Julien Malbreil began his career at Paris’s City Hall, where he was initially in charge of relations with elected officials before becoming involved in external communication. In 2000, he joined the Election.com startup, taking charge of its commercial development, and applied his expertise to the task of delivering legislative progress in the form of Internet voting.
At the same time, he became an independent journalist specialising in new technologies for the Techno-Chroniqueurs Associés agency. He wrote for various specialist and mass-market publications on subjects as varied as IT, biology, transportation, building and the environment. He then joined Election Europe and played a role in making Internet voting a widespread tool in some of France’s largest companies. A Sciences-Po graduate, he holds a DEA qualification in international public law.