Remade ranked 2nd in Top 100 startups in France

RANG RAISON SOCIALE ACTIVITÉ VILLE ANNÉE DE CREATION CA 2016 (EN K€) EFFECTIF 2016 TOTAL DES FONDS LEVÉS (EN K €) DIRIGEANT(S)
1 WIKO Constructeur de smartphones Marseille (13) 2011 331 561 215 . M. Assadourian & L. Dahan
2 REMADE GROUP Reconditionnement de smartphones Poilley (50) 2011 131 137 382 22 000 M. Millet
3 INOP’S Conseil digital Paris (75) 2009 35 608 27 700 L. Levy
4 CROSSCALL SA Constructeur de smartphones et mobiles outdoor Aix-En-Provence (13) 2009 29 789 84 4 500 C. Vidal
5 ARKOLIA ENERGIES Energies renouvelables Mudaison (34) 2009 23 000 49 . J-S. Bessiere & L. Bonhomme
6 MOUSTACHE BIKES Fabrication de cycles électriques Golbey (88) 2011 20 466 35 . G. Sand &E. Antonot
7 OGURY Mobile advertising, Mobile Analytics Paris (75) 2014 18 350 105 18 512 J. Canzoneri
8 ADIKTEEV Marketing Plateform Paris (75) 2012 17 500 71 1 662 X. Mariani
9 SUBLIME SKINZ Ad-technologie Paris (75) 2012 15 915 68 3 810 M. Rouanet
10 SUCCESS 4 MOBILE SAS Publicité mobile Paris (75) 2011 15 619 110 5 000 C. Collet
11 ADYOULIKE Technologie publicitaire Paris (75) 2011 13 843 63 2 750 J. Verdier
12 KLANIK Conseil en ingénierie Marseille (13) 2011 13 835 176 . J. Guedj
13 CONSERTO Conseil en ingénierie informatique Saint-Herblain (44) 2013 13 659 221 . G. Avenard
14 SOCCER PARK – LE FIVE Centres de loisirs sportifs Cannes (06) 2010 11 497 79 14 900 T. jalinier & G. Debelmas & J. Vieville
15 ZOOMALIA Animalerie en ligne Seignosse (40) 2009 11 454 48 2 100 P-A. Thollet
16 METSYS Service Informatique (ESN) Boulogne-Billancourt (92) 2011 10 902 92 . L. Cayatte
17 DOMAINES PIERRE CHAVIN Production & négoce en vins Beziers (34) 2010 10 792 13 . M. Boulachin
18 BAGELSTEIN (ABEIL) Restauration rapide Strasbourg (67) 2011 10 301 71 7 487 T. Veil
19 WEMANITY Transformation agile et digitale Paris (75) 2013 10 287 104 5 000 J-C. Conticello
20 REPAR’STORES Service de réparation de volets roulants et stores Saint-Jean-De-Vedas (34) 2009 9 587 33 . R. & G. Varobief f & Y. Guichard
21 AMANCE Accueil des jeunes enfants Paris (75) 2010 9 264 42 . T. Desandre
22 GO CONCEPT Conseil en innovation technologique Prevessin-Moens (01) 2011 7 830 94 . P. Chapalain & X. Badina
23 LE SLIP FRANÇAIS Conception, fabrication et distribution de sous-vêtements, de maillots de bain et d’accessoires maid in France Paris (75) 2011 7 814 34 . G. Gibault
24 CONSTRUCTION CONCEPT LITTORAL BTP / Matériaux de construction Leulinghem (62) 2011 7 342 32 500 A. Hermier
25 LITTLE BIG CONNECTION Plateforme de gestion de prestations intellectuels Levallois-Perret (92) 2010 7 200 25 1 000 J. Clouet
26 MAILJET SAS Traitement de données, hébergement et activités connexes Paris (75) 2010 6 946 63 14 700 A. Renard
27 EBS ISOLATION SAS Conseil en gestion énergétique Castres (81) 2014 6 928 28 . E. Barthes
28 DELAIR-TECH S.A.S Solution de traitement des données Labege (31) 2011 6 869 69 25 000 M. De Lagarde
29 MISTERFLY Agence de voyages en ligne Paris (75) 2015 6 650 68 25 000 N. Brumelot
30 COALISE Portage salarial Neuilly -Sur-Seine (92) 2012 6 649 77 . M. Lam
31 BOA CONCEPT Fabrication de convoyeurs modulaires et intelligents Saint-Etienne (42) 2012 6 634 26 450 J-L. Rascle & C. Ledoux
32 DELVILLE MANAGEMENT Management de transition Paris (75) . 6 600 17 . P. Abadie
33 DISKO SAS Agence de communication Paris (75) 2008 6 230 67 . D. Tessier
34 GROUPE VOLTAIRE SAS Producteur de selles d’équitation haut de gamme Bidart (64) 2010 6 042 88 . B. Goguet
35 ROSEMOOD Création de faire­part sur internet. Nantes (44) 2009 5 928 75 320 H. Germain & G. Monconduit & A. Roche
36 PACWAN SAS Opérateur de télécommunications Aix-En-Provence (13) 2011 5 915 18 . S. Lecomte & S. Robert
37 ADOTMOB Advertising technology / Publicité programmatique Paris (75) 2014 5 650 47 11 000 Y. Yahiaoui
38 AGRICONOMIE Place de marché d’approvsionnement agricole Coole (51) 2013 5 613 28 12 610 P. Pascot
39 TEXTMASTER Solutions de traductions dans le Cloud Paris (75) 2011 5 500 39 5 000 T. Lougnon
40 MATOOMA Objects connectés par carte SIM Perols (34) 2012 5 400 30 1 000 F. Salles
41 ARTERAIL Conseil technique ferroviaire Lille (59) 2011 5 298 23 106 J. Garcia
42 BLOOMUP Création et developpement de produits cosmétiques Cassis (13) 2010 5 252 12 3 980 C-A.Lovera & S. Blin
43 RAVIDAY E-commerce de produits outdoors Nort-Sur-Erdre (44) 2009 5 027 10 400 A. Laschon
44 SPEAKING AGENCY Apprentissage des langues Paris (75) 2009 5 000 48 . A. Gentil
45 KINAXIA Information environnementale en ligne et géodécision immobilière Vabonne Sophia Antipolis (06) 2009 4 561 67 1 800 E. Le Goff
46 PROJETS ET PERFORMANCE Conseil en systèmes d’information Lyon (69) 2011 4 519 40 . S. Gilles & I. Rimokh
47 FORMIND Conseil en protection de l’information et gestion des risques Issy-Les-Moulineaux (92) 2010 4 430 38 . X. Fauquet
48 NATURAL GRASS Développement de nouveaux matériaux éco-conçus végétalisables Paris (75) 2009 4 082 22 . B. Picard
49 SELENIUM MEDICAL Fabrication de matériel médico-chirurgical et dentaire La Rochelle (17) 2009 4 058 56 4 969 O. Richart
50 AVENIR DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE Innovation / Big Data / Transport / Objet Connecté Marseille (13) 2009 4 028 43 620 E. Elkaim
51 MONSIEUR T-SHIRT SAS Plateforme e-commerce vente de t-shirt Lormont (33) 2013 3 990 20 . A. Père
52 BIO ELPIDA Laboratoire pharmaceutique de thérapie cellulaire Saint-Priest (69) 2009 3 983 24 . B. Pinteur
53 TEDIBER Vente de matelas sur Internet Paris (75) 2015 3 842 16 1 080 J. Sylvain
