The names of the TOP winners were unveiled during the “what’s next” digital event organized on February 2 by the Institut Mines-Télécom, La Tribune, and the Ministry of Economy and Finance, bringing together the French digital ecosystem. The president of the jury, Thomas Courbe, Director General of the Directorate General for Enterprises (DGE) at the Ministry of the Economy, Finance and Recovery, underlined the commitment of the competing start-ups.

First Grand Prize (30 000 €)

La Ruche à Vélos (IMT Atlantique incubator) – Facilitating mobility with a new generation bicycle parking facility

Second Grand Prize (20 000 €) and Good in Tech Prize

Data Farm (IMT-BS incubator, Télécom SudParis and ENSIIE) – High-performance data centers with no CO2 emissions

Third Grand Prize (10 000 €)

CodistAi (Agoranov incubator) – Automatic code documentation by Machine Learning

The winners were in competition with the other winners of the Prix Innovation Bercy-IMT 2020 : Agrove, DMS Logistics, Hycco, LinkedNutri, Platri, Temo and Unéole.

The Grand Prizes are funded by IMT, the Carnot Télécom & Société numérique and the Fondation Mines-Télécom.

The Good in Tech Prize is supported by the Good in Tech Chair and its patrons, Danone and Sycomore.

See the replay of the Awards from timecode 2:11:30

Watch the replay of the Awards from timecode 2:11:30