Need for Air is composed of Louis Chatriot, Stanislas Marion and Charles Miglietti. Sharing the same passion for the internet and entrepreneurship, we quit our day jobs at the same time to launch a company together. We are working on making good content more easily discoverable through better curation. Previously we learned to work together on an interactive ebook we made with Captain Dash for the French Employers’ Association.
There are three things I want when I work: to solve interesting problems, to be confronted with big challenges and to be responsible for my projects from A to Z. That’s why I quit my job to found tldr.io with Stan and Charles, in order to try and solve the information overload problem.
Before working on tldr.io, I worked about 2 years as a management consultant for Bain & Company, and before that I spent 6 months as a software engineer at Robinsons Participations.
I graduated from Ecole Polytechnique (majored in CS) and have a MS in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University.
I’ve been meaning to start a company for a long time. I quit my job without a firm idea nor a cofounder. It didn’t take long to find both. In the past I successfully played online poker at middle to high stakes, which taught me a lot about risk-taking, long-term focus and short term swings, adapting and the value of money.
I worked for about 2 years at a Parisian startup, where I learned a ton about small team dynamics and problems. I graduated from Ecole Centrale Paris and have an MS in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University.
I do what I love and I’m always on the lookout for a good challenge. Being passionate about computer science and math, as well as innovation,I became more and more interested in entrepreneurship.
After graduating from Ecole Polytechnique, I spent a year as an embedded systems engineer at Withings, one of the most promising French startups at the moment. Inspired by this experience, I decided to quit to start my own company.