March 09, 2023 - Acolad – global leader in content and language solutions – announces the appointment of industry veteran, Arnaud Daix, as the new Executive Vice President for North America.
Having been part of the Acolad universe since 2011, Daix left the company briefly in 2022 to explore a new path in data science and AI and is now back to lead the group’s North American team. With a career spanning over 20 years in the Language Industry space, Arnaud will be leading a team he knows well and driving the continued strengthening of Acolad’s footprint in the territory.
“North America is a key geography for the overall group strategy,” stated Chief Revenue Officer, Gráinne Maycock. “Having someone with Arnaud’s track record and knowledge of Acolad’s history and vision is a major plus for all of us. We are excited to have him back.”, she adds. Daix’s responsibilities will now include the overall management of the North American region, supervising Operations, Sales and holding overall P&L responsibility.
About Arnaud Daix
Arnaud Daix’s career in the LSP industry spans over 20 years in various management roles, leading large international teams, and complex global projects across multiple industries. His peers recognize him for his customer relationship development skills and ability to build and lead high-performance teams. French-born Daix joined the group in 2011 as the Managing Director for Luxembourg and Romania for Euroscript (later Amplexor), followed by several assignments in Operations and Account Management. After a year spent as Chief Operations Officer of a Data Services industry leader, Arnaud re-joined the Acolad group in February 2023 as General Manager of North America to drive the continued growth of Acolad across the US and Canada.
“It is great to be back and see both familiar and new faces! I am looking forward to working with everyone again, focusing on our customers’ requirements and confirming Acolad as their partner of choice in North America.”
Executive Vice President for North America , Acolad