The four finalists – Cautioneo, Potion, Connect’Age and Skillbase – pitched their start-up proposals to a jury of professionals. SKEMA Ventures, INEAT Group, Paris Business Consulting, CCI Hauts-de-France, MEDEF Grand Lille and the Flandres Business Club judged the pitches.
Connect'Age is the first personalised platform for multi-sensory games aimed at senior citizens. They were awarded the “Tremplin de la Connaissance” (award for specialist know-how).
Potion, a social software white-label service that allows brands and retail chains to create and manage their own customer base, received the “Tremplin du Digital” (Digital award).
The winners will receive personalised consulting service, worth more than €3,000, adapted to their needs.
“Congratulations to the winners! We would like to thank our two funding partners, INEAT Group and SKEMA Ventures. We would also like to thank Cautioneo and Skillbase for their participation. Finally, big thanks to the members of the jury: Paris Business Consulting, Flandres Business Club, CCI Hauts-de-France and MEDEF Grand Lille. See you next year!” said Simon Tonnaire, president of SKEMA Conseil Lille.
More information is available on the Tremplins de l'Innovation website.