"The economic value should only be worth the value it creates for society".

Hamilton Mann

Founder, The Hamilton Mann Conversation

Hamilton Mann began his career with Capgemini Outsourcing in 1997 before holding various positions of Information Technology leadership at Bouygues Telecom in Paris from 2000 to 2007.

In 2006, he co-founded Mann & Miller, a family owned consulting boutique, enjoying an entrepreneur experience and delivering global marketing campaigns for top-ranking luxury fashion houses. He also co-founded the Signature International Foundation, aiming at raising funds in favor of several associations devoted to education, environment and human rights. He co-creates the "Montblanc Signature for good" initiative, a pluriannual international charity program initiated in collaboration with Montblanc GmbH and Unicef, raising €3.5M in 2009 to the benefit of the Unicef program "Schools for Africa" and "Schools for Asia".

In 2011, he became Director at Capgemini Consulting (now Capgemini Invent) focusing on Business Technology, Innovation, Marketing, Globalization Strategy and Organizational Transformation for Energy & Utilities, Transportation, Aerospace and Defense global companies.

He joined Thales in 2013, as Director of Thales Consulting, establishing the foundations of the newly created Marketing function in collaboration with the Group's Chief Marketing Officer and framing the initial Group's Digital Transformation plan, as a member of the Thales Group's Digital Transformation Office. Hamilton was appointed Group Director of Thales in charge Global Digital Marketing and Digital Transformation initiatives in 2017.

Hamilton is the President of the Digital Transformation Club of INSEAD Alumni Association France, Mentor on the MIT IDEAS social innovation challenge of the MIT Priscilla King Gray (PKG) Center, Guest Lecturer in Digital Transformation at INSEAD, Entrepreneur in Residence at the Rudolf and Valeria Maag INSEAD Centre of Entrepreneurship, and General-Secretary of the No More Plastic Foundation.

A globally recognized thought leader on digital transformation, Hamilton was voted in the “Top 10 Global Thought Leaders & Influencers on Digital disruption” by Thinkers 360 in 2020, 2021 and 2022. Hamilton has written articles, including the Harvard Business Review France, the academic review the Journal of Creating Value and the MIT Sloan Innovation@Work Blog.

Hamilton graduated from MIT Sloan School of Management, INSEAD and EDHEC Business School.

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