Meet 3 French Entrepreneurs in London

In partnership with the French Club and the Entrepreneurship Club of the London Business School, Frog Valley is organising a panel discussion with three French entrepreneurs who will be sharing their experience of setting up a business in London.

The event is on the 24th of may from 7pm to 8pm, followed by a networking session, at this address:

London Business School, Regent’s Park, London, NW1 4SA – Room: LT2

If you want to register for the event, you can do it here:

Bio of the three entrepreneurs:

Jeremy Melul ( Jeremy is the product guy at Jogabo and he will not stop talking about the long term vision if you get him started. He loves to build stuff and get them just right through continuous improvements. He worked in innovation and technology consulting at Altran before realizing that life was too short for that and decided to join Grassroot Soccer, an NGO that uses the power of soccer in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Jeremy has been involved in soccer since he was 7 and has been organizing local pickups, managing school leagues and clubs in many different countries. He is also the founder of the European MBA tournament « The GreenLaces Cup ».








Grégory Vincent ( Gregory Vincent is a pioneer of microfinance, having set up Europe’s first crowdfunding website ( Launched in August 2010, Sponsume revolutionises the way film-makers and artists raise the funds they need to make their creative projects happen. Prior to launching Sponsume, Greg worked as an investment manager in London and as an assistant tutor at Oxford University.








Stéphanie Bouchet ( Stéphanie is a marketing connoisseur with 11 years of experience in world beating European start-ups, such as Skype as well as blue chip corporations, such as British Telecom and Warner Bros. Steph is also the founder of RougeFrog, a boutique marketing company designed to help start-ups and medium size businesses with their marketing and brand strategy and implementation, at international level.
She’s an active member of the European entrepreneurship scene, avid photographer, extreme rally, raid and traveler and marathon runner.

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