our five favourites

“Who wants to be my partner? » returns for a third season, this Wednesday at 21:10 on M6. Every week, young entrepreneurs will present their project to investors and invite them to join. The show will also give us the news of the participants of the previous seasons, among the 46 projects financed in two years by investors.

Among all the entrepreneurs who will parade in the studio every week from this Wednesday evening, we present to you the five that caught our attention the most.

1. Glow in the dark plants

Sophie, from Seine-et-Marne, will present Aglae, his luminescent plant project. With this company established in 2016, it has developed a serum that makes plants glow in the dark. It is a biodegradable product without genetic modification. For now, in addition to research, Aglaé is also dedicated to events. These leaves and petals that light up, for example, have been used to create a decor inspired byAvatar at Disneyland Paris. But this technique can also be useful to us on a daily basis, as a form of electricity-free lighting and a means of greening our cities.

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2. Make seawater drinkable

Being able to drink seawater using solar energy is the promiseHelio, a technology from Marine Tech. Its inventor is called Thierry and comes from Var. He imagined these kinds of giant, transparent bubbles that heat up in the sun to distill water and destroy microbes. Installed alone, one Helio module can supply water to a family. But larger installations can supply entire cities in water-scarce countries.

3. Drone tourism

People & Drones is the promise of making the sky accessible to the general public for a sightseeing walk, thanks to drones. The company already offers tours of beautiful landscapes or monuments seen from the sky. Participants put on a virtual reality headset to admire what the drone is filming live.

4. A gem to call for help with one click

Much more aesthetic than alarm bracelets, these necklaces and bracelets from the brand MyEli aim to calm both the elderly and those who fear having a bad date when they come home late, or even children on their daily commutes. When the person presses their pendant, emergency services and contacts registered in the MyEli app receive a call and an SMS with real-time geographic location. It is also possible to activate a recording on your phone. This company was created less than two years ago by Ludivine, 25 years old.

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5. A t-shirt that saves lives

Finally, we present you floating, a company created by Thibault and Philippe, from Haute-Garonne. These are T-shirts that automatically transform into a life jacket when in contact with water. The clothing is made for children from 2 to 6 years old and also has the advantage of protecting them from the sun. This company is also very new, created in 2021.

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A young entrepreneur joins the show

This year we find Anthony Bourbon, Delphine André, Jean-Pierre Nadir, Marc Simoncini and Éric Larchevèque, who were already present in season 2. But this year, Isabelle Weill has given way to another investor, Isabèle Chevalier. She was CEO of Bio-K+ International, a Canadian probiotics company, for 25 years. As of 2019, she is part of the jury for the Canadian adaptation of “Who Wants to Be My Partner?”.

“Who wants to be my partner? “, season 3, from this Wednesday, January 4 at 21:10 on M6.

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