Fabien Delime

Fabien Delime

Senior Consultant



Graduate of the University of Paris VI (DEA of Robotics), research assistant at the University of
California, Berkeley, holder of a Master in Automated Production and an Executive MBA (ESSEC),
Marc Alyari began his career in applied research at the University of Bordeaux, where he also teaches
computer science and electronics. He then moved to the private sector and worked successively as a
Project Manager in Oilfield Services, Telecom and Smart Cards at Schlumberger. He then joined In-
Fusio, the first start-up to introduce downloadable games on mobile phones, in which he organizes
and manages R&D teams. His interest in customer satisfaction naturally led him to sales activities and deployment of gaming services at SFR and then at Bouygues Telecom.

Initially focussed in technology consultancy – Fabien is author of numerous publications in International Papers about Energy related issues – and in service management, he then turned to Business Development. In this position, he recruited several consultants for a wide variety of positions in complex sectors, ranging  from highly specialised disciplines to cross-disciplinary activities.

Three years later, he joined Global One in 2000 (which became Equant in 2001), an international leader in telecommunications services for multinational companies, to held a position of CRM Marketing Manager. One year later, he was appointed Head of EMEA Bid Management & Customer Care, and he found himself once again in a position where he recruited highly specialised senior executives during four years.

Joining the recruitment area in 2005, to devote his talents to executive search, was therefore a natural progression. Leading Delime Executive Search is a continuous source of satisfaction, since such activity is typically at the crossroad of Fabien’s main sources of interest : Human and Organizations. On top of this main activity, Fabien Delime regularly point out Career Management and Individual Development in major French Business Schools, in the framework of executive programs.