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December 15, 2017


We are proud to announce that our mobile application project YAH! will join the World's biggest startup campus, STATION F, in 2018 !


STATION F is a business incubator for startups created by Xavier Niel, most-known french entrepreneur. The 34,000 m2 facility was formally opened by President Emmanuel Macron in June 2017 and provides services for up to start-up and early stage businesses as well as for corporate partners such as Facebook, Microsoft and Naver.


We will join a program together with companies like Buffer, GoCardLess, Sigfox and Kickstarter ! 


STATION F is an initiative by Xavier Niel, an entrepreneur and investor that has always been deeply committed to supporting the startup ecosystem. He has built the telecom operator Free, the tuition-free coding school 42 in France and California,  the hyper-active early-stage VC firm Kima Ventures. He has also invested in hundreds of startups around the world.  He wanted to build STATION F in order to make entrepreneurship more accessible. He also wanted to add more coherence and unity to the fragmented startup ecosystem. STATION F is also an ambitious answer to a booming ecosystem desperately in need of additional infrastructure.


At STATION F, you can find a startup zone with 3,000 startup desks divided into 20+ different startup programs - including Facebook’s Startup Garage, vente-privee’s Impulse and Founders Program welcoming more than 200 startups. It also provides event spaces, offices for investors and tech companies, a makerspace, a coworking coffee-shop, a giant restaurant, and more. A housing extension for 600 entrepreneurs is also under construction 10 min away from STATION F and will open in 2018.





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