What to expect at LeWeb at the Central Westminster Hall in London on 19-20 June 2012.
Here’s the latest video from our friends Loic and Geraldine Le Meur, talking about what’s going down at LeWeb London, an exciting mid-year instalment of LeWeb for which The Kernel is a media partner.
There are just a few days left to register for the start-up competition. Winners get to present on stage and get free demo space at the conference. Applications are free.
At LeWeb London, Bradley Horowitz will explain how he hopes to make Google+ successful, while Christian Hernandez from Facebook will talk about finance and leadership here in the world’s finance capital.
Other companies present include the chief executives of Lending Club, Funding Circle and Wonga.
Europe versus Silicon Valley, a perennially dull topic until someone actually says something new, might get interesting: Mike Arrington is rumoured to be moderating a session on it.
Evidently someone has assassinated that racist fantasist who was threatening to have him arrested.
Pebble Watch, which raised $10 million without venture capital, is sending its founder, Eric Migicovsky. Migicovsky has never spoke anywhere before. He’s aiming to explain why venture capital just became redundant.