French Touch Conference, 14.06.2017, Paris


La French Touch Conference, June 14th, in Paris


French Tech Israël presents a new event and invites you to attend it; the French Touch Conference Paris.

After 3 editions in New York and 1 edition in San Francisco, the new edition of « La French Touch Conference » will take place in Paris, in June 14th. This event will gather French from the diaspora and will spotlight French entrepreneurs and executives from all over the world, who went abroad to develop their companies or to hold a position in big international companies.  

Many speakers are announced : Jérome Lecat – Founder & CEO - Scality, Alvyn Séverien – Founder – Algama, Eldes Mattiuzzo – Boss branch Bresil - Youse / CNP, Stephan Dietrich - VP Campaign Business – Adobe, Hugo Mercier – Founder – Rythm, Raouti Chehih ‎- President of the advisory board – Euratechnologies, Isabelle Weisman - Senior Director, Corporate Communications - IAC, Bertrand Diard - Président / directeur general - Tech in France / Talend, Séverin Naudet - General Manager - WeWork France, Fabrice Grinda Business Angel.


So be there in June 14th in Paris for the French Touch Conference, before attending Vivatech, which will follow the next day !

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La French Touch Conference, le 14 juin à Paris


Le French Tech Israël vous présente un nouvel évènement en vous invitant à vous y rendre : La French Touch Conference Paris.

Après 3 éditions à New York et 1 édition à San Francisco, c’est à Paris, le 14 juin qu’aura lieu la prochaine édition de La French Touch Conference. Cet évènement rassemblera des Français de la diaspora et mettra en avant des entrepreneurs et exécutifs français venus du bout du monde, qui sont partis développer leur entreprise à l'international ou qui occupent des postes clés dans des grands groupes internationaux.

Plusieurs speakers sont annoncés : Jérome Lecat - Fondateur & Directeur Général - Scality, Alvyn Séverien - Fondateur – Algama, Eldes Mattiuzzo - Patron filiale Bresil - Youse / CNP, Stephan Dietrich - VP Campaign Business – Adobe, Hugo Mercier – Fondateur – Rythm, Raouti Chehih ‎- Président of the advisory board – Euratechnologies, Isabelle Weisman - Senior Director, Corporate Communications - IAC, Bertrand Diard - Président / directeur general - Tech in France / Talend, Séverin Naudet - General Manager - WeWork France, Fabrice Grinda Business Angel.


RDV donc le 14 juin à Paris, pour la French Touch Conference, avant d’enchaîner avec Vivatech qui commence dès le lendemain !

RDV sur leur site internet :

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French Tech Tour Healthcare Israel – May 2017

#healthtech , #frenchtech , #israel , #pharma

Business France, Bpifrance and Medicen are glad to launch a new call for applications for the next session of the French Tech Tour Healthcare Israel.


This is the second edition of a great immersion program intended for innovative French start-up, working in the healthcare area.

This initiative is supported by the main public institutions active in the innovation field in France and in Israel. This program aims to foster collaborations between French and Israeli ecosystems.

10 start-ups will have the opportunity to spend a day in Business France Paris offices on the 19th of April for a pitch session in front of a selective committee made of industrials, investors and institutional.

7 laureates will then benefit from a bootcamp day on the Israeli ecosystem and a pitch trainee on the 28th of April, followed by a whole immersion week in Israel from the 20th to the 25th of May.

This program includes coaching, pitch sessions in front of international investors, visits of large corporates and leaders in the innovation field in Israel (companies, incubators, universities), individual BtoB meeting according to their main activity and focus, networking events and access and visibility during the international conference BIOMED 2017 which will take place in Tel-Aviv on May, 23-25.

A strong network of partners is involved in the program.

French Tech Tour Healthcare Israel is a key opportunity for innovative start-up who want to make a first step in the dynamic ecosystem of the Start-Up Nation, meet providential investors and initiate strong valued partnerships with Israeli companies.


