Bring TC Disrupt to Paris!

This past weekend TechCrunch went to China for a Beijing-edition of TechCrunch Disrupt. The event seemed to be a huge success, and wherever TechCrunch goes, crowds of startups and an over-sized check for $50,000 follows.

On Facebook, TechCrunch posed the question “Where would you like to see TechCrunch Disrupt next?” Most likely just to get a little activity spike on their Facebook page, but I’d like to go one better.

The first commentor to spout off “France” was Timothée de Laitre, Entrepreneur and Founder of I say: instead of commenting on your own, let’s show that France has a united startup scene. I say: Like This Comment.


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Author:Liam Boogar

Co-founder of The @RudeBaguette, I'm a Californian native bringing you French startup news in English.

3 Comments on “Bring TC Disrupt to Paris!”

  1. November 1, 2011 at 11:28 pm #

    Too bad there is no permalink for comments on Facebook ! The comment has 12 votes for France, which is not enough yet : we need about 20 to really stand out of the 600 comments or so that the facebook post got !

    Timothée de Laitre (this is my name 😉

    • November 2, 2011 at 10:44 am #

      HAHA! I think I botched your name with Christophe LeMaitre’s! That’s pretty funny – sorry about that. Yeah, I was pretty impressed by the Finish representation.

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