Last July, Part’âge, the StartUp that Gabriel and his team developed, won first place in a competition organized by the Academy of Innovation alongside with two French business incubators and the EM Lyon Business School.
Part’âge (“Sharing Experience” in English) allows students to receive classes from experienced teachers through an online videoconferencing platform created especially for the competition. Part’âge differs from the rest of the web companies in the sector by offering one-to-one lessons (one student – one teacher). For this, and other reasons, the project was awarded unanimously by the specialized jury and by the public vote through social networks.
Gabriel Ledezma, 26 years old, is a Chemical Engineer graduated from the UCV and has a master’s degree from the Politecnico di Torino (Italy). He currently works for the French Institute of Petroleum (IFPEN) in Lyon, France, and is studying for a doctorate in industrial chemical processes also at IFPEN.