Which happened on Wednesday 1Of In June, in the new economic center, was recently inaugurated on the site of the financial institution BA2E, La Teste-de-Buche. The project leaders had ten minutes …
Which happened on Wednesday 1Of In June, in the new economic center, was recently inaugurated on the site of the financial institution BA2E, La Teste-de-Buche. The project leaders had ten minutes to introduce themselves and answer the jury’s questions.
Olivier Pinchult (Bank Popular), Dennis Receiveron (Safran), Evan Goubert (Airbus), Nicolas Le Roy (Bordeaux Technovest), Pierre Cavoli (Arcachan’s first deputy) and Sylvie Bansard (their co-chair) In the end, five companies saw themselves, one way or another, satisfied, welcomed and helped for six months.
“In the Archaic Basin, we can offer the same development conditions as the metropolis of Bordeaux.”
Already housed in a business incubator, e-hospice has thus become a favorite of Bank Popular, providing financial support and assistance. Created in 2019 by doctors at Wallerstein Private Hospital in Arès and the winner of the call for Bordeaux University Hospital projects, it offers an innovative system for dematerializing administrative procedures.
“This simplifies the patient’s journey, reduces administrative burdens for healthcare professionals and guarantees the completeness of health records for healthcare organizations,” said Arnaud Petitzin, technical director at e-hospit, which currently has seven employees. And expand by showing his ambition.
Another favorite company CIA (designed with artificial intelligence) was blamed by Airbus. Founded in 2019 by Laurent Julien and Didier Reverdale, it has created an equally innovative diesel engine pollution control system. Located at the level of the exhaust pipe, it separates oxygen and carbon while trapping fine particles. Recently, as part of a partnership with Keolis, the pair managed to completely contaminate a bus more than 20 years old.
Despite the vast field of their application, land, sea or air transport, the two partners are struggling to find help. This increase from Airbus could be a game-changer. For its part, Cobas offers them a workshop.
Another local company, Posturall, is also joining the business incubator. Created in 2021 by Thomas Regalt, an osteopath from Arkansas, it connects the company of paramedical professionals through a digital platform. “The goal is to combat musculoskeletal disorders and psychosocial risks,” explained its founder, who is currently working with two partners.
The other two winners of the call for the project came from other places. Starting with David Dadaun who joined the company hotel with Tohar Environment. Based in Dunkirk, the company created in 2020 creates connected street lighting. “These are made in France, offering low-cost and fine-grained solutions to pollution,” explained its manager, whose idea is to set up a sector in the south of France. Currently, the city of Dunkirk and the metropolis of Lille support this project and should equip themselves with it.
The last selected company, H2YAM, has not yet been created and has therefore joined the incubator. It is carried by Harvey Dumartin, who, just over a year ago, created “H2DRO Genesis Yours” in Lands Echos, and Alexander Mark, a Paris-based consultant. Their offer? Replace thermal engines with hydrogen engines. “We are targeting the marine sector and, primarily, oyster farming,” they declare.