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Neoshop : The first innovation store in North America

Neoshop was a network of shops dedicated to innovative products, a showcase for innovation and a testing ground for new products. Developed by Laval Mayenne Technopole in France, the concept was adopted for the first time in North America by the Quartier de l’Innovation de Montréal in 2016.

 

Neoshop’s mission was to promote and support startups beginning the commercialization of their products by offering a space where consumers could see, touch, buy and comment on innovative products.

Neoshop in numbers

42
startups

204
SKUs

1145
transactions

5
cities had their store

259
days of sales

6
locations

19
events tour in different regions

Some of the products that were offered

SmartHalo

SmartHalo was born out of the intertwining of sophisticated technologies and elegant simplicity. It’s a device that provides advanced features without overwhelming cyclists who need to focus on the many stimuli of urban environments.

Boostmi

The Boostmi Compact is the smallest and lightest multifunctional booster on the market. It fits easily in a handbag or briefcase. It is powerful enough to boost engines up to 2.5 L and provide up to 15 boosts on a single charge. It can also be used to recharge any type of portable device supporting a USB port (e.g. cell phones, tablets, cameras). Plus, it remains charged for up to 6 months. Better still: it comes with a built-in LED flashlight featuring several lighting modes.

Happy Air Sofa

The Happy Air is an inflatable sofa that brings you comfort that you can take anywhere. It folds away into a small carry bag and inflates in seconds with the wind, no pump needed! It goes on all surfaces and can even float on water.

Café Liégeois

Discover the first ever 100% bio-compostable coffee capsules in North America! Made from organic elements, the capsules are certified "OK Compost" and can be composted in an industrial composting plant. You can put them in your green waste bin, although they are not intended for disposal in your garden composter.

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