Quelques exemples des centaines d’individus que nous avons eu le plaisir et la responsabilité d’accompagner dans leurs premiers pas d’acteurs de changement à travers nos programmes. Pour tous les découvrir, voici l'annuaire de nos alumni !
Ils représentent la diversité de la France et ils contribuent, par leur travail, chaque jour, à résoudre des problèmes de société à grande échelle.
Bref, on est méga fiers.
Alban was working in investment banking, and Benjamin in a large communication agency. One day they decided to realise their entrepreneurial dream together, and discovered that they could also have a positive impact on society.
Feelae is a web and mobile application that helps fight against medical deserts in France thanks to online teleconsultation of doctors in less than 5 minutes. . 25,000 active users since the launch in 2017 . 1M € raised & 17 team members . New product for doctors in 2019
Trained in waste management for large companies, Vincent quickly felt the need to defend another model. Today he is the director of the Recyclivre branch in Nantes and is developing the company throughout the West.
Recyclivre offers a collection service for second-hand books from individuals and professionals. The impact is twofold: environmental, of course, but also social, since the company employs people in social reintegration. Since 2008, 2.7 million books have been recycled, including 250,000 in Nantes.10 to 25% of the sale price donated to partner associations in favor of culture and the environment: €900,000 since 2008. 7 branches in France
As a sports fan, while studying to be a translator and interpreter in Italy, Simoné made a strong friendship with an exiled person whose life and story had a profound impact on him. 10 years, one country, several missions in project and account management later, he decided to give meaning to his job and to commit himself on a daily basis to build a more welcoming and inclusive society. This is how his adventure with Kabubu - friendship through sport - began in 2018.
Kabubu works to promote the social and professional inclusion of refugees through sport. The association offers sports programmes that bring together locals and exiles to create social links, sets up a skills development program and launches FIT, its training and professional integration program through sports jobs, aimed at refugees.
Passionate about cooking since she was a child, Véronique joined the Valhrona company to work in food regulation. An entrepreneur at heart, she managed to convince her company to finance the Corporate for Change intrapreneurship programme, and then to dedicate herself full-time to Graines de Chef.
Graines de Chef is an initiation programme to the pastry-making profession offered to underprivileged young people, in collaboration with the Paul Bocuse Foundation. It responds to a key issue for the Valrhona company, which is the lack of pastry chefs. 1st promotion in 2017 with 10 young people. 3 new promotions created in 3 cities for 2018-2019. Objective: 100 beneficiaries per year by 2020
Pierre and Salomé, an agricultural sales engineer in the export sector and a project manager in the non-profit sector, dream of a world without waste. When they were selected to join the Entrepreneurship Course in 2017, they decided to leave their respective jobs to embark on the great adventure of social entrepreneurship. The sharing of their two different but complementary backgrounds will give birth to Drive tout nu!
The Drive tout nu is the first zero waste/100% responsible drive in the world. Its aim is to simplify bulk consumption by making it simple and accessible to all. It opened its doors in December 2018 in Toulouse and has received a tremendous response from customers and the press. Pierre and Salomé are currently working on the development of the Drive tout nu on the scale of the Toulouse metropolis, with a view to replicating their concept throughout France
François, the tech enthusiast who set up his own web agency and wanted to put his skills at the service of the general interest. Julie, the strategy consultant with a passion for food, who wanted to be an entrepreneur. In 2016, they joined forces, participated in the Parcours Entrepreneur and launched Yuka.
Yuka is the mobile app that allows you to scan your food products, get clear information on their impact on your health and suggest healthier alternatives. 7 million users in 2018: top 10 free apps. 2 million scans per day and 45 scans / second. Version for cosmetic products
An environmental engineer, Anne-Sophie began her career at Bonduelle. After a few years, as she began to dream of entrepreneurship, she realised that she was in a strategic position to change things within the company and decided to become an intrapreneur.
The "Demain" project that Anne-Sophie set up aims to make Bonduelle's 11,000 employees actors rather than spectators of the company's sustainable development policy through an internal MOOC that includes training and practical application. 70 people proposed concrete projects at the end of the MOOC, which are currently being implemented. 2nd promotion of the MOOC in 2018
After graduating from HEC in 2002, Mona started working in a communication agency within the TBWA group. She joined the SOS group in 2008, where she managed Alternacom, an events communication agency, thus reconciling her communication skills with her desire to invest in meaningful projects. She left this adventure in 2016 with the desire to move into the field of education.
After having followed the entrepreneurial path of Ticket for Change, she launched In Kids We Trust, a project of extracurricular and caring workshops. In the course of her encounters, she came across Mom'artre, which has been developing childcare facilities for 18 years, which perfectly match her convictions. She therefore decided to join Mom'artre in October 2018, where she is in charge of the deployment of the pedagogy via the training organisation.
The youngest of five boys, Hubert left home at 14, became an engineer, and went to Colombia where he became involved with young people in a shanty town where life was riddled with crack and violence. And there, in the middle of smashed tyres that nobody wants, he has an idea...
La vie est belt is a brand of fashion accessories made of recycled materials, created by men and women with disabilities in France. The first range of products: belts made of used bicycle tyres, made by the adapted company AlterEos, in Tourcoing. 3,500 bicycle tyres recycled in one and a half years, i.e. 3,500 belts sold in Europe