Axel Haentjens
Axel Haentjens
Axel Haentjens is vice president of Marketing, Brand and External Communications at Orange Business Services.
His mission is to provide strategic directions into a global marketing, brand and external communications program. His responsibility encompasses management of the marketing plan process and the brand, the delivery of products and solutions collaterals, press and corporate communications. His geographical scope includes the worldwide multinational market and the entire French business to business market (from multinational to small and medium enterprises).
Prior to this position, Haentjens served as head of Marketing for Orange Business Services as well as head of Strategy and Business Development for Equant (now Orange Business Services).    
Before the merger between Equant and Global One, Haentjens served as head of Marketing for Global One, a post he held from July 2000 until June 2001.
Prior to that, Haentjens served as vice president of France Telecom Data Networks and Services, from February 1999 until July 2000.
In 1996, Haentjens created the Strategy and Product Development departments within France Telecom Transpac. Haentjens joined France Telecom Transpac in 1995 as a country delegate in charge of supervision and control of European affiliates.
Before joining France Telecom, Haentjens held positions as vice president for Strategy, Marketing and International at SG2, a software affiliate of the French bank; CEO of an affiliated start-up; and marketing manager and business unit director at SEGIN, a software company. He began his career as a strategic consultant with the SEMA Group.
A native of France, Haentjens is a graduate of the Ecole Centrale de Paris.

Other speakers:
 Richard Moat
 Andreea Mihai
 Mariana Gheorghe
 Robin Barnett
 Andreea Rosca
 Lucian Mandruta
 Emil Delibashev
 Sandro Baricevic
 Oana Mateescu
 Cosmin Alexandru
 Pierluigi Orati
 Lorita Constantinescu
 Gerhard Praetorius
 Nat Page
 H.E. Mr. Jaap L. Werner
 Csaba Gergely
 Terry March
 Miron Mateescu
 Robert Uzuna
 Peter Barta
 Marjon van Opijnen
 Oana Dicu
 Mihaela Radulescu
 Mario Demezzo
 Denis Guibard
 Cristina Simion
 Nicolas Aguilar
 Nicolas Ceasar
 Roger Vercammen
 Dumitru Razvan Cezar
 Andreea Raducan
 Ioana Marinescu
 Camelia Crisan
 Diana Gligor
 Dan Petre
 Ciprian Ciucu
 Catherine Invernizzi
 Keith Brown
 Andrei Popescu
 Andreea Vass
 Johannes Brinkmann
 Tina Rezmuves
 Shachar Shaine
 Antonis Mavropoulos
 Cristina Durica

2008 speakers included:

Richard Moat

Richard Moat

CEO Orange Romania

Andreea Mihai

Andreea Mihai

Marketing Director Carrefour Romania

Mariana Gheorghe

Mariana Gheorghe

CEO, Petrom

Lucian Mandruta

Lucian Mandruta

TV and business journalist, Media trainer

Sandro Baricevic

Sandro Baricevic

Corporate Image, Public Affairs and Communication Manager, Adriatic and Balkans Business Unit,...

H.E. Mr. Jaap L. Werner

H.E. Mr. Jaap L. Werner

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Romania

Csaba Gergely

Csaba Gergely

President, HR Club and Senior Manager, PricewaterhouseCoopers Romania

Oana Mateescu

Oana Mateescu

Government Relations Manager Romania and Moldova, Coca-Cola Adriatic and Balkans Business Unit

Pierluigi Orati

Pierluigi Orati

CSR Manager at Enel

Axel Haentjens

Axel Haentjens

Vice president of Marketing, Brand and External Communications at Orange Business...

Robert Uzuna

Robert Uzuna

Member of the Executive Committee, Cambridge University Energy Network

Roger Vercammen

Roger Vercammen

Director External Relations, Sony Europe

Mihaela Radulescu

Mihaela Radulescu

Journalist

Nicolas Ceasar

Nicolas Ceasar

Senior Consultant, Ashridge Business School - Ashridge InterfaceRaise Programme

Keith Brown

Keith Brown

Chief consultant, AEA Energy & Environment

Johannes Brinkmann

Johannes Brinkmann

Professor of business ethics at the Norwegian School of management, BI, in Oslo

Antonis Mavropoulos

Antonis Mavropoulos

Vice-president of the Hellenic Solid Waste Association






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