Yves de Montcheuil

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Yves de Montcheuil is a recognized authority on digital business trends and information management. A marketing executive with a track record at several successful IT vendors, he is also a strategic advisor for digital companies and runs the International Commission of Tech In France. Yves is a strong presenter, author, blogger, and social media enthusiast.

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