To enable young entrepreneurs to test, explore and launch their startup in a unique, innovative setting, Live for Good has launched the ‘Entrepreneur for Good Program’.
SKEMA VENTURES and CRESCENDERS collaborate to offer incubation and acceleration to SKEMA entrepreneurs in China. Thanks to this partnership, SKEMA students and alumni entrepreneurs will benefit from a diversified and competitive range of services that have been co-designed and customized together with SKEMA VENTURES to launch or accelerate their startups in China.
SKEMA VENTURES has organized one to one meetings for 6 incubated projects with one of the biggest financers of startup in the PACA Region: PACA Emergence. PACA Emergence has been launched 4 years ago by the PACA Region and has already supported c. 150 startups by investing more than €14m in those projects.
Sydney Adam and Sami Benali have just won the Coup2Boost with Dentsu Aegis. This contest started in January 2018 and gathered more than 2000 participants from 250 campuses working on 600 projects. 13 000 students voted to select the finalists. SWITCH was one of them!
SKEMA Ventures and WERESO (Leny Hénon, SKEMA alumni 2006, is one of the partners) have collaborated to offer the best of local co-working environment to SKEMA entrepreneurs in France.
SKEMA Ventures and website creation and e-business support agency Lemon Interactive awarded the Lemon Trophy to three young startup founders. The prize? Practical coaching by Lemon Interactive to accelerate the winners.
The first session of the STARTONIC WEEK-END organized by SKEMA VENTURES and TONIC Incubation took place at SKEMA Business School’s Lille campus from April 6 to 8.
In September 2017, 283 students from 25 schools and universities from across 23 countries took part in the “European Student Challenge: Breaking new ground in plant-based proteins to help feed the planet” conducted by Le Village by CA Nord de France and its partners. The result of this challenge was unveiled on March 24, 2018, in Lille.
He talks about the importance of closing the learning gap between academia and the industry and elaborates on the Research Center’s work in the cybersecurity sector.