54 UBI TRANSPORTS Solutions digitales dans le domaine du transport Macon (71) 2012 3 800 20 . J-P. Madioni
55 SAS LA FRAICHERIE Foodtech – concept de découpe de fruits & légumes Lyon (69) 2014 3 767 119 800 A. Jabou
56 AKUITEO SAS Editeur de logiciels de comptabilité Lyon (69) 2011 3 728 37 . J-C. Llinas
57 QUANTMETRY Cabinet de conseil en Big Data et Data Science Paris (75) 2011 3 693 33 . J. Harroch
58 FINALCAD Application mobile et analyses prédictives pour le BTP Gometz-La-Ville (91) 2011 3 575 70 14 000 J. Louchart
59 ELYSIS CONSULTING Conseil en ingénierie Lezennes (59) 2010 3 557 52 . J. Gonce
60 SAS CEBAG E-commerce pour agriculteurs Lille (59) 2011 3 531 15 1 750 V. Leman
61 ALG ATTESTATION LEGALE Plateforme web de service aux entreprises Lyon (69) 2010 3 400 50 2 215 R. Sornin
62 SOPHIE LEBREUILLY boulangerie-pâtisserie et espace de restauration Le Touquet (62) 2013 3 295 70 1 850 O. & S. Lebreuilly
63 MEDIATECH SOLUTIONS Editeur Logiciels Montrouge (92) 2011 3 270 40 3 200 H. Cebula
64 POWERLING Traduction linguistique Lille (59) 2015 3 256 23 . P. Mathieu
65 HANDINORME Conception/conseil normes ERP Bondues (59) 2013 3 200 15 . E. Gatineau
66 COSMO TECH Editeur d’outils de modélisation et de simulation des systèmes complexes Lyon (69) 2010 3 188 54 6 700 H. De Bantel
67 CREME DE LA CREME Marketplace de jeunes talents Paris (75) 2015 3 000 30 1 000 J-C. Varlet
68 SYSAXES (EXPERT ROBOTIQUE) Vente de robots collaboratifs Etupes (25) 2014 2 899 6 29 E. Rosello & E. Pourtau
69 WEB-ATRIO SSII Paris (75) 2012 2 784 42 . R. Gaubert
70 STARDUST Tests et assurance qualité pour services digitaux – chasseur de bugs Marseille (13) 2011 2 774 47 824 F-J. Viallon
71 FRESH BURRITOS Restauration rapide mexicaine Lille (59) 2016 2 700 71 1 890 T. Tronet
72 PLATFORM.SH Platform-as-a-service – Hébergement cloud Paris (75) 2010 2 682 39 9 500 F. Plais
73 ISKN Produits éléctroniques, activités de design d’application Grenoble (38) 2014 2 613 19 1 500 J-L. Vallejo
74 TILLER SYSTEM Commercialisation de solutions digitales pour les commerçants Paris (75) 2014 2 422 75 4 100 D. Farber
75 CLIC IT Solutions EPI antichute Reims (51) 2011 2 400 16 130 T. Dehondt
76 TOUCAN TOCO Edition de logiciel: Nous créons une catégorie nouvelle dans l’univers de la Business Intelligence : le Data Storytelling. Paris (75) 2014 2 400 32 . C. Miglietti
77 WINERGIA Conseil en efficacité énergétique Marseille (13) 2012 2 217 24 500 D. Vindimian
78 DAGOMA Créateur d’imprimantes 3D Roubaix (59) 2014 2 150 55 3 250 G. Vignon
79 MORNING GROUP SAS Editeur de jeux de sociétés Toulouse (31) 2011 2 042 22 200 V. Famose
80 ARIADNEXT Dématérialisation de documents et d’identification sécurisée des personnes Rennes (35) 2010 2 016 30 1 300 G. Despagne
81 FEMAT Distribution de matériaux et de solutions d’éco-construction Dardilly (69) 2011 1 904 7 120 F. Brunet-Lecomte & A. Sornay
82 OBIZ CONCEPT Solutions de marketing relationnel Lyon (69) 2010 1 840 27 . B. Chambard
83 CASTALIE Commercialisation de fontaines à eau Boulogne Billancourt (92) 2012 1 818 21 2 600 T. Lamarque
84 PIXIEL Conception et distribution de drones professionnels Bouguennais (44) 2011 1 794 30 . M. Rogez
85 PHENIX Aider les entreprises à réduire le gaspillage en donnant une deuxième vie à leurs déchets Paris (75) 2014 1 781 50 2 500 J. Moreau
86 LUDILABEL Solution d’etiquettage personnalisé Toulouse (31) 2011 1 780 14 . S. Jullien-Rouquie
87 IMAGREEN SAS Services en Ressources Humaines Lille (59) 2010 1 746 20 . G. Lecleire
88 MYJOBCOMPANY Recrutement & Conseil Paris (75) 2012 1 727 10 1 377 G. Herbe
89 EASYRECRUE SAS Solutions de recrutement Paris (75) 2013 1 700 41 11 000 M. Cabrol
90 TALENT.IO Plateforme de recrutement Paris (75) 2015 1 688 28 9 000 J. Azoulay
91 AGOSPHERE Conception et installation de cloisons amovibles et murs mobiles Osthouse (67) 2013 1 615 5 . J-P. Palmer & P. Mehl
92 MESDEPANNEURS.FR E-commerce Paris (75) 2013 1 600 13 1 825 A. Gushchin
93 SARL ATELIER S&L PRESTIGE Ferronnerie d’art Vallauris (06) 2012 1 596 11 . N. Singery & T. Lesieur
94 OPERA ENERGIE Courtier en énergie Lyon (69) 2014 1 542 20 1 000 J-S. Degouve & N. Chevallier & J. Tedde
95 NEO ECO DEVELOPPEMENT Cleantech Hallenes-Lez-Haubourdin (59) 2015 1 521 9 1 300 C. Deboffe
96 CITYSCOOT Service à la mobilité Paris (75) 2014 1 500 35 9 300 B. Fleurose
97 SARL METSENS DEVELOPPEMENT Gestion de titres et valeurs mobilières Allauch (13) 2014 1 487 12 350 T. Arnaud
98 ADSTELLAM Editeur de logiciels, caisse Ipad pour les restaurateurs Bordeaux (33) 2012 1 439 20 5 200 S. Constant
99 UNE PETITE MOUSSE E-commerce de bières Echirolles (38) 2013 1 417 8 800 J. Bonzy
100 STIMIO Conception et distribution de solutions IoT (objets connectés) Carquefou (44) 2014 1 402 16 90 D. Dorval
101 BMOBILE Agence de responsive design Tourcoing (59) 2013 1 401 12 1 000 C. Richard
102 SINGTIME SAS Salles privées de karaoké nouvelle génération et bar à cocktails Paris (75) 2013 1 401 15 415 A. Studer
103 PITCHY BROS PROD Logiciel de création vidéo B2B (SaaS) Paris (75) 2013 1 352 15 3 131 L. Chouraqui
104 EVEON SAS Dispositifs médicaux à base de technologie microélectronique Montbonnot Saint-Martin (38) 2009 1 339 30 1 959 V. Tempelaere
105 ECOAT Chimie verte Grasse (06) 2011 1 334 13 1 520 O. Choulet
106 CORNIS SAS Inspection de pales d’éoliennes Paris (75) 2011 1 305 9 . T. Gouache
107 SENS DIGITAL Editeur de solutions informatiques et clic&collect Clapiers (34) 2012 1 305 29 540 M. Diouf
