Anne Lange, born in 1968, is an investor and entrepreneur in the new technologies sector and a Director. Anne Lange began her career in 1994 working in the Prime Minister’s office where she headed the government department for State control of public broadcasting. In 1998, she joined Thomson as Head of Strategic Planning, before becoming Head of the Europe e business Department in 2000.
In April 2003, Anne Lange was appointed General Secretary for the Internet rights forum, an agency of the Prime Minister’s office. From 2004 to 2014, she successively worked as Director of Europe Public Sector, Senior Executive Director of Global Public Sector & Media Operations (based in the US) and Senior Executive Director of Innovation for the Internet Business Solutions group at Cisco. She decided to quit Cisco to create her own start up, the software company Mentis, of which she was Chief Executive Officer until 2018, innovating in the field of the Internet of Things, the Cloud and Big Data. Since then, Anne Lange has divided her professional activities between directorships with major groups (Pernod-Ricard, Inditex, Peugeot-Invest), technology investment activities and consultancy services to senior managers in the field of business transformation.
Anne Lange is an alumna of the École Nationale d’Administration (ENA) and a graduate of the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris. She is a French national.