The eight startups exhibiting at the VivaTech national pavilion in Paris, France, on May 16, 17 and 18 have been unveiled!
(Featured Image: inMoov robot / Image Credit © Sipa VivaTechnology)
Once again, Luxembourg will be represented at VivaTech by a 40m2 pavilion covered in national colors and organized jointly by the Chamber of Commerce, House of Startups (Host), the Ministry of Economy and Luxinnovation.
VivaTech is one of the continent’s main tech events. Its organizers have developed an original concept that brings together startups and multinationals in order to facilitate partnerships. For its fourth edition, the exhibition is expecting some 100,000 visitors. Luxembourg’s pavilion aims to highlight the entire local startup ecosystem and the many advantages it offers in terms of the internationalization of businesses.
It is with this in mind that eight startups were selected following a call for applications in March. Their selection was recently announced.
The 8 selected startups
This innovative solution allows existing buildings to enter the BIM era step by step without significant investment. It is based on three innovative technologies: digital twin, big data and information sharing.
Find out more bim-y.com
This application allows you to create your personalized trip according to different criteria and, within a few seconds, book your flight, hotel and activities at the best prices. In addition, the application is available worldwide, directly from a smartphone.
Find out more clickbye.fr
A specialist in blockchain and virtual currencies, CoinPlus offers a physical solution that is independent of any internet connection to secure access codes to its bitcoin and other cryptomonal accounts.
Find out more coinplus.com
This is a communication and collaboration tool that encrypts everything from start to finish, which means that any shared message and document can only be decrypted by the computer owner or recipient.
Find out more keexle.com
This startup has developed a carpooling application, not for individuals, but for companies. It not only integrates employees’ vehicle fleets, but also automates access to cars, bicycles and scooters.
Find out more moovee.lu
MySardines developed the first cryptomonnaie based on vintage sardines, which are valued over time and can also be consumed. The purchase of SARD (1 SARD = 1 can of sardines) has been simplified as much as possible so that everyone can discover the world of virtual currencies.
Find out more mysardines.com
This startup has developed a chatbot that helps women take charge of their financial futures without having to compromise their lifestyles by investing in a fun, simple, fast way that aligns with their values. When investing with Startalers, they support sustainable projects and companies that promote diversity.
Find out more startalers.com
A precursor to Lifi, this technology facilitates an internet connection via the signals of LED bulbs. Only four other companies in the world are working in parallel on this technology. The advantage of Zero.1 is that its solution is compatible with any LED and any smartphone or computer.
Find out more zero1.zone
As the space sector is one of the areas highlighted this year by VivaTech organizers, the ispace rover will also be presented on the stand. The capabilities of this robot, designed to search for water on the moon, will be demonstrated to visitors.
Find out more ispace-inc.com
Discounted entrance tickets still available
The organizers of the Luxembourg pavilion are providing low-cost entrance tickets to startups, companies and institutions of all sizes interested in visiting the fair. There are still places left!
The Startup Pass is available for €100 (instead of €290 excluding VAT) and the Executive Pass is €200 (instead of €490 excluding VAT). Each includes, not only entrance to the exhibition during the three days, but also the possibility to participate in a guided tour and attend a networking reception with the Belgium Pavilion.
An ambitious communications campaign
The Luxembourg presence at VivaTech will also be supported by a major communications campaign on social media with the aim of placing the local ecosystem on the European map of startup nations.
To follow Luxembourg’s participation in VivaTech live on social media follow the hashtag #LUatVIVATECH and the @StartupLuxembourg @LuxTradeInvest and @Host_lu accounts on Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin.