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On Monday November 23rd, at the IDRAC, the third edition of the Jean Gaudry Trophies ceremony was organized by the Young Economic Chamber (JCE) of Lyon. With the creation of these trophies, the JCE of Lyon wished to pay tribute to one of its former presidents Jean GAUDRY (President in 1970 – 1971), a well-informed and militant business leader, renowned for his humanism and civic commitment.
The Trophies were created around two values: humanism and commitment.
While the first two editions were awarded only to business leaders from the Rhône region, the JCE of Lyon wished to open the Trophies this year to the intrapreneurs of the territory, honoring the flourishing work, Value to the companies represented by their employees in terms of involvement and innovation. The candidates were thus opened to intrapreneurs and entrepreneurs of PMI or SMEs of the Rhone, aged between 18 and 40 years.
We will retain an exclusively female prize list for this third edition of the Jean GAUDRY Trophies. Four prizes were awarded:
– The Diversity Trophy awarded by MACIF to Claire Laborde for “A la claire fontaine”, a company that develops and markets a range of natural, rechargeable cosmetics, for sale at home
– The Citizen Engagement Trophy awarded by the Caisse d’Epargne Rhône-Alpes to Marine Elek for ” Deux Rives TV “, a national educational and cultural television channel in French and Arabic that links cultures from both shores of The Mediterranean against prejudice.
– The Trophée de l’Intrapreneurship, awarded by 100,000 entrepreneurs , rewarded Maëlle ALLAIN for the WAOUP project , a new participative entrepreneurial model that aims to become an innovation reactor ecosystem.
– A Coup de Coeur prize was also awarded by the CGPME to Lena GEITNER and Enora GUERINEL for Ronalpia, a social start-up incubator.
The presentation ceremony was opened with an intervention by Gaspard LATHOUD, who presented the intrapreneurial and collective concept of “Good and Good” ( www.bonetbien.fr ). This solidarity project was born of the union of several economic players in the Nord-Pas de Calais region (McCain, Leclerc, Randstad France, GAPPI and Food Banks) who decided to fight together against food waste While supporting local employment.
The ceremony was the occasion to bring together nearly 70 people, including many partners.
The evening was also covered by the Journal of Eco.fr which was able to interview the four laureates and broadcast the videos of these interviews on its site ( www.lejournaldeleco.fr )