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Pascal PERROCHON est responsable des Affaires internationales de FRANCE CHIMIE, organisation professionnelle des industriels de la chimie en France, secteur qui réalise plus de 74 % de son chiffre d’affaires à l’exportation (2023). Il est également détaché au sein de la FEDERATION DES INDUSTRIES ELECTRIQUES, ELECTRONIQUES et de COMMUNICATION (FIEEC) pour les questions de commerce international.   Avant de rejoindre France Chimie (ex Union des industries chimiques) en 2007, il a exercé les fonctions de Responsable du Service Douane et Commerce International au sein de la Fédération des Entreprises Internationales de la Mécanique et de l'Electronique (FICIME), après plusieurs années au sein du Centre Français du Commerce Extérieur (devenu BUSINESS FRANCE) comme attaché règlementaire sur la zone Afrique, puis Amérique du Nord.

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Université Paris Dauphine

Doctor of Economics and a graduate of ESSEC, Aude Sztulman is an Associate Professor at Université Paris-Dauphine - PSL, a researcher at the Dauphine Economics Laboratory (LEDa, UMR CNRS and IRD), and an associate researcher at the Centre d’Études Prospectives et d’Informations Internationales (CEPII). She co-directs the Master’s program in International Economic Diagnosis (Master 2 Diagnostic économique international) at Université Paris-Dauphine - PSL. Her work focuses on trade globalization and its effects. Her research examines the links between trade liberalization, income inequality, and poverty in both advanced economies and emerging and developing countries. She also works on free trade areas and the international fragmentation of production.


Stéphanie TISON

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Stéphanie Tison has been the Deputy Director of International Affairs within the Economics Division of the Movement of the Enterprises of France (MEDEF) since July 2016. She is responsible for the internationalization issues of companies and the monitoring of sovereignty and economic security policies, acting as the sherpa of the MEDEF Commission on Sovereignty and Economic Security of Enterprises, established at the end of 2018. Stéphanie Tison previously worked for about fifteen years within French and foreign public and private ecosystems related to diplomacy and international trade. Between 2008 and 2016, she managed the institutional and operational partnership between the Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CCI) and Business France (formerly Ubifrance) as the "Head of the CCI International Network & Relations with Export Partners" for CCI France. From 2004 to 2008, she supported the commercial development and establishment of numerous companies in the medical equipment and food ingredients sectors as part of the Economic Service of the French Embassy in Chicago, USA. This experience complemented two previous years spent in a law firm in Chicago, serving European companies entering the American market. Stéphanie Tison is a trained lawyer (DEA in Business Law and DESS in Litigation-Arbitration from the University of Paris II), was admitted to the Paris Bar in 1998, and began her career as a lawyer at the firm Thieffry & Associés in January 1999. Additionally, Stéphanie Tison was an auditor of the 2nd national session 2022-2023 of the Institute of Advanced Studies in National Defense (IHEDN) as part of the major in Digital Sovereignty and Cybersecurity (SNC5).



General Secretary of the Seqens Group, leader in pharmaceutical solutions and specialty ingredients. Vice-President of EFCG (European Fine Chemical Group) and Vice-President treasurer of SICOS Biochimie (French Fine Chemical Association). President of the Electricity Commission of UNIDEN and President of the Energy Tax Committee of MEDEF. Before joining Seqens in February 2016, Gildas worked for 4 years for Exeltium, a long-term power purchase consortium, and then for 5 years at Solvay Energy Services as Asset Manager of the Solvay group's power generation and load shedding units. Gildas graduated from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris in 2006.

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