Apizee receives the French Tech Pass at the French Prime Minister residence
On September 25, the 87 winning startups of the 2016-2017 French Tech Pass program were awarded their diplomas in the company of Edouard Philippe, Prime Minister and Mounir Mahjoubi, Secretary of State to the Prime Minister, in charge of Digital Affaires
Lannion, 26 September 2017
Founded in 2013 by Michel L’Hostis and Frédéric Luart, the start-up Apizee is one of the winners of the 2016-2017 promotion of the French Tech Pass. This recognition allows the start-up from Lannion (Brittany) to benefit from the support program of the French Tech.
The French Tech Pass is a national support system aimed at ultra-high-growth companies (+100% growth in turnover per year). Recipients enjoy free tailored support from major economic players : La French Tech, Bpifrance, DGE (Directorate General for Enterprise), Business France, Coface (France’s export credit agency), INPI (National Institute for Intellectual Property), AFPC (French Association of Competitiveness Hubs) and AFIC (French Venture Capital and Private Equity Association).
Apizee delivers a WebRTC-based development platform intended to generalize enterprises and organizations access to customer interactions, visual assistance and web conferencing solutions. These multichannel solutions, are leveraged to work on simple web browser without any plugin or software download and are also responsive and compatible with different connected devices. This ease of use and deployment quickly convinced major players as Crédit Agricole, Safran, Enedis, Renault, Barclays and ExxonMobil.
The startup that has currently about twenty employees, strongly believe in an international development. The French Tech Pass comes at a perfect time : « Beyond the French Tech recognition, this award gives us an additional solidity to accelerate our international development and continue innovating », says pleases Michel L’Hostis, Apizee CEO and co-founder.