search
  • Name: Corinne Lozé
  • Occupation: CEO of Orange Luxembourg
  • Nationality: from France
  • Home: living in Luxembourg since February 2019

After almost five years spent developing the Orange network in Central Africa, Corinne Lozé took over the management of the French telephone operator’s Luxembourg subsidiary at the beginning of 2019. “Luxembourg is a very dynamic country,” she says, having been greatly impressed with its open and cosmopolitain nature. “It’s even better than I thought!” In a very competitive telecom market, “business here is exciting, especially with 5G projects and all the innovations associated with such initiatives”.

A lover of wide-open spaces, Mrs Lozé likes to walk in the Mullerthal region in the east of the country, “a particularly beautiful landscape and a great place to unwind”.

Photo credit: Maison Moderne/Jan Hanrion

Read more

Fit 4 Innovation: a successful programme

27-01-2020

Launched in 2014, the Fit 4 Innovation programme managed by Luxinnovation enables companies, especially SMEs, to find the resources they need to engage in an innovative way and to optimise their organisation.
Read more

Meet the decision makers (4/5): Marie-Hélène Massard

27-01-2020

For the past 8 years, Marie-Hélène Massard has been the CEO of Luxembourg insurance firm AXA. She values the collaboration between the public and the private sectors that stimulates business development.
Read more

The digital future

24-01-2020

Globalisation has largely influenced the operations of logistics service providers for decades. Today, it is time for them to embark on the journey of digital transformation.
Read more

Artificial intelligence for the benefit of all

22-01-2020

In May 2019, the Luxembourg government presented its strategic vision for artificial intelligence. The main priority of the Prime Minister and Minister for Digitalisation is to ensure that this extremely powerful technology will bring advantages to everyone.
Read more

Luxembourg partnership to develop innovative, EU-wide genome data services

21-01-2020

Luxembourg start-up Menego S.A. and the University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) signed a partnership agreement on the development of user-centred, transparent and secure genome data services. The objective is to develop a framework enabling the implementation of secure, trustworthy services.
Read more

All news

Fermer