Quentin Sannié: from the recording industry to the environmental cause, confessions of a serial entrepreneur

Quentin Sannié is a serial entrepreneur. His early years in the work industry were marked by a variety of experiences in the consulting and communications fields. In 2007, working alongside Emmanuel Nardin and Pierre-Emmanuel Calmel, he fulfilled his childhood dream. Together, they co-founded the company that would become the leader of high-end sound: Devialet. A few years later, Quentin met …

Matthieu Birach: from Rothschild to Doctolib, leaving the banking industry for the start-up world, overcoming failures and joining the 1st French unicorn.

Graduated from the EM Lyon Business School, Matthieu Birach began his career at Rothschild and Société Générale, before discovering the world of start-ups in 2015. Driven by a desire to extend his horizons, Matthieu joined Take Eat Easy, a start-up specialized in meal delivery. Less than two years later, the project ended: Matthieu had to announce the end of the …

Training 1 million people in cybersecurity: Riot’s challenge

At just 33, Benjamin Netter is a serial entrepreneur. Find out more about his career. Co-founder and former CTO of October, Benjamin led the technical team at this French scale-up that simplifies and accelerates the lending process for small and medium-sized businesses. In 2017, Benjamin left October to found Riot, a SaaS tool for training employees in cybersecurity best practices, …

LegalPlace: 1M of recurring revenues in 2 years

Racem Flazi is co-founder of LegalPlace, a SaaS platform that supports entrepreneurs from the creation to the accounting of their company, in an automated way. Thanks to his entrepreneurial vision, Racem has succeeded in transforming and accelerating LegalPlace’s development. In less than a year, the team has grown from 60 to 150 employees, and recently raised 20 million euros to …

Web3: assess opportunities and get started

Go from 0 to 1 with Gilles Fedak, co-founder of iExec, a French Web3 pioneer offering a unique and innovative solution to protect and enhance your digital assets. In this episode, discover Gilles’ background and the story behind the creation of iExec, as he shares his advice and vision on :

Accelerate the environmental transition by creating the world’s first soil rating agency

Find out more about Adrienne de Malleray, former journalist and co-founder of Genesis. Before co-founding Genesis, Adrienne de Malleray worked for 15 years as a journalist with the Canal+ group. This experience has shaped his taste for quality information: accessible to all, synthetic and actionable. Born into a farming family, Adrienne embarked on her entrepreneurial journey in 2019, working alongside …

From idea to realization: building a product that users need

Anthony Rose is CEO of SeedLegals, a platform that simplifies and automates the process of creating and managing legal documents for start-ups and investors. Read his advice. Anthony has over 20 years’ experience in the tech industry: he started out at the BBC and developed the first iPlayer for radio. As a serial entrepreneur and investor, Anthony has helped numerous …

Snowball: launch a newsletter that generates 400,000 in annual sales

Find out what Yoan Lopez, founder of Snowball, France’s most profitable newsletter, has to say. In 2020, Yoann Lopez launched Snowball, a newsletter dedicated to personal finance. In just a few months, his community grew and he began monetizing his content. Just two years after its launch, it raised 1.6 million euros from its readers, a sign of the confidence …

13M: scaling up to reduce the digital divide

Find out more about 13M, the first gas pedal for digital inclusion. In 2023, 13 million French people will be digitally excluded. This led to the creation of 13M, the first gas pedal for digital inclusion by Banque des Territoires, Groupe SOS, H7 and Pulse. For this first promotion, four projects have been selected: In this episode, Banque des Territoires, …

Navigating crises and diversifying to create the Netflix of beauty

Discover the story of Jean-Michel Karam, the child of war turned multi-entrepreneur. Jean Michel Karam arrived from Lebanon in 1990 and began his career as a researcher at the CNRS. In 1997, he founded MEMSCAP, a company manufacturing electromagnetic micro-systems, which he floated on the stock market less than three years later at a record valuation of $430 million. In …

Developing an app that users love

Happn and Mapstr: these apps accumulate millions of users worldwide thanks to a strategy that positions them as lovebrands among their competitors. Read what their managers have to say. In this episode, Karima Ben Abdelmalek – CEO of Happn – and Sébastien Carron – founder of Mapstr – share their feedback and advice for :

Planity: cultivating commercial excellence to become European leader

Since its launch in 2016, Planity has tallied 5 billion euros worth of appointments sold by the platform, over 30,000 customer establishments and more than 150 million bookings already made. After France, Germany and Belgium, Planity continues to expand, aiming to become the European leader in online beauty appointments. In this episode, Antoine shares his tips for :