SKEMA student Léo Hardy’s KeeBox, which is a connected box that has been engineered and designed to assist people in taking back control over their addictions, won two prizes at the competition conducted by Telecom Valley recently. Read the article for details.
If you are you a French startup in the post-launch phase and have a strong potential for international expansion, Slush 2018, one of the world’s largest startup events, is the place to be this December.
FRI_START, a project whose objective is to create a certified cross-border network of experts specialized in business creation and incubation, is conducting the FRI_START CUP competition. Read the article for details.
Are you working on an innovative project that has the potential to change the world? Get it noticed on a global scale by participating in the ChangeNOW International Summit for Change. Read the article for details.
WIBES, a unique footwear brand founded by SKEMA alumni Aurélie Gisclon and Nicolas Raudrant, was recently featured in Nice-Matin. The article highlights how the young entrepreneurs set out to conquer the footwear market in France based on an innovative idea they conceptualized. Read this article for details.
Are you working on a project that is expected to have a positive social, societal or environmental impact? Are you between 18 and 30 years of age? If yes, apply now to participate in Live for Good’s Entrepreneur for Good program and stand a chance to win a financial scholarship of €10,000. Read the article for details.
Innovation Grand Prix, one of the most anticipated entrepreneurship events, is back! Organized by Paris City Hall and Paris & Co, the event aims at encouraging, supporting and promoting young innovative companies, especially those involved in improving life in Paris and boosting the economy of the city. Read the article for details.
Azur Drones, a company managed by SKEMA alumnus Grégoire Thomas, has raised a new fundraising of more than €3 million. Read the article for details.