The young French startup Lactips refuses to cry over spilled milk – but rather, turns it into hydro-soluble thermoplastic pellets. It is the first and only company to have achieved this breakthrough.
Discover the new batch of Comet: 9 international entrepreneurs from all over the globe selected among more than 60 applications!
The 5th edition of the Hacking de l’Hôtel de Ville reached new heights! The event brought together startups, major corporates, investors, elected officials and City of Paris administrators focused on the same goal: create new business opportunities and detect the innovations of tomorrow. Focus on a specific issue: measuring corporate skills and engagement.
Exactly one year ago, we gave you a preview of coming attractions: in 2018 Paris&Co hit a major landmark, incubating its 1000th startup! Today we’ve gone well beyond that milestone, accompanying more than 1,100 startups in the past 20 years. Paris&Co is proud to present an overview of 2018, highlighting the impact of our 85-person team that supports and mentors these startups on a daily basis.
The cultural offer is currently exploding at all levels: a diversity of forms, a proliferation of opportunities, a growing interest in culture and tourism ... In this ever-changing context, innovation and the contribution of new technologies are essential for attracting a wider audience to culture. Experience how technology and culture come together at the 2019 Hacking de l’Hôtel de Ville in Paris.
On Thursday 21 March, Mayor Anne Hidalgo handed the keys to City Hall to 3,500 French and foreign innovation professionals for the 5th annual Hacking de l’Hôtel de Ville. The event brought together startups, major corporates, investors, elected officials and City of Paris administrators focused on the same goal: create new business opportunities and detect the innovations of tomorrow.