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Vanves, Thursday, March 16th 2018

Mehdi Mohammedi joins Hachette Livre as Senior Vice President, Information Technology Transformation France

M.Mohammedi - Photo A.GuédonOn 16th April 2018, Mehdi Mohammedi will join Hachette Livre as Senior Vice President, Information Technology Transformation France, reporting to Arnaud NOURRY, CEO of group Hachette Livre.

Mehdi Mohammedi will be a member of the French executive board and a member of the Chief Operating Officers board (COO board). He will participate in Hachette Innovation Program (HIP).

Mehdi Mohammedi, graduated in 1996 from Ecole Polytechnique d'Alger and holds a PhD from Ecole Centrale Paris (2001). He began his career in 2001 as Project manager with Unilog IT Services.

As such, he managed IT projects in France and abroad for companies such as Novartis, L'Oréal, Sanofi, Aventis and Essilor. In 2006 he was appointed Business manager at Logica.

In 2008 he joined Editions Francis Lefebvre as Chief Information Officer and was a member of the executive board. He conceived and implemented the Group IT plan and deployed the IT strategy of the company and of its subsidiaries in France, United Kingdom, Spain, and Italy.

Since 2011 he has been Chief Information Officer of Editions Lefebvre-Sarrut, a European legal publishing and training company, where he led the business's digital transformation. He is a member of the Lefebvre-Sarrut's executive board.