Impending launch for The Place to Crowd, the flagship event of European crowdfunding organized by Financement Participatif France (FPF) on February 14th, under the sponsorship of Mr. Bruno Le Maire, Minister of Economy, Finance and industrial and digital Sovereignty.
More than 500 attendees coming from all over Europe are expected on February 14th in the 104 in Paris to meet, exchange, create partnerships and build tomorrow in the context of the European harmonization of the regulations.
Damien Guermonprez, President of FPF, said:
“The European harmonization of the regulations regarding crowdfunding is a major necessity for the years to come. It is about time the players of the field meet one another to plan the next few years. The Place to Crowd’s objective is to forge a bond in the profession at a European scale and to boost the expansion of the sector!”.
Florence de Maupeou, Executive Director of the association, stated:
“This event is an unmissable meeting for the crowdfunding ecosystem. At the time of the sector’s Europeanization, meeting and sharing experiences are the key to move collectively and participate in the evolution of the regulatory framework for it to be protecting the crowdfunders and a business facilitator for the platforms.”
The current list of speakers may be viewed here.
The program includes six plenaries:
– European harmonization of the regulation: what we should expect?
– Crowdfunding and renewable energies in the time of the European market
– Real estate: how crowdfunding is an answer to the sector expectations?
– European regulation: opportunity or constraint?
– Crowdfunding in the age of sustainability
– Crowdfunding, which innovations tomorrow?
– Development in Europe: feedbacks
– Taxation in a European context
– Identify and deal with the risks in crowdfunding
– Combining crowdfunding with European Funds
– The crowdfunding secondary market: myth or reality?
– Technology in crowdfunding: how to improve the user experience?
– Is the crowd too expensive to manage? Which role for institutional investors?
– Investor’s protection: the best practices
– How to scale your startup? What are the main intern transformations?
– Emergence of crowdfunding in Africa
About Financement Participatif France (FPF)
FPF is the professional association of the French crowdfunding ecosystem. Its objectives are collective representation, promotion and defense of players’ as well as crowdfunding ecosystem members’ rights and interests in order to increase the citizens’ part in the financing of projects.
More information on: www.financeparticipative.org
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Press contact : Florence de Maupeou, [email protected] / 06 59 93 50 92