Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Discover some inspiring entrepreneurs

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Discover some inspiring entrepreneurs
More than 250 talks, workshops and pitches are organised throughout the show. Personal accounts from entrepreneurs will illustrate the headline theme of the show: business creation.

Alexandre Mars, entrepreneur and author of Ose, tout le monde peut devenir entrepreneur

Alexandre Mars began his career as an entrepreneur at the age of 17. The author of the book Ose! Tout le monde peut devenir entrepreneur (Be daring! Everyone can become an entrepreneur), he will look back on the key steps and offer his vision of entrepreneurship at a talk on Wednesday 22 March from 10:30 to 11:30.

Catherine Barba, entrepreneur and co-founder of Envi, the school dedicated to freelancers

An entrepreneur at heart, Catherine Barba has founded four companies. This Internet pioneer has made a name for herself in the world of enterprise and will talk about her journey on Tuesday 21 March from 10:30 to 11:30, offering her own tips on how to bring your project to fruition.

Nathalie Nguyen, co-founder of the fast food concept LantaWok

She will offer her advice on how to get started by telling her own personal story in which nothing initially suggested she would be an entrepreneur. Following studies in graphic design, this cooking enthusiast competed in the second edition of Masterchef. She then set out in business as a consultant chef and contributed to the creation of the concept Pitaya. In 2018 she teamed up with the former Koh Lanta contestant Nessim Kouachi to launch the franchise brand LantaWok.
Meet her on Sunday 19 March from 10:30 to 11:30.

Do you need a prestigious education to be an entrepreneur?

The success stories of all those entrepreneurs who went through business school may leave the impression that a prestigious education is a must-have if you want to be an entrepreneur. And yet, being a good entrepreneur doesn’t depend on having a degree. Discover the personal accounts of franchisees and the advice from experts on Sunday 19 March from 11:45 to 12:30.

I’m not even 30: can I become a boss?

Running your own business when you’re young is perfectly possible! Don’t be tricked into thinking that entrepreneurship is a matter of age! Even if the issue of liquid capital will likely come up, there are plenty of opportunities for young potential business owners. Come and discover the experiences of several franchisees who hadn’t hit 30 when they first got started. It’s all happening on Monday 20 March from 14:45 to 15:30.