Check out the Pictures of the Consulate’s TechFest Party on December 2nd
On December 2, the Consulate hosted a brand new kind of TechFest party in its salons. The FrenchTech New York group gathered at the Consulate for a few games of table tennis and foosball.
Table tennis teams took turns during this festive evening organized at the Consulate in partnership with BPI France and Cornilleau. This was an opportunity for French, European and American start-up professionals to meet and establish contact in a more informal setting.
The competitors were the following:
1 –The Axa team, featuring Stéphane Aknin and Laurent Colussi
2 –The Crédit Agricole team and Tinubu Square, featuring Lester Bernard and Stephan Mignot
Tinubu Square is a French fintech start-up, specializing in trade credit risk. Founded in 2000, Tinubu Square is one of the leading experts in trade credit risk management. Tinubu enables organizations across the world to significantly reduce their risk, and their financial, operational and technical costs with first-rate technology solutions and services. TinubuSquare provides IT solutions and services to different businesses, including multinational corporations, credit insurers and receivables financing organizations.
3 – The PeopleDoc team, featuring Jonathan Benhamou and Mickael Seyman
PeopleDoc allows employees to access quickly and easily relevant RH information.
Adopted by some of the world’s largest companies, the PeopleDoc cloud-based service platform is the only complete suite capable of automatizing processes at all the stages of employees’ life cycle, from hiring to retirement. The complete integration with HRIS systems, combined to a Saas delivery model, offers a transparent solution without disturbing existing processes or affecting IT resources. With offices in the United States and Europe, PeopleDoc services more than 500 clients around the world. The companied is supported by Eurazeo and Accel Partners.
The teams competed for the following prizes:
2 magnums offered by Pommery
2 foosball tables
Crédits : Stéphane Giloppe