During the first day of the Salon des Entrepreneurs de Paris, Edouard PHILIPPE, Prime Minister, Bruno LE MAIRE, Minister of Economy and Finance, Muriel PENICAUD, Minister of Labor, Frédérique VIDAL, Minister of Higher Education , Research and Innovation, Delphine GENY-STEPHANN, Secretary of State to the Minister of Economy and Finance and Mounir MAHJOUBI, Secretary of State for Digital, met and exchanged with 15 entrepreneurs on their expectations, their plans and their ambitions to develop their business. For Hafida GUEBLI, founder of the start-up Neyb’s, which has developed a mobile application facilitating dialogue between social housing and residents, sometimes non-French speaking, this interview was an opportunity to express the many brakes that a young company is confronted in its collaboration with the public markets.
“Public actors express a lot of goodwill towards start-ups, but do not trust them enough. I expect the state to show more example, supporting our projects differently than through a media boost. By placing orders, especially “, she said.