call for founders


Call for Founders

You already know the startups we've built. Here are the ones we have yet to build. Reach out to us if you're inspired by one of the following ideas. You could be the founder of the next really big thing!

Lab #1


A CRM you can actually use

CRM counts for half the value of the SaaS industry ($50B in 2018). The market is extremely consolidated around a few big companies centered on enterprises sales. CRMs have originally been build for offline businesses and are not natively integrated within applications. Current software like Salesforce (value around $100B) are so ubiquitous that there is no way to attack them frontally.

Interested? Let's talk!

Our 2 cents

We see two options to enter this business and become a leader in 10 years. The first approach would be to put a foot in the door by focusing on an important CRM brick forsaken by big players and unrolling horizontally module by module. The second approach would be to start on one vertical to be addressed very specifically and to unroll vertical by vertical. SaaS or most generally online businesses could be an interesting vertical to start with.

Our 2 cents

We think there is a room for a project management solution dedicated to software development. Easy to deploy and integrated with software development tools.

Lab #2


Product management for product-driven teams

Product (Software) development is no longer reserved to startups. Every company can count on a large product team - regardless of industry. There is no appropriate and modern solution to manage software projects. Trello is a generic solution convenient for simple project management. It's ideal for new businesses because of it's easiness to deploy. Once the product is more advanced and the team has grown bigger, Trello-like software solutions aren't enough. Product teams are looking for more organized and better integrated solutions. They either go for solutions designed for entreprise like Jira or for more advanced but very generic project management solution like Trello.

Interested? Let's talk!

Lab #3


Manage employees from application to separation

As soon as you hire more than 20 people a year you need a software to manage applications. This class of software is called ATS : applicant tracking system. They are plenty of ATS software for SMEs like Workable/Lever or for entreprises like SucessFactor or SmartRecruiters. These solutions are well positioned in the HR process and can work as a platform.

Interested? Let's talk!

Our 2 cents

They are a good entry point in the HR chain. Employee onboardings, payroll, performance reviews can be connected downstream. The idea is to create a new kind of ATS that is both easy to deploy and able to manage the entire employee lifecycle from application to the separation.

Our 2 cents

We think there is a room to enter the market by starting to deploy a very simple signing solution based on blockchain technology. Then we will package this signature offer with - upstream - a notarisation solution to manage document tracked change and downstream by a contract hosting solution. Starting with blockchain technology will help save time to offer a complete software solution to manage contracts.

Lab #4


Contract management, reinvented

Electronic signature will replace current signature in the following years. It took a long time to evangelize the market but it's the right time today to claim the remaining 99% of the market. The market is huge with already some popular players like DocuSign, Adobe Sign, HelloSign or YouSign. They are all working the same and offering almost the same set of features.

Interested? Let's talk!

Lab #5


The email platform built for work

There are over 6 billion email accounts in the world, the number of email accounts is predicted to reach 8 billion by 2022 with over 22% growth. In spite of the growing trend for Chat applications (for consumers like WhatsApp or WeChat or for businesses like Slack), there are still more than 3B legitimate email sent per hour.

Interested? Let's talk!

Our 2 cents

Most companies start using Google Apps because they offer a didactic way to set emails for businesses with individual and group email addresses. We think there is an opportunity to enter this huge market by offering a similar service. It will include an email platform and a webmail application. We will differ from Google by offering a business-oriented solution whereas Gmail was originally built for consumers.