LeWeb has always been a slightly different type of web conference, some might say disorganised, perhaps as a result of its relaxed European heritage. Run for the last eight years inParis, this year for the first time LeWeb has bought its eclectic line-up toLondon, filling the Central Hall inWestminster with 1,300 people from 50 countries and some heavy hitting speakers.
The audience may have been international but the event kicked off in truly British style. We heard from Brent Hoberman, of lastminute.com fame and latterly made.com andPROfounders Capital, Jonathan Luff and Rohan Silva, advisers to the government and Number 10 and Eric Van Der Kleij, the CEO of Tech City. Read More