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In just three years, Viva Technology has become one of the main events in the European technology business ecosystem. In 2018, the event attracted more than 100,000 participants: entrepreneurs, investors, corporates, ecosystem builders, government entities, and more. This year, VivaTech returns to Porte de Versailles on May 16–18 to bring together startups and established companies, providing a one-of-a-kind platform for professionals to conduct business and for the general public to preview new products and see how tech will impact the