Sanofi confirms its commitment to diversity and to the improvement of health throughout the world


In its seventh year partnership with the Women’s Forum, Sanofi’s Olivier Brandicourt, CEO; Gilles Litman, Head of Global Healthcare Global Business Unit Diabetes & Cardiovascular; Valérie Faillat, Head of the Sanofi Espoir Foundation and Isabelle Vitali, Head of Innovation & Business Excellence, took part in this year’s event to highlight the company’s commitment to e-health.


Sanofi was also involved in the issues of women’s leadership and diversity at work through the presence of a delegation of more than 25 employees from around the world at the Women’s Forum.

The 13th edition of the Women’s Forum, held in Paris on October 5-6 at the Carrousel du Louvre, brought together more than 2,000 participants from the worlds of business, politics and civil society to discuss the theme of “Engage for Impact! Daring to lead in a disrupted world”. During two days, the 2017 edition of the “Davos for women” gave center stage to the voices and visions of women and men from a wide array of backgrounds on global issues, such as smart-cities, climate change, artificial intelligence and health.

As digital technology and technological innovations are changing and reinventing the world of healthcare, Sanofi’s mission is to develop and modernize new treatments and services to improve the health of women and men and respond to the needs of patients.

Throughout the Women’s Forum, Sanofi hosted innovative e-health solutions, co-developed by women, led by the start-up Moona, the Docent Sant Joan de Déu Campus in collaboration with the Polytechnic University of Catalonia as well as DiabVoyage, a mobile app developed by Sanofi.


Watch the main highlights from the event, listen to our speakers, and discover the e-solutions showcased at the Future of Health Hub.



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01.29.18 By Sanofi Le Hub

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