Friday, July 25, 2008

Didier Grossemy’s Summary

Didier Grossemy has over 14 years of Digital experience.

Didier Grossemy is specialised in Start-up and growth strategy solutions. Taking an idea, technology or concept and making it happen. “I enjoy the challenge of building, and believe that unless you are excited about your vision and you are willing to invest 300% of yourself there is no point” says Didier.

By using his management skills and expertise he has strategically guided some of the largest companies in the world to the Internet space.

From publicly listed Telecommunication companies, Shopping centres, Fashion designers, Insurance groups to launching 140 content managed websites for the “Le Meridien” five stars hotel group to implementing the first interactive environment for Columbia Tristar Films.

There is a science to engineering complex database CRM to easy to use system for brands like Ferrari or launching powerful e-stores for the likes of the Oroton group.

Other projects such as, Consulting and Building the first multi vendor English/Chinese online store “Haiwaibao” offering top Australian brands to sell to the Chinese Market and helping Virgin Money to manage their online communication with state of the art content management.

The success of Digital Marketing is guided through Vision and smart communication engineering, like a business architect Didier articulate the ultimate solution and execute the strategy with a professional team of creative and engineers.

As the CEO of X2 Digital, my role in the company is to create the ultimate Digital Service Provider while growing a global production team and a sophisticated distribution network.

Apart of building businesses, my area of expertise is branding, technology and digital marketing. The three are closely linked since you need great technology to capture, measure and track your marketing efforts and build your brand.

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENT: Sold 8 months after the 2001 crash for $25M.

Didier Grossemy’s Specialties:

Digital Marketing
Web Technology
CRM and Data Mining

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