About Bruno

Bruno Berthon is senior managing director for Utilities within Accenture Strategy. His role focuses on advising companies and governments on digital strategy and transformation – i.e. business strategy in a digital world, competitiveness, global operating models and large-scale business transformation and organizational change. His role also focuses on proposing, designing and implementing cutting-edge organic and external growth strategies that prioritize digital in industrial and utilities sectors.

Bruno has more than 20 years of experience working for Accenture. His previous roles include leading Accenture Management Consulting Growth & Strategy and establishing Accenture Sustainability Services as well as leading Accenture Strategy in Europe as well as in France and Benelux. He was formerly responsible for Accenture Management Consulting in France and Accenture Strategy in France and Benelux, where he gained extensive strategy consulting experience across a wide range of industries—from retail and consumer goods through to hi-tech, transportation and utilities.

Prior to joining Accenture, Bruno held management positions at the Aluminum and Packaging conglomerate, Pechiney, responsible for marketing development, corporate division marketing and acting head of its Czech subsidiary.

Bruno studied engineering and economics at Ecole Centrale, Paris. He has a master of business administration from INSEAD, a masters in macroeconomics from Paris La Sorbonne and a degree in law from Paris XIII. He lives in Paris, France.

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