An engineer by training (Ecole Polytechnique, ENSAE ParisTech) Stéphane Marchand is an author and journalist, scientific columnist at L'Opinion and chief editor for Paris Innovation Review. Stéphane is also General Delegate of Enterprise & Progrès, an association that claims a central place for man in the management of companies.
He began his career in 1987 at the newspaper Le Figaro as a reporter for the Foreign Service, before being appointed correspondent in Washington D. C., where he covered the end of George Bush's (father) term and Bill Clinton's first term. Back in France, again at Le Figaro, he became editor-in-chief of the Macroeconomics department. In 2006, he was deputy editor-in-chief of Le Figaro, responsible for the Debates Opinions pages where he signed editorials. He left the Figaro in 2008 to found the online business newspaper E24 and then ran it until 2009.
A amember of our Editorial Board, he has been involved in Paris Innovation Review since its foundation, writing articles under the collective signature "Paris Innovation Review Editors."