It was tentatively scheduled for June 30, 2021, the organizers (Paris municipalityAnd Paris and Co) Decided Reporter The event due to the health context associated with the epidemic COVID-19. See you this fall at the Hôtel de Ville in Paris to meet the participants. And take advantage of the best meeting conditions.
On October 28, 2021, Hacking of the Hôtel de Ville will return to Paris City Hall for its seventh iteration. The organisers choose to postpone the event till the fall due to the health situation. For the young French buds, it is one of the most anticipated occasions of the year. Discover the circular table and working session schedule.The seventh edition of Town Hall hack 2021 did not occur to me on October 28, 2021. We definitely don’t want to miss this important display of French entrepreneurship, which is also a big meeting of cooperation.
Originally started by Paris city And Paris and Co, Economic Development Agency and‘cooperation In the capital, this one-day extraordinary event will gather, Startups, large groups, elected officials, French and international investors, to create real business opportunities and define the innovations of tomorrow.
So, fasten your seat belts and prepare for the following three sequences:
And even if you are a simple inquisitive visitor, the invitation to participate in this day of meetings and exchanges is open to you. Registration takes place online and allows you to take full advantage of the many activities that will punctuate a busy day!
the biggest StartUp MeetUp Around the world with more than 4,000 meetings scheduled, giving participants the opportunity to exchange a few minutes in order to start a dialogue, which they can then continue at their leisure in their work and networking spaces.
a DemoSpace during which about twenty StartupsResearchers, artists and innovative companies let visitors discover innovations that will represent the future. Visual, experiential and sensory solutions impacting the creative industries, mobility, sustainable development and food sectors