“Charging your smartphone on terminals has become natural”

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THE DECISION-MAKERS TALK – Quentin Périnel receives a personality from the business world over a coffee. Anne Mouchet, co-founder of The Charging Place, is the guest of the Talk Décideurs du Figaro.

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Have you ever had your smartphone battery miserably stranded? It also happened to Anne Mouchet, co-founder of The Charging Place, who designs charging stations for smartphones and tablets. “With my partner, we had noticed these terminals in several foreign countries, but this service did not yet really exist in France,” she explains. About six years ago, it was still a growing market. ” Today, we find its terminals – designed and designed in France, after the takeover of a Dutch manufacturer – in various strategic locations in major French cities. The Louvre museum, the grounds of the Palace of Versailles, the Parc des Princes …

In 2014, we had to gain the trust of users: a priori, no one wants to leave their phone in a box – closed of course – without being sure of the reliability and security of the process … Now, the use of this “technological locker room” has become commonplace. The Charging Place even offers kiosks that can be opened using users’ fingerprints.