La Poste group is continuing its commitment alongside JFD to promote inclusion, gender equality and digital transformation.
As a local and regional company, La Poste group plays an essential role in weaving social links and developing exchanges within society. Through its history and its activities, La Poste embodies the values of utility and inclusion, values shared with JFD.
Faced with the accelerating pace of digital transformation and its impact on society as a whole, La Poste has made access to digital innovation for all one of its priorities.
The partnership between La Poste group and JFD, which has been renewed for several years, also reflects a shared desire to encourage the emergence of female tech talents. La Poste is committed to supporting and inspiring these bold women who are helping to shape the digital future.
This partnership is also part of a collaborative vision of the future, where a diversity of viewpoints and a mix of skills will help to meet the challenges of digital technology.
“For several years now, La Poste group has been proudly working alongside JFD, with whom we share strong values of inclusion and parity. We believe in the importance of gender parity and diversity in the digital world. We are delighted to support women who embody the excellence and boldness of Margaret Hamilton, in their entrepreneurial projects.” Nathalie Collin, Deputy CEO of La Poste Group and Patron of JFD 2020
JFD would like to thank Nathalie Collin, Deputy Director General of La Poste Group in charge of Consumer Affairs and Digital, and patron of JFD 2020, and the teams at La Poste Group: Marie-Aude Dubanchet, Deputy Director General in charge of Communications, Vanessa Chocteau, Director General of Docaposte Institute and the French IoT accelerator, and Alexandra Mauraisin, Brand Director.