Vitaprotech appoints new CEO for EMEA region

April 25, 2024



Vitaprotech has announced the appointment of Delphine Guerrier as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa).

According to the company, with many years’ experience in the general management of major international groups in the security industry, Guerrier brings to Vitaprotech significant expertise and a strategic vision to propel the group towards new challenges.

Strategic development

“I’m delighted to be joining Vitaprotech at such an exciting time in its history,” said Guerrier.

“The reputation of the Group’s market-leading companies and the diversity and range of talent within the Group have deeply captivated my interest.

“Expertise and professional excellence are principles that I hold dear and I am determined to ensure that they are embodied in every aspect of our work.

“Together, we are committed to strengthening our presence in the EMEA region, nurturing an environment conducive to innovation and collaboration and realising our ambitious vision of strategic development.”

Her appointment follows the recent signing of an acquisition agreement to acquire the assets of Identiv’s Security business by Vitaprotech.

In 2023, Vitaprotech saw its sales increase by 10% in organic growth, including two strategic acquisitions in France and in the UK, the company reports.

Reporting to Eric Thord, CEO of Vitaprotech and in collaboration with Seven2 investors and Bpifrance, Guerrier will be responsible for leading the different teams and companies of the Group in the EMEA region to achieve growth targets, while strengthening the Group’s leadership position in Europe and internationally.

“The ideal leader”

“We are convinced that Delphine is the ideal leader to accompany Vitaprotech through this crucial phase of transformation in our governance and development,” said Thord.

“Her ability to align the teams around a common project, her dynamism and her acute sense of results will enable her to guide the teams to a very high level.”

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