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city of lights, sports, and tech

With complete objectivity, we think Paris is one of the most beautiful city in the world.

Paris is renowned for its architectural masterpieces like the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, and Notre-Dame Cathedral, the city presents a seamless blend of history and modernity coupled with charming cobblestone streets, tree-lined boulevards, and gorgeous bistros that encourages visitors to savor the city's culinary delights, a perfect blend of modernity and old-world charm.

Main Square
Image by Nicolas Hoizey

This year feels very special as Paris is hosting the Olympic Games, adding an extra layer of magic to its already captivating allure. 

The city's landmarks will witness a celebration of human achievement and sporting excellence in 2024. Paris stands ready to welcome the world to a spectacular convergence of athleticism and aesthetic during the Olympics.

One of Europe's top 3 tech hubs, Paris counts on various startups, innovation centers, and several softwares made in France, contributing to its reputation as a thriving tech ecosystem.


It is also home to Station F, one of the largest startup campuses in the world, which provides a collaborative space for numerous tech startups, accelerators, and investors.


Additionally, the French government and local authorities have been implementing policies and initiatives to support the growth of the tech industry in the region. 


DOTJS VENUE and location

This year, dotJS takes place in

Folies Bergère Theater,

32 rue Richer, 75009, Paris. 

The Folies Bergère was built by the architect Plumeret, on 2 May 1869. The house was at the height of its fame and popularity from the 1890s' Belle Époque through the 1920s.

In 1926, Josephine Baker, an African-American expatriate singer and dancer caused a sensation at the Folies Bergère.

The institution is still a strong symbol of French and Parisian life.


Metro Stop

By Metro / RER : 

  • Cadet Station

  • Grands Boulevards Station

  • Notre-dame-de-lorette Station

  • Auber Station

By Bus : 

  • Grands Boulevards Stop

  • Square Montholon Stop

  • Petites Écuries Stop

  • Le Peletier Stop

  • Provence - Faubourg Montmartre Stop

By Car : 

We advise you not to come by car. If you have to, the closest car park is Chauchat-Drouot ,12/14 Rue Chauchat, 75009.

More details about accommodation and transportation from airports to the venue will be provided soon! 

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