29 November 2018
Sigfox continues to grow and strengthens its leadership team with the appointment of Jeremy Prince as CSO
Paris, France – November 28th, 2018 – Sigfox, the world’s leading IoT service provider, announces that Jeremy Prince has officially joined the company as Chief Strategy Officer.
53 countries and 1 billion people covered, Sigfox has established itself as the leading network and technology in Internet of Things (IoT). The company is now capitalizing on these assets and major partnerships to progress on the path to reaching its goal of 1 billion connected devices. To reach it, Sigfox needs to sign significant deals worldwide and establish strategic partnerships with device makers.
In his capacity, Jeremy will be working on the company’s strategy and key initiatives to achieve this major goal for Sigfox. He will work closely with Ludovic Le Moan, CEO and co-founder of Sigfox.
Armed with degrees in Political Sciences & Economics and in International Law, Jeremy started his career working for a press group before moving to the Digital world, first Internet, then Mobile. He worked on two major successful IPOs (Index Multimedia & Seloger.com), before joining M6 (one of the main European media groups). He spent 10 years working there, first as CEO of a joint venture in the Digital field, then as Director of all Gaming activities, to finally hold the position of “Secrétaire Général” of a in house TV production company. After that, he was recruited by Technicolor as the COO of Mikros, before finally joining Sigfox.
Sigfox created the first global network and it is amazing to see just how fast the ecosystem is tackling its huge opportunity through simple, global and reliable connectivity.
During their development and maturity, fast growing companies must adapt their management team to sustain their momentum. New senior profiles with different skills and visions joined the company this year and Jeremy joins them as part of the company’s Executive Committee.
Sigfox is the world’s leading IoT service provider thanks to its global network that connects billions of devices to the Internet while consuming as little energy as possible, as simply as possible. Sigfox’s unique approach to device-to-cloud communications addresses the three greatest barriers to global IoT adoption: cost, energy consumption, and global scalability.
Today, the network is present in 53 countries and on track to cover 60 by 2018. With millions of objects connected and a rapidly growing partner ecosystem, Sigfox empowers companies to move their business model towards more digital services. Founded in 2010 by Ludovic Le Moan and Christophe Fourtet, the company is headquartered in Labège near Toulouse, France’s “IoT Valley.” Sigfox also has offices in Paris, Madrid, Munich, Boston, Dallas, San Francisco, Dubai, Singapore, Sao Paulo and Tokyo.