HEC Incubator: Meet the Winter 2020 batch
The 34 entrepreneurs of the new Winter 2020 batch of the HEC Incubator began their training this Monday, January 6 at Station F.
Fresh and motivated, the ten startups that have been drastically selected will boost their development over the coming months by relying on the HEC X Station F cross-ecosystem.
The HEC incubator is currently supporting 65 startups in the 700m2 of premises nestled in the heart of Station F. The support programme relies on numerous experts and professors from HEC Paris to help companies accelerate their development and save time. A call for applications is launched every three months.
Thanks to Fygr an intelligent cash management and forecasting tool, François Menjaud (H2017) and Geoffrey Laird are transforming the promises of Open Banking into concrete solutions for managers of start-ups, VSEs and SMEs, and their accountants.
With digital design and off-site pre-assembly technology, startup Vesta and its co-founders Jean-Christophe Pierron, Nicolas Guinebretière and Sylvain Bogeat (H2013) are revolutionizing the construction industry by designing buildings 25% cheaper, 50% faster and 100% environmentally friendly.
Simple, fast and very practical, Station Kids is a marketplace that allows parents to find and book children's extracurricular activities in their neighborhood. Parents will thank the two mompreneurs Coralie Piton (H2000) and Mathilde Vallat (H99).
At the crossroads of entrepreneurship and eco-responsible well-being, three HEC Alumni (MSc HEC Entrepreneurs) Marie-Claire Kanaan, Laure de Lacaze and Camille Pereira have created Medene, the new aromatherapy e-commerce platform that offers 100% Made In France preparations, adapted to each person's nature.
Ubbyk maximizes employee engagement and retention by automating repetitive and time-consuming tasks, enabling simple and fluid onboarding. For Aubry Hanrion, Etienne Retout (MSc HEC Entrepreneurs 2019) and Étienne Page (MSc HEC Entrepreneurs 2019), this is an opportunity to put people back at the centre of the process.
When innovation and research in biology join forces, the result is Synovance. Efthimia Lioliou (Executive MSc Entrepreneurship & Innovation) and Brian Jester are committed to the circular economy by producing natural bio-dyes for the textile industry from microflora and using plant waste as raw material.
The new year is already shaping up to be full of surprises! Stay tuned!