Julien Fourgeaud

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Fourgeaud in February 2012.

Julien Fourgeaud (25 April 1980 – 6 August 2014) was a French businessman and inventor. He was the digital services product strategist for Finnish video game developer Rovio. His work at the company led to the success of Angry Birds. He later co-founded Scarlet Motors. He also worked for the mobile phone company Nokia. He was born in Cluses, Haute-Savoie.

Fourgeaud died in a BASE jumping accident on 6 August 2014 in Magland. He was 34.[1]

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  1. "Disparition brutale de Julien Fourgeaud : la vallée de l'Arve endeuillée" (in French). Le Dauphiné libéré. 9 August 2014. Retrieved 3 September 2014. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |publisher= (help)

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