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B2B Rocks, The first B2B & SaaS conference

B. - 08-août-2016 08:38:43

    B2B Rocks, The first B2B & SaaS conference is coming to Australia   Sydney, Monday 2 August 2016 -   After three successful editions in Europe (Paris), B2B Rocks ( www.b2brocks.co/sydney ) is coming to Sydney to be the first B2B and SaaS startups conference in Australia. The event will occur on Thursday 27th October 2016, from 9am to 6pm, at The Australian Technology Park , Sydney’s outstanding business and technology conferencing venue.   Founded by Alex Delivet in Paris in France, this acclaimed event has already gathered thousands of attendees since 2013, with world known speakers from companies such as Zendesk, Microsoft, Google, Accel Partners, Alven Capital, TechCrunch, Mailjet, Trello and others.    This first Australian event will gather the most inspiring SaaS builders and lovers around specific topics to give actionable insights and brilliant talks to attendees. The event will be supported by partners such as Offis Multi Cloud Services, who has been helping Australian and international businesses achieve greater productivity and agility with virtualised tools and infrastructure since 1997.   The Australian event will gather over 15 speakers coming from leading startups and investors in the B2B and SaaS space, giving 20-min about disruptive technologies (IoT, VR, Cloud solutions…), success, failures, growth hacking and other things, to up to 450 high profiles attendees (founders, entrepreneurs, VCs, investors and C-Levels).    To date, speakers include cloud guru Franck Demoiseau (Offis - CEO), customer success strategist Åsa Nyström (Buffer - Customer Success Director), e-commerce fulfilment expert Francine Ereira (Temando – VP APAC), global entrepreneur Stephane Ibos (Maestrano - CEO), digital marketing guru Chris Redshaw (AB Tasty Australia - MD), IIOT evangelist Renald Gallis (ThinXtra - VP Ecosystem), … With more speakers to be announced on www.b2brocks.co/sydney , B2B Rocks aims to become the first B2B and SaaS startups conference in Australia for entrepreneurs and investors.   Besides the inspiring talks, attendees will have the opportunity to participate to round-tables, open discussions and networking activities with rising startups, fast-growing companies, VCs and journalists at the Locomotive Workshop.   The Australian event will be curated by Leo Denes, CEO of Australiance, a startup assisting international companies establish in Australia.    Early bird tickets are now available for an all day pass including tea breaks, lunch and beverages, available at www.b2brocks.co/sydney . If you want to learn more about B2B & SaaS startups, check out the European edition videos on the B2B Rocks Youtube channel .   Media Contact: Aurelien Clou - aurelien@b2brocks.co B2B Rocks Sydney - Suite 6.02 23-25 O’Connell Street


Mobile World Congress Barcelone 2015

B. - 17-févr.-2016 00:42:55

  The French Tech pavilion has enable several partner regions, such as Brittany, Ile-de-France, Languedoc Roussillon, Midi-Pyrénées and Provence-Alpes-Côted’Azur to be represented at the trade show. Additionally, two high-technology clusters will have stands of their own: Systematic Paris Region and Solutions Communicantes Sécurisées (Secure Communicating Solutions).   All these different actors share the same determination and efforts to promote the quality of innovations “made in France”. Ms Axelle Lemaire, France’s Minister of State for the Digital Industry, will visit MWC to help promote French excellence.   This brochure presents some of the most innovative and promising French startups and companies that will be exhibiting at this year’s Mobile World Congress. They embody the amazing talents and opportunities France can offer. Getting to know them will change your perception of a country that is fast becoming reputed as much for its technology as it is for fashion and cuisine.   Download the catalog “ France at Mobile World Congress ”: http://export.businessfrance.fr/Galerie/Files/Divers/Catalogue_World-Mobile_Barcelone_2,-5-mars-2015.pdf


WEB SUBMIT Dublin 2015

B. - 17-févr.-2016 00:41:25

  In 5 years, Web Summit has grown from 400 attendees to over 42,000 from more than 134 countries. It’s been called “the best technology conference on the planet”. But we just think it‘s different. And that difference works for our attendees, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to the world’s most exciting startups. French startups report ever more sources of support, both from ordinary people who are financing their projects, to the championing by government of the sector. Crowdfunding is becoming so popular it is almost fashionable: the amount raised doubled in a year from €65 million in the first half of 2014 to €133 million in the same period this year. In the meantime, the number of French lenders or donors had grown   from 1 million people to 1.75 million. The French government has played a key role in the growth of crowdfunding by leading a committed reform that screated a regulatory framework every bit as flexible as in the United States and is breaking the monopoly of banks.   Meanwhile, some of France’s biggest companies, Vinci, Axa, Orange, BNP Paribas, Altran or La Poste have significantly increased their role in open innovation, helping startups getting to the next stage as illustrated in this catalogue.   Download the catalog “ La French Tech at WEB SUBMIT ”:   http://export.businessfrance.fr/Galerie/Files/Divers/Catalogue_Web_Summit_Dublin_3,-5-novembre-2015.pdf