108 LE COLONEL MOUTARDE Création et distribution de nœuds papillon Lille (59) 2014 1 300 16 . C. Yon
109 LENDIX SA Lendix est la plateforme de prêts en ligne #1 en France, qui permet aux PME d’emprunter directement auprès de prêteurs particuliers et institutionnels Paris (75) 2014 1 287 39 19 000 O. Goy
110 AMA SANTE Fournisseur de matériels médicales (vente et location) Eckbolsheim (67) 2013 1 229 9 385 A. Roettele
111 QAPA Intérim & Recrutement Paris (75) 2010 1 226 11 12 600 S. Delestre
112 NESTOR Livraison de repas Paris (75) 2015 1 200 29 1 520 S. De Vauplane
113 TREEPTIK Conseil et service aux entreprises Le Tholonet (13) 2011 1 196 26 . A. lambert & F. Amico
114 STARKLAB – TERRAOTHERME Génie thermique Villeneuve D’Ascq (59) 2013 1 192 8 . J. Zemmouri
115 TEA TOGETHER Fournisseur de confitures haut de gamme Le Touquet (62) 2013 1 182 8 360 E. Gifford
116 PROTEIS SAS Installation et équipement industriel de laboratoire Chaponost (69) 2009 1 153 7 80 J-F. Vasta
117 PERCKO Prêt-à-porter (améliorant la posture dorsale) Paris (75) 2014 1 100 10 75 A. Ucko
118 IPROTEGO Agence e-reputation Marseille (13) 2009 1 084 13 . L. Broyer
119 INSITEO Service de géolocalisation Colomiers (31) 2008 1 033 14 4 000 A. Masson
120 ENOGIA Fabrication de micro-centrales électriques ORC Marseille (13) 2009 1 019 22 578 A. Leroux
121 ACTRADIS Plateforme d’échange de documents B2B Boulogne Billancourt (92) 2008 1 010 11 . H. Krauze
122 SAS VICTOLIANE Petite Enfance micro crèche Aix En Provence (13) 2011 1 009 20 . T. Sessine & N. Texier
123 MEYDES PROTEXTYL Distribution de vêtements de travail pour les professionnels. Nantes (44) 2011 1 000 6 . F. Meyer & M. Deslandes
124 TIWAL Conception et distribution d’articles gonflables de sport et de loisir Vannes (56) 2012 971 6 1 300 M. Excoffon & E. Bertrand
125 VP GROUP SAS – FRIZBIZ Plateforme de Jobbing Lille (59) 2011 923 15 3 000 A. Verlinde
126 POP EXPEDITION (EAT POP CHEF) Préparation et livraison de plats cuisinés au déjeuner Paris (75) 2015 900 30 1 500 B. Lescure
127 LEDGER Solutions de sécurité pour les applications blockchain et crypto-monnaies Paris (75) 2015 869 15 6 705 E. Larcheveque
128 IMASCAP Solutions logicielles pour la planification pré-opératoire de l’arthroplastie de l’épaule et du genou. Plouzané (22) 2009 865 15 3 550 J. Chaoui
129 SAS GLOBAL SPORT / MY COACH Créateur de solutions numériques Nice (06) 2010 801 25 3 200 C. Messina
130 SENSORWAKE Conception et distribution de produits olfactifs Nantes (44) 2015 770 10 1 600 G. Rolland & I. Skybyk
131 CALIXAR Technologie d’isolation des protéines membranaires Lyon (69) 2011 686 9 1 500 E. Dejean
132 ALGAIA Extraits naturels d’algues Paris (75) 2010 670 13 9 920 F. Bohin
133 WING Service de livraison Puteaux (92) 2015 633 27 1 200 J-B. Maillant
134 CAILABS SAS Technologie innovante permettant l’augmentation du débit des fibres optiques Rennes (35) 2013 541 14 8 600 J-F. Morizur
135 TECHFUNDING (CLUBFUNDING) Plateforme de financement participatif Paris (75) 2014 500 12 1 000 D. Peronnin
136 DULO Conception et construction de maison de designer à hautes performances énergétiques Saint Malo (35) 2014 471 9 1 000 A. Esposito
137 ELICHENS Solution digitale d’analyse de l’air Grenoble (38) 2014 460 13 2 611 W. Issa
138 OCTOPEPPER SAS Social Petwork Bordeaux (33) 2009 443 21 2 200 M. Glayrouse & G. Chollon
139 V-CULT Agence web 3D et réalité virtuelle Lille (59) 2009 366 10 2 220 T. Gauthier
140 ARYBALLE TECHNOLOGIES Capteur universel d’odeur Grenoble (38) 2014 363 15 3 200 T. Rousselle
141 EQUISENSE Objects connectés pour la filière équine Lille (59) 2015 300 18 3 500 B. Blancher
142 ADWANTED Achat/vente d’espaces publicitaires Lille (59) 2012 286 6 2 781 E. Debuyck
143 1CHECK Editeurs de solutions mobiles pour l’hôtellerie Nice (06) 2012 267 6 1 235 P. Lafon
144 TOTEM MOBI Autopartage de véhicules électriques Marseille (13) 2015 258 8 1 959 E. Champaud & C. Estrade
145 IZICAP Data Analytics & Marketing Saas Nice (06) 2013 257 10 1 382 R. El Mejjad
146 ATAWEY Stockage d’énergie par l’hydrogène Le Bourget Du Lac (73) 2012 250 12 1 998 J-M. Amare
147 WERESO SAS Espace de coworking Lille (59) 2015 223 2 1 100 A. Verger
148 NOUVEAL E-SANTE Application mobile de suivi des patients Irigny (69) 2013 212 11 1 750 A. Falzon & G. Fayolle
149 INSIDEVISION Création, développement, fabrication de tablette PC tactile braille pour les personnes aveugles et malvoyantes Grigny (91) 2014 194 10 1 575 D. Mauduit
150 OPTIMIZ.ME Agence de webmarketing – Logiciels de référencement naturel Lyon (69) 2012 182 6 1 450 M. Coly
151 360&1 WebMarketing Automation pour l’Industrie Touristique Nice (06) 2016 160 9 1 100 O. Ricard
152 RYTHM SAS Bandeau connecté pour améliorer la qualité du sommeil Paris (75) 2014 143 40 6 750 H. Mercier
153 OUISTOCK Référencement d’espaces de stockage Lille (59) 2014 68 7 1 400 N. Ricour
154 MINI GREEN POWER Energie renouvelable Hyeres (83) 2014 63 17 4 300 J. Riondel
155 BEE-BEE AUTOMOTIVE Constructeur automobile 100% électrique Ramonchamp (88) 2013 62 5 1 660 B. Helme-Guizon & M. Lecomte & X. Grandjean
156 PUMPKIN Application mobile de paiement Lille (59) 2014 60 14 1 820 C. Wolfrom
157 SYNTONY Solutions de radio-navigation et géolocalisation Colomiers (31) 2015 60 25 1 000 J. Korsakissok
158 WINGIT Plateforme de services événementiels en temps réel Archamps (74) 2013 55 18 4 200 A. Sayag
159 UWINLOC Etiquettes connectées Colomiers (31) 2015 45 14 1 200 E. Cariou
160 DIAFIR Solutions de diagnostic medical, technologie de biopsie « virtuelle » Rennes (35) 2011 32 7 1 800 H. Tariel
