She started her career in Private Equity with a focus on Brands & Retail and then moved to Venture Capital to focus on Tech investment. After 6 years working between London and Paris, she left in 2013 to start her own venture firm. Passionate about robots, science and design, she cofounded in 2014 Hardware Club, the first community-based VC dedicated to hardware startups.
Hardware Club is bringing a new approach to venture capital by putting its community of over 250 selected startups worldwide at the core of its model. If all members can benefit from operational support and access partnerships, Hardware Club only invest in some of them mostly at seed and series A stage.