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LeWeb'10 Startup Competition Winners

 

This year we had three winners for the startup competition

#1 for Originality 
Super Marmite www.super-marmite.com FRANCE

#1 for Technology 
Waze www.waze.com ISRAEL

#1 for Virality 
Smallrivers www.paper.li SWITZERLAND

And a special audience award City M www.deways.fr FRANCE

 

CONGRATS to all the winners !

Get Ready to watch LeWeb live

LeWeb'10 live if you are not with us in Paris

Plenary Stage: 

ustream.tv/leweb

StartUp competition and Plenary II

ustream.tv/lewebplenary2

This year you can vote live for your favorite Startup 

Ustream & Buddy Media audience award

 

Follow LeWeb on Twitter #LeWeb #LeWeb10

 

 

Renault, Official Partner: "There is an awesome Renault Twizy car to be won at LeWeb!" - Will you be there ?

Renault Official Partner @ LeWeb'10 It's the future of motoring....
Be prepare for Innovation and Inspiration with Carlos Ghosn, the CEO of Renault opening Keynote on Dec 8th.
And if your are the most influencial one ... you might win your Twizy!

 

Global D.J. Bob Sinclar will mix for LeWeb participants on dec 8th

Get ready for a hell of a party on dec 8th. We're thrilled to announce that D.J. Bob Sinclar will mix for LeWeb participants at the WSJ Europe LeWeb Party, drinks will be sponsored by Buddy Media.

France is the symbol of so many traditions, LeWeb participants will enjoy drinks and entertainment offered by the Mairie de Paris and Microsoft in the incredible Hotel de Ville that they already visited and loved last year.

Beyond traditions, France is also a key source of Global D.J.s known around the world and Bob Sinclar is a symbol of that generation. Bob Sinclar is difficult to catch, he's playing in a different country almost every day and we're happy that he accepted immediately to partner with LeWeb and play for us. I am personally thrilled. Get ready for the best party ever at LeWeb.

Bob Sinclar can be followed on Facebook and on YouTube you can also learn more on his Wikipedia page.

 

LeWeb'10 StartUp Competition: the 16 companies competing


This year TechCrunch   is LeWeb Startup Competition Media Partner and David Hornik , General Partner, August Capital will be your host.

Competitors will have the opportunity to demo on stage in front of an amazing panel of judges


November 10, 2010

We are very happy to reveal the selection of the 16 StartUps for this year LeWeb Competition (Alphabetical order)

Badgeville Inc
NETHERLANDS
 
Cauwill Technologies
IRELAND
 
City M
FRANCE
 
Desk.io GmbH
GERMANY
 
Fiddme
ISRAEL
 
Garmz
AUSTRIA
 
Greendizer
FRANCE
 
GreenPocket GmbH
GERMANY
 
Nuji
UNITED KINGDOM
 
Praized Media Inc.
CANADA
 
Smallrivers
SWITZERLAND
 
Super Marmite
FRANCE
 
Tagattitude
FRANCE
 
Tinypay.me
NETHERLANDS
 
Waze
ISRAEL
 
Work4 Labs
FRANCE/USA
 
 
 
 

 

Your chance to get on stage at LeWeb

Now is your exclusive opportunity to present on the plenary stage at LeWeb: apply now to participate in Ignite LeWeb!

IgniteOn Dec 8th we will offer 10 LeWeb registered attendees the opportunity to speak for 5 minutes and share their passion in plenary.

The talks can be about anything..except a pitch for your business. In 20 rapid-fire slides, you'll share your vision, your energy, your hobby, your philosophy--whatever will spark conversation and action amongst LeWeb's attendees from around the globe. To learn more about this format and see some example talks, visit igniteshow.com.

Applications are due midnight PDT on November 10th.
You are allowed to attach PowerPoint slides, PDFs and/or videos to your application.

We hope you'll take just 10 minutes to apply!

LeWeb'10 Affiliate program

FOR MORE INFO FOLLOW THIS LINK

LeWeb Affiliate Program allows you to earn money.
Every time a ticket to LeWeb'10 is purchased via a click on your amiando/leweb affiliate link or banner
you earn 6.2 % per ticket 


Tell Us Which Bloggers or Podcasters to Invite

by Stephanie Booth on 14.07.2010

in Conferences

[fr]

Le système d'accréditations blogueurs pour la conférence LeWeb va changer un peu cette année. Dans un premier temps, nous désirons votre aide pour identifier les blogueurs influents à l'extérieur des communautés anglophones et francophones.

En septembre, il sera ensuite possible à chaque blogueur de demander une accréditation, mais nos critères seront plus stricts que ces deux dernières années. Il n'y aura pas non plus de grosse date-butoir, mais les demandes seront traitées au cas par cas.

[en]

Pay attention: this stage is not about pitching yourself, it will come later (September) — this is the time to tell us who else we should not miss.

As you probably know, I’m managing blogger accreditations for LeWeb in Paris for the third time. We’ve decided to change the system slightly this year to ensure a more balanced representation of countries and linguistic groups. We’ve also decided to do away with the big deadline to request an accreditation, and will be evaluating applications on a case-by-case basis.

Basically, here’s what we’re going to do:

First, reach out to motivated and influential bloggers and podcasters in all countries and linguistic communities. We need your help for that — to identify them, and maybe also to contact them. This is what this post is about.

Second, in September, we will allow individual bloggers/podcasters to apply for an accreditation.

We have thought quite a bit about what we expect from official bloggers, as a conference, and what kind of population we want to reach and invite. Our criteria this year will be stricter. To make it clear: if you work for an industry agency or big company, your company should be paying for your ticket — unless you are primarily known as a high-profile blogger, independently of your work. But more on that in good time (September).

So, back to our plan for July: the problem with the system that we used over the last two years is that it was perfectly possible for us to end up with no blogger from country XYZ covering the conference — or no coverage in certain languages. We want to make sure that LeWeb’10 echoes beyond political and linguistic barriers.

We have a pretty good idea who the main players are in anglophone and francophone circles. However, you probably know your country or linguistic group’s bloggers or podcasters better than we do.

Here’s who we’re looking for. Official bloggers and podcasters should:

  • have a passion for content and reporting
  • commit to attending and covering the conference (it’s in English!)
  • have significant reach and influence inside their community.

Although the accreditation allows to attend the conference for free, we cannot cover expenses.

Got a few people in mind? Great! Please use this form to recommend three bloggers/podcasters from your linguistic group or country.

Thanks a lot for your help! Please tell your friends speaking other languages or from other countries to send in their recommendations too.

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