We are currently speaking with potential partners and sponsors for our 2014 event. Please email Julien Bengué if you are interested in joining us. FailCon France attracts over 200 founders and investors from around the Europe, all seeking solutions to potential failure points they may encounter. We are happy to work within your budget to help you teach our audience how you can help them succeed.

2014 Sponsors include:

Gold Sponsors

Salesforce.com is the enterprise cloud computing leader. Our social and mobile cloud technologies—including our flagship sales and CRM applications—help companies connect with customers, partners, and employees in entirely new ways. And thanks to the cloud, all of it comes with low cost, low risk, and fast results. Our 100,000+ successful customers tell the story best.

Orange Fab France is a three-month accelerator program that supports France-based start-ups with an existing product or service which changes the way people connect and communicate.

Microsoft BizSpark is a global program that helps software startups succeed by giving them access to Microsoft software development tools, connecting them with key industry players, including investors, and providing marketing visibility to help entrepreneurs starting a business.

IBM Global Entrepreneur is a worldwide initiative for startups. IBM wants to collaborate with and assist tech and software startups willing to build their business around the smarter planet market opportunity by providing support and resources in the areas they need the most. Through Global Entrepreneur, startups can get access to technology (software catalog, technical sites and consultants), people (mentors, sales teams, ...), an international network (local presence and knowledge of the market) and visibility (marketing and communication).

Event Sponsors

La French Tech encompasses a generation of forward-looking entrepreneurs who think globally but who are attached to their roots. It is a way of life, a way of doing business. La French Tech is about French savoir-faire. La French Tech is the standard-bearer for French digital stakeholders and communities abroad. Grouped beneath the French Tech umbrella, they can achieve enough critical mass to be seen as a global force to be reckoned with. It will then be up to each player to convert strengths into market share.

Eventbrite is for anyone planning or attending an event. We empower event organizers to become more efficient and effective when bringing people together. And people everywhere are searching Eventbrite to discover great events that matter to them.

The Digital Decision Makers is a 1340 members Non Profit Organization gathering stakeholders impacted / concerned by the digital growth. More than an "above-ground network" : a "glocal metwork" with local roots accelerating IRL (In Real Life) relationships between people, projects, ideas and investments thanks to ambassadors around the world. More than a "blabla think tank" : a "do tank" that shake, mix, share, co-organize, promote and spread ideas, events, people with associations, start-ups, small and big companies and all stakeholders (.edu, .org) interested in the digital growth. More than... one more other organization : a Non Profit Organization focused on helping digital growth and employment by organizing / delivering afterworks, meet-ups, conferences, white papers etc between all stakeholders. Motto : Let's break silos and move together!

Media partners

Maddyness is THE magazine dedicated to startups. In a year and a half, Maddyness has become a catalyst for new projects and the resonance of the startup spirit made in France. Press releases, surveys, interviews and complete records are available on our website with a strong prospective vision and a good dose of innovation.

La Tribune is a French financial and economic newspaper and the second economic digital editorial board of France with 2 millions of monthly unique visitors. It’s also a weekly edition nationally circulated of over 47,000 copies. There are 35 journalists at the national editorial board in Paris and 25 local and international journalists in 10 different regional editorial boards, working for La Tribune and its 5 associated economic magazines established in South of France. latribune.fr is available on iPad and Smartphone thanks to new apps. Indeed, it’s the most downloaded smartphone app for financial news. In addition, a daily digital edition is sent every evening to 20,000 subscribers. latribune.fr is also 10 local economic web channels targeted for regional capitals.