Autumn Conference of Junior Enterprises Europe
Quidgest participated at the Autumn Conference of Junior Enterprises Europe (JEE), held at ISIT – Institute of Intercultural Management and Communication, in Paris, between November 11 and 13.
Part of the strategy of JEE, a non-profit organization that includes a network of 380 Junior Enterprises and 33.000 Junior Entrepreneurs, this event helped students, recent graduates, and professionals from various European countries to expand their connections and partnerships to take the first steps towards creating their own company.
Quidgest contributed to this mission by holding the workshop “Genio: Why code if you can model?” by Kartikey Bajpai, Business Development Associate at Quidgest. In this session, it was possible to present the Genio platform to 50 young students, showing them how it can leverage their Junior Enterprises with digital solutions created without technical knowledge or code.
“The participants were always interested inGenio‘s potential in automatic software generation and asked many questions. Since most of these Junior Enterprises are non-profit and small enterprises, Genio can be very useful for these entrepreneurs, as they can improve the efficiency of their projects using limited resources”, says Kartikey Bajpai.
In balance, Kartikey considers that the presence at this Autumn Conference was very important for Quidgest: “it allowed us to establish quality networking with many students and Junior Entrepreneurs and build vital connections with them. We were able to introduce Quidgest and Genio platform to the huge network of Junior Enterprises Europe – present in 16 countries in Europe, which will allow us to meet new partners and new markets.”