La French Tech is a program to put France amongst the big start-up nations; La French Tech Rennes St Malo being one of the first regional clusters. Its unifying values are entrepreneurial flair, ambition, optimism and creativity. Its missions include detecting, accelerating and supporting the cluster’s promising start-ups, deploying our start-ups across the world, and helping traditional companies through their digital transformation. The goal is to make Rennes / Saint-Malo an accelerator of international level. Its main mission is to accelerate local startups in France and internationally by
- developing programs start-up need
- federating local actors
- encouraging companies’ digital conversion
La French Tech Rennes St Malo is a non-profit organisation that implements the project on a local level. The French government awarded the label to Rennes Métropole, Saint-Malo Agglomération together with Malestroit, Carentoir and La Gacilly. It benefits from financial supports from the European Union, la Région Bretagne, Rennes Métropole and Saint-Malo Agglomération.
Facility Manager – In charge of our Startup Hotel welcoming more than 50 people. She also deals with rental requests. MacGyverine.
Crisps, handiwork and basketball.
Sophie doesn’t like
Waste, red wine and when something doesn’t work properly.
She is our start-up’s chatbot. She often has several answers for your question. She advises entrepreneurs throughout their journey. The Mother of ‘Les Boostés’.
Cloud apps, work everywhere, teletransportation and La Réunion.
Stéphanie doesn’t like
Meetings, when you’re not ‘lean’.
In charge of Administrative and Finance. She also welcomes our coworkers and work with local universities to build a stronger bridge between entrepreneurs and students. Finance MP. Contagious good mood.
Chocolate, laugh and sing.
Solène doesn’t like
When Excel stalls and run out of chocolate.
In charge of organising ‘FrenchTech’ events for local start-up and entrepreneurs. She also takes care of physical communities such as societies or organisations (developers…).
Chick flicks, Stephanie’s cantonese rice and humming songs.
Claire doesn’t like
Paperwork and traffic jam.
Chief manager and spokesperson of La French Tech Rennes St Malo nationally and internationally. Developer in PowerPoint.
Innovation, music, sliding sports and laugh.
Stanislas doesn’t like
Business breakfast, cynicals and cooked artichoke.
Urban trail of Saint-Malo, catamaran, her northern France accent.
Valérie n’aime pas
Too small logos.
Open-minded people, hashtags, meetings in Saint-Malo.
Florent doesn’t like
Fingerprints on his Retina screen.