OUR PARTNERS & SPONSORS

JEREMIE INNOVATION 2:

Jeremie Innovation 2 is a company dedicated to financing start-up and first-time development phases of innovative SMEs in the former Auvergne region. It intervenes in all sectors of activity, for all types of projects and all types of innovation. The innovation in question may relate to a process, a product or a service.

Jeremie Innovation 2
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LE BIVOUAC:

Yesitis chose to settle in the heart of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, at Le Bivouac, a startup accelerator based in Clermont-Ferrand, France. Funded by private and public money, Le Bivouac offers its participating startups access to mentoring and coaching, consultants within a network of large public and private companies, and office space, all for a low monthly fee. At only one and a half years old, Le Bivouac has adopted more than 20 startups offering solutions in healthcare, agriculture, technology, food services, and transportation.

BONJOUR LA FRENCH TECH:

“French Tech” is the term used to describe the French startup community: everyone who works in or for a startup in France or for a French startup abroad. Entrepreneurs of course, but also investors, engineers, designers, developers, incubators, media, public organizations, research institutions, etc. that are committed to the growth of startups and to their international prosperity.

It is also an example of innovative public policy through the French Tech Initiative.

Convinced of the need to promote the emergence of startup success stories in France, the French Government created the French Tech Initiative in 2013. Its philosophy?  To rely on initiatives of the French Tech community already in place, showcase what already exists, and create a snowball effect. The French Tech Initiative is not about the government imposing regulations and limits; it’s about the government supporting the startup community. It is a shared ambition, driven by the government, but built by and carried out with all players.

The French Tech Initiative has a strong international presence via its 22 French Tech hubs: New York, Israel, Tokyo, San Francisco, Montreal, Cape Town, Hong Kong, Moscow, Barcelona, London, Abidjan, Seoul, Berlin, Dubai, Los Angeles, Milan, Beijing, São Paulo, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Taiwan, and Vietnam.

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AUVERGNE-RHÔNE-ALPES, THE GREAT REGION:

The newly merged Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region is a fertile land of innovation. Yesitis has the support of both the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region and its president, demonstrated through their combined push for digital innovation. Juliette Jarry, Vice President of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region in charge of digital innovation, attended the CES Unveiled in Paris and personally congratulated the Yesitis team for its CES award.

EUROPE GETS INVOLVED:

The European Commission has adopted the French Partnership agreement!

On 08 August 2014, the European Commission adopted the French partnership agreement which validates the scope of the 2014-2020 programming of European structural and investment funds (ESIF): the European regional development fund (ERDF), the European social fund (ESF), the European agricultural fund for rural development (EAFRD) and the European maritime and fisheries funds (EMFF).

The ESIF’s interventions must address three major issues:

  • employment and economic competitiveness;
  • energy and ecological transition and the sustainable management of resources;
  • equal opportunities between territories.

The European Union’s support, which amounts to approximately €26.7 billion for 7 years, will essentially focus on:

  • The competitiveness of small and medium-sized companies and innovation;
  • Youth employment and personalised progress on the labour market;
  • Social inclusion to reduce poverty;
  • The transition to a low-carbon economy;
  • The protection and preservation of the environment and heritage.

This document, produced in close collaboration between the State and the regions, is the result of one year’s concerted action with the national partnership (350 organisations representing the civil society, economic agents, social partners, local authorities and the State). It has been the subject of extensive negotiations with the European Commission.

The adoption of the Partnership agreement signals the launch of the 2014-2020 programming of European funds. The programmes may therefore be adopted by the European Commission within the next few weeks.

Drapeau de l'Union Européenne

EUROPEAN UNION:

The European Union is a unique economic and political union between 28 European countries that together cover much of the continent.

The EU was created in the aftermath of the Second World War. The first steps were to foster economic cooperation: the idea being that countries that trade with one another become economically interdependent and so more likely to avoid conflict.

AUVERGNE BPI FRANCE:

Bpifrance provides assistance and financial support to small and medium-sized enterprises, facilitating access to banks and equity capital investors, in particular during the high-risk phases: Start-up, Innovation, Development, International, Buy out.

Bpifrance is a financial institution gathering together activities previously delivered by OSEO, the Strategic Investment Fund (FSI), FSI Regions and CDC enterprises.

Acting in the French Regions, Bpifrance supports SMEs through a decentralised network of 37 regional offices, being in direct contact with the entrepreneurs and their partners: 90% of decisions are being made at regional level.

Bpifrance provides French companies with:

  • Innovation funding
  • Guarantees for bank financing and venture capital
  • Investment and operational cycle financing alongside banking and financial institutions
  • Equity investment, directly or through partner funds
  • Export support (Ubifrance and Coface export) through Bpifrance Export
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MICROSOFT FOR STARTUPS:

Microsoft for Startups is:

  • Access to the Microsoft Azure Cloud Platform
  • Business partnership to help startups reach new customers and markets
  • Technology partnership via a team of specialists
  • Visibility via events, interviews, social networks, press relations …
  • A community to exchange and help each other

CRÉDIT AGRICOLE CENTRE FRANCE:

At the end of 2018, Crédit Agricole Center France is made up of 226 points of sale, including 39 for Allier, 34 for Cantal, 25 for Creuse, 39 for Corrèze and 89 for Puy-de-Dôme. The company has opened “green points” (basic banking services offered by a convenience store). The Chalus Bank is a subsidiary of Crédit Agricole Center France.
We have the pleasure to collaborate on many issues and we are accompanied by an available and professional team that allows us to develop with confidence.

