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Cyril De Reynies, KEDGE graduate and Transformation & Sustainability Director at Capgemini Invent interviewed by our students!

The J'irai boire un verre avec un Alumni (JIBVA) ProAct students are meeting KEDGE graduates, in both France and abroad, who have atypical career paths.

This former member of KEDGE Business School’s rugby team started his career as a purchasing consultant in the consulting firm MASAÏ. He then moved into headhunting and recruitment consulting for consulting firms and investment funds.

🔎 In quest of something new, Cyril and a partner created Club Achats - a purchasing service company. He returned to consulting a few years later, specialising in the transformation of purchasing and finance functions. Currently, he holds the position of Transformation & Sustainability Director at Capgemini Invent.

Capgemini Invent is the digital innovation, consulting, and transformation subsidiary of the Capgemini Group. This line of business combines expertise in strategy, technology, and data science to help its clients implement digital solutions.


The sustainability dimension has increasing importance in the consulting agency’s activities. In this regard, Cyril leads the Sustainable Procurement Offer, which contributes to reducing the carbon footprint of a company and its



According to Cyril, in life “We only do well what we love to do”. 

You can find out more about Cyril’s career history and current job by watching his interview via the link below 👇🏻

Capgemini Invent is currently recruiting individuals whod like to begin their professional careers in transformation strategy consulting! 🚨


So if you are interested in consulting, in particular in digital transformation, don’t hesitate to contact Cyril:

The JIBVA ProAct meeting KEDGE Alumni🎓

The students of the J'irai boire un verre avec un Alumni – JIBVA (Have a Drink with an Alumni) Pro-Act are meeting graduates of KEDGE, both in France and abroad, who have non-standard career paths. Their aim is to spend meaningful time with them and to make them more accessible to our community of students and graduates.


In the form of short videos, the interviews are broadcast on the ProAct's different social network pages: 


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