[Made in Grenoble] Eazyshop, the High-Tech IoT Planet Show, and the right address …
From Eazyshop to Tarmac, via the High-Tech IoT Planet Show in Grenoble: an overview of the news of the Grenoble digital ecosystem with Deborah Donnier.
The start-up Eazyshop is developing a collaborative shopping delivery service. Created by Alexandre Compain and David Bidard, two student-entrepreneurs from the Pépite oZer center, the company offers individuals lacking time, or having difficulty getting around, to have their groceries delivered by their neighbors.
Interview with David Bidard, co-founder of Eazyshop, by Deborah Donnier:
- Meeting of the Digital Cluster
Thursday October 13 from 5:00 p.m. (registration before October 10) will take place in the premises of Orange-Labs in Meylan a new meeting of the Clust’r Numérique with the theme “the international development of start-ups and digital companies”. Thus, the following issues will be addressed:
– “Should we consider leaving the mountains when we are a software publisher or a digital company? … ”
– “The keys to success on the American market”
– “Being a start-up and working with China”
– “International contracts: avoid the traps!”
All punctuated by the traditional cocktail, conducive to networking.
- AfterWork “Sports and Connected Objects”
Thursday October 13 also, Digital Grenoble, in collaboration with La Haute Société, is offering a new conference that will allow Pierre-Damien Berger, Industrial Partnership Manager at CEA Tech and referent of the IOT thematic network of French Tech in The Alps.
Christophe Bernard will talk to us about the major challenges of the sports and connected objects market with a case study of the company Petzl represented by Nicolas Beaurent. To end the evening, Vijayaraghavan Narayanan (Founder & CEO of Bluemint labs) will tell us about Bixi, a Grenoble success in the connected objects sector.
Meet at Totem Digital Grenoble, 16 Boulevard Maréchal Luautey where pizzas and drinks will also be present. 😉
From October 14 to 16 at the CCI formation will take place the new edition of Start-Up Week-End: 54 hours to start a business. This new edition, which will bring together 120 participants, highlights the challenge and adventure of entrepreneurship through the men and women who have inspired the community!
For this sixth edition in Grenoble, and after two editions punctuated by themes (“Sport and Mountain” in 2014, “City 3.0, the city of tomorrow” in 2015), the organizing team decided to give free rein to the imagination of its participants. The only key word: take the plunge!
Quentin Supernant, head of the Start-up Week-end Grenoble 2016 team, tells us more: “The two previous editions have been a success, and each time the theme has inspired the participants. But all ideas have their place in a Start-up Weekend, and this year we have decided to go back to the origins, to finally refocus on the essential: the desire to undertake, to try to make a simple idea a real project, and take the first step! This year, the key word is therefore to take the risk of taking the leap, and why not in the end, the risk… of succeeding! “.
- High-Tech IoT Planet Fair
During 3 days, from 25 to 27 October will take place the “High-Tech IoT Planet Fair“Together with the”Semicon Europa international trade fair», Offering participants a vision of the entire Electronics value chain, which makes the event unique in Europe.
15,000 m2 will house 700 stands and receive 7,000 visitors who will have access to:
- 3 days of Forums
- Start-up corners
- Pitch session
- Crash Test
- BtoB platform
- Partner events
A good opportunity to discover the latest IoT innovations impacting industry, society and everyday life. Open to Professionals and the High Tech Public!
The Tarmac, an innovator incubator, welcomes and supports young digital start-ups (connected objects / IOT, webmobile applications, artificial intelligence, etc.), greentechs (energy in particular) and Medtechs, to accelerate their time to market through a global offer which combines:
– A flexible and scalable hosting, with more than 60 offices from 10 to 70m² fully equipped in all-inclusive formulas (spread over 2 buildings of 1000m² each), shared means and moderate and progressive rents.
– Some support services business center type (physical and telephone reception, mail management, reprography, etc.)
– A “booster program “ individual and collective, which relies on the strength of the inovallée network and partners to support creators on all their entrepreneurial issues.
Since its launch in June 2013, they are more than 110 designers which passed through the doors of Tarmac, and 45 start-ups which were accelerated on its 2 tracks (more than 160 jobs created), including:
– 13 came out with promising successes such as Stimergy, Tenevia or Abeeway,
– 6 failed, but 2 entrepreneurs successfully re-created,
– 26 are currently undergoing an acceleration program (128 jobs).
In addition to the permanent involvement of 14 mentors and an active network of 130 business leaders and volunteer experts, who run each month consultancy services, workshops and conferences, more than 80 events, bringing together some 1350 participants, which were organized at Tarmac to promote exchanges, strengthen the community around the sharing of experience and develop the professional network.
The result of a public / private collaboration, the Tarmac was able to see the light of day thanks to the joint effort of the communities that have invested in the rental (Ville de Meylan, SPL Inovaction, La Métro for Tarmac M, Grésivaudan for Tarmac G), of the inovallée association, managed by business leaders, which provides governance, animation and support for creators, as well as volunteers and partners involved in the adventure.
Many success stories, some will be interviewed on Frenchweb, are preparing for Tarmac: Irlynx, Enlaps, Waga Energy, eBikeLabs, Mhikes, Skaping, SteadXP, Lancey Energy Storage, etc. Do not hesitate to come and meet the Tarmac team on its kiosk in the start-up corner of the IoT Planet trade fair, the unmissable event for players in connected objects and the general public, which will take place from 25 to 27 October at Grenoble!
Deborah Donnier is a serial entrepreneur, influential blogger, and web developer. She founded DDESIGN, a company specializing in the creation of WordPress websites. As the co-founder of Think WP, she is currently working on a documentary project that aims to raise awareness of WordPress and its community in France.