Mobapi was in Paris from November 30th to December 1st to attend two events highlighting the innovative Start-ups of French Overseas territories. Here is a summary of those two days full of emotions and encounters!
Innovation in Overseas territories
The Mobapi project was selected for the final phase of the 2nd edition of the “Innovation Outre Mer” competition held at the Hub BPI France in Paris. Vincent Reboul, CEO, pitched Mobapi in 90 seconds ahead of investors, representatives of major French companies, and other Start-Ups.
Mobapi seduced the jury and received the first prize of Mobile Innovation! A great reward for which we are proud, and which proves that Mobapi is an innovative solution that facilitates the sharing of data between organizations.
The “Innovation Outre Mer” competition is organized by Outre-Mer Network, Impact partners and the Hub BPI France to reward innovative projects carried by overseas start-ups.
Mobapi pitches at Jeudigital #FrenchTech
This beautiful adventure did not stop there… The next day, we were invited to the Ministry of Overseas for the “Jeudigital French Tech”. This event, organized each month in a ministry, allows six start-ups to present their innovative products and services to investors, key accounts and public buyers.
After a few hours of personalized coaching, we presented Mobapi in front of Ericka Bareigts, the French Overseas Minister, Axelle Lemaire, the Secretary of State for Digital and Innovation, and a hundred guests. It was a unique opportunity to discuss the future of data sharing and Overseas Entrepreneurship.
We would like to thank the “Réseau Entreprendre Guyane ” for their valuable assistance in organizing this trip.
We also congratulate the other Start-Ups present during these two days: Shop’iles, E-Sims, Rumware, and Oscadi. And add a nod to Green Technology ;)
Some Tweets (In French)…
— La French Tech (@LaFrenchTech) 1 décembre 2016
— Jeunesse Outre Mer (@JeuneOutreMer) 6 décembre 2016
— Philippe Arnaud (@medialight974) 1 décembre 2016
— Mediaphore (@Mediaphore) 1 décembre 2016
— Emma Antropoli (@EmmaAntropoli) 1 décembre 2016