After starting his career as a management consultant, Mr. Fleury has held various managerial positions in the food industry in Iran, Morocco, Egypt, Greece, Georgia, Russia and Ukraine. For twelve years, he served as the C.E.O of the Georgian Glass and Mineral Water Company (now IDS-Borjomi). In this capacity, Mr. Fleury has presided over the creation of the largest industrial group in the ex-Soviet Union in the field of Mineral Water, with several production units in Ukraine, Georgia and Russia.
In 2002, along with his Georgian partners, Mr. Fleury founded Chateau Mukhrani leading the revival of the most prestigious Georgian wine Estate of the nineteenth century. Jacques Fleury is a director of Georgian Wines and Spirits, a company acquired from Pernod-Ricard, a director of Chateau Mukhrani and a Board member of the Georgian Wine Association. In 2014, Mr. Fleury joined the Board of the International School of Economy of Tbilisi. He is by training an industrial engineer, with post graduate education in management from the University of Paris and the London School of Economics.