The French Pavilion (Stand E1090, at Earl's Court 2, in Central London) will offer a unique environment in which company representatives can discover new products and find potential clients and business partners. For the fourth year in a row, the French Trade Commission in London organises the French national pavilion at the trade fair, between 24 and 26 April of this year.
The four exhibiting companies will showcase a range of innovative products from the internet and digital-technology sectors. These companies are aiming to reinforce their professional contacts and explore new business opportunities between France and the UK.
Internet World, now in its 20th year, is the trade show of reference in the UK (and across Europe) for online business, from digital and mobile marketing to connectivity and hosting, and from e-commerce and m-commerce to social media and content management.
Companies on the French stand are listed below; further information about the exhibitors is available on request.
Today, searching for documents, images, products and services on an internet or on an intranet platform relies on the use of words that are typed, as part of an online query, or as per a set of user-selected criteria. Atonis has developed EYES©, an Intelligent Visual Search Interface that constitutes a powerful, flexible alternative solution. EYES© is a software suite that is highly parametric and non-dedicated to a particular application or market segment.
The EYES© environment represents visual information and knowledge software that utilise various model representations involving mapping as well as dynamic and multi-criteria research tools. EYES© offers a creative and powerful alternative to 'classical' data mining: it constitutes, in the words of the company, an Intelligent Visual Mining tool. In its current form, EYES© has considerable potential and opens up major industrial perspectives.
Compario is a leading provider of Cloud-based e-commerce software that converts a higher proportion of online surfers into active (and actual) shoppers. The company's technology helps to create and preserve customer loyalty, since its software assists customers effectively, enabling them to make the right choices.
Compario's software suite enables business users to quickly and efficiently deliver a superior buyer experience, through a combination of robust catalogue management, easy integration with back-office systems, powerful search technology, dynamic navigation tools, and user-friendly merchandising dashboards (adapted to business users).
LeGuide.com Group, an operator of online shopping guides, comparison websites, shopping search engines and platforms for consumer ratings, recently reached a total audience of 31.8 million unique visitors.
With, by the end of 2011, a team of 107 employees, LeGuide.com is present in 14 European countries through a multi-site strategy built around a brand portfolio that includes leguide.com, Ciao, dooyoo.com, mercamania.com and antag.com. The group lists 164 million offers from 74,500 e-merchants and surpasses 3.5 million members, while featuring over 8 million consumer reviews. LeGuide.com Group generated €28.2 million in revenue in its 2011 financial year.
Netwave edits Websales Booster, which won the E-Commerce Innovation Award in 2011. Websales Booster is a personalized product-recommendation engine that makes it possible to increase the conversion rate of the average commercial website (i.e. ensure that a higher proportion of web surfers turn into active e-shoppers). Additionally, Websales Booster improves the online navigation experience of internet users.
Websales Booster represents a step-change in the world of e-commerce solutions, based as it is on real-time situational analysis and inductive reasoning. Websales Booster constitutes a unique technological, technical and functional solution.
About the Trade Commission of the French Embassy in the UK
The Trade Commission of the French Embassy in London promotes trade development between France and the UK by offering a range of services to French-based companies. The New Technologies Department organises B2B events in the form of conferences and networking opportunities, mainly in London.
The Internet World trade show will take place at Earl's Court in Central London (UK) from 24 to 26 April 2012, between 9.30am and 5.00pm. (On the last day, the trade show closes at 4.00pm.) The French Pavilion can be found at Stand E1090 (Earl's Court 2).
For further information, please contact the Trade Commission in London directly, i.e. Ms Katherine Woods, Press Officer, or Mrs Teresa Marshall, Trade Development Adviser (see below).Mrs Teresa Marshall
Katherine Woods | UBIFRANCE
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