Quentin Ducreux Lerebours

France wants to create a school for entrepreneurs. The problem is that already exists.

During an interview with Le Figaro, Fleur Pellerin announced that she wants to create a school for entrepreneurs. The minister, in charge of small businesses, innovation and digital economy wants to make the founding of a company easier and accessible to anyone. It is for now only an announcement, but the general idea is good. […]

Back from vacation, Twitter overhauls Paris presence with new GM & VP

Back from vacation, Twitter overhauls Paris presence with new GM & VP

Katie Stanton VP and international Market Developer “@Twitter” added a picture of the EiffelTower to her Twitter profile a few days ago. She is now based in Twitter’s Paris Office, along a new COO for France : Olivier Gonzales. The nomination of O. Gonzales has been officially announced last week and follows the arrival in […]

Google launches a price comparison service for car insurance in France

Google launches a price comparison service for car insurance in France

In Mountain View, Google launched on Monday a price comparison service for insurances in France. No spectacular press release this time, on the contrary the website is currently in beta. To access it, you need to enter that url or to enter the right keywords on Google. For now, users can get price comparisons for only […]

ScreenFone’s “click to call” solution replaces your phone number by a URL

We’ve been talking with Marouane Marchoud, founder and CEO of ScreenFone. The solution, which Marouane desribes as ”real” click to call, might change the face of CRM in the near future. The startup offers a ready to use solution which allows anyone to be called directly from the internet, in real time, using a simple url. […]

Iubenda launches its privacy policy service in French, offers 50% discount for 48 hours

For those who own or manage an online store, a mobile app or a Facebook application, privacy policy means a lot of tedious work and a constant stress to keep it up to date with local rules on the matter. Iubenda is a privacy policy generator, and as such, it makes the process very much […]

Tax on digital services is not a good idea, according to National Digital Council

The CNNum (Conseil National du Numérique) will give its report about taxation of digital goods to François Hollande and his government on the 24th of July. The answer is clear : this is a bad idea. For a few years and since Sarkozy’s previous government, France has been trying to force the Big Four (Google, […]

French Government reforms will reduce 80% of administrative cost for companies

Following the Simplification “Shock” (choc de simplification) announced by president François Hollande, the third Interministerial commitee for the modernisation of public service will take place this week. The simplification should reduce costs resulting from administrative processes by 80%. The president promised a drastic simplification of processes for companies. In its report, socialist MP Thierry Mandon […]

Orange reinvents money in Africa via Mobile

Orange launches the first mobile to mobile transfers in Africa. It will be available in three countries : Mali, Senegal and Côte d’Ivoire. The service, called Orange Money Transfer International (OMTI) will allow users to transfer money simply from mobile to mobile. Every year, about 200 million Euros are transferred between the three countries. According […]

With 750K€, Clic and Walk looks to expand its crowdsourced marketing analytics app

Lille based startup announced they raised 750.000 euros from Breega Capital. Clic and Walk, already financed by Oseo, offers real-time marketing analyses directly from its community of users, called ClicWalkers. The crowdsourcing app already counts 50.000 ClicWalkers and customers such as Logitech, Suez, Kingfisher (Castorama, Brico Depôt) and Ikea. The service is simple to use, […]