When our customers are getting talked about: iBanr, the innovative digital poster

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Publié le 23 March 2021

The story between Serge Djelloul and Brandon Valorisation began in 2018, when this entrepreneur from Amiens, a former professional ice hockey player, contacted us to determine the objective value of a project of patent.


His invention? A kakemono type multimedia screen, foldable and easily transportable, intended for point-of-sale (POS) advertising professionals. Its ease of use and the quality of its screen display provide clear advantages to improve the communication of the user company during fairs and conferences. This invention is now patented.


Since that first meeting with Brandon, Djtal Media – the start-up that makes iBanr – has made progress!

The company was for example selected to take part in the CES (Consumer Electronic Show) in Las Vegas, for two consecutive years in 2019 and 2020. This is by far the most important trade fair dedicated to technological innovation in electronics in the world and a great opportunity to present the technology and get expressions of interest from visitors at the exhibition.


Hosted in the Business incubator of Val-de-Somme, the start-up continues to be talked about with an article recently published in the local French newspaper “Courrier Picard”.


We are happy to have taken part in the success of this start-up which is taking off and in which we believe. We wish Serge Djelloul great success. He deserves it following these years of hard work and development in a promising field.


To follow iBanr’s activity on LinkedIn.

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