Since 2005, Franck has overseen leading and developing Arrowman Executive Search’s Digital, Marketing & Media Division, with a specific focus on sectors and businesses with a connection to “Data”.
He is involved in supporting transformations for large groups and the public sector, as well as structuring the acceleration of scale-ups. Overall, 90% of these projects concern management committee members (CEO, COO, CTO, CIO, CMO, CSO, CRO, CPO, CDO, etc.) and 10% are for Technological, Marketing or Data Expert profiles.
When advising Clients, Franck Pasquet uses a T-Shape approach, which gives him an expert “vertical” vision when tackling “horizontal” C-Level strategic and organizational objectives.
Franck Pasquet works with Internet Pure Players, Technological Solutions and Data Experts, as well as less related sectors that seek to transform themselves through Technology, Data and/or new Digital organizations.
Franck Pasquet’s career path explains his double expertise.
Franck Pasquet first served as Deputy National Secretary of the Rassemblement pour la République. In 1996, he founded one of the first French web agencies specialized in Marketing services. Franck then went on to join one of the international leaders of recruitment as Director. In 1999, he developed Structures for IT and Internet Profile Recruitment, as well as for the public sector. He then joined Arrowman Executive Search in 2005 and became an Associate.
Digital Transformation, Team Structuring, Recruitment to accelerate Build-up, Preparation for fund raising and Integrations, Economic Intelligence to help change management, Support for new Agile organisations, Behavioural Marketing, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, Neurosciences, IoT, Open Data, Deep Learning, Predictive Modelling, etc.
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