I Wheel Share
- Reduced inequality
- Sustainable cities and communities
La société n'a pas réussi à trouver son modèle économique, malgré plusieurs pivots stratégiques. Aussi, la crise du Covid19 a ralentit très fortement le déploiement commercial et un potentiel rapprochement stratégique avec un acteur du secteur.
Three years ago, Audrey's younger brother Lucas lost the use of his legs. In a wheelchair, his daily life is full of sometimes funny situations, sometimes absurd but often shocking. Deprived of fundamental freedoms such as the right to come and go freely, to live like everyone else. Like Lucas, approximately 12 million people are disabled (15% of the French population in 2011), including 3 million with a mobility impairment in France. These are all people whose participation in economic and social life is restricted. I Wheel Share is a project dedicated to people with disabilities, their families and carers. The company, of the same name, was created in March 2015 by Audrey Sovignet and develops several services and activities sharing the same vision of a mutual aid community.
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Risques : investir dans des jeunes entreprises présente un risque important de perte partielle ou totale de capital ainsi qu’un risque d’illiquidité