Beauty tech, French entrepreneurs ready to scale in the United States and China

Philippe Garnier, Grégoire Grandchamp, Candice Colin, Laurent Droin

Customized Beauty and Tech work side by side

Left : Lucile Battail and Morgan Acas, right : M.Acas

Distribution is the crux for any start-up to be successful

VCs are not philanthropists !

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François Meteyer

VCs and big corporations, the new tandem ?

Going overseas is always a good idea

The French Touch is still a benefit

Philippe Garnier, Grégoire Grandchamp
Astrid Taupin, Héloïse Dubois
Isabelle Rabier, Ilan Koskas

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