[THESE TICKETS HAVE NOW GONE. Thanks for entering.] LeWeb Paris in December is getting closer, and conference organizers Loic and Geraldine Le Meur have put together a schedule featuring great speakers and companies around the theme of ‘The Internet of Things’. And two lucky TechCrunch readers will be able to come for free. Just explain in the comments below why you should win and we’ll pick the best two. If you aren’t that lucky, TechCrunch readers can still grab a 300 euro discount using the code TechCrunch.
Among the speakers this year will be Nest‘s Tony Fadell and Fitbit‘s James Park, as well as Lifx Lightbulbs and Lockitron. Alongside an appearance from NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity, Cyborg anthropologist (and Geoloqi co-founder and CEO) Amber Case, Interaxon’s Ariel Garten and Double Robotics‘ David Cann will also be speaking.
Representatives from Twitter, Facebook, Google, PayPal, Pandora, WordPress, Dropbox and Evernote are also coming.
Capped off with a startup competition and social business track, it’s going to be a big event.
TechCrunch (one of LeWeb’s official media partners) will have a strong presence at the event. Our co-editor Alexia Tsotsis is scheduled to interview Voxer founder and CEO Tom Katis. I’ll moderate a VC panel entitled “Money Makes The World Go Round,” and Frederic Lardinois will interview ZeptoLab chairman and CEO Misha Lyalin.