Geraldine LeMeur (LeWeb)

Geraldine LeMeur is an entrepreneur and has been involved in several successful companies launched by her husband Loïc LeMeur. She has held management roles in their companies over the past 15 years.

In 2004 Geraldine & Loic founded LEWEB, now #1 European web event in Paris.

LeWeb brings together in Paris 3,000 entrepreneurs, brands, geeks, investors and press from 60 countries. According to The Economist, “LeWeb is where revolutionaries gather to plot the future“.

She leads the organization and production of LeWeb.

Prior to that, she served as Marketing director of Six Apart EMEA from 2003 to 2007.

She served as CEO for  RapidSite France, the first shared Web hosting company she co-founded with Loic in 1997. RapidSite France was later sold to France Telecom.

She also served as executive VP of B2L, one of the first Web agencies they created in France in 1996, with clients including Chanel, 20th Century Fox, and Mars. B2L was acquired by BBDO, a leading advertising group.

Geraldine is 39 years old, graduated in 1995 from SKEMA (Ceram Business School).
She resides in San Francisco with her husband Loic and their 3 boys, Arthur 16, Gauthier 14 and Gregoire 10.