161 DONECLE Développement de système de drones Labege (31) 2015 18 6 1 000 J. Bequet & Y. Bruner & M.Clyabrough & A. Deruaz-Pepin
162 CONCIERGE Objects connectés Seclin (59) 2013 16 9 1 270 L. Debruyne
163 SWABBL Plateforme de développement commercial collaborative Lyon (69) 2014 10 7 1 300 C. Giraud
164 CALEA SOLUTIONS Editeur de logiciels Marseille (13) 2014 9 2 2 400 S. Hadjiat
165 ALGOLIA Moteur de recherche Cloud (hosted search API) Paris (75) 2012 . 66 68 925 J. Lemoine
166 TUKAZZA (GUEST TO GUEST) Plateforme d’échange de maisons Paris (75) 2011 . 35 38 450 C-E. Girard
167 WYND Programmation informatique Paris (75) 2013 . 120 38 000 I. Ould
168 THERACHON SAS Recherche-développement scientifique Nice (06) 2014 . 7 37 000 L. Santarelli & E. Gouze
169 EVANEOS SA Tourisme Paris (75) 2009 . 90 23 115 E. La Bonnardiere
170 AKENEO Editeur de logiciels de gestion de données multisources Nantes (44) 2013 . 57 15 000 F. De Gombert
171 SEABUBBLES Service à la mobilité sur eau Paris (75) 2016 . 3 14 000 A. Thebault & A. Bringal
172 OLINDA SAS (QONTO) Fintech : Qonto est l’alternative bancaire pour entrepreneurs et startups Paris (75) 2016 . 10 11 650 A. Prot
173 BOTIFY SAS Conception de logiciel SaaS Paris (75) 2012 . 65 6 600 A. Menard
174 CHEERZ Application d’impression de photo Paris (75) 2011 . 28 6 425 A. De Meaux
175 FINEHEART Dispositif implantable dans le cœur humain pour le traitement de l’insuffisance cardiaque Pessac (33) 2010 . 10 6 400 A. Mascarell
176 SAS THE BUREAU Centre d’affaires communautaire Paris (75) 2016 . 5 5 750 R. Michau & Geneslay
177 EXAGAN Industrialisation et vente de composants semi-conducteurs Grenoble (38) 2014 . 17 5 695 F. Dupont
178 KLAXOON Solutions de partage de données, plateforme d’intelligence collective Cesson Sevigne (35) 2009 . 92 5 150 M. Beucher
179 DOLMEN TECHNOLOGIES Agence marketing digitale et marketing client Saint-Gregoire (35) 2011 . 65 5 000 D. Godest
180 STOREFRONT Retail Paris (75) 2014 . 43 4 360 A. Kerbrat
181 XENOTHERA Biotechnologie, génie génétique Nantes (44) 2014 . 5 3 600 O. Duvaux
182 PAYINTECH Système de paiement Cashless Paris (75) 2013 . 16 3 600 J-R. Kouchakji
183 REEZOCORP Reezocar facilite la recherche et sécurise l’achat de voitures d’occasion en France et en Europe Boulogne Billancourt (92) 2014 . 40 3 500 L. Potel
184 PRIVATEASER Réservation en ligne de lieux pour événement privés ou professionnels Paris (75) 2014 . 23 3 300 A. Paepegaey
185 SURGIVISIO SAS Système d’imagerie et de navigation 3D Saint-Martin-d’Uriage (38) 2009 . 8 3 290 S. Lavallee
186 BROCANTE LAB (SELENCY) Plateforme communautaire du mobilier d’occassion Paris (75) 2014 . 26 3 200 M. Brousse
187 REMEDEE LABS Dispositifs médicaux pour le traitement de la douleur Meylan (38) 2016 . . 3 000 J. Husser
188 REALYTICS Analytics TV & Radio Paris (75) 2014 . 34 2 950 G. Balmas
189 ELIGO BIOSCIENCE SA Biotechnologie – Dévelopement de médicaments de nouvelle génération Paris (75) 2014 . 7 2 900 X. Duportet
190 ICARE TECHNOLOGIES Vente de produits éléctroniques Peri (20) 2016 . 2 2 500 J. Neyrou & F. Raiola
191 AGORIZE Organisation de hackathons en ligne et de challenges d’open innovation Paris (75) 2011 . 39 2 350 C. Thou
192 COMERSO Collecte et gestion d’invendus alimentaires Angers (49) 2013 . 15 2 200 P-Y. Pasquier & R. Gilbert
193 SPEACH ME Editeur de logiciel pour l’accompagnement au transfert de savoir et savoir-faire. Nantes (44) 2012 . 35 2 100 N. Fellache
194 BRIGAD On-demand & smart staffing Saint-Mande (94) 2015 . 18 1 820 F. Malbranche
195 VIRTUO TECHNOLOGY Location de voiture nouvelle génération Paris (75) 2015 . 13 1 700 T. Chassagne
196 SCALLOG Robotisation des entrepots logistique Nanterre (92) 2013 . 15 1 690 O. Rochet
197 FENOTEK SAS Commerce d’objets connectés Marseille (13) 2015 . 3 1 670 B. Davoine
198 DRESS IN THE CITY Vide dressing Paris (75) 2016 . 16 1 500 A. Leloup
199 HAPPINANCE Robots financiers Toufflers (59) 2016 . . 1 438 J-P. Evrard
200 PERFECT MEMORY Logiciels de gestion des données – Intellingence artificielle Chamalières (63) 2008 . 14 1 200 S. Solitude
201 GLOWEE Recherche, développement et commercialisation de solutions d’éclairage n’utilisant pas d’électricité. Evry (91) 2014 . 10 1 200 S. Rey
202 DATADOME SAS Cybersecurity – Bot detection and traffic management Paris (75) 2015 . 7 1 132 F. Grenier
203 EVADERIS Conception de composants électroniques – Objets connectés Montbonnot (38) 2014 . 13 1 101 J-P. Bost
204 3D SOUND LABS Editeur de logiciels Audio 3D (solution software) Rennes (35) 2013 . 11 1 100 X. Bonjour & D. Singer & R. Séguier
205 CANAILLES DREAM Puericulture Le Kremlin-Bicetre (94) 2013 . 5 1 100 A. Grignon
206 COMET (SKILLEE) Mise en relation directe des meilleurs Freelancers Tech / Data et des plus beaux projets! Paris (75) 2016 . . 1 100 C. Thomas
207 YUFLOW SAS Paiement cashless Paris (75) 2013 . 13 1 100 M. Rigot-Muller
208 BLACKNUT Plateforme de diffusion de jeux vidéo Rennes (35) 2016 . 6 1 000 O. Avaro
209 HELLOCARE Service de téléconsultation médicale La Ciotat (13) 2016 . 6 1 000 M. Le Rouzic & W. Benichou
210 ARMIS Publicité en ligne Paris (75) 2016 . 13 1 000 D. Gomplewicz
211 HEADOO Traitement de données, hébergement et activités connexes Paris (75) 2011 . 12 1 000 J. Dussetour
212 SNAP EVENT (COOKNMEET) Organisation d’événements dans des lieux de particuliers (Airbnb des événements) Paris (75) 2013 . 4 300 O. Levy
213 YOOPIES Plateforme web de services à la personne Paris (75) 2011 . 26 . B. Suchar

