Jacques joined Dassault Systèmes in 2019 as Vice President for Cities & Public Services. In this capacity he is responsible for the worldwide activity of Dassault Systèmes in this sector, aiming at accelerating the digital transformation of Cities and public administrations by leveraging the power of Virtual Twins.
Mahel ABAAB-FOURNIAL began his career at the UNITED NATIONS Headquarters in New York, as assistant to the NGO Division chief of staff within the Economic and Social Directorate (ECOSOC) in 2009.
In 2011, he moved to the United Arab Emirates to open the regional headquarter of GEOIMAGE: French SME specializing in the enrichment of satellite data for the defense, telecommunications and urban planning sector. He was responsible to set up the new team and developed the company’s activity across Asia and the Middle East regions.
In 2012, he joined the Swiss American company ASCOM, world leader in the optimization of telecom networks and the analysis of network signals. His mission was to structure a business development strategy and team over Asia, Middle East and Africa, to accelerate the growth plan.
In 2016, he joined DASSAULT SYSTEMES as Head of the Defense and Homeland Security business unit.
In 2018, he was appointed Head of Sales over Benelux, Scandinavian countries and the United Kingdom.
In 2020, he integrated DASSAULT SYSTEMES Cities & Public Services Industry as Global Sales Strategy Director to develop new projects worldwide.
Marion MILOSEVIC started her career in 2012 at the consulting firm APCO Worldwide, focusing on public affairs, Government relations, corporate and crisis communications. From 2017 to 2019, she worked for the Council of Paris Region, as Head of department European Strategy and International Cooperation.
She joined Dassault Systèmes in 2019 as Director for Cities & Public Services. In this capacity she is responsible for the solutions portfolio strategy of Dassault Systèmes in this sector, aiming at accelerating the digital transformation of cities and public administrations (local and national) by leveraging the power of virtual twins.
She studied at ESSEC Business School (ESSEC MBA – Major in Urban Economics), at the George Washington University (Graduate School of Political Management and School of Business) and at INSEAD Business School.