Mrs Delphine Gény-Stephann, former secretary of state of ministry of Economy and Finance opened our new Innov'Action building on thursday october 11th 2018.
Official opening of our new Innov'Action building
With almost 400 guests, we were very pleased to welcome Mrs Delphine Gény-Stephann, former secretary of state of ministry of Economy and Financethe, at IMT Mines Albi, for opening our new Innov'Action building dedicated to innovation, creation and digital revolution.
This new building is home to the most part of our practical work equipments, the incubator, our FabLab "la Fabrique", and a collaborative work space, for promoting the innovation and entrepreneurship culture, in partnership with the Communauté d'Agglomération de l'Albigeois.
Energy neutral building, Innov'Action is equipped with a wood-fired heating plant and with photovoltaic panels. They will be the purpose of practical works for students at IMT Mines Albi.
'The Innov'Action building is an opened and collaborative building to supply all our territory. More than a symbol, a physical reality.'
Narendra Jussien, director of IMT Mines Albi
For Delphine Gény-Stephann, former secretary of state of ministry of Economy and Finance, she assures she has 'true confidence in future for this School, its students and for all the projet creators that they will create the new ideas of tomorrow'.
'IMT Mines Albi is a real model that reconciles proximity and excellence'
Stéphanie Guiraud-Chaumeil, mayor of Albi
All day long, the building welcomed its first 3D machines and many workshops of entrepreneur-students or incubated, ready to aswer to Delphine Gény-Stephann, former secretary of state of ministry of Economy and Finance.