Leonard welcomes 3 new start-ups as part of the French Tech Tremplin

VINCI's foresight and innovation platform is joining the programme for the second year, which promotes diversity and equal opportunities in the French innovation ecosystem.

French Tech Tremplin is a programme run by Mission French Tech that aims to promote diversity and equal opportunities in the French startup ecosystem. The programme is organised in two phases: “La prépa”, which aims to help project leaders launch their company, and “l’incubation”, which aims to accelerate the startups thanks to financial aid and support through the network of partner incubators and accelerators.

Leonard is one of the incubator and accelerator partners in this programme, which supports 266 startups in total.

Collab, GreenUnit and Deadline BTP will benefit from one year’s accommodation at Leonard, mentoring by VINCI experts and support from the Leonard and la Fondation VINCI pour la Cité teams. Throughout the year, the three startups will have access to workshops led by specialists on a wide range of subjects such as business plans, marketing strategies and digital marketing.

Focus on the startups supported by Leonard

CoIIab – Jubril Akinsanya
CoIIab is a platform that improves relations between tenants and landlords by facilitating the management of technical interventions thanks to a self-diagnosis and a connection with qualified technicians.

GreenUnit – Bilal Chaudhry
GreenUnit offers a turnkey service for the provision of ephemeral and recyclable modular buildings for professionals in the catering, retail and events sectors.

Deadline BTP – Mohamed Boualaoui
Deadline BTP aims to develop a digital platform for work and exchange between the different actors of a construction project in the execution phase.

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