LeWeb3 on Dec. 11-12 in Paris

TechCrunch is co-hosting this year’s LeWeb3 in Paris, France December 11th and 12th, an event organized by Loic Le Meur of SixApart. It is a two days conference to discuss the next generation web and mobile services, virtual games/communties, old and new media and other topics. Last year the event gathered 450 web entrepreneurs, key players and bloggers from 25 countries.

A great panel of speakers with a european focus has been gathered (Niklas Zennström/Skype, Martin Varsavsky/Fon,..) and many startups will be invited to showcase (you can register here startups wiki if you are interested). The program is online and will be updated as additional speakers join are confirmed.

A wild party will also be organized the night of the first day. Michael Arrington, Sam Sethi from TechCrunch UK and myself will of course be there. It will probably be the biggest or one of the biggest web event this year in Europe.

1000 participants, bloggers, VCs and angels, startups, journalists internet passionate are expected there. The conference is english. The registration fee for this event will be 300 EUR – about 380 USD (VAT excluded) if you register before Nov 11th or 500 EUR – about 630 USD(VAT excluded) from Nov 11th to Dec 10th. It includes also breakfast, lunch and attendance to the party. Registration is now open.

A blog has been designed with all the details of the event as well as a conference wiki.