This is the story of a hoodie that never leaves its owner. This catch-all says a lot about different roles that plays its holder- surfer, coder, entrepreneur- as an immutable avatar. Still wearing his emblem, Alexandre has become one the archetypes of young French geek who dreams of French Tech.
As of the age of 15, Alexandre realized that there was no news mag for young people and founded PlanetAdos.net & ActuAdos.fr, two media portals for teenagers. Four years later at Epitech, Alexandre met Jéremy Nicolas (actual Deputy CEO of meltygroup) and brought this projects to maturity. In 2008, they founded Eeple with others classmates and launched Melty.fr.Success results in a computing program, Shape, developed with his partner Jérémy. This algorithm, whose recipe remains secret, allows to detect web trends in real-time. The two engineers applied it to youth, believing media offer to be very poor.
Becoming instantly popular, Melty network reaches one in three French young people, with more than 16M UV/month. Melty is growing strongly: international expansion (already present in Italy, Brazil, Spain, Germany…), many vertical (Discovery, Buzz, Campus, fashion, Food, Style…) and production of web series.
This is the story of two young people, fresh out school and working in a start-up, who are looking for entrepreneurial adventure. Even if they know nothing about the automotive industry, they were convinced that the traditional distribution of vehicle had to be updated to real consumer needs: choice, comparison, purchase at better price, Internet…
All started in Paris Nicolas’ studio in 2001, where Nicolas and Guillaume learned about automotive business. Four months later in January 2002, they sold their first car: it was a 206. They launched very quickly their website and developed a physical network of commercial agency in order to meet consumer demand.
More than 10 years later, AramisAuto is one of the largest French online B2C car retailers and sells new and used cars through its website, call center and network of local agencies located in more than 15 majors French cities.
Guillaume and Nicolas allow you to connect to 21st century, where you can climb a 35% discount without negotiating!
This is the story of partners and repeat entrepreneurs. WorldStores is the latest company of Joe Murray and Richard Tucker. These repeat-entrepreneurs have founded two companies before, and in their second business, a marketing agency specialized in the purchase of keywords, they have screened many sectors and have identified emerging on line market in the UK.
They concluded that on line furniture was evident and represented the highest opportunity with real potential.
Joe and Richard launched WorldStores in 2007 and have rescued thousands of sofas, beds and mattresses from a life languishing in Britain’s warehouse, which is key part of their strategy. They have built a powerful supplier network in the UK that allows them to delivery product in 24 hours. Joe and Richard build out an amazon-style ecommerce model.
WorldStores is a central website connecting a multitude of ones from BedroomWorld to DogKennersWorlds and TrampolineWorld, offering more than 300,000 items of furniture and other household goods. It is more than 15 times more products than its main competitors.
A quick delivery and a huge amount of choice are keys of success and help WorldStores grow very fast !
This is the story of an entrepreneur – a former partner in a private equity firm – who was looking for his next challenge. He was already familiar with the startup scene as his 10-year VC background focused on financing young, innovative companies across a wide range of industries.
In 2013, he saw an enormous potential to shift the stagnant translation market online. When he took over the management at TextMaster, his vision was to create a technology-driven company that would combine the power of cloud integration and human expertise. Under his leadership, the company has carefully recruited, qualified and verified some of the best translators worldwide in over 40 languages and fields of expertise. TextMaster has also massively invested in R&D to bring state-of-the-art translation-assistance technologies to anyone, in just one click.
Three years later, that vision has become a reality: over 5000 clients in more than 110 countries access TextMaster’s translation services online or through API and 3rd party integrations. The cloud-based translation service has successfully won over Fortune500 companies, online retailers, global startups and SMBs.
By optimizing and simplifying translation workflows, TextMaster redefines how businesses manage and scale their international expansion.