Sandrine Kergroach is Head of SME and Entrepreneurship Performance, Policies and Mainstreaming at the OECD Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Regions and Cities (CFE). She leads CFE work on innovation and internationalisation, and the conditions that could enable SMEs and start-ups to scale up and drive a more sustainable, resilient and inclusive growth. She supervises the development of monitoring and anticipatory infrastructure, including the “OECD SME and Entrepreneurship Outlook” and a Data lake on SMEs and Entrepreneurship. She also leads efforts for mainstreaming the SME&E policy agenda. Her recent publications include the “Digital Transformation of SMEs”, “Financing Growth and Turning Data into Business”, and a new series on “Strengthening FDI-SME Linkages”. Prior to joining CFE, Sandrine Kergroach worked at the OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation on issues related to policy monitoring, measurement and foresight. She holds a Doctorate in Economics (TU Berlin), a Master in public and corporate policy and strategy, and a Master in Applied Economics and Statistics (Paris Dauphine-PSL), and a Master in Modern History (Paris Sorbonne).