Open Innovation

Discover the 6 TechMeetings powered by the Open Innovation Club

In order to foster more business relationships and partnerships between startups, corporations and VCs, we have a great line up of International TechMeetings taking place in San Francisco from October to May. During each event, 10 innovative startups pitch to corporate and VCs.

These TechMeetings are perfect opportunities for startups, large corporations and Key Opinion Leaders to exchange and discuss on the latest developments, trends and technologies.

Here is the TechMeeting schedule for the coming months:

If you are a startup and are interested in pitching during one of our upcoming events, contact us, we would love to talk to you! 

 

About the Open Innovation Club

The Open Innovation Club (OIC), launched in San Francisco in 2014, is a collective of large French and Americans companies aiming at fostering open innovation across all stakeholders in the innovation ecosystem. The OIC provides French and American corporations-members a platform to efficiently access, manage and integrate innovation generated by the interaction of French and American private and public organizations. The Club was founded by EDF R&D USA, TOTAL New Energies, Renault Silicon Valley, PRIME, The French Tech Hub and the French Consulate in San Francisco.

Contact Maroane Abdallaoui (Open Innovation Manager, PRIME) if you are interested in joining the club, want to learn more about the Open Innovation Club, or if you are a startup interested in participating at one of our events. These TechMeetings will be hosted in the offices of PRIME and French Tech Hub.

One thought on “Discover the 6 TechMeetings powered by the Open Innovation Club

  1. The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics and legal industry giant Thomson Reuters have just announced the 2015 Legal Tech Open Innovation Challenge—Docket Analystics. It’s an “open call” to develop technology that can advance the legal system, and it comes with three prizes: a $20,000 top prize, $15,000 (2nd place) and $10,000 (3rd place) for granting the “seeker” a non-exclusive license to use the winning technologies. In addition, there will be four honorable mention awards.

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