The media of Smart Food Paris and Jakajima, the organizer of the 3D Food Printing Conference both put the Digital Patisserie in the spotlight.
During this month of June, we were able to present the Digital Patisserie in detail to two media players in the foodtech industry. It was also an opportunity to work in collaboration with the University of Paris Dauphine and the IE Club.
Smart Food Paris features our start-up
Smart Food is the incubator of the City of Paris dedicated to food innovation, it is part of the Paris&Co network.
The Smart Food jury selected the Digital Patisserie from the creation of the project in February 2019. We experienced it as a validation of the potential of our idea.
But then you have to know how to execute and confront the reality of the market.
We were accompanied for a year and were able to benefit from the many resources offered by Paris&Co. Clément Chevrette and Domitille Dezobry also regularly provided us with their sound advice. We take this opportunity to thank them here!
The offer strategy, the business model, the pitch are all subjects we have worked on together over the months.
Smart Food publishes a monthly newsletter dedicated to food innovation that we recommend. It takes advantage of this media to highlight certain start-ups. This month, we are pleased to be in the spotlight.
In the end, this fruitful collaboration was accompanied by a long portrait of our approach, which you can find here.
A video from 3D Food Printing Conference
The 3D Food Printing Conference is a world-renowned event. It takes place every year in June in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.
Following the pandemic, the organizers have chosen to postpone the 2020 edition to November. We will be hosting a conference on November 26th.
Before this expected appointment, they launched a youtube channel that highlights research and new projects in 3D printing. This new media is about 3D printing of food but not only. Indeed Jakajima covers through several conferences many topics around additive manufacturing.
Last week, Marine presented her background and the latest developments in our strategy in this thirty-minute video under the title: « From 3D Polymer printing to 3DFood Printing as pastry chef« .
As explained in this article, we’ve changed the way we think about our contribution to 3D food printing. The video was an opportunity to tell an international audience about it.
IE Club and Paris Dauphine: about the Diese project
Finally, this article is an opportunity to talk about a collaboration with the students of Paris Dauphine within the framework of a partnership with IE Club.
The IE Club is a business club that seeks to foster business relationships between large groups and start-ups. They also have links with the academic world, particularly on the subject of financing innovation.
In this context, the IE Club has set up the Diese project with the University of Paris Dauphine. The partnership enables start-ups to be associated with groups of Master’s students to offer them an immersion in the world of entrepreneurship.
Since May, we have been working (efficiently and with happiness) with Sarah Nechi, Antoine Pavé and Véronique Try. The challenge for them was to put together a great business plan file.
Despite the delicate situation of containment, the students carried out their mission successfully. An inspiring collaborative principle, which we hope to renew in the future!