The customer experience of tomorrow, in front of industry. Experts and the general public, as part of Viva Technology, according to LVMH . The startup Bambuser, specializing in Live Stream Shopping, was named the winner by decision of Bernard Arnault, CEO. of LVMH , of Toni Belloni, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of LVMH, and the Group’s selection committee. The Swedish start-up won the LVMH grand prize awarded at Vivatech. This young shoot offers a streaming video shopping platform. The concept, inherited from teleshopping, allows e-merchants and brands to organize meetings with their customers during which they can interact and buy the products shown. LVMH is already using this solution.
Bambuser the new nugget and muse rewarded
Notably for Parfums Christian Dior and Make. Up For Ever and thanks to this award, it will support Bambuser for the next six months within the LVMH Group’s accelerator ‘La Maison des Startups’, based at the Station F since 2018. the Ynsect nugget is Netherlands Telegram Number Data building its third vertical farm specializing in the production of insects, covering an area of 45,000 square meters. an eventual production capacity of 200,000 tonnes of ingredients per year. It should be operational from the end of 2021. After plants and animals, this young shoot wants to conquer the human food market. The construction of this future farm was made possible thanks to the European grant BBI JU carried by a consortium.
The start Ynsect is building a vertical farm insect based products
European actors within the framework of the FarmYng. Project and to public-private financing carried by the Banque des Territoires of the Caisse des Dépôts & Consignments, Bpifrance and by a pool of French banks. Ultimately, the company aims to deploy a network of more than 100 vertical farms worldwide. Ynsect transforms insects into Ew Leads ingredients to feed animals, plants, and tomorrow human beings. A new step made possible by obtaining a “favorable opinion” from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) on the use of mealworms for human consumption last January. Ynsect now employs 150 people and has raised more than 425 million euros since its creation in in Paris. Last October, it raised bringing its total Series C fundraising to $372 million. On the occasion of the Viva Technology exhibition.