Hugues-Antoine is a principal in Analysys Mason's London office. He has worked for a range of clients across various geographies – including telecoms operators, vendors, national regulatory authorities and industry bodies – developing recommendations supported by market opportunity forecasts, international benchmarking and primary research. Much of his recent work has focused on new areas for telecoms operators, such as the Internet of Things (IoT). His work in this area includes exploring the potential for IoT services and the possible roles for telecoms operators.
He rejoined Analysys Mason from Bureau Veritas Singapore, where he was involved in the preparation of the 5-year strategic plan for the South East Asia & Pacific regional business unit, and in the launch of key growth initiatives in several countries in the region. Prior to this, Hugues-Antoine worked in Analysys Mason's Singapore and Paris offices, where he contributed to a range of regulatory and due diligence projects.
Hugues-Antoine holds an Advanced Master in Strategy & Management of International Business from ESSEC Business School (France), an Engineering degree from Ecole Centrale de Nantes (France) and an MSc in Offshore and Ocean Technology from Cranfield University (UK).
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