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Capsum, Gold Award at the Growth Company Summit

French SME Capsum, which is multiplying its co-creations with beauty giants won over by its encapsulated pearls and bubbles, was awarded the Gold Trophy in the Pharma, Biotech & Medtech category at the Growth Company Summit organized by Leaders League.

A specialist in microfluidics, the company has been growing at a rate of 50 % per year for the past ten years. Founded in 2008, it recently celebrated ten years of success in Marseille and the opening of a site in Texas, at the cutting edge of environmental standards.

"This award goes to the whole team, which now numbers over 250 people in France and the United States, and whose aim is to manufacture the world's finest cosmetics using new technologies. We have a laboratory and a factory in Marseille, as well as a plant that has just opened in Austin, Texas. This is the start of an international expansion that will continue for a long time to come.said Capsum President Sébastien Bardon.

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