Jean-Baptiste Soufron in 2010
April 6, 1978 |
Jean-Baptiste Soufron is a Lawyer and a journalist who graduated from La Sorbonne. He translated The Future of Ideas, a book of Lawrence Lessig in French. He has been consultant for free software and open source companies in 2006.
In 2010, Soufron was director of the think tank of Cap Digital. As such he has been writing on open innovation in Esprit. He co-founded Amusement Magazine and the reviews website Non Fiction. As a journalist, he co-hosted the live shows Minuit/Dix and Le Rendez-Vous on France Culture.
In 2012 he has been working along with Fleur Pellerin, advisor of candidate François Hollande on digital economy. After the election of François Hollande and the nomination of Fleur Pellerin as Deputy Minister of Small & Medium-Sized Businesses and Digital Economy, he becomes senior advisor on digital economy to Fleur Pellerin and General Secretary of Conseil national du numérique.
- « Building a New IP Marketplace », Jean-Baptiste Soufron, IBM GIO 2.0, septembre 2006, page 2.
- Election in 2005
- Wikimedia Foundation Resolutions
- (French) Jean-Baptiste Soufron, Directeur du programme Think Digital
- (French) Abdel Bounane et Jean-Baptiste Soufron lancent le premier magazine haut de gamme dédié aux jeux vidéos.
- description of Jean-Baptiste Soufron on France Culture website
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