Adapt the recipe that has made French startups successful in the digital world to the industrial world. This is the bet of the new program announced by Bpifrance at the beginning of the year, the first measures of which were launched in March. “Startups are not a fad, but a new process of innovation“, analyzes Paul-Francois Fournier, Chief Innovation Officer of Bpifrance.
Industry is no exception to this logic. The public institution has already identified 1,600 start-ups.”for industrial purposes”, that is, requiring production that they can carry out independently, subcontract or distribute under a licensing model. 600 of them have already raised more than 1 million euros to finance their project. A third of them work in biotechnology or medicine, a third in green technologies, including energy transition, waste recovery, new modes of transport, and the final third includes areas such as…
Source: Le Figaro
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