Application open until 12nd of April under:

MEDICEN (click here)

For more information: +

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Don’t forget to register to the Viva Technology event

You might have wondered, during a walk in sunny Tel Aviv, about one of these orange-pink “Viva tech” posters, promoting an event in Paris, claiming that “Entrepreneur is a French Word”. What is this event? Why in Paris? Why should you go? Here are some of the reasons why you shouldn’t miss the opportunity of attending:

Viva Tech

VivaTech – which stands for Viva Technology - is one of the biggest annual event for game changers, and will take place in Paris in June, 15th-17th. Last year, more than 45.000 visitors and 5.000 start-ups attended the event. Israel was the first delegation in numbers and its start-ups were well represented among the winners of prizes and awards.

This year, more than 50.000 visitors are expected; start-ups, new investors, medias, potential partners… one more time, the event will offer an opportunity for start-ups to build a strong and useful network as well as to acquire a wide knowledge of the environment.

Israeli start-ups can take advantage of many sides of the event. A full agenda of speeches, pitches, awards, side events, tours, and exhibition will ensure an event of quality.  Moreover, the Israeli start-ups will have the possibility to sign up to one of the 80 challenges to get free booth at the event and work with a large multinational (the application deadline is April, 15th), but they can also benefit of the arranged free access and the discount on flights and accommodation thanks to a code that they have to ask us for.

For more information, about the event, the agenda or the people attending, visit the Viva Technology Website:

You can also contact us to get codes for discounts and free access to the event.

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IATI Social Impact Weekathon Demo Day at Hewlett Packard Entreprise (on March 30)

#weekathon , #social entrepreneurship

As part of a weekathon* organized on March 30 by the IATI on the theme of social entrepreneurship, five groups - composed of Nokia, Ebay, Motorola, Samsung, HP and Marvell employees - pitched in front of an audience to present their project and in the hopes of winning this event.


An IATI representative introduced the event by defining social entrepreneurship as

-----"the intention to generate a measurable social or environmental benefit/impact, alongside than financial return"

These three conditions of intentionality, financial return and measurable impact characterize a type of entrepreneurship to which the millennials are very sensitive, opening a promising market. Many of them prefer work in line with their values which corresponds to the 17 global objectives of the United Nations :


Israel, again presented as the Startup Nation, has the necessary assets to embrace this trend and develop activities comparable to those of:

  • AngelSense: monitoring system, especially GPS, of vulnerable children (autism, Asperger syndrome...). 
  • Vitalitix: social network linking elderly people in need (eg power outage) and users willing to help them. 


Here is an overview of the pitches, confirming the potential of social entrepreneurship:


  • EATSMARTER : Application allowing more transparency between restaurants and their customers. It responds to the observation that 70% of restaurants offer over-calorie dishes. The app allows to know the composition and different nutritive indices of each dishes proposed by the restaurants and thus promote a healthier diet.

  • CHILDCARE : GPS tracking & alert system for parents (4% of the children deaths in Israel would be linked to heatstroke  in vehicles). The system allows to know in real time where the child is and if he is in danger.

  • CROWDACADEMY : Personalized online education system as "Everyone can learn, everyone can teach". It combines on the same platform explanatory videos and exercises. The added value compared to MOOCs would be the ease of proposing its own "learning unit" whose relevance is noted by Internet users (presented as the Wikipedia of learning due to its open-source characteristic)

  • SAFEDRIVE : In Israel, 1 out of 4 car accidents is related to the use of smartphones while driving. This group offered a device suspending driver messaging applications (other applications, including Waze continuing to operate). To block only the driver smartphone and not the passengers’, the group used an ultrasonic system whose range is limited to the space of the driver.

  • SOCIALBUDDY : Proposed a solution enabling autistic people to read social situations. Indeed, many people have trouble interacting with others because of difficulties in reading emotions or degrees of language. The application listens to the conversation and translate it into clear emotion for the user, using emoticons.

    For instance, in The Big Bang Theory:


At the end of these pitches, the CHILDCARE group was declared the winner by the guests.

  * Week during which groups of people who did not know each other bring together various skills to develop a project, on a given theme, and pitch at the end of the week to compete with the other groups.

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