Jeremie Innovation 2

JEREMIE INNOVATION 2:

Jeremie Innovation 2 is a company dedicated to financing start-up and first-time development phases of innovative SMEs in the former Auvergne region. It intervenes in all sectors of activity, for all types of projects and all types of innovation. The innovation in question may relate to a process, a product or a service.

Logo Le Bivouac

LE BIVOUAC:

Yesitis chose to settle in the heart of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, at Le Bivouac, a startup accelerator based in Clermont-Ferrand, France. Funded by private and public money, Le Bivouac offers its participating startups access to mentoring and coaching, consultants within a network of large public and private companies, and office space, all for a low monthly fee. At only one and a half years old, Le Bivouac has adopted more than 20 startups offering solutions in healthcare, agriculture, technology, food services, and transportation.

BONJOUR LA FRENCH TECH:

“French Tech” is the term used to describe the French startup community: everyone who works in or for a startup in France or for a French startup abroad. Entrepreneurs of course, but also investors, engineers, designers, developers, incubators, media, public organizations, research institutions, etc. that are committed to the growth of startups and to their international prosperity.

It is also an example of innovative public policy through the French Tech Initiative.

Convinced of the need to promote the emergence of startup success stories in France, the French Government created the French Tech Initiative in 2013. Its philosophy?  To rely on initiatives of the French Tech community already in place, showcase what already exists, and create a snowball effect. The French Tech Initiative is not about the government imposing regulations and limits; it’s about the government supporting the startup community. It is a shared ambition, driven by the government, but built by and carried out with all players.

The French Tech Initiative has a strong international presence via its 22 French Tech hubs: New York, Israel, Tokyo, San Francisco, Montreal, Cape Town, Hong Kong, Moscow, Barcelona, London, Abidjan, Seoul, Berlin, Dubai, Los Angeles, Milan, Beijing, São Paulo, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Taiwan, and Vietnam.

Logo de La Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

AUVERGNE-RHÔNE-ALPES, THE GREAT REGION:

The newly merged Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region is a fertile land of innovation. Yesitis has the support of both the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region and its president, demonstrated through their combined push for digital innovation. Juliette Jarry, Vice President of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region in charge of digital innovation, attended the CES Unveiled in Paris and personally congratulated the Yesitis team for its CES award.

EUROPE GETS INVOLVED:

The European Commission has adopted the French Partnership agreement!

On 08 August 2014, the European Commission adopted the French partnership agreement which validates the scope of the 2014-2020 programming of European structural and investment funds (ESIF): the European regional development fund (ERDF), the European social fund (ESF), the European agricultural fund for rural development (EAFRD) and the European maritime and fisheries funds (EMFF).

The ESIF’s interventions must address three major issues:

  • employment and economic competitiveness;
  • energy and ecological transition and the sustainable management of resources;
  • equal opportunities between territories.

The European Union’s support, which amounts to approximately €26.7 billion for 7 years, will essentially focus on:

  • The competitiveness of small and medium-sized companies and innovation;
  • Youth employment and personalised progress on the labour market;
  • Social inclusion to reduce poverty;
  • The transition to a low-carbon economy;
  • The protection and preservation of the environment and heritage.

This document, produced in close collaboration between the State and the regions, is the result of one year’s concerted action with the national partnership (350 organisations representing the civil society, economic agents, social partners, local authorities and the State). It has been the subject of extensive negotiations with the European Commission.

The adoption of the Partnership agreement signals the launch of the 2014-2020 programming of European funds. The programmes may therefore be adopted by the European Commission within the next few weeks.

Drapeau de l'Union Européenne

EUROPEAN UNION:

The European Union is a unique economic and political union between 28 European countries that together cover much of the continent.

The EU was created in the aftermath of the Second World War. The first steps were to foster economic cooperation: the idea being that countries that trade with one another become economically interdependent and so more likely to avoid conflict.

Logo BPI France

AUVERGNE BPI FRANCE:

Bpifrance provides assistance and financial support to small and medium-sized enterprises, facilitating access to banks and equity capital investors, in particular during the high-risk phases: Start-up, Innovation, Development, International, Buy out.

Bpifrance is a financial institution gathering together activities previously delivered by OSEO, the Strategic Investment Fund (FSI), FSI Regions and CDC enterprises.

Acting in the French Regions, Bpifrance supports SMEs through a decentralised network of 37 regional offices, being in direct contact with the entrepreneurs and their partners: 90% of decisions are being made at regional level.

Bpifrance provides French companies with:

  • Innovation funding
  • Guarantees for bank financing and venture capital
  • Investment and operational cycle financing alongside banking and financial institutions
  • Equity investment, directly or through partner funds
  • Export support (Ubifrance and Coface export) through Bpifrance Export

MICROSOFT FOR STARTUPS:

Microsoft for Startups is:

  • Access to the Microsoft Azure Cloud Platform
  • Business partnership to help startups reach new customers and markets
  • Technology partnership via a team of specialists
  • Visibility via events, interviews, social networks, press relations …
  • A community to exchange and help each other

CRÉDIT AGRICOLE CENTRE FRANCE:

At the end of 2018, Crédit Agricole Center France is made up of 226 points of sale, including 39 for Allier, 34 for Cantal, 25 for Creuse, 39 for Corrèze and 89 for Puy-de-Dôme. The company has opened “green points” (basic banking services offered by a convenience store). The Chalus Bank is a subsidiary of Crédit Agricole Center France.
We have the pleasure to collaborate on many issues and we are accompanied by an available and professional team that allows us to develop with confidence.