After leweb11 Paris and leweb12 London, the live Orange blog is confirming its enthusiasm for the flagship high-tech event organized by Loïc and Géraldine Le Meur, by taking part in Parisian edition of “leweb 2012” to be held at the Docks de Paris on December 4, 5 and 6.
Once again, we are putting together a team of bloggers-reporters to give you an insight into the event, through our articles written in both French and English. We have chosen eclectic profiles to give you a wide range of points of view, covering every aspect of the three days of conferences.
Catherine Ertzscheid is a new recruit who we are delighted to welcome to the live Orange blog. Founder of Nunalik in December 2009, she advises major brands with regards to their digital strategy and community management. She founded and runs the Nunalik.com blog and is also a co-author of “Le Community Management” (published by Diateino), a must-read book about social media. Catherine often intervenes as a trainer in top end universities and business schools (CFPJ, EM Strasbourg, EM Normandie, ESCP Europe…).
Stewart Baines is the co-founder of the Futurity Media agency based in London. Stewart will once again be crossing the Channel to be part of our team. A regular contributor to the live Orange blog, he was part of our team at leweb11 Paris, at the Mobile World Congress 2012 and on the blogger bus tour. Stewart has been writing about technology for the past fifteen years, with his main areas of interest being emerging technologies, social media and future developments. With a degree in Science and Philosophy, he studied futurology and prescience to postgraduate level.
Raphaëlle Laubie is also one of our returning contributors. Her most recent articles were published during the Women’s Forum 2012, and prior to that, at the Mobile World Congress 2012 and at leweb11 Paris. Rapahëlle is a French entrepreneur in the Health 2.0 sector and the domain name industry. Raphaëlle is also an Associate Professor at the prestigious ESCP Europe business school, and teaches at Paris-Dauphine University, where she is also currently studying for a Ph. D. Read more from Raphaëlle on her blog at http://raphaellelaubie.com.
Yann Gourvennec is the Web and Social Media Director at Orange and as such is the driving force behind orange.com and the live Orange blog he created. As such, he makes regular contributions to the blog, for instance on the blogger bus tour, at the Mobile World Congress 2012 and at leweb11 Paris. He also writes articles on his website (http://visionarymarketing.com) and for his blogs primarily focusing on marketing, the web, e-commerce, management and change management.
Alexandra Operto is the Web and Social Media project leader here at Orange, and the person behind our @Orange Twitter feed and the Group’s Facebook page. A specialist in social media, she ran the digital coaching sessions at the Orange corner at the last two Women’s Forums. She is a TV and a TV shows addict, passionate about social media and a SocialTV enthusiat ! She will be our photo reporter at leweb12 Paris and will post her snaps to our Instagram page @liveorange and on our Picasa space.
Céline Louis…a.k.a. me ;)
So there will be a team of 6 of us blogging on site, to keep you up-to-date with one of the world’s most hotly-anticipated web events. Conference summaries, analyses, interviews, photos, videos, and a taste of the atmosphere… each day we will be bringing you a wide range of content live from leweb12. Stay connected!