Marchons, marchons: 18 French startups coming to Web Summit

ALPHA for 2015 is now closed. You can still attend as an attendee or sign up to exhibit at ALPHA 2016.

We’re partnering with Business France to bring the best of French startups to Web Summit. Business France is a 1,500-strong national body supporting the internationalisation of the French economy.

They’ve helped us connect with some of the most exciting startups in France and they’re now joining our ALPHA and BETA programmes next month.

Let’s see who’s coming:


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Lydia is another BETA startup. They’ve built a mobile payments app that allows users wire money instantly for free.

They reckon that thanks to their app, ATMs, small change and cheque books will soon be a thing of the past.

Founded in 2013, Lydia has raised $5.26 million in funding.


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Botify are joining Dreem and Lydia in Beta. They’re helping traffic and SEO specialists increase organic traffic and revenue using actionable, reliable and up-to-date data.

Founded in 2012, Botify already has 6,000 clients in 25 countries, including a range of SMEs and major global enterprises.

Take a look at some of the other French startups on their way to Web Summit:  

Smart Wifi


Agora Pulse


Content Square





Reputation VIP



Smart Me Up




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