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"Hacking de l'Hôtel de Ville 2019" : apply now for the DemoSpace or the Xperiment Show

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Apply now for the DemoSpace or Xperiment Show 2019 and benefit from a free space in the heart of the Paris City Hall salons.

For the fifth annual “Hacking de l’Hôtel de Ville” in 2019, a DemoSpace and Xperiment Show will give 20 startups, SMEs, researchers, artists, non-profits and schools a free opportunity to present their innovations with high-potential demonstration and experimentation impact. 
3,000 visitors are expected to attend the full day event.

We are especially interested in interactive and spectacular solutions, as well as solutions that service the event and enhance its eco-responsible dimension (culinary corner, waste management, signage, sound/light installation.)


You are a startup, a SME, a researcher, an artist, a non-profit organization, or a school specialized in one of the following areas :
- events (signage, lighting and sound)
- sustainable development
- food and/or catering
- mobility
- waste management

 

Apply on the Agorize plateform until Monday 28 January 2019 to participate in the international event gathering the key innovation players in Paris

 

 

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