Wizaplace chosen by BNP Paribas
to become part
of its open innovation start-up accelerator
March 21st, 2017, Lyon
On March 15th of this year, The BNP Paribas Group selected Wizaplace as one of the eleven start-ups to be integrated into its 2017 « Fintech & Corporate By the BNP Paribas Workshop » accelerator. Some two hundred start-ups competed for the second edition of this acceleration program. The eleven selected start-ups will co-innovate to develop new customer products, services and business opportunities.
Each start-up is backed by a specific department or by an individual from the Group and benefits from coaching (business, IT, marketing, fund raising, etc.) from the BNP Paribas Workshop Acceleration team, and from mentoring from entrepreneurs and experts in the financial industry. They are hosted by BNP Paribas at WAI Paris (We Are Innovation). Wizaplace is sponsored by BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions.
Located in Paris, San Francisco and Shanghai, The BNP Paribas Atelier Workshop is a forward-looking and innovative company which advises and supports the BNP Paribas Group and its customers in their digital transformation. The BNP Paribas Workshop, which has been backed by the BNP Paribas Group for over 35 years, stands out because of its open architecture mode of operation when dealing with the non-banking world, and by its presence in three major innovative territories: Europe, North America and Asia.
Wizaplace publishes a global platform for the creation of BtoC, BtoB, CtoC or Cross-channel marketplaces. In a unique environment, it integrates nearly 70 modules in order to create all types of marketplace.
For the second year running, from the 22nd to the 24th of March this year, Wizaplace will be present at the reference event for e-commerce in Europe; E-Commerce One to One in Monaco. Wizaplace is one of 130 partners selected for its platform quality.
BNP Paribas press contact : Anne-Sophie Trémouille
firstname.lastname@example.org, +33 (0)1 58 16 84 99
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