At the heart of the start-up ecosystem with #StartupsMoments
#StartupsMoments, the first advertising campaign aimed at asserting the Societe Generale group’s support throughout the life of start-ups and its proximity with the digital economy. 15 entrepreneurs, small and big, all clients of Societe Generale, agreed to give their account by telling us anecdotes relating to 5 key moments of their corporate lives, such as the hiring of their first employee or their first fundraising campaign.
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Welcome Pack Startup
Societe Generale Retail Banking in France, which supports 2,000 start-ups, including 200 start-up "gems", is launching a new global support system with the aim of becoming the preferred partner for innovative companies. Its objective: to help start-ups flourish in all phases of their development, from growth to profit. Since 2015, for example, the bank has been supporting the start-up Wistiki in France which designs networked products that help find lost items.
A resolutely open innovation approach
Marylène Vicari opens the Liberté Living Lab
The co-founder and director of the Liberté Living Lab (LLL) - an incubator for innovation and technological, civil and social entrepreneurship - Marylène Vicari wound her way to the world of startups after spending many years working in communications agencies. She specialised in change management and innovation and worked a lot with the telecoms sector, which was the first to be impacted by the internet revolution.
A new set-up to boost disruptive innovation
Promising treatments for rare illnesses
Lysogene is a French biotech company created in 2009 by Karen Aiach and Olivier Danos. The company is a pioneer in the fundamental research and clinical development of gene therapies. Lysogene uses adeno-associated viral vectors to treat rare and fatal illnesses that affect the central nervous systems of children.