Somehow, the conversation always ends up on which Silicon Valley companies are MIA in France. A week or two ago, Deezer’s Jonathan Benassaya posted this comment on Twitter: Opentable actually launched in France in 2008 and ironically their product didn’t take off – so I am told. French restaurants were too traditional to go electronic […]Read More Under the radar: Are some French companies hiding?
One of my first posts was called “A Letter to Silicon Valley” where I named 3 things in France that desperately need to be exported to Silicon Valley: SOS Medecins, the TGV and the Freebox. Add electronic ticketing to the list. I don’t care if public transporation is more popular in France than in the […]Read More Eticketing: What Silicon Valley is Bad At