After graduating from a top Business School, Quitterie came up with an idea: provide restaurant owners with a tool to manage their scheduling. At Le Wagon, she pitched her idea to Samy, another student. Together, they built Skello's MVP during Le Wagon's project weeks. 1,5 years later, Skello has raised 6 million €, employs 20+ people and is growing fast.
A creative mechanical and industrial engineer, Jean was working in the high-tech industry. Tired of slow processes, eager to work on concrete and technical challenges, he became curious about coding. At Le Wagon, he discovered that coding was actually made for him. Two months after, he started as a full-stack developer in a leading car-sharing startup.
Louis had always wanted to work in tech. After his studies, he started working in tech companies on the business side, but quickly realized that he wanted to do something more tangible. Right after Le Wagon, he joined Startup Studio eFounders and launched Forest Admin, where he's now leading Customer Success. His startup has already raised €3 million.
"Studying at Le Wagon was like entering a cauldron of magic potion". When Sonia discovered coding, she loved the fact that you're always learning something new. Though she had studied literature, she drastically switched careers to become a full-stack developer, now for a Green Energy Supplier. She has also joined Women On Rails to encourage women to code.
Gregoire worked for 6 years in big companies' as Digital Project Manager or Consultant, but he was lacking technical know-how. At Le Wagon, he learnt to work efficiently with a team of developers and understand their workflow. Shortly after the end of the bootcamp, he joined a rising tech company as Product Manager.