It’s the 10th LeWeb Conference Paris this week. Here’s a quick summary of the opening remarks from Loic Le Meur. and keynote from Fred Wilson.
French startup Teleportd brings sophisticated analytics to real-time social data in order to detect real-world “happenings” – including concerts, rallies, and traffic accidents.
Carla de Preval, Digital Marketing Manager for Yves Saint Laurent, explains at LeWeb London that luxury is not just about story-telling and craftsmanship, but also very much about innovation.
Presenting at LeWeb London, Analyst Jeremiah Owyang of Altimer explained that the conference theme (“Faster Than Real Time”) referred to the importance of anticipating customer needs, not just react to them as fast as possible.
Social analytics company Socialbakers believes that only 30% of companies are doing social media correctly
At today’s LeWeb London conference, Alexia Tsotsis of TechCrunch interviewed Joe Fernandez, Co-Founder & CEO of Klout. The company rates people’s online social influence, and some real-world organizations are now using the rating to determine how to treat their customers, with perks for those with the highest status in the hope that they will praise …
LeWeb London is happening today, in a truly beautiful venue in central London. This is (probably) the first of a series of posts from the event (battery permitting).
I’ll be blogging this week from the first edition of LeWeb London, a UK version of the Paris-based Internet-and-technology conference.