Appointments at Adecco, Go Sport, Carrefour, HM.Clause, France Inter and the company MOF


Gaelle de la Fosse

becomes world president of LHH. As such, she sits on the Adecco group’s executive committee.

Gaëlle de la Fosse, 47, is a graduate of HEC and IEP. During her career, she was chairman and CEO of Celio. She was also a partner at Roland Berger, where she led the distribution and luxury division.


Benoit Verdier

is the new director of Go Sport (Hermione People & Brands).

Benoît Verdier, 40, holder of an engineering degree from Ensa Toulouse, started in the Carrefour group. He worked in the Go Sport group before joining the Lagardère Travel Retail group. He was Vice President of Global Purchasing in 2013, Director of the Group’s Tax-Free Negotiations in 2016, Director of Marketing, Sales and Logistics in 2018, and General Manager of the France and Luxembourg Tax-Free Network from 2020 onwards.


Vincent Tanner

takes over the financing and treasury division of the Carrefour group.

Vincent Tanneur, 48, holds a degree in philosophy, is a graduate of Edhec Business School. He worked at JPMorgan for nearly twenty years. In particular, he held the positions of director of sales of derivatives in France, corporate banker, then director of the corporate banking and cash management teams and finally general manager and member of the executive committee of JPMorgan in France.


Eugenia Rigaud

is appointed CEO of HM. Clause, a subsidiary of the Limagrain group.

Eugenia Rigaud, 60, holds an MBA from emlyon business school, a master’s degree in science and agricultural economics from the University of Colorado (United States) and a bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics from the University of Costa Rica. At Bayer she was Director of Marketing for Europe, then Director of Marketing and Global Strategy before moving to France for Gardening, Green Spaces, Public and Rural Hygiene. She was also VP Europe at SBM Life Science. In 2020, she joined the Limagrain group as Managing Director of Vilmorin Jardin.


Adele van Reeth

becomes director of radio station France Inter, succeeding Laurence Bloch.

Adèle Van Reeth, 39, a graduate of the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Fontenay-Saint-Cloud, joined Radio France in 2008 as an assistant at France Culture. Three years later, this specialist in film philosophy produced and presented on the same channel the daily program “Les Nouveaux Chemins de laconnaissance” (which became “Les Chemins de la philosophie” in 2017). At the same time, in 2014, with Plon editions, she launched a collection entitled “Questions of character” with Plon editions. In 2018, she succeeded Jean-Pierre Elkabbach for the animation of “Livres & Vous”, the literary program of Public Sénat, and hosts “d’Art d’Art! on France 2 (previously responsible for Frédéric Taddeï). Finally, she was also a three-time columnist for season 14 of the show “On n’est pas couche”.


Jean-François Girardin

is re-elected President of the National Association of the Best Workers of France.

Jean-François Girardin, 67, holder of a CAP in the kitchen, graduated from the Compagnons des Devoirs Unis, became France’s best employee in 1994. He was elected National President of the National Association of the Best Workers in France in 2018. After working in the kitchens of the Ritz, he is now a kitchen consultant in France and abroad.

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