The StartHer media talks about a topic that is sometimes too elusive: the place of women in tech and digital. At the beginning of 2017, the blog draws a portrait of the 10 women to follow for this new year. 10 women who, according to StartHer, will make things happen and impose their name in the digital and tech ecosystem.
We let you discover this selection below. Click here to view the complete StartHer article.
Julia Bijaoui (Frichti)
At only 28 years old, Julia Bijaoui created Frichti, one of the best-known startups in the catering business. Founded in 2015, the startup has raised 12 million euros and now has more than 200 employees.
Delphine Rémy-Boutang (Digital Women's Day)
In 2013, Delphine Rémy-Boutang founded with Catherine Barba the Day of the Digital Woman. In just a few years, this event has become one of the biggest gatherings celebrating women's entrepreneurship.
Philippine Dolbeau (New School)
Aged just 17, Philippine Dolbeau created New School, an app that envisions revolutionizing the world of education.
Kat Borlongan & Chloe Bonnet (Five by Five)
These two young women founded Five by Five, an agency that supports companies in the realization of innovative projects and Open Data. Google and the World Bank are among their prestigious references.
Flower Pellerin (Korelya)
The former Minister of Culture founded Korelya, a fund that aims to encourage international investment in the French ecosystem.
Charlotte Cadé (Selency by Brocante Lab)
At the age of 28, Charlotte Cadé created Selency by Brocante Lab, a marketplace dedicated to the world of decoration, which closed a € 3 million fundraising campaign with Kima Ventures and Accel Partners.
Rachel Delacour (BIME Analytics)
Founded in 2009 by Rachel Delacour, the company BIME Analytics was bought last year by the American Zendesk for $ 45 million. A beautiful success story to add to the winners of the French.
Caroline Ramade (Paris Pioneers)
Founded in 2005, the women's incubator Paris Pionnières is now run by Caroline Ramade, and has already accompanied more than 200 startups like Kokoroe and Magic Makers.
Christelle Plissonneau (Early Bird Studio)
Christelle Plissonneau is the co-founder of Early Bird Studio, a startup that has created a game that wants to teach children ages 8 to 12 to code in a fun way.