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Fleur Pellerin, ministre déléguée chargée des petites et moyennes entreprises, de l'innovation et de l'économie numérique

Digital economy

Minister Fleur Pellerin presents La French Tech Initiative

Marie Gallas-Amblard - 27/11/2013

On November 27 2013, at 6 pm, at Bercy, Fleur Pellerin, Minister of State responsible for Small and Medium Enterprises, Innovation, and the Digital Economy, alongside Louis Gallois, the French General Commissioner for Public Investment, officially presented theFrench Techinitiative, formerly known by its code nameQuartiers numériques(Digital Neighbourhoods).

The purpose of this initiative is to organise and highlight, in France and abroad, French digital ecosystems - both existing ones and those that need to be created - in order to encourage the growth of digital enterprises and help them become leaders worldwide.


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Idea Challenge


IDEA Challenge : what is your idea ?

CD - 27/08/2014

After a first successful round last spring, the EU wide contest for innovative start-ups, IDEA Challenge, is back and open from September the 1st to September the 30th. 12 new start-ups will be rewarded by EIT ICT Labs in 4 innovation areas: Cyber Security and Privacy, Internet of Things, Urban Life and Mobility, Smart Energy Systems.


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Scientific Prize

UbInnov rewarded


UbInnov was awarded a prize in the "Emerging projects" category in the 12th national competition for the support of innovative start-ups.


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Digital Simulation Awards

Inria start-up Distène awarded

AB - 24/06/2015

The Digital Simulation Awards, first held on 23rd June 2015, are intended to identify the French champions in the field of numerical simulation. Distene, the Inria start-up created by Mark Loriot and Laurent Anne in 2002, received the Jury Prize, amongst other awards.


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French Tech

We are LORnTECH!


After an initial series of label designations in November last year, the Minister of the Economy, Industry and Digital Technology, Emmanuel Macron and the State Secretary for Digital Technology, Axelle Lemaire, announced that LORnTECH had been awarded the prestigious Métropole French Tech label on Thursday, the 25th of June.


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NETVA 2016

5 Inria start-ups awarded at NETVA 2016

Sarah Alzieu - 9/06/2016

Supported by the scientific and technological services of the French embassies to the US and Canada, the NETVA programme (New Technology Venture Accelerator) helps young French businesses to find their feet across the Atlantic by introducing them to the contacts and resources they need to penetrate the North American market.


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Alexis Muller

Careers at Inria

Alexis Muller: "The path I chose was research"

Alexis Muller is an expert engineer at Inria Lille - Nord Europe. His early experiences in industry made him understand that his future lay in research.


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Régis Lhoste Chapo

Start-up - Sailendra

Interview with Régis Lhoste

At a time when Web content suppliers are facing profitability problems, Sailendra has developed a software platform making it possible, through the analysis of uses and the anticipation of user actions, to target a customer base and offer information likely to interest it. The recommendation engine marketed by the start-up has already been the subject of several contracts.


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Harmonic Pharma

Start-up - Harmonic Pharma

Interview with Michel Souchet and Stéphane Gégout

Harmonic Pharma is developing a solution to extend the therapeutic use of molecules existing on the market. The business was created by two people with rather atypical profiles in the world of start-ups, since they do not come from academic research. It is their pharmaceutical industry research know-how, for one, and the development of innovative technologies, for the other, that allow them to develop computing solutions offering new prospects to existing drugs. An offering with international reach that covers numerous therapeutic fields. Interview with Michel Souchet and Stéphane Gégout, respectively chairman and managing director of Harmonic Pharma.


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