Futura has joined forces with VivaTech, the largest technology event in Europe, returning after two complicated years for 4 days of business, inspiration and innovation in Paris from June 15 to 18.
The new edition of today’s high mass technology on the continent of Europe returns in one formathalf distance half front, started in 2021 due to the crisis of . If the sanitary constraints are fortunately removed now, the show aims to take advantage of to open wider of the event to as many people as possible around the world. It is also a way to put the experience into practice other than the discovery of and in by virtual showrooms. In all, more than 26,000 visitors attended and 114,000 online are expected over the 4 days of the event, the first 3 being geared towards professionals and the latter to the general public.
Strong trends in tech news
Amidst tech news, the show focuses on six key themes this year:
- Race to net zero emissionsthat is, the goal to be achieved within three years according to where solutions in the world of technology must participate;
- reboundafter the major changes taken by the sector over the past two years;
- Future workto change work habits in a sustainable manner;
- Inclusion is a mindsetso that diversity, whether “gender”, geographical or social, can be more considered in technology;
- Web3 and Metavers, exploring emerging technologies, from in decentralization, from total to ;
- European scale-upwhich will highlight the scene bubbles and creative European.
1,500 exhibitors from over 30 countries
As the largest technology event in Europe, VivaTech clearly looks great with 1,500 exhibitors from more than 30 countries. Notice a strong increase in the European contingent with, in particular, the involvement of the European Innovation Council (EIC) and the European Space Agency (), but also the strengthening of the AfricaTech program with seven partner countries. In terms of new products, VivaTech is launching it Basic Business Programs focused on business communities specifically involved in digital innovation by conference sessions, lounge as well Side Events themes.
The event also allows meeting between young start-ups, French and international unicorn, recognized company and big name in tech. Expected in particular: Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia; Tony Fadell, the designer of ; Evan Spiegel, co-founder of mobile Snapchat; Ryan Roslansky, CEO of LinkedIn; Yann LeCun, considered one of the inventors of ; or Changpeng Zhao, the boss of Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency trading platform.