In 2021, Hiventy developed a two-division organization that will allow it to grow and accelerate its development.
The France division, headed by Benoît Provost, is organized around four Business Units, each in charge of one of the group’s four core businesses, audiovisual post-production, localization, management and delivery of audiovisual content and films and restoration.
The International division, headed by Juliette Vivier, brings together all of the group’s foreign subsidiaries.
Hiventy Asia, based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and Singapore
Hiventy Poland, based in Warsaw, Poland
Hiventy Africa, based in Nairobi, Kenya and Lagos, Nigeria
To support the Business Units and International division in their development and in conquering new markets, a Business Development Unit has been created. Under the leadership of Bertrand Chalon (Group Director of Development and Strategy). The Business Development Unit is in charge of:
Continued technical and market monitoring
The structuring and marketing of the company’s services
Participation in discussions on the company’s strategic development
Project management in the development of tools and workflows allowing the company to offer more types of services, increase production volumes and optimize production costs.
The company has two Executive Committees in charge of governance.
Group Executive Committee
In charge of governance, strategy and development, composed of Thierry Schindelé (Managing Director), Thierry Barbé (Secretary General), Eric Amorim (Financial Director), Benoît Provost (Director of Operations France), Juliette Vivier (Director of International Operations) and Bertrand Chalon (Director of Development and Strategy).
France Executive Committee
In charge of operations, composed of Thierry Schindelé (Managing Director), Eric Amorim (Finance Director), Salima Mebarki (Human Resources Director), Benoît Provost (Director of Operations France), Cédric Bruzac (Post-Production Business Unit Director), Emmanuelle Bouziguet (Localization Business Unit Director), Franck Goujon (Content Distribution Business Unit Director) and Benjamin Alimi (Classics Business Unit Director).