May 22, 2022

Viva Technology from June 16 to 19, online and in Paris Porte de Versailles

A hybrid event for an enhanced experience

After its cancellation in 2020, VivaTech adapts to the health context by offering a hybrid business event, between digital and physical. The show covers the 25,000 m2 of Hall 1 at Porte de Versailles in strict compliance with sanitary conditions. The daily capacity of the public will be limited to 5000 people, the wearing of the mask and the sanitary pass will be compulsory.

VivaTech is also launching a digital platform to allow the community to experience the event remotely. Conference channels are set up to follow the highlights of the show live. In addition to digital networking rooms, viewers will have the opportunity to see 500 innovations modeled in 3D / AR.

Three days (June 16, 17 and 18) will be reserved for professionals. They will connect start-ups, large companies and visitors. The day of Saturday, June 19 will be open to the general public.

Tech in response to major societal challenges

This year again, VivaTech wants to resonate with our times. Major themes will be addressed: digital transformation (accelerated by the health crisis), inclusion in the world of tech and start-ups, the future of work and the impact of tech in the climate crisis.

This 5th edition welcomes prestigious speakers such as Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook), Tim Cool (Apple), Peggy Johnson (Magic Leap), Will Shu (Deliveroo), Brad Smith (Microsoft), Marie Barbesol (Klaxoon), Julia Bijaoui (Frichti ) …

Le Femal Founder Challenge

Women are still clearly under-represented in the tech industry. A problem that often comes up in public debates. To remedy this and try to make things happen, VivaTech is organizing the Femal Fouder Challenge this year, a competition which aims to give better visibility to women entrepreneurs and thus facilitate their access to investment funds.

10 women will come to pitch their projects, among which Deborah Gael (founder of Koolboks), Marie Amigues (founder of Alocai) or even Nathalie Maubon (HCS pharma).

2021 (VivaTechnology)

More information on the website Viva Technology