FDDAY without Manuel Valls + 23 million for Kyriba + Klassroom = INSIDERS
- FinTech Kyriba is raising $ 23 million to finance its growth.
- Klassroom, the application that digitizes the liaison book, raises 300,000 euros.
- The figure of the day: 80% of millennials connect to news sites via mobile, but …
- Image of the day: Despite their growth, French start-ups are struggling to find their profitability model
- Daily budgets: La Chose, Landor …
- The nominations of the day: altima ° Lyon, WeShareBonds …
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The right pressed to the FDDAY. Alain Juppé, François Fillon, and unexpectedly Jean-François Copé, came to meet French entrepreneurs and investors brought together by the France Digitale association for its annual event “France Digitale Day”.
On the left, Jean-Marc Ayrault launched the FDDay at the Quai d’Orsay and Axelle Lemaire, whose intervention was welcomed by the 2,000 participants (according to the organizers), responded present. As we announced yesterday, Manuel Valls, who was to intervene as a “surprise guest” declined at the last moment the invitation of the organizers.
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FinTech Kyriba, specializing in cash management, has just completed a funding round of 23 million dollars with Bpifrance, HSBC and Daher Capital. Founded in 2000 in Saint-Cloud, the French company is today established in the United States, England, Japan and the Middle East. To date, Kyriba claims 1,300 customers around the world.
With this new investment, the company plans to finance its growth and prepare for the commercial launch of its new products for fraud detection and supply chain finance. “The global market today is evolving very rapidly, becoming more risky for our customers, thus accentuating the need to use our software solutions.“, Explain Jean-Luc Robert, CEO of Kyriba.
Klassroom, the mobile application that reinvents the parent-teacher relationship, announces that it has raised 300,000 euros from Allianz and Idinvest, thanks to the SmartAngels platform. The application allows parents to share the daily life of their children when they are at school, but also to be alerted instantly in the event of a problem or to warn of an absence.
The principle is simple: the teacher downloads the application (or connects via the company’s website) and creates a virtual classroom. He then shares the identifier of this class with the parents of his students, who can connect to it and add the name of their child. Completely secure and non-intrusive, the application allows parents and teachers to communicate with each other, but without sharing their contact details. Nearly 40 schools in France and the United States have already adopted the Klassroom application, as well as around ten classes welcoming children with autism. The start-up, supported by Axelle Lemaire, should “soon announce significant new developments at national level”.
“We think the school cannot be reformed, but when we see the enthusiasm for Klassroom among teachers and the support of parents, we can only rejoice at this new proximity offered by digital»Says Frank-David Cohen, co-founder of Klassroom.
In the United Kingdom, millennials account for 36% of news site audiences, and spend an average of 69 hours per month on this type of media, all media (computers, mobiles, tablets), according to data comScore. They are thus responsible for 25% of the time spent on news sites from a computer, and for half of the time spent on this type of site from a mobile (in August 2016) . Last observation, if they connect mainly via their mobile (80%), the sources of information they favor are rather traditional media: the Daily Mail, the Guardian or the Telegraph.
With cumulative turnover up 39% over one year and recruitments up 27%, French start-ups are doing well, if we are to believe the results of the France Digital-Ey Barometer presented on the 29th. September on the occasion of France Digital Day.
However, if we go into the details of the analysis, 69% of the start-ups studied have a negative EBIT, and only 3% of them have paid dividends to their shareholders since their creation. Note that the study covers companies that are on average 6 years old.
** Methodology: survey carried out among 224 French start-ups. Start-ups in the barometer are on average 6 years old.
Piper-Heidsieck chooses La chose for its new brand signature in France and internationally
The Maison de Champagne Piper-Heidsieck has chosen the communication agency The thing to define its new platform and brand signature, as well as to develop its media communication in France and internationally. The agency will also be in charge of overhauling the brand’s digital ecosystem, and its presence on social networks.
The agency, which supports various brands in the beverage and luxury sector, such as Kronenbourg, Tourtel Twist or Labeyrie, recently convinced Fortuneo to trust it with its next communication campaign.
Landor presents Navblue, the new Airbus brand
Airbus announced it at the Farnborough International Airshow on July 12, and the Landor agency is in charge of defining its new brand identity. It’s done with the creation of the brand Navblue, presented on September 29, just over two months after the budget was awarded.
The new brand, which “puts the emotion of flight back at the heart of technical precision,” according to the agency, will be available on all of the company’s communication media. It should be noted that the brand’s website is presented in an original way: the “scroll up” has in fact replaced the “scroll down” usually used.
Anne-Laure Jozon becomes deputy director of the altima ° Lyon agency
After more than five years with Smile Digital, Anne-Laure Jozon joins the digital agency altima ° Lyon. As part of her new functions, she will be responsible for developing the division dedicated to user experience. At the same time, she will also participate in the commercial development of the agency, in close collaboration with Jean-Pierre Cauchy, managing director of altima ° Lyon. Previously, she worked for Air Liquide and Info Presse in Canada.
Alain Cuenot joins WeShareBonds as sales manager for financial products
The crowdfunding platform WeShareBonds decided to hire the services ofAlain Cuenot. Previously at JP Morgan, La Compagnie Financière Edmond de Rothschild and La Française Global Asset Management, he was appointed head of sales of financial products for the crowdfunding platform. In his new position, he will have to support the development and marketing of a new range of bond funds investing in SME loans.
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