Veronique Denis-Pelliet

Partner

Veronique Denis-Pelliet serves as a Partner at DHR International and is based in the firm’s Singapore office. Her focus is on French speaking accounts with key presence and ambitions in Southeast Asia. Based on her background, she has also an industry focus on New Technology. Prior to joining DHR, Veronique served as the Southeast Asia General Manager of a boutique French executive search company, Lincoln HR Group where she established the Southeast Asia business unit.

Veronique first started with Lincoln HR Group Shanghai office as a Senior Consultant and then Deputy General Manager. She has worked on numerous executive level searches across technology, luxury/retail, biotechnology and industrial across China and Southeast Asia. Earlier, she worked in the IT / Software and Telecommunication industry for over 20 years, 15 of which were with Orange Group.

Her last corporate role was with Orange Business Services as China Business Development Director for 7 years based out of Shanghai, following a successful stint of 5 years as Head of International Bid Management, splitting her time between Paris and London. Over that time, she successfully contributed to developing business to business revenue and large accounts relationships for Orange / France Telecom Group, not only in Europe but also across Asia.

Her last experience in the sector was the opportunity to deal with all very new technologies especially new protocol and Cloud based ones. In the late nineties, she had the opportunity to be part of the Singapore Telecom Large Accounts Sales, based in Singapore. She started her career with Sybel Informatique (now Sage), respectively holding Sales Engineer and Sales Manager positions.

Veronique has been actively serving as an official member of French Foreign Advisor (Singapore Committee since 2016- heading the FinTech Commission and Working Group- and China Committee from 2013 to 2016). Veronique was born in France, holds a MBA from ‘Institut Commercial de Nancy’ followed by studies at Mannheim Universität (Economics).

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