LVMH LA MAISON DES STARTUPS (SEASON 2)
Updated: Jun 1, 2021
Smartzer joins LVMH in the second season of its incubator "La Maison des Startups" on the Station F campus.
We are thrilled to announce that Smartzer will be part of the second class of LVMH’s La Maison des Startups that will welcome 26 young companies on the Station F campus in 2019. It is an honour to continue on from the first promotion of the acceleration program and have the opportunity to continue to develop our collaboration with the Houses of LVMH (Moet Hennessy, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Sephora, etc.). The thirteen other places were awarded to startups identified by LVMH thanks to its Innovation Award, an annual competition organized as part of Viva Technology. Several LVMH employees whose projects have been rewarded in the various editions of the DARE initiative (Disrupt, Act, Risk to be Entrepreneur), dedicated to the development of intrapreneurship within the Group, will also join the second promotion to develop their projects.
La Maison des Startups allows entrepreneurs to benefit from personalized support from experts in the LVMH group within a work environment conducive to innovation. Workshops dedicated to the challenges of the luxury industry and pitch sessions are regularly offered to each start up to present the evolution of their solutions to representatives of LVMH Houses.
With this second season, the acceleration program addresses the Group's major current issues: sustainability of raw materials, reinvention of the customer experience, use of Artificial Intelligence, improvement of data analysis and CRM systems and the use of virtual and artificial reality.
The selection consists of Alcmeon (Dialogue via Social Networks and Instant Messengers), Allure Systems (fashion visuals without manikin), Daumet (gilding on exceptional materials), Dreenk (wine analysis scanner), Euveka (robotic manikin) , Ferpection (UX tester community), Fitle (garment size measurement algorithm), Futur 404 (Sustainable Innovation), Haptic Media (3D collection modeling), Heuritech (visual search and trend detection), Holooh (human holograms in AR and VR), Kronos Care(followed by an e-commerce order), Mercaux (tablet for sellers), Neos (in-store scanning and payment application), Orbis (holograms), Sericyne (manufacture of silk objects), SimpliField(communication with vendors), SkyBoy (Story Telling augmented reality), SmartPixels(product customization), Smartzer (video tagging for e-commerce), Southpigalle(collaborative tools), Spoon (artificial creatures), The Bradery (flash sales instagram) , V-cult(3D experiments for trade or training), See (virtual makeup) or Woodoo (translucent wood).
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