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!
With 1,040 start-ups participating in 2016 and representing over 50 countries, the “Hacking of the City Hall” has become a major event in the innovation landscape.
This year, the Hacking brings together start-ups, global groups, athletes and international innovation experts to participate in a one-day program that aims to generate new opportunities and boost business: pitches and reverse pitches to international investors, meeting spaces, demos, and a few surprises.
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Under the ceiling of the Function Hall in the Paris City Hall, start-ups, large companies, French and international experts, investors and buyers of the City of Paris will take part in the largest Meet-Up in Paris. Every 15 mins, the bell will ring to allow you to take part in one or several of the 3,000 business meetings of the day. The ideal opportunity to meet future partners, clients, experts and investors.
In the Paris Chamber Hall, French and foreign start-ups will take the Mayor of Paris’s place to pitch their project in 3 minutes and convince their audience of 120 investors and businessmen. Two distinct sessions are organised by 50 Partners: at lunchtime, 25 start-ups raising less than 1M€ will present their projects, in the afternoon, 25 start-ups raising more than 1M€ will take the relay.
Major innovations, French start-ups and large groups will invest in the Arcades Lounge to show the digital diversity of Paris. Demonstrators or pitchers of the latest innovations, you will be able to discover connected objects, services and technologies, as well as immersive experiences live from the City Hall square.