Archive for September 2013
The latest qunb layout makes visualizing your Google Analytics data super easy
This week, data visualization startup qunb announced a new layout of its service, which once claimed to be the Youtube of data. Today, the service, which just recently finished the 3-month Techstars Boston program (SEE: 5 Things I learned at TechStars by qunb CEO Cyrille Vincey), now offers a very useful demo of their visualizatiion capabilities, […]
Simplon reaches its Crowdfunding goal to build web developer school for underprivileged youth in France
Score one for enabling anyone to become a programer – Simplon, a name that has been talked about quite a lot among the Paris startup community, has succeeded in raising the €15,000 it needed in order to build its school for underprivileged youth looking to learn to program. The six-month program, which will take place […]
Tech City News says “Don’t write off Paris.” I say “Write off Tech City News.”
Today is just like any other day in the Paris tech market: Richard Branson drove a vintage cuban military vehicle through the streets of Paris, and another Paris tech company announced it had filed papers for its $1 Billion+ IPO. You might think either one of these incidents is abnormal in Paris; however, 2013 has […]
Virgin Mobile’s new 4G plan may just be Bouygues Telecom’s comeback
Update: this post originally announced that Virgin Mobile would be offering a 4G plan for 19,99€/month. In fact, Virgin Mobile made two big announcements at once – a 4G Plan in partnership with Bouygues, and a new 19,99€/month 3G mobile plan – we inadvertently referred to them as the same announcement, and have subsequently updated […]
Early Bird tickets for TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin run out soon – here’s why you want one.
TechCrunch will bring its popular Disrupt event to Berlin for the first tme on October 28th – 29th. They’ll be kicking-off a jammed packed event week with a big Hackathon on Oct 26th-27th, followed by the main event on Oct 28th-29th. TechCrunch Disrupt aims not only to address the most important topics facing today’s tech […]
Here we go: Criteo files its IPO, could be trading as early as October
Criteo has filed its public IPO documents with the SEC, meaning the IPO could be no more than a month away. The announcement, first picked up by AllThingsD’s Peter Kafka, comes as no surprise – the IPO has been long awaited, and with the company’s acquisition of mobile adTech company AD-X in July, it was […]
Britain looks to woo French startups & investors via trip on October 1st.
In celebration of their 140th anniversary, the Franco-British Chamber of Commerce is organizing a day-long themed visit to London on October 1st which will aim to provide businesses and potential investors practical advice on how to set up their businesses or invest in London & the UK as well as offer insights on how London […]
Code in the Dark prizes valued at 3000€ in hardware, free rides & more!
Code in the Dark is just 10 days away, and frankly, we’re just too excited to keep the prizes a secret. We already revealed that the event, taking place at the brand new Deezer HQ, will feature a great buffet courtesy of AlloResto, and that Carlsberg will be stocking the fridges all night; however, today, […]