Aurélien Lethuilier, an EM Normandie Grande Ecole Programme alumnus (Class of 2003) and the Head of the M2/MS Entrepreneurs programme at the School, has caught the start-up virus himself!  With Sébastien Le Morvan and Samuel Well, they are launching a crowd-funding campaign on to develop Shareterre, the first platform for renting vegetable gardens between private individuals. On the same format as collaborative platforms such as Airbnb or BlaBlacar, Shareterre will allow private individuals who do not have a garden but have green fingers to enjoy gardening on other owners' property, who will rent them a patch of land.  A win/win concept to enjoy oneself, to eat your own crop at a minimal cost, and to create links between private individuals.

To develop this project, which is both social, eco-friendly and economical, and launch a communication campaign, they need € 5,000. Calling all interested people: the campaign is scheduled to run until May 4th.

Contact : Aurélien Lethuilier
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