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Launchmetrics Acquires Visual Box, Launches Platform

CANNES, France — Looking to offer fashion, luxury and cosmetic brands a 360-degree view on their investments in both digital and traditional print communication, Launchmetrics has acquired Visual Box and launched a new product, dubbed Discover.

Billed as the first one-stop tool for measuring print, online and social, the new platform is geared at allowing brands to monitor the impact of campaigns and events as well as garner key insights into their cross-channel performance in the media and with influencers.

Discover marks the first launch for Launchmetrics since the company’s creation in January 2016 when Fashion GPS, a technology provider for the fashion industry, merged with influencer marketing specialist Augure. The company, which has also appointed Paolo Valota senior vice president, monitoring, is based in New York and counts 1,700 clients spanning 70 countries, including Dior, Fendi and Levi’s.

Founded in Italy in 2000, Visual Box, meanwhile, is billed as being a leader in international fashion beauty and lifestyle media monitoring and analysis services, with a fully searchable fashion media database spanning editorial coverage and advertising data. The platform monitors over 1,800 titles – from daily newspapers to niche bi-annual books – with around 5,000 pages analyzed daily.

“Our aim is to offer brands, in one tool, the ability to measure the value of each medium,” Michael Jais, chief executive officer of Launchmetrics, told WWD in an interview in Cannes. “This acquisition will allow us to bring the market a way to really evaluate the return on investment of a campaign. Today it’s really difficult to benchmark the value of a ‘like’ or of an article in a title like Vogue, say, for a brand.”

Jais was in town to meet with city officials to discuss the launch of a fund for fashion-tech start-ups planned for June. “The idea is to create a kind of ecosystem for start-ups dedicated to fashion-tech luxury in Cannes, like for Silicon Valley but for fashion and luxury,” said the executive who also revealed that Cannes is planning to open a university “that can also host a lot of programs” dedicated to the subject, due to open in around 2019.

“There will be the incubation program, and investment fund, and also an academic program. It will be a joint program between the city of Cannes and a group of individuals, including myself,” he added.

Jais declined to disclose the terms of the Visual Box acquisition, but said it will give Launchmetrics access to 12 years of data linked to how brands interact with print. The company is actively looking to make further acquisitions in order to grow revenues from the current 25 million euros, or $27.9 million at average exchange rates, to 100 million euros, or $111.8 million, by 2021, he said. The plan, he added, is to invest in two directions: in the services area, “to help improve the user experience in terms of helping customers better understand the data,” and in data itself.

