Qwant appoints Tristan Nitot as CEO

Thursday 19 September 2019 | 11:13 CET | News
French-based start-up Qwant has announced that Tristan Nitot has been promoted to the role of CEO, working alongside founder and president Eric Leandri, who launched the search engine in 2013.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Qwant
Countries: Europe / France
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