On January 23rd, Ananké took part in the Bar de l’économie, a Paris based radio program. The start–up has seized the opportunity to spread its vision and interact with other executives.
One broadcast, two highlights:
1/ Oxfam’s annual report, retirement age, purchasing power and France’s position towards the Brexit… many topics broached during this round table.
2/ CEOs’ introduction:
>> Joël Boutier, Mayor of Groslay
Putting forward his perspectives, ambitions and obstacles, each business executive has been asked to share his company’s aims.
Brice Bryon promoted Ananké and definitely rose interest by enhancing its technology from its creation to upcoming projects. Thereafter, a debate on the issues of fatal heat recovery endorsed the start–up’s function: Ananké stands, for sure, as a strategic actor in the energy transition.
In light of the increasing demand of manufacturers wishing to reduce their carbon footprint, Ananké triggers the essential levers keep going on its development by looking for, for instance, new resources.
To (re)see the cast, click here