Techstars Paris Accelerator Welcomes 10 Companies to Techstars Class 191

09/09/2019 | By Julien Quintard

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After Albert Health, Azmed, CloudGuide, Groover, HackMD, Inyo, Kea Medicals, Louis Design, RampUP, Stockly, and Tarot Analytics who went through Techstars Paris last year, we are happy to introduce to you the 2019 class. After 2 months of interviews and reviewing hundreds of applications coming from all around the world, the 10 companies that will relocate to Paris in September have finally been picked. The decision was not easy considering the many factors we take into account to select companies; from the strength of the team, investability, geography, diversity and opportunity to work with Techstars Paris’ corporate partners: Accor, Air Liquide, FDJ, GEFCO, Groupama and Total.

Just like for the classes before them, the selected companies relocate to Paris and attend the 3-month intensive accelerator program and benefit from Techstars’ global network of partners, mentors and industry experts. In particular, the Paris program has grown stronger, attracting the most inspiring and dedicated mentors. Those entrepreneurs and experts will challenge and support the founders throughout the program and beyond to help them scale their business faster.

Here are the 10 Techstars Paris Accelerator 2019 companies – Welcome Techstars Class 191!


Asgard helps B2B outbound sales teams identify the companies most likely to buy their products/services



The next generation insights platform for brands



CaptainVet is an online appointment booking platform for vets


Fleetsize allows anyone to make money from carsharing in an hassle-free, reliable and sustainable way



Genetrainer makes existing fitness products work better by calibrating them using age, gender, body metrics and genetics


Hello Birdie is a mobile virtual caddie to help golfers play better


Heuristech helps dealing with pipeline maintenance the right way


Leo offers the best customer experience in case of flight disruptions while cutting EC 261 costs


Medeo is the missing link between healthcare professionals and eHealth providers. It makes easier the access to useful applications for medical doctors to improve their practice, their productivity and their work/life balance


Shipright helps software businesses track customer feedback in one organized place, so they can build outstanding products