Launchmetrics currently monitors 100,000 influencers, and 1.7 million websites worldwide, has “a lot of data on the brands,” including monitoring “everything that is published by 20,000 brands in the world,” as well as “a lot of data” linked to “the interaction between influencers and the brands,” said Jais. “But to really take it to the next level, we need to invest in technology around image recognition and product classification.” He also revealed plans to bring in retail data and integrate data “related to the entire value chain of the fashion luxury business.”

On average the return on investment for brands using all of Launchmetrics’ tools, he said, is around 80 percent, “meaning it improves the efficiency of their launch by 80 percent.”

The company currently offers six tools covering areas including sample, content, and event management.

The firm’s revenue is partly generated through subscriptions, according to Jais. Customers pay anywhere from $200 to $50,000 per month, he said, with a current total of around 900 customers.

Jais also shared insights gleaned from recent analytics campaigns carried out for brands. “For example, at the shows, the real celebrities are the models. The reach that is driven by the models when they publish anything on Instagram is at least 10 times superior to the reach of the celebrities watching the runway,” he said.

“It shows that the audience is really there to see the product, which is good news. It also shows that people are interested in what is behind the scenes, and the models are the only ones to get access behind the scenes. Five percent of guests invited to the show make up 90 percent of the global reach of a show, and they are mainly bloggers and two or three celebrities.”

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Telco Altice to acquire video ad tech player Teads for $308M

Another telco is buying an adtech firm — today it’s been confirmed that video ad player Teads is being acquired by Dutch telecom Altice, which has some 50 million fixed and mobile subscribers, the majority of whom are in the U.S. and France. Teads claims its global online video advertising marketplace has more than 1.2 billion unique visitors, including 720 million via mobile.

Teads is being valued at €285 million (~$308 million) “on a cash and debt free basis” by Altice, with the purchase price subject to it meeting certain revenue targets in 2017. Seventy-five percent of the purchase price will be due at closing — with the remaining quarter becoming payable in early 2018, should targets be met.

The pair say they are expecting the acquisition to close in mid-2017, following competition reviews.

Teads offers so-called “outstream” video ad format — enabling ads to be displayed outside of a video stream, such as within any content on a webpage, thereby enabling publishers to house video ads without needing to produce their own video content to host the ad inventory. Its revenue grew by 44 percent in 2016 to an estimated €187.7 million.

The French company was founded back in 2011, and despite previously talking up the prospect of an IPO, Teads has remained private, while making some acquisitions of its own. It also merged with another adtech firm, Ebuzzing, in 2014.

As noted above, there’s a growing trend of telcos going shopping for adtech firms — not least TechCrunch’s parent company AOL’s parent Verizon, which is also in the process of closing in on Yahoo‘s adtech.

Altice and Teads say the acquisition rationale is the strategic combination of their assets — citing, for example, the advantage of being able to link Altice’s “unique first party data-sets” (aka the personal data of the 50 million subscribers to its broadband and mobile services) with Teads’ “relationships with 94 of the top 100 advertisers globally” and “partnerships with 500+ premium publishers globally and 8,000 vertically specialized publishers.”

In simpler terms, this is about telcos monetizing knowledge of their vast user-bases by finding ways to benefit from serving them targeted premium advertising — and in the U.S. now encouraged by President Trump’s new FCC chairman pick, Ajit Pai, who is a fan of very-light-touch regulation (versus the prior FCC chairman’s intent to expand broadband privacy rules).

Commenting in a statement, Michel Combes, CEO of Altice, said: “There is significant incremental value to be generated from our assets. Teads, a powerful business in itself, with major presence in Altice footprint notably in the U.S. and France, will enable us to offer a truly unique value proposition to brands and agencies on the one hand and the media industry, programmers and distributors on the other. It is that value proposition — data-driven, measurable and multiscreen — which will enable us to significantly grow our advertising business. We are very excited to partner with Pierre, Bertrand and their talented team.”

While Pierre Chappaz, founder and executive chairman of Teads, added: “Since our inception we have strived to offer our clients with superior advertising solutions based on measurable performance and technological innovation. As part of Altice, we will be able to offer even more tailored, data-driven solutions and take our value proposition from the digital world to a multiscreen platform, which includes TV, digital, mobile and tablets.”

Altice’s stock was trading up 1.45 percent following the announcement.

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Teads Announces $200 Million Revenue

Growth driven by Mobile and Programmatic

  • Revenue of $200 Million
  • 39% Organic Year-Over-Year Growth
  • Mobile Now Reaches 55% of Revenue and Programmatic 35%

NEW YORK and LONDON   Teads, the inventor of outstream video and the No. 1 video advertising marketplace in the world, today announced record results for 2016, reporting a revenue of $200 million representing a 39% organic growth year-over-year (YOY). In Euros, the Luxembourg headquartered company registered 45% YOY growth. The company was EBITDA-positive for the fourth year in a row.

Bertrand Quesada, CEO,  said,2016 was the year when outstream became mainstream. The outstream video advertising format that we have pioneered in Europe since 2012 has been adopted by the most prestigious publishers globally – the likes of Time Inc., CondeNast, Washington, Business Insider, and their European counterparts including The Daily Mail, The Telegraph, Trinity Mirror, Der Spiegel, Axel Springer, Le Monde, Le Figaro and many, many others. Its potential is bigger than pre-roll, as it opens up an unprecedented opportunity for monetizing publishers’ mobile traffic.”

Massive mobile video inventory

Thanks to the availability of its inRead video technology for all mobile web environments, including Google AMP and Facebook Instant Articles, and in-App, Teads’ reach has grown to 1.2 billion monthly unique visitors, including 720 million on mobile. According to Comscore, Teads global reach is ahead of AOL, Adap.tv, Yahoo! Brightroll, Adobe, Tubemogul and Bertelsman SpotX, and in many countries, including the US, its potential reach (deduplicated reach of its publishers) is even larger than YouTube and Facebook.

Pierre Chappaz, Executive Chairman commented:Outstream is a game changer in the programmatic world, because it provides quality at scale. Teads is offering the highest quality inventory to programmatic buyers globally, and this is fuelling the exponential growth of our programmatic revenue.”

