Munir Mahjubi becomes an entrepreneur again! The former secretary of state for digital technology, who founded several companies before entering politics, is back as an entrepreneur, launching a vacation rental and used goods website with colleagues on Monday. This site, called Eversy, claims to be involved in a circular economy, products selected for their quality or their low environmental impact, and a lower commission than its competitors. The team consists of ten people.
The goal is to attract “one million individual and small professional buyers and sellers by 2024,” announces at JDD a former secretary of state who aims to compete with platforms such as Airbnb and Abritel in travel, and eBay or Selency in travel . used items. “With us you will find carbon-free bikes and scooters, but not thermal two-wheelers,” emphasizes Munir Mahjubi, who in the past co-founded La Ruche qui dit oui, a chain for buying local products.
Munir Mahjubi expresses his ‘anger’ against Amazon
Trained at Sciences-Po, Munir Mahjubi approached Emmanuel Macron’s campaign team in 2016, where he became a web consultant. In 2017, when he was only 33 years old, En Marche invested! he was elected MP for the 19th arrondissement of Paris, winning an electoral district held by the PS for 20 years. After the 2017 elections, Emmanuel Macron entrusted him with a digital portfolio, a sector he knows well, having been president of the National Digital Council in 2016-2017. In March 2019, he left the government to run for mayor of Paris, but the presidential party chose to invest in Benjamin Griveaux. Munir Mahjubi remained MP for Paris until 2022.
Munir Mahjubi: “Amazon should listen to SMEs”
Get our latest news Every day a choice basic information day.