Furthermore, DigiTribe's founder and CEO, François Lecocq, has acquired the shares of IT group and co-founder BuSI and is now the sole shareholder. After this transaction and with the new management, DigiTribe expects to reach a turnover of 10 million euros by the end of the year.
Until recently Benoît Carlier (41) was Country Director Belgium at Huxley, an international recruitment and consulting company specialised in IT, finance and engineering. Over the last twelve years he has held various strategic positions there. Before that, he worked for 5 years at the marketing agency Luon. He has a bachelor's degree in marketing from EPHEC.
"It is a great opportunity for me to join DigiTribe. We are at a pivotal moment in terms of digital transition in Belgium and Europe," says Benoît Carlier. "Since its inception, DigiTribe has been on a real growth path. As the new COO, I now have the opportunity to contribute to DigiTribe’s development. My role will be to streamline our operations so that we are ready for realize our ambitions in Belgium and abroad."
Six million euro in revenue
DigiTribe was founded in 2017 with the support of the IT group BuSI. Last month, François Lecocq took over the co-founder's 30% shares. The CEO is now the sole shareholder. In 2020, DigiTribe experienced a remarkable growth of 25%, accounting for a turnover of 6 million euros.
François Lecocq, CEO: "In four years time, we managed to build a stable company with a team of 50 consultants. We are now starting a new chapter, with very good prospects for the future. I am therefore very pleased that Benoît Carlier is joining me at the head of DigiTribe. Together with our team, we are ready to help our clients in their digital transition."
Read more about Digitribe's strategy and expansion in this L'Echo article from April 2021.