JB founded Criteo in 2005 and has driven its growth into a truly global organization with technology as its heart beat and its clients as its focus. Having transitioned his role from CEO to Executive Chairman in 2016, JB returned to the role of CEO in April 2018. A serial entrepreneur, in addition to a number of start-ups, JB also founded The Galion Project, a non-profit think tank that helps other entrepreneurs to grow faster.
As Chief Operating Officer, Mollie leads all global commercial teams - revenue, supply, operations and marketing. Mollie joined Criteo in 2014 as Chief Revenue Officer and was instrumental in growing the company to over $2 billion in revenue while sustaining a customer retention rate of 90%. Most recently she was honored as Working Mother of the Year in advertising, received a Silver Stevie award for “Female Executive of the Year”, and was ranked one of the most powerful woman in mobile advertising by Business Insider. Before Criteo, Mollie served in executive leadership roles at Millennial Media, Yahoo, Advertising.com/AOL and Time Inc.
Benoît is responsible for Finance, Legal, IT, and the Strategic Project Office. Since joining in 2012, he orchestrated the transformation of Criteo from a private to public company and drove the execution of the IPO on NASDAQ in October 2013. He previously served as CFO and senior finance roles at SAP and Business Objects. He holds a MBA from INSEAD as well as Master’s degrees from Dauphine University and ESLSCA.
As Chief Strategy Officer, Jonathan is responsible driving corporate strategy, acquisitions, partnerships, and key growth initiatives. Jonathan joined Criteo in 2016 as part of the acquisition of HookLogic, a company he co-founded in 2004. As CEO of HookLogic he built a global advertising program across many of the world’s largest ecommerce sites, this innovation is now the core of Criteo solutions for brands. Jonathan has Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Industrial and Operations Engineering from the University of Michigan Tauber Institute for Global Operations.
Dan joined Criteo in 2013 and leads all engineering and production. He has successfully scaled our world class R&D team enabling our successful IPO and has set the stage for long-term growth. Prior to Criteo, he worked at Google, Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard, and co-founded two companies in the Bay Area, one of which was acquired by Microsoft. He has an MS and PhD in Computer Science from Stanford University, and is an inventor on close to 50 patents.