Niel, Simoncini, Granjon to back 101 young people's projects

Tuesday 25 June 2013 | 12:43 CET | News
French media mogul Xavier Niel has launched the '101 projects' initiative in partnership with internet entrepreneur Marc Simoncini, (founder of dating portal Meetic) and Jacques-Antoine Granjon (Ventes Privees) to award up to EUR 25,000 grants to projects thought up by people aged around 25 years. The three partners announced the initiative simultaneously in a 23 June Twitter message. Candidates can submit their ideas until 25 September, when 300 will be shortlisted to explain their concept in one minute to a jury of three entrpreneurs and other candidates during a process similar to speed

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Categories: General
Companies: Free / Iliad / Meetic
Countries: France
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