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After years working for the detergent industry, Laure, co-founder of Spring, explained how she realized she wanted to create a better for the health, better for the environment and more convenient experience.
As transparency is one of our core values at Eutopia, Antoine, managing partner, recorded a “no-filter” podcast with Generation Do It Yourself where he goes back on his journey to Eutopia, the ups and the downs, and why he is so passionate about his job now. A story of resilience, introspection and passion.
It is an understatement to say that 2020 was challenging for many companies. Eutopia explains what it takes to build a successful and sustainable startup.
Created in 2014 by Emmanuel Brehier & Benoît Plisson, Hari&Co is developping a new plant-based offer made out of pulses. Initially designed for food service, their products are now available in supermarkets in the frozen and fresh aisles.
Three questions to better understand Eutopia thesis, how they want to bring together ambition and impact, and the importance of gender diversity within the team.
Eutopia has completed its final closing at € 100m and announces that its management company is now a B-Corp company.
We are very happy to have been invited as an expert for “The Good Pitch” podcast. In each episode, you can listen to the pitch of a startup working to make the world a better place.
Monday 9th, Oh My Cream’s Founder was awarded with the Bold Woman Award from Veuve Clicquot. It took her boldness to talk about transparency and to launch physical stores at a time when the term “clean beauty” did not yet exist and digital was key.
While 10 million tones of food is thrown away every year in France, this new retailer is contributing significantly to reduce food waste (35 tones every month in each store) while providing an affordable offer to its customers.
Food for thought to easily change our consumption pattern, following the path of inspiring startups. French version only.
In this podcast, Louis comes back on the story of Merci Handy, the importance of its team, the challenges he has faced, and why companies’ social mission matters so much.
Investor and former entrepreneur, Antoine Regis is looking at fashiontech as a special animal in the world of startups. He is betting on digital native brands to build the future of fashion.
Launched in 2015, the company has just closed a new round amid the coronavirus crisis. Dealing with the lockdown, it has developped a new online model which will be an add-on to its offline business.
I Make is selling more than 50,000 products to make at home any kind of products from cooking, clothing, home decoration, cosmetics and jewellery.
French direct-to-consumer startups are having a momentum with their customer centric model. The so-called “DNVBs” are using creativity and quality to change their markets. Interview with Julien Sylvain, founder of Tediber, one of the best example of the model.
Antoine Fine explains the creation of Eutopia, its vision on impact investment and on direct to consumer brands
See, taste, feel, touch: a consumer VC has to have a strong product sense to make it work. In this podcast, Camille explains her story and what she is looking for while hiring someone to join the team.
Eutopia, a spin-off of Otium Capital, is closing a first fund of 40 million euros to invest in consumer brands startups. Interview with its founder Antoine Fine.
Every consumer brand need to build a model aiming to “do well, with a few things, for many people”, a precept that the architect Jean Prouvé tried to democratize in the 50s after WW2.