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LeWeb Student Warm-Up is coming back on Monday december 3rd from 2.pm to 6.pm.
Last year we launched this annual event for two reasons:
- We had the firm belief that young aspiring entrepreneurs from different countries almost never meet
- Students don't always get the value of going to conference like LeWeb. Worst of all, if they do, they rarely get the most out of them
In Paris, we have the chance to have the number one tech conference in Europe with LeWeb with people coming from all around the World.
Therefore, we're enjoying this opportunity to organize a major event in English, aimed mainly at international students and under-25 entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs with great speakers from LeWeb.
You'll have the chance to listen to 3 individual presentations by Michael Amar (Ifeelgoods), Tony Conrad (About.me) as well as Pano Kroko (Seattle Wireless). Jeff Clavier (SoftTech VC) will be interviewed by Robin Wauters (The Next Web) for a fireside chat.
Each session will end with a 10-minute Q&A with the audience and you'll be able to ask directly your questions.
Another big goal of this event is to make sure that students from anywhere are more aware of what anybody is up to in terms of entrepreneurship initiatives in their own country.This will make it easier to identify potential connections.
That's why we will then have up to ten 2-minute slots for representatives of student organizations from everywhere to explain on stage the state of student entrepreneurship in their countries and the type of initiatives they do.
If you'd like to represent your country, fill this form.
Last but not least, we're looking for a team of awesome volunteers to help us put together the event. Let us know here if you're interested.