Startup Weekend Monaco 2015

Monaco Startup Weekend 2016

Startup Weekend Monaco, sponsored by Microsoft, Google and a host of high-profile blue-chip companies, gave participants 54 hours to create a startup from scratch.

European Communication School

Vanessa Marcié lectures at European Communication School

Vanessa has been invited to teach PR & Branding at the European Communication School (ESC) as a regular guest lecturer.

I Love French Tech Côte d'Azur

Vanessa Marcié appointed Chief Comms Officer for French Tech Côte d’Azur

Vanessa has been appointed Chief Communications Officer for the organisation French Tech Côte d’Azur to help accelerate the growth of tech champions and attract further digital talent into the region.

DLD Innovation Festival Tel Aviv

DLD Tel Aviv: Innovation Festival 2015

Vanessa attended DLD Innovation Festival Tel Aviv to represent Team Côte D’Azur to meet leading members of the international hi-tech community.

Techmeetups

London TechMeetup: PR & Branding Masterclass

Vanessa speaks on “PR and Branding for Acquiring, Retaining and Growing Customers” at London’s Innovation Warehouse, August 27, 2015.

Vanessa Marcie at European Innovation Academy

Vanessa at European Innovation Academy Nice, July 2015

July 2015: Vanessa participated as a marketing mentor and speaker at Europe’s biggest start-up bootcamp, the European Innovation Academy…

Holition

Holition: Augmented Retail

Vanessa interviews creative services agency Holition’s CEO Jonathan Chippindale and talks wearable technology, Alexander McQueen and content for portable devices.

Hacking Happiness

Hacking Happiness: a platform for human potential

Vanessa interviews founder Sebastian Nienaber about his vision for a wellbeing and mindfulness platform.

TeamCotedAzur

Invest in Côte d’Azur

Team Côte d’Azur promotes the Côte d’Azur region to international markets and helps both new French and international enterprises set up within the region.

Startup Weekend Monaco 2015

Monaco Startup Weekend

Startup Weekend Monaco, sponsored by Microsoft, Google and a host of high-profile blue-chip companies, gave participants 54 hours to create a startup from scratch.