06 NOV 2018

Enactus France organizes a national competition with the following objectives:

  • Enable students to celebrate their commitment throughout year by showcasing their accomplishments to executives and business leaders;
  • Strengthen and improve the quality of students' projects through the advice of the jury members;
  • Develop skills in presentation and public speaking in English;
  • Promote exchanges between all stakeholders in the program, which includes students, professors, professionals and companies.


It is within the framework of this competition that the CELSA team, made up of students, presented its entrepreneurial and solidarity project "Bisibus" for safe school busing in Rwanda. Of the 64 projects presented, the CELSA team won the "Responsible Conduct and Sustainable Mobility" challenge awarded by the Vinci Foundation. The jury was unanimous in its decision. Major partners participated on the jury, including BNP Paribas, Entrepreneur Foundation, KPMG, IDF Region, Danone, EDF Foundation, Humanis, Nugget, the Ministry of Higher Education, ADECCO Foundation, Le Figaro Student, Dentsu Aegis and Personality. The CELSA team received €5,000, of which €3,000 which will be directly invested in the project and €2,000 will allow part of the team to go to the World Cup Enactus and support the French candidate.

> Learn more about the project "Bisibus"

> Consult the Enactus France website

Enactus CELSA
The CELSA team: Citlali Souloumiac - L3 CEI, Hermine Chaumulot - L3 CEI, Amélie Demay - L3 Médias, Laëtitia Doudet - L3 Le Magistère © Sorbonne Université