CDE Blangis on vuonna 1999 perustettu perheyritys, jonka muodostavat jo pitkään markkinoilla olleet, kansainvälisestikin tunnetut alan yritykset Guitel , Norail , Interges ja dB Innovative . Kasvatettuaan toimintaansa pitkään Ranskassa ja kansainvälisesti, yrityksen toiveena on nyt löytää yhteistyökumppani Suomen markkinoilta. CDE Blangis -yhtymään kuuluvat yritykset Guitel ja Norail tarjoavat kattavan valikoiman pienrautatavaraa, pyöriä ja erilaisia kiinnitysratkaisuja rakennuksen ammattilaisille: - GUITEL on vuodesta 1918 toiminut, kansainvälisesti tunnettu pyörien- ja pyöränosien valmistaja , joka tarjoaa ratkaisuja esim. portteihin, sairaalatarvikkeisiin, huonekaluihin sekä erilaisiin kärryihin - NORAIL on vuodesta 1962 toiminut valmistaja, joka tarjoaa laajan valikoiman kiinnitystarvikkeita sekä erilaisia rakentamisen pienrautatavaroita, kuten STARBLOCK®- ruuvisarja Ohessa yksityiskohtaisemmat yritys- ja tuote-esittelyt . Jos teille herää kysymyksiä yrityksestä tai sen tuotteista, voitte olla yhteydessä sähköpostitse osoitteessa firstname.lastname@example.org – annan mielelläni lisätietoja asiaan liittyen.
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There are several international trade shows coming up in the Paris region in the following weeks. Please see below for the listing: BIJORHCA January 22 – 25 2016 - Paris Porte de Versailles BIJORHCA : The only international trade show for fine and fashion jewellery, watches and technical industries in France Official website : www.bijorhca.com MAISON&OBJET January 22 – 26 2016 - Paris Nord Villepinte MAISON&OBJET : The major event for professionals working in the interior design and decoration sector The trade show is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year! Official website : www.maison-objet.com/en/paris PLAYTIME January 24 – 26 2016 – Parc Floral de Paris PLAYTIME : The international children’s & maternity trade show Official website : www.playtimeparis.com/en PREMIERE VISION February 16 – 18 2016 - Paris Nord Villepinte PREMIERE VISION : The global event for professionals in the fashion industry Official website : www.premierevision.com EUROPAIN & INTERSUC February 5 - 9 2016 - Paris Nord Villepinte EUROPAIN & INTERSUC : The national and international event in the world of bakery-pastry Official website : http://europain.com/-en
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MAISON&OBJET: the multicultural crossroads of contemporary living MAISON&OBJET welcomes exhibitors and visitors from around the world and showcases a high-quality international offer. The fair enables B2B meetings and exchanges and highlights excellence and innovation the best of creativity. MAISON&OBJET: the event for professionals MAISON&OBJET is the major event for professionals working in the wide array of interior design and decoration sectors. The fair brings together a complete catalogue products and offerings: Decoration, design, furniture, accessories, textiles, fragrances, the world of children, tableware… amongst others! The styles coexist in a multifaceted way, through the inventive layout of the fair which enlivens the space. This extraordinary diversity is in line with the varied expectations of global markets. Site officiel Organize your trip
BIJORHCA PARIS is the must-attend international event for all professionals in the sector of Fine and Fashion Jewellery, Watches and Technical Industries. Twice a year, it allows almost 13 000 buyers from all around the world to discover more than 500 exhibitors and brands and their latest collections and to preview the season’s trends. BIJORHCA PARIS : The fashion trends area The January 2016 edition of BIJORHCA PARIS will once again feature the must-visit fashion jewellery area: “Fashion Trends”, designed by Elizabeth Leriche. Spring–Summer 2016 celebrates femininity and romanticism with the theme “Sensuelle Romance”, while “Géométrie variable” is all about colour and geometric shapes. “Escale exotique” and “Terre de soleil” transport us back to nature’s lush and vivid surroundings, in search of our ancestral roots. This summer season sees a blossoming of creative, feminine styles. BIJORHCA PARIS : It is a unique and welcoming place in the heart of Paris, the capital of fashion. Information on the September 2015 edition Official website Organize your trip Order your badge
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The French Nautical Industries Federation (FIN) aims at defending, representing and promoting the different sectors of the French nautical industries both at home and abroad. The FIN currently has more than 600 members, representing more than 80% of the industry’s turnover. In contact with the authorities at the regional, national, and European level, the French Nautical Industries Federation assists and advises companies in a number of domains: legal, social, economic and technical, and plays a role in providing information to the public and media. At the international level, the FIN is a founder of the European Boating Industry. Founded in June 2009 and based in Brussels (Belgium), European Boating Industry represents the interests of the European leisure marine industry and its members. The Federation owns the Paris International Boat show, Cannes International Boat and Yacht Show, and Maritima, the trade show dedicated to the maritime and coastal economies. The FIN also runs coordinated