You’ll never guess where LeWeb 2012 winner Qunb is going NOW
You might remember the story we did on Qunb – before they got all famous and won the LeWeb 2012 startup competition. Well, now they also got into TechStars Boston. According to a Skype chat we did with co-founder Jean-Baptiste Théard, the team applied in November for both the Boston and NYC programme, and got accepted after winning LeWeb.
CEO and co-founder Cyrille Vincey and the VP of marketing Mathieu Goudot will join the accelerator full time, while Jean-Baptiste Théard will do halftime (or, as he says “probably more 80/20″) and look after the clients in France.
Qunb hopes to find focus at TechStars, says Théard, and “find the right product/market fit.” Qunb is all about data and data visualisation, and is now billing itself as a ‘YouTube for numbers’ (previously this was ‘supermarket’ for numbers).RudeBaguette, Techstars][Photo: Andrew-Hyde, Flickr (yes, I know it's from Boulder!)]
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