• Innovators Under 35 France 2016
  • Timothée Boitouzet - Innovator of the Year 2016

    Founder of Woodoo

  • Clémentine Chambon – Social Innovator 2016

    Founder of Oorja

Innovators Under 35 France

Fourth Edition

For the 4th running year, MIT Technology Review has been looking for the best young talents in France in all areas related to science & technology. This year, after evaluating more than 200 candidates, the jury has selected the 10 Innovators Under 35 France that were revealed during the Award's Ceremony in Paris, on April 13th.


Watch the Video Highlights


With the support of BNP Paribas and L'Atelier BNP Paribas, this new generation form part of the global community of pioneers and promotors of social change curated by MIT Technology Review that aim to transform the world with innovative ideas.

During the ceremony, Kathleen Kennedy, president of MIT Technology Review and Jacques d'Estais, Deputy Chief Officer at BNP Paribas along with the community of Innovators Under 35 presented the winners of 2016 edition. 

Meet the Innovators Under 35 France 2016:

Laurent Boitard

Timothée Boitouzet

Franz Bozsak

Vincent Bryant

Clémentine Chambon

Matthieu Claybrough

Marjolaine Grondin

Stanislas Niox-Chateau

Sandra Rey

Jérémy Stoss

Among the ten winners, two received an additional recognition: Clémentine Chambon, named Social Innovator of the Year and Timothée Boitouzet, recognized Innovator of the Year 2016.



For press enquiries please contact: press_innovators35@opinno.com

Discover the Innovators Under 35 France

European Partners

French Ecosystem Partner

Silver Partners


Media Partners

European Collaborators