The challenge Jeune Pousse is a student entrepreneurship contest based in Sophia Antipolis. It has been created by Isabelle Attali who wanted to find a way to make students from different school work together and interact with professionals. It is now organized and supported by Telecom Valley — an association which comprises 160 members, 18,000 employees, and 40,000 students.
Last September, over 40 students showcased their ideas. SKEMA students not only had the opportunity to work with students from the MIAGE, but also the option to choose this contest as an elective (providing they were in the MSc Entrepreneurship and Innovation program).
Since last year, the selection has now been made and there are only four teams left: Beelis, HSM Project, InMyFridge an Iris (a project launched by Jean Baptiste Buffet and Emilien Robin, SKEMA students in the MSc Entrepreneurship and Innovation program). Come and support them on March 23 at 2pm at Amadeus. Registrations are mandatory and can be done at this link.
SKEMA Ventures is a business unit created by SKEMA Business School dedicated to entrepreneurship and innovation. Through a unique value chain, that encompasses teaching, coaching, incubation, and acceleration, SKEMA Ventures allows each SKEMA student and alumni to think, design, test and launch an entrepreneurial project in a global context, on six innovative territories on four continents, benefiting from the best of each local ecosystem. With SKEMA Ventures, GloCal entrepreneurship is born!
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