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Faveeo SA

Faveeo is a marketing & publishing tool that automates the process of finding and publishing the most relevant and engaging content on any topic and at scale.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Internet / Web Services
  • Location Geneva, Switzerland
  • Currency CHF
  • Founded July 2012
  • Employees 5
  • Website

Company Summary

Faveeo leverages big data analytics, machine learning and social media intelligence to automatically connect niche audiences (consumers, stakeholders, partners) to the most engaging and useful information and knowledge on the topics that matter for them. We solve the content marketing scaling problem.

We work with international organizations, but also large private companies like P&G helping automate and scale their content marketing campaigns.


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    Alexis Dufresne

    Completed a Bsc. in Sociology and started a Msc. in Sociology which was interrupted after I launched my first startup in 2009. Studied in UQAM (Montréal) but was also accepted as exchange student in Lyon 2, and in UNIL. Coached by CTI Startup since 2012. 2009 - 2012 Co-founder and Co-CEO of Agence Inovae, a web development company. The company still runs today, works with the biggest organizations, like WHO, UNAIDS, FIDIC, DCAF, WEF and others.

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    Nicholas Wolff

    Nicholas Wolff, CTO. EPFL Msc. in Software Engineering, Nicholas has a lot of experience both in Startups and in Private Banking, where he worked on high-reliability and high-volume infrastructure.

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    Marc Escher
    Senior Development

    Marc Escher, Senior Developer is the ex-CTO of Fontself a startup funded by Index Ventures. He brings not only his technical expertise, but also his experience working in fast-growing startups and dealing with VC,s.


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    Fiduciaire 1er Mars, Neuchâtel

Previous Investors

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    Paul-Emmanuel Prunet
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    Tony Pierro
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    Yves Maumary