Discover our spaces in Bordeaux, Marseille and Paris

KEDGE has provided three of its campuses with spaces entirely dedicated to entrepreneurial projects. Coworking spaces for teamwork, bubbles for meetings and quiet times, relaxing areas for a well-deserved break. The three incubators are perfect for the conception of projects.

The entrepreneurial space in Bordeaux (The Business Nursery)

Located on the 5th floor of the Talence campus, the incubator benefits from an exceptional view and great luminosity. Inaugurated in 2019 by Alain Rousset and several elected officials as well as graduate entrepreneurs, this space benefits from numerous business partnerships with, among others, French Tech Bordeaux and Cdiscount.  

Who can use this dedicated space?

The KEDGE Entrepreneurial space is opened to students, school graduates, associations, partners, businesses and any other project owner. All can benefit from human resources (teachers, researchers, collaborators, professors, coaches, mentors) as well as material resources (Business Nursery Incubator, the Supply Chain Centre of Excellence, creative and conference rooms, meeting rooms…).

A few start-ups supported by KEDGE

WHERE YOU LOVE – Alexandre Bonhomme (virtual real estate search assistant / 3 employees and a few million euros raised).

OUIEXPAT – Noura Moulali (to connect French people living abroad).

https://www.kedgebs-alumni.com/en/diplome/news/with-ouiexpat-this-kedge-alumna-is-connecting-french-people-living-abroad-584

GEEV is a success story. It is the first application for donating items between individuals. it allows people to donate free of charge to other people in his/her area. 11 million+ reused objects, 450,000+ food items saved from the trash, 3 million+ users. They have raised 3 million euros.

CHAMBERLAN, a young company that specialises in custom-made shoes. Raised 1 million.

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The entrepreneurial space in Marseille: Daniel Carasso

The Daniel Carasso KEDGE Accelerator has been made possible by the Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation (Daniel Carasso is the founder of Danone and a 1927 graduate of KEDGE). Spread over 500m2, the entrepreneurial space welcomes innovative and creative projects.

Who can use this dedicated space?

A rich ecosystem that reached different types of populations: students, graduates' entrepreneurs, start-ups and advisers, all able to work alone or as a group. 

Creation of  working areas designed to develop creativity and innovation but also allowing for alone time if necessary.

A few start-ups created at KEDGE

Telaqua - Nicolas Cavalier, Sébastien Demech & Nicolas Carvalho (simpliflying water management, 15 employees, 400 000€ raised and 1,5M€ in progress).

 Carbookr - Nicolas Job (car rental BtoB, 12 employees, 1M€ raised).

 ZEI - Noel Bauza (digital platform that helps individuals and companies to improve their environmental and societal impacts, 15 employees, 2M€ raised). 

NOCNOC – Paul Lebas, (rent big homes for short stays, 24 Collaborators, 3M€ raised).

Saileazy – Gregoire Guignon (sailboat self-service, 15 collaborateurs,1,7M€ raised).

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The entrepreneurial space in Paris 

KEDGE Entrepreneurship in Paris opened in 2019 at 40 Avenue des Terroirs de France, 12th arrondissement. Spread over 400m2, the dedicated space is located at the centre of the Paris newly renovated campus.

At the heart of the business district, KEDGE Business School Paris is ideally positioned near the liveliest areas of Gare de Lyon, Bercy Village and Station F. The highly connected campus  providing high level of services is spread over 3200m2 over 2 floors, benefits from 10 lecture rooms with a capacity of 40 to 200 seats, 12 brain bubbles (closed meeting rooms) as well as 1 amphitheatre  with a capacity of 80 spaces.

Who can use this dedicated space?

The KEDGE Entrepreneurial space is opened to entrepreneurs accompanied by our start-up programmes (pre-incubation, incubation, accelerator, French Tech Tremplin) as well as our business partners who wish to co-organise events in relation to entrepreneurship and innovation.

All can benefit from human resources (teachers, researchers, collaborators, professors, coaches, mentors) as well as material resources (Business Nursery Incubator, the Supply Chain Centre of Excellence, creative and conference rooms, meeting rooms…).

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