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LeWeb3 is now firmly established as Europe’s ‘answer’ (if you will) to any number of startup and Web 2.0 events in the US. Held on December 11/12, it offers a platform for Europe’s hot new start-ups to present their business and technology to some of the most influential players in the technology market. Last year’s program had, it must be said, mixed reviews due to issue with WiFi and an unwise wheeling-in of a French presidential candidate (who later won) overshadowed the event, among other things…

However, onwards and upwards.

This year the whole thing has been re-vamped and will feature a substantial stage dedicated only to start-ups. Thirty companies will be selected from the applications submitted, and will demonstrate in front of a panel of expert judges. Three winners will be selected to then present on the main stage, and thankfully there is no fee to participate. So register your startup to pitch. To actually come as a delegate, then fill out this form to attend.

  • Loïc

    hi Mike and TechCrunch UK readers. Thanks for your post and yep I learnt from my mistake no more politicians even Presidents (Shimon Peres was there too !). There is an entire startup room this year and we will present the 3 best ones in the keynote room so absolutely a good launch platform. Stay tuned! Loïc

  • azzam

    So I have put my killer service :) in for a review to see if it gets shortlisted. Lets see what response I get

  • alan p

    Might be an idea to go for “user generated selection” of the best ones……

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