Tugdual Le Bouar, 50, is appointed Chief Operating Officer of the Berger-Levrault Group. Alongside Pierre-Marie Lehucher (Group CEO), Tugdual Le Bouar will primarily be responsible for steering and accelerating the Group’s growth in France and abroad.
Holding a PhD in physical sciences and a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris, Tugdual Le Bouar began his career in 1997 at Motorola, then worked for Freescale on operational management assignments. In 2008, he joined CGG as Business Unit Director.
He joined Berger-Levrault in 2018 as Product Marketing Director, and member of the executive committee. In 2019, he took the helm of the subsidiary CARL Berger-Levrault.
This nomination is part of the Group’s new organization, now structured around a reinforced Executive Committee.
To support global development, the following actions will be taken starting January 2021:
As a key player in the Group’s strategic development, Tugdual Le Bouar has a full understanding of digital challenges and is well versed in international markets. His nomination will enable Berger-Levrault:
Backed by the shareholders, the new strategic project aims to increase revenue twofold within five years (2020 revenue = €172 million).