Born in 1969 in Rennes, Rodolphe Belmer is a French businessman and entrepreneur. He studied at the Prytanée National Militaire before graduating from HEC with a specialization in entrepreneurship. He began his career in 1993 as Brand Manager at Procter & Gamble and then at McKinsey & Company from 1998 to 2001. This position led him to analyze and write numerous reports on the situation of the audiovisual in France.
Between 2001 and 2015, Rodolphe Belmer built his career within the Canal+ Group, being appointed as Chief Executive Officer in 2003, before serving as Group Chief Executive Officer from 2012 to 2015. Over those 14 years, he relaunched the group's free offer, put on air programs such as "Le Petit Journal" by Yann Barthès and « creations originales » like Le Bureau des Légendes, Engrenages, Les Revenants...
In 2016 he joined the satellite operator Eutelsat Communications as Managing Director. He then became CEO of Atos, the European leader in cloud, cybersecurity and supercomputers in 2022.
In addition to these activities, Rodolphe Belmer is president of the foundation created by SACD - Auteurs Solidaires - since 2018. This fondation aims to engage in cultural actions to improve social ties and integration for all. Since 2019, he has chaired the Séries Mania festival, which annually welcomes more than 3,000 professionals from the global serial industry and an average of 72,000 spectators. He was also a board member of Netflix from 2018 until October 27, 2022, when he took over as Executive Officer of TF1 Group. Rodolphe Belmer is nominated CEO after the board of directors of February, 13, 2023.