NETVA 2015 : 5 High-Tech French Startups in San Francisco
The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development and its partners have selected 18 companies to take part in the 2015 edition of NETVA, which offers a personalized support program to the directors of these creative French startups to familiarize them with the North American markets. Check out the 5 french startups that will receive both entrepreneurial training and practice during a week long immersion in San Francisco (Oct. 19 - Oct. 23).
Bloomizon is the first customized vitamin program dedicated to helping people live longer, in better health and with more healthy energy every day.
DAMAE Medical solves a major healthcare issue with the development of an innovative instrument providing dermatologists with a new in vivo imaging technique capable of producing images similar to histology images without the need for skin tissue excision.
Ionwatt has developed an innovative redox battery technology for the global stationary electricity storage market.
VProject has developed Mr. Gabriel, the first personal safety application designed
specifically for the Apple Watch, with the bold ambition to save lives by leveraging wearable sensor technology and real-time data.
XtremLogic is an innovative startup that offers computing solutions using dedicated
reconfigurable circuits up to 50 times more efficient than existing systems for the analytical, oil and finance markets.
Since 2010, NETVA has supported 46 startups who have been guided by 55 mentors in their search for contacts, for a total of 400 personalized meetings (10-15 per laureate), and numerous connections in the large scientific network maintained by the French Embassies in North America.
NETVA is organized by the Office for Science and Technology of the French Embassy in the United States, in partnership with Business France.