In brief

Junior Chamber of Commerce of Monaco presents its three awards to new and innovative companies

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Many government officials attended the awards ceremony to meet and congratulate the winning companies.

Three new companies were in the spotlight. The 27th business creation competition organised by the Junior Economic Chamber of Monaco (Jeune Chambre Economique de Monaco – JCEM) was held on Thursday December 1.

Minister of State Pierre Dartout, Minister of Finance and Economy Jean Castellini, Minister of the Interior Patrice Cellario, Minister of Health & Social Affairs aChristophe Robino and Government Minister of Public Works Céline Caron-Dagioni were all in attendance.

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The three winning companies received a trophy and a cheque in support of their launch:

  • Prince’s Government Award: HY Plug This young company is a consulting firm focused on the marine energy transition, providing studies into solutions.
  • JCEM Prize : AKIMBA The company develops and distributes women’s underwear that prevents sweat stains from appearing on clothing.
  • ATHOS Award: Seaside Juicery Seaside Juicery has an ethical and sustainable approach to providing fresh cold-pressed juices, smoothies, milks and 100% plant-based and organic foods.