What is happening at Celo Connect Salon?

On Monday, 18 July, we will hold an Open House & Marketplace from 13:00 – 18:00. 

Throughout the week, the downstairs space will feature fantastic programming. Each day is  dedicated to different topics: 

  • Tuesday = Refi & Stable Assets
  • Wednesday = Social Impact & Local Use Cases
  • Thursday = Community & DAOs 
  • Friday = Pitch-a-thon

All details and registration can be found here. As we have limited capacity, admission is a first come basis; a ticket does not guarantee entry.

The main floor is our networking/co-working space. Come by for a freshly brewed espresso and chat with folks from Celo Foundation and ecosystem organizations. Capacity is limited here as well, so admission is on a first come basis.

Can I pitch a talk as part of the Salon programming?

The agenda for the week is set. We do encourage you to get a ticket and come by, as we’ve left time between sessions for deeper conversations and connection.

Are you hosting any parties in the Salon?

There may be a few receptions or parties. Keep checking CeloConnect.com for updated information.

Where is the Celo Connect Salon?

The Salon is at 8 rue Frederic Sauton – approximately four blocks from the EthCC conference venue.

I have a question about the event that isn’t answered here. How can I contact you?
Send us an email at events@celo.org, and we’ll do our best to respond within 24 hours.
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What Covid precautions will be taken at the Celo Salon?
It is currently not mandatory to wear a face mask indoors in Paris. We will have sanitizer and masks available at the Salon.

There are inherent risks in participating in the Event. Celo Foundation cannot prevent your exposure to, or the increased possibility of contracting or spreading, COVID-19 at the Event because it is not possible to prevent the presence of COVID-19, which is an extremely contagious disease that can cause serious illness or death, and which, based upon the current state of the science, can be spread by asymptomatic people. By attending the event you assume all risks of exposure to, contracting, or spreading COVID- 19, even if arising from the negligence of others.

For further guidance from the French government please go here.