About Teads

Teads, founded in 2011, is the inventor of outstream video advertising and No. 1 video advertising marketplace in the world. Publishers work with Teads to create brand new video inventory and manage their existing inventory, monetizing it through programmatic buying, their own sales forces, or third parties.

Teads’ native video advertising solutions encompass a series of formats inserted deep into media content, like the inRead playing inside articles. It is changing the game within the video advertising market by creating unprecedented levels of premium inventory, which did not exist before.

Brands and agencies can access this top-tier, premium inventory, available on the web and on mobile, through programmatic or managed services. Through its managed services capabilities, the Teads team execute on its clients behalf using its platform.

Teads has a team of over 500 employees, 100 of whom are on the innovation team, across 27 offices in 21 countries.

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Special Fashion Week Content Delivered Through Google Search

When users search “Fashion Week,” designer – supplied content, street style and party photos will appear.

For the second season in a row, Google is getting friendlier with fashion week, but the focus this time is more on content and less on commerce.

This season, designers and brands including Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Burberry, Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein and others have signed on to post fashion week content directly to Google Search during fashion shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris.

In a feature that was piloted during New York Fashion Week last season, designers will share information before, during and after the shows. Marc Jacobs, Carolina Herrera and Proenza Schouler have already started sharing content.

Google is scrapping any shoppable elements in the Search feature to focus on what it found to be the most useful tools. This go around, the search giant has added a partnership with Launchmetrics and GPS Radar to show runway photos in real-time. Additional fashion week content — which appears when users type “Fashion Week” or a related topic into Google Search — includes street style and party photos from photo agency BFA.

In September, Google unveiled the first iteration of this feature, for which it commissioned former Maxim editor Kate Lanphear to act as consultant. Lanphear also worked on the project this season.

The first season that Google introduced this product, it linked with RewardStyle to share influencer street style posts that are normally only seen within apps such as Instagram, Pinterest and Snapchat.

This type of search feature, in which Google builds special search results tied to an event, has previously been used with the Olympics, Coachella, the Oscars and more.

Google also partnered with H&M Group’s Fashion Tech Lab, and its digital fashion house Ivyrevel, to create what it’s calling a “Data Dress.” The dress is a personalized dress based on a user’s “context signals,” using a special Android app that is being tested by style influencers during fashion week.

The app uses technology that monitors the user’s daily activity and lifestyle with their permission, including location, weather and more, for a week. The algorithm then creates a “digitally tailored” dress design that the user can purchase. The custom dresses will likely start at $99.

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The Future of Intelligent Customer Routing

Routing customer queries to the best skilled agent to deal with them is the foundation of every contact centre. As consumers continue to increase the amount of channels they communicate with the company via, it becomes increasingly difficult, and yet crucial, for contact centres to assign them in a timely manner. For example: after speaking to an agent on web chat, the customer would expect to have their query routed to the same agent on the phone later down the line.

Contact centres have moved on from the days of hunt groups and least occupied agent routing, to more dynamic and intelligent techniques. This article will look at the most effective & efficient ways of routing enquiries based on agents’ skillsets in the contact centre and how they can be taken a step further to embrace innovation of software solutions for contact centres.

Skills Based Routing

The most common method of routing customer queries in the contact centre today is skills based. This is driven by the agent’s skillset and what the customer requires from them, e.g.: whether a payment or a delivery. One method of skills-based routing is for the system to conduct data look-ups and then cross reference the customer’s details to detect the skillset necessary for the query; it then routes the customer to the next available appropriately skilled agent.

Another popular skills-based routing method is to have the system identify keywords or numbers in written correspondence, such as emails or social media, from the customer. This ensures that these channels, as well as calls, are routed back to the agent who dealt with the issue initially, or alternatively, someone with the best skillset for it.

Demographic filtering is also widely used within skills-based routing; this allows queries to be assigned to agents with particular language or geographical skills. Where cloud based contact centre software is deployed, companies are able to create a local presence in global markets, thus allowing them to tailor their service, regardless of location, and therefore build customer loyalty.

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One Step Further

In order to maintain a competitive edge in today’s age of the autonomous customer, leading companies are now deploying solutions that enable contact centre staff to configure routing, queuing and complex omni-channel workflows themselves, while simultaneously automating business processes. What this means is that the solution will perform the above mentioned routing methods, plus others, while eliminating time consuming manual processes that usually need to be carried out by the IT department at great costs, lengthy appointments and complex coding. Solutions such as this make it easy for contact centre supervisors to set up and configure communication follow-ups from various channels.

With barely many solutions on the market, mplsystems’ Omni-Channel Process Designer is unique in the sense that it offers a user friendly drag and drop design, which allows users to configure, change and recreate workflow processes on an ad hoc basis. This allows customer routing within the contact centre to be agile and attentive to successful progression.

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An example case of a successful workflow process can be seen in the above diagram, which shows the customer journey of Sal, who has a broken washing machine. This particular workflow sees Sal emailing and then calling the customer service desk to report her problem, here, the software groups her activities for optimum productivity within the contact centre. Her request is routed to Dean, an agent that has dealt with Sal before and is therefore familiar with her account details. Upon deciphering that the washing machine cannot be repaired, Dean selects ‘replacement machine’ in the CRM system; this then automatically triggers the warehouse to dispatch a new washing machine to Sal’s house and also automatically schedules an engineer, Mike, to visit Sal on the same day that the device is due to arrive; as he was visiting that area already.

Once Mike has fitted the new machine and ensured that Sal is happy with everything, he asks her to complete a customer satisfaction survey on his tablet, which transmits all of the entered data back into the company’s CRM. The updated system then sends Sal an automated SMS to notify her that her request case has now been closed. Sal would also receive an automated confirmation SMS at each stage of the process to give her ongoing real-time updates throughout. This is a simple example of how skills based routing and a configured workflow process can deliver the highest quality of efficiency within customer service with little effort from the agent.

Therefore, the future of customer routing is strategising an intelligent contact flow within the contact centre itself. Solutions, such as the Omni-Channel Process Designer, allow flexibility in the routing process, which is essential to adapting to customer behaviour flow. Being responsive is fundamental for high levels of customer satisfaction without significant costs, and with customer experience at the heart of every interaction today, it is crucial to have a system that will transcend this in every feature that it offers.

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Telefónica selects Frog Source solution from Wyplay

MARSEILLE — Telefónica, one of the world’s leading providers of communications services and solutions, has started a project to create an
Open Middleware solution to integrate in some set-top boxes, based on the Frog Source solution from Wyplay, creator of software solutions for Pay-TV operators.

