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TechCrunch Europe returns to Paris for its 2nd annual afternoon seminar today featuring yet another interactive and live-streamed session with some of the most innovative and interesting web and mobile startups and investors in France. See video below.

Programme:

14.00 registration

14.20 opening remarks

14.30 keynote presentation:
“Startups have to be flexible” Gilles Barbier – Tellmewhere

14.50 presentation:
“Going International” Pascal Gautier – Criteo

15.10 panel discussion:
Women’s Panel
Moderated by Roxanne Varza
Celine Lazorthes, Leetchi
Béatrice Jauffrineau, Femmes Business Angels
Marie Ekeland, Elaia Partners
Olivier Billon, Ykone

15.50 coffee break

16.15 Young Entrepreneur Keynote:
“Can you be a French entrepreneur with no experience?” Hadrien Gardeur, Feedbooks

16.35 panel discussion:
VC/ISF Panel
Moderated by Mike Butcher
Guillaume Lautour, AGF Private Equity
François Tison, 360 Capital Partners
Jean-Christophe Capelli, FriendsClear
Cedric Giorgi

17.15 TechCrunch Pitch!
Olivier Cahané – SiteBay.com
Axel Cateland – Yoocasa
Timothée Le Borgne – Gamecreds.com
Paul Maglione – English Attack
Thibauld Favre – Allmyapps
Angela Natividad – Hypios
Cyril Barthet – Vodkaster
Guillaume Martin – Pictarine

17.50 Closing remarks

Venue:

« la Cantine », 12 Galerie Montmartre, 151 rue Montmartre,
75002 Paris

Sponsors

Sun Startup Essentials
Sun’s fee-free, no obligation, Startup Essentials programme helps startups get off the ground running by listening to what they need, to innovate and get their business growing quickly. With help around Marketing, PR, Events, Discounted Scaling, Networking and Introductions to the right people, we can help you to grow your business quicker and smarter.

Sign up to our FREE Sun Startup Essentials newsletter at uk.sun.com/startups, which delivers a veritable buffet of information, training and support each month..
• Technical & Marketing Resources for Members Only
• Access to MySQL University sessions – Online education webinars – Plus many more free web- based training course http://uk.sun.com/startupessentials/services.jsp
• FREE/Discounted Tickets for all the major and not so well known Seminars/Workshops & Technical Briefings
• Technical support and advice directly from a Sun engineer (no need to buy anything!)

• Co-marketing opportunities (i.e. web and blog posts, joint PR, events, contests, etc.) Email stewart.townsend@sun.com

• Webinars and white papers.

Useful SSE sites
http://www.sun.com/startupessentials/scoop.jsp
http://blogs.sun.com/startups
http://uk.sun.com/startup
http://uk.sun.com/events
Contact details
Stewart Townsend, Manager Startup Essentials EMEA
Phone x18133/+44-161-9058 133
Mobile +44 (0) 7876 396788
Email Stewart.Townsend@Sun.COM
http://twitter.com/stewarttownsend

Tellmewhere
Tellmewhere, your ultimate mobile companion for discovering places you’ll like and sharing experiences with friends. Think of Tellmewhere as having the best elements of Google Local and Facebook, all wrapped into a simple, easy to use interface. http://www.tellmewhere.com

LIVE Streaming Partner: Bambuser

Bambuser offers a service that gives its users the opportunity to stream live video from a mobile phone or web-cam using 3G or WiFi network. The simplicity of the application and the unlimited mobility gives you the opportunity to instantly share your experience with your viewers and interact and communicate through the web- to-mobile chat. Share the world, Live and Mobile with Bambuser, visit http://www.bambuser.com.

Bambuser is drawing comparisons to mobile videocasting service Qik . The major difference is the lower latency that bambuser offers due to different technical approaches. Another difference between the services is that Bambuser offers streaming both from your computer and mobile, while Qik only allows streaming from the mobile.

In October 2009 Bambuser was the first of the live streaming start-ups to allow users to stream video directly from their mobiles to their Facebook Wall.

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