Chief Executive Officer
Michel Filzi is the President and Chief Executive of Reed MIDEM since October 2020. After a career at Andersen Consulting then at the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Michel Filzi joined Miller Freeman in 1998, which became Reed Expositions France following its acquisition by Reed Exhibitions in 2000. He was appointed President/CEO of Reed Expositions France in January 2014. He graduated from Centrale Paris and holds an MBA from INSEAD.
Director of Business Operations & Strategy
Reed MIDEM’s Financial Director from 2002, then named Director of the Real Estate Division in 2010, Christophe Chupot became Director of Business Operations & Strategy in 2014. In this role, he oversees strategy and governance across the group, and supervises transversal functions in the service of the portfolios of events – client knowledge, marketing, sales, operations, and communication. Christophe sits on the board of the French Union of Event Organisers (UNIMEV). He is a graduate of INSA in Lyon and ESSEC.
Director of the Entertainment Division
Jérôme Delhaye joined Reed MIDEM in 2005 as Director of New Markets, and was appointed Director of the Entertainment Division in 2012. In this role, he supervises events built around the creative industries – television, music, and esports. Before joining Reed MIDEM, Jérôme worked for the Boston Consulting Group in New York and Paris. He holds an MBA from Columbia Business School.
Director of MIDEM
Alexandre Deniot joined Reed MIDEM in 2017 as Director of MIDEM, the international trade event for the music industry. Under his guidance, MIDEM has cemented its position as the benchmark event for the development of the music sector in the face of complex challenges from changes in technology and business models. Prior to Reed MIDEM, Alexandre held various posts at the Universal Music Group, notably Director of Business Development for UMG’s division based in Paris. He holds a master’s in commercial management from IAE France, Ecoles Universitaires de Management.
Director of MAPIC
Nathalie Depetro joined Reed MIDEM in 1995 as sales manager, before being promoted in 2010 to Director of MAPIC, the international retail real estate market. In this post, she is responsible for the portfolio of events dedicated to commercial real estate and the development of the galaxy of MAPIC brands, notably in Cannes, Milan, Moscow, Shanghai and Mumbai. Before joining Reed MIDEM, Nathalie held various management posts in real estate and investment. She has a master’s in law from the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis.
Director of the Television Division
Laurine Garaude joined Reed MIDEM in 1993 and has run the Television division since 2009. In this role, she oversees the global TV portfolio: the MIP Markets, including in Cannes, MIPTV preceded by MIPDoc and MIPFormats as well as MIPCOM preceded by MIPJunior, along with two regional markets MIP China and MIP Cancun. Before joining Reed MIDEM, Laurine held positions in international publishing including St Martin Press Inc. and Nathan. She is a graduate from Yale University.
Director of Human Resources
Delphine Guyon joined Reed MIDEM’s HR team in 2006 and was promoted to HR Director in 2016, based on 10 years of in-house experience dealing with various aspects of human resources – organizations’ change, development of a rigorous yet considerate managerial culture, Talents’ recruitment and development. Since September 2019, Delphine has also become Director of Human Resources for Reed Expositions France, with the objective of improving the human resources efficiency of the two entities. Delphine holds a CESA in HR and Governance from HEC Paris, and is a graduate of the Audencia Business School.
Commercial and Client Services Director
Matthieu Hallaire joined Reed MIDEM as Commercial and Client Services Director in 2011. As such, he oversees the commercial activity across compagny's event, including sales forces and client services, working to transform their expertise towards personalised sales consultancy and commercial efficiency. Before joining Reed MIDEM, Matthieu held sales and marketing posts at American Express and worked as a commercial consultant for Michael Page in London. He is graduate of ESSCA in marketing and sales.
Director of the Real Estate Division
Filippo Rean joined Reed MIDEM in 2010 as Director of MIPIM, before being appointed Director of the Real Estate Division in 2014. In this position, he oversees events in the real estate portfolio under a range of brands, including the MIPIM events for all categories of property, the MAPIC tradeshows for retail property, and the MIPIM PropTech shows for new technologies in the sector. Before Reed MIDEM, Filippo worked for GE Capital Real Estate, where he headed investment strategy and development in the European market, and with consultancy Bain & Co. Filippo is a graduate of the Polytechnique School of Turin and holds an MBA from Harvard. He is patron of the 2018 class in the Master’s in Real Estate Management at La Sorbonne (GESIIC).
Director of MIPIM
Ronan Vaspart joined Reed MIDEM in 2017 as Director of MIPIM, the international real estate trade event. As such, he is responsible for the MIPIM brand and the development of the MIPIM events held in Cannes, London and Hong Kong, and the MIPIM PROPTECH events in Paris and New York. Before joining Reed MIDEM, Ronan held various management posts at the AccorHotels group, notably VP Innovation and Projects Marketing. He graduated from ESSCA in marketing and revenue management.
Director of Communication
Mike Williams joined Reed MIDEM as Director of Public Relations in 2004 and was appointed Director of Communication in 2012. He oversees internal and corporate communication, as well as the internal press relations department which promotes the group’s events with the international media and which helps key clients optimise their visibility. Before Reed MIDEM, Mike held various media roles at Vivendi, Canal Plus and Variety, and was correspondent in Paris for several international publications for 16 years. He holds a degree in political science from York University.