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Hapik, which has 15 fun climbing sites in shopping centers in France and two in the US, closed a 15M€ fundraising to acquire 7 new sites in the UK.
By taking up the French concept of the modular table leg, a useful and sustainable product, Matthieu Bourgeaux wishes to accelerate the awareness of environmental issues in the furniture industry.
Laboté appeared alongside aesthetic doctor Catherine de Goursac and a dermatologist to highlight natural and effective techniques in the prevention of skin aging.
Laure Favre highlights the path to creating a winning formula, Spring’s unique subscription model and recent range expansion.
Anthony Bourbon, Feed’s founder, integrates the jury of the show which connects entrepreneurs and investors.
Spotlight on Les Mini Mondes’ adventure 1 week away of Christmas : “60% of toys come from Asia, but a French startup wants to change the game”
Tech entrepreneurs are putting guilt-free foie gras on the menu and Gourmey’s cell-based foie gras is mentioned as one of the best.
Joyeuse co-founders explain that there is no shortage in sight for Christmas at Joyeuse: the storytellers are ready to be put under Christmas trees.
Marine Bocabeille and Quentin Ory founded Les Mini Mondes two years ago with the vision to shake the toy and kids content industry to make it greener, foster kids curiosity and entertain them with compelling stories.
Tediber, the French mattress and sleeping products brand, is closing its first LBO with Parquest Capital and Eutopia.
By Charlot is announcing its first fundraising with Eutopia to develop its omnicanal strategy and its first build-up with Herbarium
Antoine and Julien were interviewed by Bpifrance to share their experience, what it takes to build a sustainable company and how, as an investor, we can help to make this ecological transition.
Founded in 2018, Yellowpop plans to use the capital to continue its global expansion through 2021 and further develop as a lifestyle and home brand, providing consumers with a unique means of decorating their homes with thoughtful and trendy LED neon designs.
Freshly graduated, Judith Levy launched Même with her partner Juliette Couturier. She comes back on her mother’s cancer, her encounter with Juliette, the brand’s successful launch and future endeavors.
Camille and Gaëlle are interviewed together to explain how a startup and an investment fund word together.
Eurazeo has completed its majority investment in Ultra Premium Direct, alongside cofounders Sophie and Matthieu Wincker and Eutopia, existing minority shareholder via Otium Consumer, which would reinvest in the transaction via its new fund.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.