Mr. Bruno Lanvin,
"Broadband is not a luxury that only an advanced economy can afford. It has
become the underpinning of a more dynamic, sustainable and equitable globalized
economy. Together, we can make this happen. The time is now."
Since September 2007, Bruno Lanvin has been the Executive Director of
INSEAD’s eLab, managing INSEAD’s teams in Paris, Singapore and Abu Dhabi.
Since 2009, he has been the chair of the Global Advisory Council on ‘Future
of Government’, at the World Economic Forum.
From 2000 to 2007, Bruno Lanvin worked for the World Bank, where he was
Senior Advisor for E-strategies, and Regional Coordinator (Europe and Central
Asia) for ICT and e-government issues. He also headed the Capacity Building
Practice of the World Bank’s Global ICT Department, and served as Chairman of
the Bank’s e-Thematic Group.
Since 2002, he has been co-authoring the Global Information Technology
Report, (INSEAD - World Economic Forum). He holds a BA in Mathematics and
Physics from the University of Valenciennes (France), an MBA from Ecole des
Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) in Paris, and a PhD in Economics from the
University of Paris I (La Sorbonne) in France.
A frequent speaker in high-level meetings, he advises a number of global
companies and governments, and is a member of numerous boards, including that of
the Tallinn E-government Academy.