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The student incubator

Whether the project is at the idea stage or in the commercialization phase, a team of multidisciplinary coaches supports IMT Mines Alès students through group coaching sessions (sharing learning, sharing experiences, solving problems, etc.) and individual coaching sessions (laying solid foundations for the project, going out into the field, testing or validating the idea, etc.).
Various themed workshops are offered from October to April (Lean Canvas, strategy, digital marketing, financing, pitching...)



Portraits of student entrepreneurs

ANTIDROP: project to combat online scams

TINY FUNGI: the Tiny House with mushroom-based insulation


  • Students currently studying at IMT Mines Alès

  • Team with at least 1 student in training at IMT Mines Alès

On the programme

Workshops on a variety of topics, including :

  • Lean Canvas workshop
  • Setting up monitoring tools to boost your business strategy
  • Building your landing page and testing your product

  • Webmarketing: how to create a community on social networks?

  • Marketing strategy and negotiation techniques

  • How to finance your project

  • Pitch practice: How to get people to buy into your project? How to convince funders?

  • Etc.

Project monitoring through project reviews

  • Annual individual monitoring through an entrepreneurial skills reference framework and the construction of a portfolio to showcase the work of entrepreneurial students
  • Access to initiatives to help you develop your skills: accelerator weekends, challenges, specific training, etc.

Our objectives

  • To develop entrepreneurial skills, in order to promote professional integration / increase the employability and credibility of student entrepreneurs in the eyes of their future employers

  • Develop the product(s) on which their business will be based

  • Work on the technical and economic feasibility of the project.

  • Make the contacts you need to set up your business.

The aim of this support is to strengthen students' entrepreneurial profile. There is no obligation to actually set up the business.

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