David Albonico, the President of the Enlil Holding Group, was born on 21 February 1968 at Nice in France (French Riviera). He is a fourth-generation entrepreneur and has three children. He belongs to a range of trade associations including CGPME (Confédération Générale des Petites et Moyennes Entreprises or the “General Confederation of Small and Medium Business”), the FACC (French American Chamber of Commerce) and the AITB (Association des Ingénieurs de Télécom Bretagne – the alumni association of the Telecom Bretagne Engineering School).
As a graduate in engineering from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications de Bretagne and the holder of a master’s degree in pure mathematics from the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, he started out as a developer for a subsidiary of Telecom Éireann in Dublin. In 1995 he joined an international IT services company as a systems and network administrator and became a project manager in the military sector based at Brest. In 1998 he joined hardware manufacturer Sun Microsystems in the Paris region as a network and security consultant. In 2000 he became a sales for a human scale specialized network integrator. In 2003, he created and led a profit center specialized in networks and security for a national systems integrator.
In 2006, having built a portfolio of experience within the IT industry and gained technical, and commercial skills, together with operations and people management capabilities, he decided to launch the “Enlil” project. He resigned from his job, took a course on business turnarounds and brought together multiple individuals from his family or whom he had known during his professional career, with a view to pursuing the project to create an IT services group. He therefore initiated the founding of Enlil Holding and remains a shareholder and president of the Group.
The Supervisory Board is made up of eight members. Half of the Board members are themselves current or retired chief executives of other companies, the other half being managers or specialists within the IT sector.
The role of the Board is to monitor the company’s external and organic growth, to ensure that the Group is pursuing the right strategic choices, and to provide advice when the Group takes major decisions.