SLUSH Helsinki 2015

B. - 17-févr.-2016 00:38:14

  In 2015, Slush brought together 15.000 attendees, including 1.700 startups, 800 venture capital investors and 630 journalists from exactly 100 countries. People from more than half of the world’s countries traveled to the cold and dark Helsinki, with the ambition of taking their business to the next level.   Slush is a non-profit event organized by a community of entrepreneurs, investors, students and festival organizers. In 2015, Business France was given the responsibility to promote the French Tech brand and initiative internationally. This means showing the world that not only is France an innovation hotspot, but that it is also going through a deep cultural and mentality change, making it more startup friendly than ever.   On top of featuring several examples of some of France’s most promising startups (which you can meet at SLUSH), this catalogue is meant to break the myth of a closed-to-foreign investment country of bureaucrats where innovation is stifled.   Download the catalog “ La French Tech at SLUSH ”:   http://export.businessfrance.fr/Galerie/Files/Divers/Catalogue_Slush_Helsinki_11,-12-novembre-2015.pdf


EM TECH Cambridge 2015

B. - 17-févr.-2016 00:35:01

  EmTech MIT is an opportunity to discover future trends and begin to understand the technologies that will drive the new global economy. It’s where tech, business, and culture converge, and where you gain access to the most innovative people and companies in the world. The following pages present some of the young faces behind this silent revolution. They are the 10 winners of the French edition of the MIT Innovators Under 35, and they embody this generation of bright people rained in the best schools, who dream big, are open to the world and welcome the ideas of others. Their stories speak better than any graph, figures or complicated argument we could come up with. They show that France is breeding a new generation of entrepreneurs equipped to provide the most innovative solutions to world’s problems.   Download the catalog “ French innovators at EM TECH ”: http://export.businessfrance.fr/Galerie/Files/Divers/Catalogue_Emtech_Cambridge_2,-4-novembre-2015.pdf


CES Las Vegas 2015

B. - 17-févr.-2016 00:31:21

  At CES 2015, France was the best represented nation in Europe with 120 French exhibitors from a wide range of sectors, from healthcare to wearable tech, 3D sound and vision systems, to green tech. France ranks far ahead of the UK and Germany, and the fifth in the world (behind China, the USA, Taiwan and South Korea).   In the Eureka Park, the startup marketplace at CES designed to launch new products and services, France ranks second behind the U.S. It accounts for 25% of all exhibiting startups, unlike China which will be poorly represented at the Eureka Park. The success of the French presence in 2014 is demonstrated by massive return in force: in 2015, there was 66 companies (up from 38 in 2014), a 73% increase.   Download the catalog “ La French Tech at CES Las Vegas ”:   http://export.businessfrance.fr/Galerie/Files/Divers/Catalogue_CES_Las-Vegas_Janvier-2015.pdf


Venture Scape San Francisco 2015

B. - 17-févr.-2016 00:28:50

  France has a track record in disruptive technology, from the Minitel service, a precursor to the internet, to the SIM card. Today’s startups bathe in the same pools of creativity and innovative research, and enjoy world-class digital infrastructure and a supportive business environment. For some years now, the French Tech ecosystem has shown an incredible dynamism, driven by a new generation of entrepreneurs, investors, engineers, designers, and other talented people. France is a new start-up Republic, home of vibrant tech hubs and talents impregnated with a strong entrepreneurial culture. The name of this movement is “La French Tech”, a shared brand by French startup and by the French government which supports them.   Download the catalog “ Venture Scape San Francisco ”:   http://export.businessfrance.fr/Galerie/Files/Divers/Catalogue-VentureScape_San-Francisco_6,-7-mai-2015.pdf


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The department of Information and Communication Technologies, Distribution and Services (NTIS) facilitates business between French-based companies and Australian companies/importers/distributors/master franchisees. The NTIS department covers two main sectors: - The ICT fields : Telecom, Software, Gaming, Broadcasting, Computer hardware, Internet, Digital contents etc. In the ICT sector, famous companies such as Thales, Alcatel-Lucent, Sagem, Cap Gemini, St  Microelectronics are present in Australia.  - The Distribution and Services fields: Franchise, E-commerce, Services, Training, Education, Financial services, Insurance etc. Amongst the successful French companies in these fields, we can find Accor, BNP Paribas or Coface.   Please feel free to contact us should your company be interested in connecting with local partners. Bertrand Raoult, Senior Trade Advisor, bertrand.raoult@businessfrance.fr Baptiste Le Poittevin, Trade Advisor, baptiste.lepoittevin@busines

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