YuzuPulse’s mission is to bring together technology, games and social and solidarity economy in Europe.

We believe in the power of games and technology to engage anyone in a learning process more actively, and encourage collaboration between learners.

Since our creation in March 2018, we have participated as a partner or coordinator in 20 European Erasmus+ projects, to develop digital and playful tools for school education and vocational training.

Today, we offer to support you in the creation of educational, training and European project management resources.

Your needs

Are you a teacher or trainer looking for innovative, free tools? Take a look at our European projects! We regularly provide test activities.

Are you looking for a partner that can assist you in the creation of game-based or digital tools in a European project? Are you looking for a service provider to help you manage your own European project? Contact us now!

Would you like to train your staff using games and game-based learning? Let’s talk about your needs!

Do you have a question about our business? Send us a message.

Our team

Alice Godayol
CEO and project leader
After working in associations, diplomacy and European cooperation, Alice co-founded YuzuPulse to bring games into international projects.
Florian Carnini
Project leader

Florian brings his experience of managing IT projects in international groups, his vision as a maker and his taste for animating games to the team.

Pierre Ortalo
Programmer and project coordinator
With a dual degree in game design and programming, Pierre is passionate about game design and wants to share his passion for positive social impact.
Louise Casas
Project coordinator

After graduating with a Master's degree in European Studies and completing her first internships in European projects, Louise joined YuzuPulse to help bring Europe to life.

Quentin Séné
Project coordinator and specialist in pedagogy

Holder of a Master MEEF and a Master IRFA as well as the CAPES to teach English, Quentin is our expert in pedagogy.

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