Hey folks! These last few weeks have been very busy for us, with the F101 program in Lyon, followed by a lot of meetings, then the Indie Game Night in Strasbourg, and finally the Inria Startup Studio Spring Camp in Lyon again.
On Friday 12th, we went to Strasbourg following the invitation of East Games to participate to the Indie Game Night #19, where we presented VirtualSociety and all the history of our adventure during about 30 minutes. We were then able to exchange during a question and answer session, and then chat with many participants during the break that followed. This very nice evening was the opportunity to meet many people and to exchange around the video game, a big thank you to East Games for the invitation!
There is a chance that the event will be replayed later on YouTube, we will keep you posted if we have any news!
From the 15th to the 17th, we went back to Lyon to participate to the Inria Spring Camp. This event gathers most of the startup studio's project leaders, allowing us to exchange with each other, and to attend many testimonies and presentations from people who have created successful startups, from business lawyers, investors and other actors of the startup ecosystem.
Between all these events, we also had a lot of meetings, especially with companies and associations working in the health field, and with whom we were able to talk on the potential interests of VirtualSociety for neuroatypical people, isolated people, people with communication disorders, etc. These very enriching exchanges allowed us to better understand what we can bring to different profiles of people with social difficulties.
Thank you for your support, and see you next week!
Written by Nicolas Gauville on 05/26/2023
Co-founder of VirtualSociety - PhD in Computer Science