Eco Revolutions 2016 The keys to success

Le Point presents…

Le Point Magazine’s annual event EcoRévolutions will be held on the 10th and 11th of May 2016 in Nancy, France. Don’t miss out on this prestigiuos forum featuring some of Europe’s key Economic, Social and Business personalities as well as key speakers from all over the world, including Nobel Prize winners.

Provisional program 2016

Theme : The new keys to success
Date : Tuesday 10 may and Wednesday 11 may 2016
Place : Centre Prouvé, Nancy, France

10 may 2016

  •     2 pm :  » Les défricheurs « , Centre Prouvé
  •     6 pm : Ouverture de Forum EcoRévolutions 2016, Centre Prouvé
  •     8 pm  : Dîner de Gala, Hôtel de Ville de Nancy

 
11 mai 2016

  •     8:30 am : Doors open
  •     9:30 am  – 12pm : Debates
  •     12 pm : Presentation of the Hackathon’s 3 best projects and awards ceremony
  •     12:30 pm : Lunch
  •     2:15 pm  – 5:30 pm : Debates
  •     5:30 pm : Closing ceremony

 

Some key guests from past editions:

 

2015 – What if we try Freedom ?

  • Lech Walesa, former Polish president, trade unionist, philanthropist and human rights activist
  • Bernard Thibaud, Trade unionist
  • Nicole Notat, Trade unionist, president of Vigeo
  • François Lenglet, Economic journalist

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2014 – The Social Contract

  • Hubert Vedrine, former French Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Pierre Gattaz, French business executive, President of the Mouvement des Entreprises de France (Medef)
  • Shirin Ebadi, Iranian lawyer, a former judge and human rights activist and founder of Defenders of Human Rights Center in Iran, Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize
  • Elie Cohen, Economist

 hubert-vidrine pierre-gattaz shirin-ebadi elie-cohen

2013 – Succeed the future

  • Gerhard Schroeder, former Chancellor of Germany
  • Philippe Maystadt, former Belgian Minister for Economic Affairs, Minister of Finance, and Deputy Prime Minister, former President of the European Investment Bank
  • Franz Olivier Giesbert, Franco-American Journalist, Editor and Author

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Getting to Nancy, France

Train travel time

  • Paris –  1:30
  • Strasbourg  – 1:15
  • Luxembourg – 1:30
  • Dijon – 2:30
  • Lyon –  4:00

Car

  • Via autoroute A4 from Paris, Strasbourg, Berlin
  • Via autoroute A31 from Bruxelles, Luxembourg, Dijon, Lyon, Marseille

GPS

  • NS 48°41’18.755
  • EW 6°10’37.834

Plane

  • Aéroport régional de Metz-Nancy-Lorraine : 30 minutes from Nancy by car or shuttle leaving to and from the Nancy trainstation
  • Aéroport international de Luxembourg : 75 minutes from Nancy by car
  • Aéropôle Grand Nancy Tomblaine : 10 minutes from Nancy by car

 

Le Centre de congrès Prouvé

1 Place de la République – Nancy

Centre Prouvé

In the heart of the city, le Centre Prouvé is accessible by every means of public transport. There is a public parking garage with 455 places, just next to the TGV station and interconnection plateform  for Nancy’s public transport system.