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5 new ideas for business creation and startup

 

5 new ideas for business creation and startup

Here are the latest trends in entrepreneurship identified by Agence France Entrepreneur: from hyper-absorbent umbrellas to the comeback of instant photos.

Beautiful cloud: the benchmark for rain objects

Created in 2015 by two friends, Antoine and Aurélien, the Ardèche company Beau Nuage wants to become the benchmark for rain objects, in France but also internationally. Their umbrella with hyper absorbent cover has already sold more than 10,000 copies in one year at a price of 35 euros each.

Their next step? A backpack is very resistant to rain at 130 euros which will be covered with a material similar to that found in stoves and which makes rainwater runoff, with a main opening at the back, for more security.

Where did they get this idea from? The fault in London, where the two friends suffered the rain every day.

This small structure intends to hire its first employee from January.

Synapse, the app that detects the best location for a business

This start-up incubated at Station F geolocates the ideal location of a business in real-time! A machine learning-based solution to reduce the risk of failure when choosing a location for your new business.

A job interview simulator designed by Toulouse Bizness

Bizness, a Toulouse-based company, has designed an interactive job interview simulator. More than 80,000 people have already used it, in particular those registered with Pôle Emploi. This application, the most used of the Pôle Emploi Store, allows you to train in front of a virtual interlocutor equipped with an artificial intelligence system. At the end of the interview, you self-assess and receive a diagnosis and advice from your digital coach!

The gherkin made 

Did you know that 80% of pickles consumed come from India and 20% from Eastern European countries? The Reitzel company wants to create a French pickle industry with market gardeners located in Yonne, Loir-et-Cher, and Sarthe. More than 300,000 jars of these pickles have been sold in supermarkets and Reitzel plans to sell 3 million in the next 5 years.

Unlimited coffee!

Anticafé charges its customers according to the time spent there and not according to the number of drinks ordered. Hot drinks and unlimited wifi!

The comeback of instant photography

Over 250,000 instant cameras were sold in France in 2017, while the digital camera market is still falling. Fujifilm and Polaroid are leaders in this market, which not only bring together those nostalgic for the 70s. Faster than online printing, instant photos are making a comeback, with Canon, in particular, focusing on portable printers: "A printed photo does not die. not and is shared differently than on social networks ".

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