Meet Toshi, Simplifield and Bambuser, three startups that made their dreams become reality with the LVMH Innovation Award !



Watch the first episode featuring TOSHI, winner of the 2022 LVMH Innovation Award

In June 2022, Sojin Lee, CEO and founder of the startup TOSHI, won the LVMH Innovation Award grand prize. The award was presented by LVMH Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Bernard Arnault during a ceremony at the VivaTech show in Paris. The recognition signals the beginning of a very promising journey within the LVMH ecosystem. The new series The Journey takes us behind the scenes of a startup, from setbacks to successes, including how it came to engage with LVMH. In this first episode, RIMOWA Global e-commerce & CRM Director Julien Morel, talks about the impact of this successful partnership, which redefines the delivery experience for a Maison that is always avid for innovation and ways to elevate service for customers. TOSHI is now on an accelerated development track as part of the LVMH incubator, Maison des Startups. It has already rolled out its solution for several other LVMH Maisons, including Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton and Fendi.

Meet BAMBUSER, winner of the 2021 LVMH Innovation Award 2021 in Episode Two  

The latest episode in our series features an inside look at BAMBUSER, a Swedish startup founded in 2007 whose amazing livestream solution lets Maisons totally revolutionize their online shopping experience. Maryam Ghahremani talks about how support from the Maison des Startups helped her go further in designing this groundbreaking approach to interaction between the online and physical worlds. This avant-garde spirit has encouraged partnerships with Maisons including Parfums Christian Dior, where Direct-to-consumer Marketing Director Élodie Planchon is very enthusiastic about their collaboration.

Third episode of The Journey features entrepreneurial adventure of startup SIMPLIFIELD

The third episode of The Journey recounts the adventure of  the startup SimpliField. Founder Benjamin Zenou presents the solution he introduced in  2013, which now facilitates operational management for thousands of stores around the world.  Thanks to the incubator  La Maison des Startups, the young French firm was able to structure its approach and work effectively with a major group such as LVMH, which places great priority on the customer experience.  SimpliField proposes a highly relevant solution, says Audrey Kolodziejczak, Marketing Manager at Hublot, who salutes the fruitful partnership with the fast growing startup and its ability to listen closely to the needs of its clients.