Vincent Ducrey, 42, is the co-founder and CEO of the HUB Institute, a membership-based digital business think tank focused on research & B2B conferences with more than 700 clients and a community of 30’000 C-Levels.
A French entrepreneur with governmental experience, Vincent founded his first company at 22, NetEvent Solutions, a SAAS provider for trade show organisers, which he sold in 2002. From 2002 to 2007, Vincent ran his own consulting firm helping brands & corporates in developing digital marketing strategies. In 2007, Vincent was asked to join the French Government as a senior adviser for the Minister of Industry and Consumers Affairs, and then for the Minister of Education. From 2007 to 2012, Vincent launched several nation-wide and international digital initiatives while releasing his first essay, The Guide of Influence – HUB Management (2010), which turned out to be a longseller (5’000 copies sold) and award winner.
In 2012, in order to help brands, corporates and institutions disrupt and reinvent their businesses, Vincent co-founded the HUB Institute. Along with 40 experts, the HUB Institute delivers yearly +40 conferences and +600 insight papers, to 700 clients and a community of 30’000 C-Levels. In 2018, he co-published another long-seller, The Guide of Digital Transformation. In 2019, he launched the HUB Cities Initiative dedicated to smart, green and inclusive cities. As CEO of the HUB Institute, Vincent hosts several panels per month and delivers +60 media interviews per year.
Vincent lives in Paris, he is married and has two kids. He was awarded the insignia of the Knight of the Order of Academic Palms.