Climate Entrepreneur: from Google to a more meaningful journey mobilising people around climate change
La French Tech Australia
by La French Tech Australia
5M ago
Climate change is already happening: temperatures are rising, drought and wildfires are starting to occur more frequently, rainfall patterns are shifting, glaciers and snow are melting and the global mean sea level is rising. To mitigate climate change, we must reduce or prevent the emissions linked to human activities. An article from the serious and well-known national geographic says that unless humans act now, seafood may disappear by 2048, concludes the lead author of a 2006 study that paints a grim picture for the ocean and human health. To tackle these subjects and to come up with a bro ..read more
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Leveraging analytics to foster your supply-chain
La French Tech Australia
by La French Tech Australia
5M ago
650 billion dollars. That’s the estimated worldwide market size of courier delivery in 2020, according to Statista. A number that has doubled in just 8 years. With the exponential growth of fleets hitting the road, the competition to reach the end customer has not seen its peak yet. The stakes have also clearly shifted. We went from “how to deliver to the last mile” to “how to optimize my routes”. The human mind has exceeded its capacity to problem-solve increasingly complex equations in that field, the introduction of algorithms has helped the sector reach the next stage of efficiency and pro ..read more
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How to expand your international startup in Australia?
La French Tech Australia
by La French Tech Australia
5M ago
With Australia embracing its closed borders policy, it's the landscape of the foreign entreprenurship Down Under that takes a hit. Today's guest, Leo Denes, is one of the most reputable connector. His domain of expertise? Leo leverages his experience and network to assist international businesses and professionals succeed in Australia. Through his company, Australliance, he has advised numerous French startups, including the future French unicorn Aircall.io since March 2020, and Australian startups in their strategy and recruitment. In this episode, Leo breakdowns the ins and outs of the Aussi ..read more
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How to align your career with your core values
La French Tech Australia
by La French Tech Australia
5M ago
In today’s episode, we want to emphasize the importance of aligning your career with your values and your passions. Our guest, Michel Pirog, is the Head of Sales of Sport Heroes, a startup offering SaaS solutions to create, manage and animate communities around sport and well-being. With a very international background that led him to experience first-hand the demanding world of corporate life, Michel is now thriving working for a startup whose focus is on guiding, motivating and valorising human beings ..read more
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Toolkit to disrupt a long-established industry
La French Tech Australia
by La French Tech Australia
5M ago
Turning an idea into a business is already a challenge in itself. But bringing this idea into a long-established industry is on another level. In today's episode, we take a look at one of the most long-standing industries in Australia: the real estate market. Ewan Le Bourhis is the guest of this 4th episode, and together we dive into the story of Early match, his second start-up. Beginning with the initial observation that buyers suffer from the lack of visibility of the real estate market, Early Match is first the story of a start-up focused on collecting public data to predict market variat ..read more
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From ideation to MVP, how to turn a concept into a business
La French Tech Australia
by La French Tech Australia
5M ago
Bringing an idea to life is probably the most critical step for any entrepreneur. We have all gone through phases of incubation, throwing around ideas in our minds or with our first circle. The problem is usually that the conversion rate fails to take off. Ideas tend to remain frozen at an embryonic stage. But today's guest has cracked the code. Jacques Lépron is a French entrepreneur who has managed to take the leap to entrepreneurship several times. Jacques shares his experience and his toolkit to overcome the various obstacles that stand in the way of wannabe entrepreneurs. Delidoor is Jacq ..read more
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Awakening the social entrepreneur within (w/ Elise Perpetua)
La French Tech Australia
by La French Tech Australia
5M ago
Today's guest, Elise Perpetua, is part of this wave of young social entrepreneurs that have put social issues at the core of their mission. In 2018, Elise launched The Good Good, a sustainable and organic tea brand; 50% of the profit of which are founding education for disadvantaged kids. After working for almost a decade as a Digital Transformation Consultant, she took the plunge of giving up her full-time job to dive into driving positive social impact.  Introduction - Working as a Digital Transformation Consultant for Accenture France & Australia 12:00 - The first steps to entrepre ..read more
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The journey of 2 women to entrepreneurship, and the challenge of building a community (w/ Marion Vigot and Nathalie Taquet)
La French Tech Australia
by La French Tech Australia
5M ago
In this episode, Thib and Alex welcome the 2 women that have taken over the helm of La French Tech Australia, Marion Vigot and Nathalie Taquet. Together, we get a look at the rebuild of the community and the expectations for the months to come. We also dive into their entrepreneurial journey, and Marion & Nathalie share the lessons learned on the path to start a business in an industry in which they were not particularly versed ..read more
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Climate Entrepreneur: from Google to a more meaningful journey mobilising people around climate change
La French Tech Australia
by La French Tech Australia
2y ago
Climate change is already happening: temperatures are rising, drought and wildfires are starting to occur more frequently, rainfall patterns are shifting, glaciers and snow are melting and the global mean sea level is rising. To mitigate climate change, we must reduce or prevent the emissions linked to human activities. An article from the serious and well-known national geographic says that unless humans act now, seafood may disappear by 2048, concludes the lead author of a 2006 study that paints a grim picture for the ocean and human health. To tackle these subjects and to come up with a bro ..read more
Visit website
Leveraging analytics to foster your supply-chain
La French Tech Australia
by La French Tech Australia
2y ago
650 billion dollars. That’s the estimated worldwide market size of courier delivery in 2020, according to Statista. A number that has doubled in just 8 years. With the exponential growth of fleets hitting the road, the competition to reach the end customer has not seen its peak yet. The stakes have also clearly shifted. We went from “how to deliver to the last mile” to “how to optimize my routes”. The human mind has exceeded its capacity to problem-solve increasingly complex equations in that field, the introduction of algorithms has helped the sector reach the next stage of efficiency and pro ..read more
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