On the 16th of March, the fourth edition of the “Hacking of the City Hall” highlighted more than 1,100 French and international startups in Paris.
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Created in 2005 by the Office for Science and Technology of the Embassy of France in the United States, the YEi (Young Entrepreneurs Initiative) program Start in France is an annual competition run by the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs in several countries.
The Paris Living City Awards is a new category of the “Grands Prix de l’Innovation” dedicated to international startups. This event aims to support the development of innovative companies in fast-growing sectors.
[#PORTRAIT] Hacking de l'hotel de ville 2017 - Meeting with Tk Lin and Cheryl Liao, founders of botpartner
We come from Taiwan, our company created a device that you can connect to with your phone. We called our project COT : conversation of things. We found a big market here with the old people because in Europe many of them live alone.
Last Thursday, Anne Hidalgo handed the keys to City Hall to 1,162 startups for the 3rd edition of the “Hacking de l’Hôtel de Ville”. This event, which included the world’s largest startup meetup, brought together nearly 4,000 participants and 70 nationalities based on the themes of sports innovation and the Paris bid for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Hacking de l'Hôtel de Ville - The international event which brings innovation stakeholders together in Paris
On March 16th 2017, the “Hacking of the City Hall” is mobilizing the entire innovation ecosystem around a common theme: the 2024 Paris Olympic Games. What’s at stake is far more than sports alone. If you’re a start-up in the areas of green tech, transport and mobility, logistics, smart cities, real estate, tourism and travel, food and beverage, …. then this event is for you!