Challenges is a reference magazine on the economy and for entrepreneurs. As you know, I left my job to devote myself entirely to the development of Karate on the internet. For that I created the company "Bruno Bandelier SAS" 01 February 2016. It's a company that starts from almost nothing, so it's called a start-up or a young startup.
Paul Loubière, reporter at Challenges contacted me in February to present my project and my company. I explained to him the projects I had during the development phase of the company, the new products that are planned around Karate, but also the well being in general (fitness, bodybuilding, meditation, ...). I also explained to him that in order to accelerate the growth I intend to form a team of webdesigner, webMarketeur, Community Manager, ... and also to translate my sites in English in order to reach even more people ....
My project convinced them because on the 1000 files received by Challenges, I am part of their selection of 100 start-ups to invest in 2016, and in addition I am in the dozen projects they have highlighted with a photo at the supports. I'll let you discover this article in the 472 issue of Challenges which came out in newsstands 07 April 2016.
« He works at the SNCF. At the same time, Bruno Bandelier has a passion, Karate. He likes to share it and becomes a teacher at the Langres club. Very few video lessons are available in French on the web. He then launched Karate-Blog, which now has about 17000 subscribers. In 2015, he asks for a layoff at SNCF and integrates an incubator to launch his start-up. "I developed a method of Karate 3G," says Bruno Bandelier, who continues to launch new products: online books, videos, training methods, weight training programs or meditation to find calm and serenity. His goal ? Make Karate a method of well-being.«
Special thanks Challenges for this article and especially for having selected me among the 100 start-ups where to invest in 2016.
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