Econocom shakes up leadership with new CEO

The departing chief exec said the changes are part of the group’s plan to double in size by the end of the decade

Kelsey Rees
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Econocom shakes up leadership with new CEO

Econocom has appointed Laurent Roudil as its new director and CEO, and Angel Benguigui as its new executive managing director. The group said the new hires will support its aim to change dimension and enter a new phase of growth after a period of stabilisation and consolidation that has helped the group lay foundations for developing its traditional business lines. Econocom last week posted stable revenues of €2.5bn in its preliminary full-year 2021 results.  The French reseller adde...

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