Engineer from the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, holder of several Master's degrees in Engineering, Industrial Management & Finance. Pierre began his career as an industrial engineer at Michelin in France and Russia before setting up his first techn company. He then turned to M&A, moving to Germany, with a strong exposure to the automotive and textile industries in addition to digital. He then spent three years in financial and operational restructuring on behalf of funds. Based on this experience, he co-founded TEKYN in 2017 with Donatien Mourmant.
Agnès VERNIER, 46, a graduate of ESCP, has spent more than 20 years in the fashion industry, working for various brands such as Movitex, Somewhere, La Redoute, and finally Vertbaudet, where she was Director of the offer until 2018. In 2018, she created her own marketing and strategy consulting firm to assist fashion brands in the challenges of economic, societal and environmental transformation, particularly through links with fashion tech start-ups. Member of the board of directors of Fashion Green Hub in 2018, she participates in the organization of BtoB Fashion Tech days and Fashion Green days events, for a more responsible, modern and profitable fashion. She joins the TEKYN teams in December 2019 as Chief Marketing Officer
After a first internship in a large group where he felt that his potential could not be fully exploited, he decided to try the start-up experience at TEKYN in 2017, as a software developer.
The devs prod team is responsible for the design, development, testing and maintenance of TEKYN's internal business software. Its priorities are to ensure user satisfaction and the requirements demanded by the textile industry.
He came back more motivated than ever at the end of his studies in 2020 after earning three masters degrees at Epitech (computer development), the University of Kent (artificial intelligence) and the University of Haute-Alsace (project management).
A graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and the X-HEC Entrepreneurs master's degree, Aymeric began his career as a right-hand man with experienced entrepreneurs in the fields of software, corporate finance and green energy. Alongside his personal entrepreneurial experiences, he moved into strategy consulting, specialising in Sub-Saharan Africa. Very involved in technological development, the maker movement and fablabs in Africa, he created in 2014 in Senegal a prototyping, 3D printer and digital cutting company adapted to the local market. He joined TEKYN in June 2018 as Chief Technical Officer.
A graduate of HEC Paris, Alice also studied Fashion Industry at Parsons and holds a degree in Sustainbility and Social Innovation in Partnership with AgroParisTech. She started her career in strategic consulting where she was able to capitalize on what she learned with missions in the food and retail industry and in the sustainability practice (due diligence, strategic plan, benchmark...). She first heard about TEKYN during one of them and then decided to join the adventure, willing to contribute to reconcile business performance and environmental impact.
Tekyn offers a service for textile production on demand and offers a solution with :
- 0 stock for 100% environmental preservation
- 100% material optimisation for a circular economy
- 0 production minimum for creative freedom
- 100% customer-oriented for 100% sales potential
- Winner of the 2020 ANDAM prize, Tekyn is revolutionising the supply chain by putting technology at the service of people, the environment and a sustainable and highly profitable fashion.
Tekyn is about producing better and fairer; You would like to learn more about the full story?
Born out of an obvious observation that it is necessary to produce in the right direction and to rethink the textile supply chain, Tekyn is growing every day through the people who make it up.
Relentless business developers, production method engineers, passionate developers, social media managers,..., if you are enthusiastic, motivated by challenges and oriented towards the future, join the Tekyn family!
Inspired by the agile and teal organisation culture, you will find within each of their teams their common values: ecological impact, operational requirement and human achievement, ambition and "Fashion tech for good".