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A free LeWeb ticket for Tony Fernandez?

Tony Fernandez, our Madrid-based writer and founder of GroupJect, is trying to get into this year’s LeWeb Conference. He found out that the Silicon Valley Bank and Lepe Partners are giving away free tickets to entrepreneurs, but there are only a few more left. In order to get a ticket, the applicants have to make as much noise as possible to let the Silicon Valley Bank & Lepe Partners know why they want a ticket to LeWeb.

Technology-focused event LeWeb is back for 3 days from 7-9 December, 2011. Around +3,000 participants from 
60 countries are expected to attend, compared with the +2,000 who attended for the last edition.

Tony emailed them a week ago saying why he should get in. They never answered. So he decided to make a video as a follow up. While watching the video, you will notice how ‘upset’ he is. Here we have a message to Silicon Valley Bank & Lepe Partners: Please stop hurting his feelings and give Tony the ticket he deserves! 🙂 Enjoy Spain’s best male actor of 2011:

Speaking of events, do you have your ticket for the upcoming EU-Startups Summit yet?

Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr is the "Editor in Chief" of and started the blog in October 2010. He is excited about Europe's future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona (Spain).


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