Some 16 Startups are selected to compete at LeWeb

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We’re less than a month away from LeWeb ’10, still to date the biggest tech conference in Europe, put on each year by Geraldine and Loic Le Meur. This year’s agenda features a whole lot of TechCrunch as several of us will not only be on stage at various times, but there’s also a modified version of the startup competition that will have more of a TechCrunch Disrupt flavour. So so we’re delighted to announce the 16 startups that have been selected to compete this year.

The 16 companies were selected by LeWeb and August Capital. They were chosen from over 400 applications submitted. Here they are:

Badgeville Inc
www.badgeville.com
NETHERLANDS

Cauwill Technologies
www.cauwill.com
IRELAND

City M
www.deways.fr
FRANCE

Desk.io GmbH
www.phonedeck.net
GERMANY

Fiddme
www.fiddme.com
ISRAEL

Garmz
www.garmz.com
AUSTRIA

Greendizer
www.greendizer.com
FRANCE

GreenPocket GmbH
www.greenpocket.de
GERMANY

Nuji
www.nuji.com
UNITED KINGDOM

Praized Media Inc.
www.needium.com
CANADA

Smallrivers
www.paper.li
SWITZERLAND

Super Marmite
www.super-marmite.com
FRANCE

Tagattitude
www.tagattitude.fr
FRANCE

Tinypay.me
www.tinypay.me/
NETHERLANDS

Waze
www.waze.com
ISRAEL

Work4 Labs
www.work4labs.com
FRANCE/USA

If you’re interested in attending, this link will get TechCrunch readers a 200 euro discount. Startups, meanwhile, will get the special price of 995 euros, while independent developers can get tickets for 500 euros.

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