Welcome to Didier Henriod!

Cité Gestion is pleased to announce the arrival of Didier Henriod in its Geneva office.

Didier has built over the years extensive expertise as a specialist in rights management and partnerships in the sport industry. He built a broad network of audiovisual distribution companies, promoters and players taking part in major sporting events.  

Through his previous role as a manager at Infront Sports & Media AG, an international agency based in Switzerland active in the management and distribution of TV and marketing rights, Didier managed rights of various sports such as motor sports, ice hockey and football. Finally, he also founded and chaired his own company in the media and communication sector.

We wish him all the best in his new role!


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