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WHO’S NEXT TRADESHOW

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WHO’S NEXT is the main fashion trade show in Europe organised twice a year in January and September at the Porte de Versailles in Paris.

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NUMA PARIS’S FASHION TECH WEEK

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NUMA (whose name is a play of words : Numérique + Humain = Digital + Humane in French) is a unique innovation model a truly French exception. As part of its work for young startups, the NUMA promotes the emergence of Fashion Tech through a session of conferences, panels and exhibitions twice a year.

Paris


PARIS FASHION TECH SHOWROOM & the French association La Fashion Tech

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An organization that seeks to bring together the ecosystem of fashion and technology in a sustainable development perspective.

Paris


InterlaceD.CO

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Interlaced is an organization dedicated to inspire, educate and communicate the developments around the next wave of fashion, creating a platform for curious minds. Through insightful events, industry reports, educational activities and news content, Interlaced bridges the gap between the industry, academia and the wider public by bringing them together and acting as a catalyst for consumer adoption of smart fashion.

London • New York • Paris


MightyThings.co

Mighty Things is a global strategy and innovation company. We advise leaders and their organizations to adapt faster to the realities of the connected world. Our projects focus on consumer-connected devices, wearable technology, mobility and the Industrial Internet of Things.

Los Angeles • New York • Paris • Shanghai


wOrldconnected.fr

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Worldconnected is a blog specialized in the connected objects, drones, 3D-printing and other futurist technologies.

Paris


TechGirl.co.za

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Tech Girl is about Gadgets, about Glamour, about the occasional Giggle… but most importantly Tech Girl is about its readers. It’s a space on the internet that speaks to women, to girls, to moms… We have different demands to our male counterparts when it comes to apps or smartphones and most importantly, we don’t take ourselves nearly as seriously as “tech savvy men”. We caught on a while back that technology is meant to make life easier but also be fun.

Johannesburg