ARRIVAL OF CHLOÉ CHEVRIER, INTERNATIONAL SALES MANAGER
Leading French documentary producer and distributor ZED (Manuel Catteau) has hired Chloé Chevrier to join its international distribution team as sales manager.
Graduate of a Master’s degree in International and Intercultural Management, Chloé Chevrier has over six years of experience within the audiovisual sector. She started as Sales Coordinator at GAD before joining AUDITORIUM FILMS as International Sales and Acquisitions Manager.
She succeeds Charlotte Tachet as International Sales Manager at ZED — who was nominated Head of Distribution and Acquisitions in early 2022. Chloé Chevrier is now in charge of the sale of projects and catalog titles in Asia, the Middle East, Israel, Benelux, Greece, Switzerland and French-speaking Canada. She also manages inflights and ancillary rights worldwide.
This hire underlines the strategy for continued international development that ZED’s president – Manuel Catteau – has been driving for nearly a decade. The growth of the Distribution team (which now includes 8 people) is evidence of the company’s strong presence on international marketplace.
An independent producer and distributor, founded by Manuel Catteau almost 30 years ago, ZED is a key player in French documentary production, with a raft of major international broadcasters among its clients. With a catalog of 2 000 hours, ZED is also one of the major international sales companies and represents more than 130 prestigious French and foreign production firms, handling distribution of their output to broadcasters across the globe.
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