The CEO of Direct Assurance leaving for Doctolib

The health crisis has of course multiplied the progress of this platform for making medical appointments for 2,300 employees, which has become almost essential: 81 million appointments for vaccinations in 2021, 34 million appointments within 24 hours at general practitioners, 300,000 registered health professionals. The leaders of Doctolib should invest 300 million euros this year, including a third in Germany, but also in Italy, and hire 700 people.

This French start-up, which became a unicorn in 2019, was created in 2013 and is managed by Stanislas Niox-Chateau, flash consultant at CVA (in 2009), who likes to surround himself with former colleagues.

In 2020, the ex-partner of Kearney, Pierre Vergnes, was appointed chief financial officer (read here)and Elie du Pré de Saint Maur, from Mercer Management Consulting between 2000 and 2003 (bought by Oliver Wyman), arrived as marketing director (the); he has been gone since.

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Leaving CentraleSupélec in 2005, Élise Bert-Leduc started out in strategy consulting at the Boston Consulting Group, as a consultant for five and a half years, where she specialized in industry and finance.

In 2011, she joined Google France; then between 2015 and 2021, AXA France, of which she joined the comex, a company also very fond of former consultants, led by Thomas Buberl, CEO, also ex-BCGer, and Patrick Cohen, DG, ex-Mac (read here). Since September 2021, Élise Bert-Leduc has been CEO of Direct Assurances (here).

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