fabrice leclerc

innovation in Switzerland

fabrice leclerc

innovation in Switzerland

Fabrice Leclerc is an innovator & entrepreneur who believes that making life better is the reason of any modern business. Over the last twenty years, Leclerc has pioneered innovation as a driving force of positive social & environmental evolution.

As CEO of Haagen Dazs, he partnered with Alberto Alessi, the “Godfather of “the Italian Design” to invent the Big love Cup, today a cult design used by Chef’s around the World. In 2 years he took over the leadership in the Italian luxury Ice cream business. For this achievement he received the top business strategy Award by Nielsen.

He then founded and spearheaded the L’Oréal’s Prestige innovation World lab. to enhance the user experiences of Giorgio Armani, Kiehl’s, Ralph Lauren, Biotherm and Diesel. He is the co author of 2 business breakthrough designed for Steve Jobs.

His collaborations with renowned companies such as SKY, Nespresso, Google, the Olympic games, the United Nations have received international acclaim. He is the founder of the eternal valley, a biodiversity & elements sanctuary, granted by Yvon Chouinard of Patagonia as one of the leading project on the quest for natural health & longevity.

Fabrice is an angel of the Swiss Federal Institute of technology and a mentor in the digital & sharing economy. He partners with Yves Behar at Fuseproject in San Francisco.

Faculty member of the Master of Fashion Experience & Design at the SDA Bocconi University in Milan and co founder of the "City of tomorrow" program at HEC Lausanne, Fabrice is also a frequent guest speaker on innovation, sustainability, technology and entrepreneurship. He has given talks at the United Nations RIO Earth Summit, TED, Bits & Pretzels, Global Tech. Summit ...

" modern innovations don’t only aim for higher material rewards, but to make life better, for us, for all living creatures. Our challenge is now to re connect with Life, in harmony with our World, our home, to thrive & evolve."

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