With a background as a chemical engineer (Centrale Marseille) and after a few years at KPMG as a senior consultant, Corinne Versini joined IBM France in the 1990s. Responsible for transferring technologies, products and programs from the United States to contribute to IBM's development in Europe. Ms. Versini then joined another multinational company, STMicroelectronics. Over the years, she has acquired expertise in how to create wealth, optimize costs and support human capital within organizations.
With these experiences and skills applied to economic development, Ms. Versini decided in 2010 to found her own company "GenesInk". A start-up company specialized in the development and marketing of innovative conductive and semiconductor inks mainly for the electronics market.
As a member of the foreign trade advisors involved in promoting the territory, she is also the founder of BPW France Marseille Métropole to defend the place of women in the world of work. Ms. Versini is also a member of the Board of Directors of the European Association OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association), which is the leading international industry association for emerging electronics technology of the future. In 2019 she received the Knight's Insignia of the National Order of Merit from Mr. Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic.