Innovators Under 35 Europe: France Gathering

Local Gathering
MIT Technology Review arrived to France thanks to the support of BNP Paribas and L'Atelier BNP Paribas. Our objective is to recognize the most remarkable technological entrepreneurs and researchers in the country. We have grown exponentially since we first entered the French community in 2015, always pursuing the same objective: to award the innovative and ingenious developments of new technologies or the creative application of pre-existing ones that address the world’s most pressing challenges.
 

Among our previous laureates, Xavier Duportet and Timothée Boitouzet were selected Innovators of the Year 2015 and 2016 respectively. This year, as the European project continues to grow, the MIT Technology Review innovation community has gone one step further: we are compiling a pool of the top 35 profiles in Europe which will become Innovators Under 35 Europe for 2017 during the award ceremony on September 14th in Paris.

 

Prior to this ceremony, MIT Technology Review will select a list of the TOP FRENCH TALENTS – some of them could have the chance to win Innovators Under 35 Europe 2017 awards in September.

 

When and where?
June 8th
L'Atelier BNP Paribas
14, Rue Bergère – Paris 9ème

 

REGISTER HERE

 

THE PROGRAM:

 

6:00 PM: Registration

6:45 PM: Welcome
Timothée Boitouzet, CEO  and founder of Woodoo, Innovator of the Year France 2016

6:55 PM: Community Stories
First round of pitches: Members of the Innovators Community will introduce the next generation of Top Talents France 2017

7:25 PM: Open Mic - The Way We'll Work
Building a sustainable society

7:50 PM: Community Stories
Second round of pitches: Members of the Innovators Community will introduce the next generation of Top French Talents 2017

8:10 PM: Special Mentions
Marie Claire Capobianco, Head of BNP Paribas French retail banking

8:20 PM: Closing
Ceremony Wrap-Up

8:30 PM: Get-Together
Closing Cocktail & Networking

 

 

 

 

European Founding Partners

BNP Paribas
L'Atelier

Media Partners

Agoria
FrenchWeb
L'ADN
Maddyness
Marie Claire
Regional IT
Technologium
SoonSoonSoon
Usbek et Rica