Wed, Jul 11, 2007
Will Oversee Growth In US
Aero-News has learned Marc Bouvier has joined EADS North
America as the Vice President for Strategy and Integration, with
responsibility for the company’s growth and development
through mergers and acquisitions, business integration, and the
application of EADS technologies and products to the US market.
Bouvier most recently was Vice President, Large Security Systems
for EADS Defense & Communications Systems. In this capacity, he
built and managed a multicultural team for EADS' business
development in China. During a three-year period, the company
signed more than $100 million in contracts for the China Olympic
Previously, Bouvier was Vice President Strategy and Corporate
Development at EADS Telecom, where he oversaw the acquisition of
companies in the United Kingdom, Germany and France -- tripling the
company's revenues through external growth.
"Marc Bouvier brings to EADS North America demonstrated
strategic vision, and a proven track record of business execution,"
said Ralph D. Crosby, Jr., EADS North America's Chairman and CEO.
"We look forward to leveraging his expertise as our company
continues its growth in the U.S. market, focusing in the defense
and homeland security sectors."
Bouvier received his Engineering Masters Degree from the
National School of Civil Aviation, Toulouse, and holds an MBA
Degree from the Lyon School of Management.
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