Alven is pleased to welcome its new Head of Talent

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Alven is pleased to welcome its new Head of Talent, Christelle Lécuyer – Weber who will enhance its operating team’s ability to support portfolio companies

Christelle has 10+ years experience in the startups/digital space. At Criteo first where she built the HR department from scratch in 2009, taking the company from 30 people to over 1,500 post IPO in 2015, and more recently at Tiller Systems as Chief People Officer.

 

As Head of Talent, Christelle will help our portfolio companies on their main HR challenges:

  • Attract talents with employer branding, onboarding and interviewing techniques
  • Retain talents through performance management and compensation policies
  • Optimize human organizations

 

Christelle graduated from Pantheon Assas University (CIFFOP) with a Master degree in Human Ressources and labor relations.


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