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CAPS ME wins gold medal at Concours Lépine

CAPS ME, a startup co-founded by Jean de Boisredon, a CentraleSupélec engineering student, and Thibaut Louvet, a student at Arts et Métiers ParisTech, won the gold medal at the prestigious Lépine competition in early November.

For ten days, the CAPS ME team conducted nearly 3,000 demos of its reusable coffee capsule loader. Not stopping there, CAPS ME also won the third INPI France prize and the Coup de Cœur CCI France prize. A great start for this already successful startup.

In 2020, CAPS ME received an entrepreneurial grant from the CentraleSupélec Foundation. Supporting the School in the training of entrepreneurial engineers, the CentraleSupélec Foundation offers each year entrepreneurial grants (from €1,500 to €5,000) to encourage students’ innovative projects.

CAPS ME

Ecological and economical, CAPS ME allows everyone to reduce their waste while reducing the cost of their coffee consumption thanks to its refillable and reusable capsules. After a year of prototyping, you can find their product on the website www.capsme.fr

 

You too You too can support our student and graduate entrepreneurs!

In 2020, the Foundation devoted €315,000 to supporting CentraleSupélec startups and to all of the programs developed by the School to encourage and accompany the entrepreneurial spirit among students. Let’s go further together!

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