Onestock participates in third edition of LVMH’s Parisian start-up incubator
The third edition of the LVMH group’s Maison des Startups (house of start-ups), the start-up incubator organised by the French luxury group, kicked off in Paris on September 5. The new cohort consists of 26 companies, now installed in the 220 m2 area dedicated to the initiative within the Station F start-up campus in Paris.
One of the 26 companies is OneStock, co-founded in 2015 by Romulus Grigoras and currently operating in France, the UK and five other countries. OneStock develops software solutions for brands and retail chains that want to harmonise their inventory, in order to “optimise order management and boost sales.”
The idea convinced the juries of the Paris Retail Awards and of the Drapers Awards in 2017, and won the ‘Start Me Up’ prize put up by France's e-commerce federation (FEVAD) in 2018. In the same year, OneStock also joined Lafayette Plug and Play, the start-up accelerator of the Galeries Lafayette group. Among the groups working with OneStock, there are Intersport, Sergent Major, RougeGorge Lingerie, Pimkie and Ted Baker.
So far OneStock has been catering mostly to mid-market businesses and, at La Maison des Startups, it will work to adapt its software solutions, especially its order management system, to the requirements of the luxury goods market.
“We are very proud of being part of La Maison des Startups, it’s both a recognition of our achievements and an opportunity to work with some of the most prestigious luxury labels. Our mission is to optimise the order management process so as to add fresh excitement to the online and in-store purchasing experience, in order to create genuine competitive advantage,” said Jérôme Piccolin, sales director at OneStock.
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