jean-Pierre graduated from the ESSEC Business School – Paris (MBA), from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, and from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Postes & Télécommunications – Paris. He also holds an executive degree from INSEAD – Fontainebleau, and attended a senior executive programme at Kelley School of Business.