Frog Source is one of four offerings of Frog by Wyplay, the portfolio of open source software solutions and professional services for pay-TV operators. The Frog by Wyplay initiative brings together a growing ecosystem of more than 135 companies across the entire digital TV technology value chain including chipset vendors, device manufacturers, independent software vendors, software development and integration services providers and operators.

Frog Source provides fully documented source code for all of Wyplay’s set-top box software components. This solid foundation provides operator’s developers with the freedom and flexibility to create their own products in a more cost effective way compared to traditional proprietary solutions. Frog Source brings together more than 200 components powering all STB features from basic zapper up to advanced multi-tuner gateways with transcoding.

It comes with an extensive toolset including integration, cross-compiler, test suites and developer resources like documentation, online tutorials and FAQs easily accessible through our developer portal.

The main reasons for the selection of Wyplay’s code are the modularity, the openness, the wide Frog community and the functionalities of Frog Source. Telefónica also highly valued the extensive set of development, debugging tools and automated testings, which will allow Telefónica to design their own product.

“We are thrilled to work with Telefónica, one of the world’s leading operators. With their technical team, they are now free to be their own system integrator and be able to tailor all or part of their own solutions “, said Jacques Bourgninaud, Wyplay CEO. He added, “With Frog Source, Telefónica is back in the driver’s seat”.

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Ercom cryptosmart obtains the restricted certification in Europe

 

Cryptosmart is recognized by the European Union as a trusted solution to protect the exchange of information from governments, institutions and companies

Cryptosmart: THE ultimate solution to secure mobile communications and devices

Mobility tools are a gateway to an organization’s information systems, whether it is a government, an administration or a company. 40% of smartphone owners use them to store sensitive data.1 Cyber-attacks can cause heavy financial losses and even affect national security. New European regulations further require companies to implement data protection measures, or face fines of up to 4% of their worldwide turnover for violating their obligations.

Cryptosmart is the only solution providing government level security on consumer devices, facilitating its adoption by all users. This solution is deployed within governments and large enterprises to protect their sensitive data on the move, against loss, theft and spying.
It has also obtained the Restricted Distribution certification from several organizations, including NATO and ANSSI in France. ANSSI is one of the most demanding organizations in the world regarding security.

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Restricted Distribution certification: The Grail for Cryptosmart

Cryptosmart has already demonstrated its status by obtaining multiple certifications. By gaining the Restricted Distribution certification in the Netherlands, Ercom secures the Grail: The Restricted Distribution certification at the European level. “Restricted Distribution” is the level of security required by countries to protect the exchange of government information.

This new certification allows Ercom Cryptosmart to demonstrate its credibility with governments, institutions and companies looking for security solutions to protect their communications and devices in the European Union and outside.

“Obtaining this certification is exceptional and provides a real recognition for our product and our teams in charge of its development: through this EU certification, Cryptosmart enters the exclusive club of security solutions for mobile communications and devices certified by ANSSI, NATO and the EU. This allows us to explore new market opportunities and continue to foster the excellence we systematically seek. It really is a sign of confidence that we have just obtained, an additional guarantee of security for our current and future customers,” declares Yannick Dupuch, CEO of Ercom.

About Ercom

Ercom is a key French player with 30 years of combined expertise in two key areas: Telecommunication network testing and simulation (4G/LTE, 5G and IoT), and cybersecurity. Today ERCOM offers two main product lines: communication, device and information security solutions with Cryptosmart and Cryptobox, and network simulation and optimization systems with Mobipass.

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Video ad company Teads acquires Brainient

Teads, the video ad company that last month raised $47 million in debt financing in order to go on a buying spree of other adtech startups, is staying true to its word. Today it’s announcing the acquisition of UK and Romania-based Brainient, the interactive video ad startup founded by Emi Gal, who has been a fixture of the London tech scene for almost as long as I’ve been reporting on it.

Founded in 2009, Brainient and its smart Romanian engineering team hit on the idea of increasing the engagement and performance of online video adverts by making them more personalised and interactive.

The former refers to way Brainient-powered ads can tap into any data source to allow the ads served to match a user’s profile and preferences — including socio-demo, geolocation, screen used, time of the day, weather (or basically any other type of contextual data) — while the latter includes things like making video ads ‘shoppable’ or the ability to submit an in-video form to request further information about a product.

The Brainient studio is a suite of tools that takes care of the heavy lifting to make these kind of interactive and data-driven video ads, including ensuring they can easily be reconfigured to work across formats and devices and they are compatible with the disparate video ad networks and publisher properties. And it’s here where Teads’ acquisition of Brainient comes into play.

Bertrand Quesada, CEO of Teads, told me in a call that the plan is to be able to offer the newly-named Teads Studio to the company’s existing customers for free, in order to increase the ROI of the Teads video ad proposition.

That’s because the European company specialises in so-called “outstream” ads: video ads that reside outside of video content, such as placed in an article between two paragraphs of text.

These already potentially perform better than traditional video pre-rolls and by making the ads themselves data-infused and interactive, the idea is to not only enable Teads’ customers to innovate around where video ads are placed and how they are delivered but also within the creative itself. Brainient has always claimed that its interactive video ads perform better than standard ones.

In a call with Brainient’s Gal, he sounded upbeat about the exit, although both he and Quesada declined to reveal terms of the deal. Brainient had raised around $4 million in total funding, including a $1.8 million Series A in 2012 led by Prague-based Credo Ventures with participation from Atlas Venture, Estag Capital, Sherry Coutu, and Dave McClure’s 500 Startups.

A source close to one of Brainient’s investors also told me they were very happy with the return the startup’s exit has produced and they wouldn’t hesitate backing Gal a second time, should he ever go on to start another company. Separately, another source told me that the startup had previously fielded offers of around $10-12 million, so make of that what you will. I also understand that although Gal and Brainient’s other co-founder and CTO Andrei Baragan were the startup’s largest shareholders, they no longer held a majority stake.

Meanwhile, Gal tells me he’ll be relocating to New York City to help Teads Studio sell more into the U.S. market (something he said he needed to do urgently as far back as 2012!) and that this was always the plan once Brainient felt it had become a leader in Europe. He also says that with Teads’ resources, Brainient plans to double the size of its engineering team in Romania and continue to iterate the product.

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