actions, in partnership with Ubifrance, to facilitate the presence of its members in major or rapidly growing international boat shows. In addition, the FIN supports the Grand Pavois de La Rochelle and is also behind events such as the National get afloat weekend (Fête du Nautisme), contributing to the development and practice of water-based recreational activities. At environmental level, the FIN initiates several actions which objective is to insert environmental preoccupation throughout the boat life cycle, in particular through its Bateau bleu Program. At the start of 2009, the French Nautical industries Federation created the Association for eco responsible pleasure boating (APER) which mission is to organise and run the setting up of the French network for dismantling and recycling pleasure craft that have reached the end of their useful lives. HEAD OFFICE FEDERATION DES INDUSTRIES NAUTIQUES FRENCH NAUTICAL INDUSTRIES FEDERATION Port de Javel Haut • 75015 PARIS • France Tel. +33 (0)1 44 37 04 00 • Fax. +33 (0)1 45 77 21 88 email@example.com source : http://www.fin.fr/frameset.asp?langue=gb Clic here for more information about French companies
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The field of technical innovation for medical devices in France is made of hundreds of startup, small and medium companies. But not big ones yet. « Medium companies are today’s France real champions (like Vygon ), and we also have very innovative small companies (like Eos Imaging or Mauna Kea Technologies )», tells Florent Surugue, SMEs and economic development manager at Snitem in this interview with Business France Radio. Founded in 1987, Snitem is the first professional organisation representing the French medical devices and technological innovation market, carrying between 85 and 100% of the market in terms of turnover, bringing all together more than 375 companies, defending their interests on the market and helping them develop abroad. « This market is mostly made of small and medium companies (89% of companies are under 250 people within the members of Snitem) », as Florent Surugue recalls in this interview. And his dream is to see these startups grow into small then medium than large businesses. How could they do that? French companies’ main assets are their capacity «to develop very innovative products » and Florent Surugue is convinced that they « have the ability to show that they can create a strong value » to the French and global market. But according to him, the French market is very hard to enter right now due to strong barriers in terms of market access and these startups should start looking for a development abroad very soon in their development process. Further information : SNITEM
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Biotechnology in France
Even though biotechnologies may be a recent sector of business activity, France has succeeded in developing real know-how that is gaining international recognition.
When it comes to biotechnologies, the French are cutting edge. According to Leeme, the federation of French medical companies, today France numbers 388 biotechs in the health field in France. Biotech France, another French association for biotech companies, indicates that a third of these companies have been in existence for over 10 years. Yet the number of creations in this field is exponential. To get an idea, 50 companies were started in 2012. Unheard of! Proof that there is a real entrepreneurial effervescence when it comes to this research in France.
Young start-ups for the most part, French biotechs are mainly Small Medium sized companies. Only 4% of them have over 100 employees. On average, they employ 22 people. As to the type of activity, most of the French companies specialized in human sciences with therapeutic products are concentrated on cancer treatments. “The French have developed a full-fledged know-how on cardio-vascular devices, infectious diseases, dermatology, blood diseases and for surgery,” explains Yves Germani, Ubifrance’s manager for the health sector in North America.
French enterprises don’t just do research; they discover!
Altogether, the French biotech industry generated 261 Million Euros in turnover in 2011, compared with 186 Million in 2010. As for companies on the stock market, they generate 369 Million Euros in turnover. Concerning the pipeline, the expression used to indicate the number of molecules being developed, France is 4rth, behind the United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland and Israel. Quite a solid ranking, but which should nevertheless be improved.
When their results are examined in detail, we see that depending on the stage of development, French companies create more products in the pre-clinic phase, in other words, all those that have been carried out before the clinical trial with patients, which is completely logical. Between the start of development on a new medicine, a molecule and its release on the market can sometimes take up to 10 years. Unfortunately, the consequence of this is that a number of products fall by the wayside. To be noted, however, is one undeniable fact: since 2008, French companies have sold more and more products. To put it another way, as Yves Germani points out, French companies don’t just do research; they discover!”
An increase of 63% in investment
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