Do you have a disruptive idea or startup in the food production, transformation and logistics, or consumption sector? The FAMAE Foundation, which supports innovation in the field of environment, has launched the Food For Good Challenge with a prize of €2 million up for grabs. Read this article for details and register today.
Capgemini, Modis, Sogeprom, STEF, and Tremplin Handicap have teamed up for the Coup2Boost contest to support and finance the projects of students from Grande Ecoles business schools. The competition is open to all themes. Read the article for details.
SKEMA Ventures is organising the next edition of the Startup Kafe on January 28 at the Raleigh campus and on February 10 at the Lille, Paris and Sophia Antipolis campuses. If you have an entrepreneurial idea and would like to test it, register today!
Telecom Valley is conducting the 18th edition of the Challenge Jeunes Pousses student entrepreneurial contest on January 23 at 5pm in Nice. It is a company creation contest that is open to students from the bachelors, masters and PhD programmes. Read the article for more details.
Would you like to gain visibility for your social innovation project? Register to participate in ChangeNOW 2020, an international summit for change, which is set to take place between January 30 and February 1 in Paris, Grand Palais.
Jiangsu SHP Cultural and Creative Development Limited is conducting the project launch and start-up ceremony of Belt and Road Industrial Park in Suzhou on November 29 at 1:30pm. Register here.
La Social cup, the popular competition for young social entrepreneurs in France, is coming back with its 6th edition. Read the article for details.
SKEMA Ventures Raleigh club is conducting a ‘Live Case Exercise’ workshop on October 22, 5pm, at SKEMA’s Raleigh campus with guest presenter and NC State alumnus Praneet Mocherla, founder of Vesta. Register here.
To help young entrepreneurs prepare themselves before launching their business projects, SKEMA Ventures is conducting the Bootstrap workshop at SKEMA Business School’s Sophia Antipolis campus from November 25 to 27. Read for details.
Reports have revealed that the number of businesses created or taken over by women remains quite low. To remedy this and promote women entrepreneurship, the Femmes Chefs d’Entreprises (FCE) Grand Lille association is conducting a competition – Trophee Elles Creent en Hauts de France. Read the article for details.