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The exchange between Vincent Puren and David Del Bourgo traces the life of an engineer, who became passionate about sciences and decided to leave large companies to create a startup with the desire "to be recognized as a leader in this industry dedicated to genomic therapies."
Axelle is an entrepreneur, but not only. She is also a writer, author of two books, Lonely Patient and Happy Patient. She is also a patient activist, a member of patient associations and committed to moving the lines.
Paris, October 19, 2022 - Future4care, the European e-health startup accelerator, announces the names of the 19 startups that make up its second class. One year after its creation, Future4care launched its second call for applications in April 2022 to recruit a new class.
Freedom - equality – brotherhood/sisterhood, this is the theme of our seventh episode.
Wehad the chance to welcome Céline Lazorthes, co-founder and co-CEO of Résilience, an application serving oncology patients and caregivers.
For the 6th episode of our #WhatHealth podcast, Vincent Puren spoke with Thomas Ybert, co-founder and CEO of DNA Script.
In one sentence, "DNA Script proposes a solution to make biology programmable".
Let's discover more here.
Since the beginning of the global pandemic in 2020, two previously taboo words have entered the collective language: mental health. By containing travel and interactions, the pandemic has affected the mental health of a large number of individuals.
Today, for this fifth episode, we hear from a serial entrepreneur in tech, who not only sold his first startup, but then bought it back after working at several Big Tech companies in between.
If you don't recognize him in this description, our guest is Thomas Serval, co-founder and CEO of Baracoda.
For our fourth podcast, we had the chance to talk with Olivier Thierry.
Former COO of La Fourchette, founder of a comic book publishing house and now CEO of Qare, Olivier Thierry describes himself as a multidisciplinary entrepreneur who likes to make the companies he enters grow.
For the third episode of our What Health podcast, we had Delphine Groll, co-founder and COO of Nabla.
A lifelong entrepreneur, even through her previous experiences, Delphine considers entrepreneurship as a state of mind rather than a status.