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French company Boccard expands its business in India

Purva Marwaha - 31-mai-2017 13:49:21

Boccard India celebrated today, in the presence of the Ambassador of France in India, H.E. Alexandre Ziegler, the opening of their new office in Chennai, India. Having a presence in the global market for almost a century now, the company has been offering global EPCM solutions to Oil &Gas, Power &Renewable, Nuclear, Iron &Steel, Breweries, Food &Beverage, Cosmetic & Hygiene, Pharmaceutical & Biotech industries. “Thanks to its excellence in project management based on its “Safety first, on time, on spec, on budget” commitment, Boccard is strengthening its position in Asia as a worldwide leader in providing Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) optimization solutions in the industrial markets” says Bruno Boccard, President and CEO, Boccard. The French company is a global partner for companies manufacturing in India and a solution provider to private as well as public companies in India. The opening of an office in India falls well within the initiative of “Make in India” & “Skill India” campaigns which are a part of nation building initiatives of the Indian government.  A team of 20 engineers has joined Boccard India and this new international Business Unit provides Boccard with a competitive position in the attractive and growing renewables (Biomass, waste to energy management, Solar energy & Geothermal) in India and South East Asia further enhancing Boccard’s position as a major player in the implementation of increasingly productive and innovative industrial plants. Skill development, technology & sustainability of growth related to the environment through the company’s initiatives will help raise the global competitiveness of the Indian manufacturing sector which is imperative for the country’s long term-growth and its transformation into a global manufacturing hub. To satisfy India’s ever increasing demands in the area of energy, to enhance capacity and in preparation for the upcoming construction of EPR reactors in India, Boccard has signed a MOU with Larsen & Toubro and are currently discussing technologies transfers and engineering/industrial joint venture. About Boccard: Since 1918 Boccard has been a major player both in France and throughout the world in the design and construction of increasingly productive and innovative industrial plants. Boccard, Ensemblier Industriel, is a global plant and process solutions leader offering expertise in Engineering, Manufacturing, Construction and Maintenance with over 3500 employees in 35 countries.    Boccard has been present in Asia for more than 20 years with subsidiaries in China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore and now expanding to India to provide more value to the projects in   India & South East Asia. This business is expected to offer additional solutions for both Renewables (Biomass, Waste to Energy, Solar and Geothermal) and Conventional Power, from Balance of Plant supplier up to full EPC offering complete range of services and support to its customers. 

Requirement for a Trade Officer in the Business Services Department of Business France – French Trade & Investment Agency, French Consulate General Mumbai

Purva Marwaha - 30-mai-2017 06:47:08

Requirement for a Trade Officer in the Business Services Department of Business France – French Trade & Investment Agency, French Consulate General Mumbai       Promotion & Management of the French International Main Activity :   Volunteer Program for French companies    -Promotion & Management of the V.I.Es or French Interns                                        employed in French subsidiaries in India Main projects :         -Market Access(legal,regulatory,setting up of businesses), helping the legal officer  -Administration, maintenance of utilities           Appointment date :May 2017 (Duration of contract : Indeterminate)                   Work                           BUSINESS FRANCE is the national agency supporting the Environment :            international development of the French economy, responsible for fostering export growth by French businesses, as well as promoting and facilitating international investment in France. It promotes France’s companies, business image and nationwide attractiveness as an investment location, and also runs the VIE International Internship Program. Founded on January 1, 2015 through a merger between UBIFRANCE and the Invest in France Agency, Business France has 1,500 personnel, both in France and in 70 countries throughout the world, who work with a network of public- and private-sector partners. For further information, please visit: www.businessfrance.fr     BUSINESS FRANCE EXPORT activity is mainly   -To play an advisory role, help French companies to find partners, commercialise their products & services and also to help them set up businesses in India                                                   -the    promotion    &    management     of    the    V.I.E-French International Volunteership program, implemented by the law of 14 march 2000, permitting French companies to hire  a young person upto the age of 28 years, to gain professional experience abroad for a period of 6 months extendable upto 24 months, renewable once during this period.   BUSINESS FRANCE INVEST faciliates & attracts Indian investments into France & provides support to Indian companies to invest in France.   The BUSINESS France team in India is also responsible for Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka & is composed  of about 30 experts présent in 4 offices - New Delhi, Bombay, Bangalore, Chennai and is composed of the following sectors of activities :   www.businessfrance.fr     -   Agro-business Dept -   Lifestyle, Consumer Goods & Healthcare Dept  -   Infrastructure, Transport and Industry Dept -   ICTs, Retail and Services Dept   BUSINESS FRANCE India also has a Business Services Team proposing Market Acces- Marketing & Communication and the management of the VIE program.   Activities:   Under the supervision & responsibility of the Head of Business Services Department, the Trade Officer will be incharge of the management & coordination of the below mentioned activités;                                                      Volontariat          International           en           Entreprise(V.I.E) (http://en.businessfrance.fr/international-internship-program) -promotion of the VIE program to big French companies, their subsidiairies in India and to large Indian groups present in France.  -management of the administrative formalities and communicating regularly to the VIEs on the security mesures that they have to respect at all times -regular correspondance with the officers of the regional offices of the Foreigners Registration Bureaux(FRRO) and the managers of the VIEs in France -organisation of seminars in different Indian cities to promote the VIE program  -respond efficiently & effectively by email and by telephone to questions of the VIEs,of the French & Indian companies and their HR Managers. -organise a Grand Prix VIE competition every year for the VIEs   Market Access - reply to French companies questions on market access, customs & regulatory requirements always in collaboration with the legal expert of Business France -generate sponsoring for Business France events, for our publications via advertisement pages  -recrutement of French companies for our individuel or collective programs via emailing & telephone    Administration -preparation of the monthly budgets, management of the office equipment(printer, coffee machine...) and stationary   -cash reimbursements and ordering required material -Incharge of the generic email, inde@businessfrance.fr        Required skills & - Graduation or post graduation in commerce stream or  a candidate profile :   degree/diploma in management   Work experience of about 3 to 4 years and a role in Human resources and Administration preferred.     Page 2 sur 3   -an organised approach to work and a target oriented personality to achieve both qualitatif & quantitative objectives  - a commercial approach, good interaction with clients and managing their requests professionally & efficiently within the stipulated time lines -             ability to multitask & meet deadlines, displaying skills of a team player, managing all logistic aspects during events and accompanying delegations whenever necessary. -             assisting the Head of Dept to gather information on resultats achieved by all the team members, summarize results,make power point presentations and coordinate with other members of the team to collect data -             good inter personal contact, ease while speaking on the telephone & ability to develop a network of good high level contacts  -             excellent knowledge of french & english both written & spoken with very good writing ability in both the languages.A good knowledge of Indian languages especially hindi -excellent knowledge of Microsoft ofice (Word, Excel & Powerpoint).   The nature of work involved is confidential & the selected candidat is required to take cognizance of & adhere to the same.     Contact :                  This is an immediate requirement.Interested candidates are requested to send their C.V & covering letter in french alongwith   their     salary expectations   to   shilpa.patil@businessfrance.fr 

La French Tech se met à l’heure Indienne

Julian HOARAU - 11-mai-2017 10:02:27

  Business France organise, avec l’appui de ses partenaires, lundi19 juin 2017,  unatelier d’information gratuit sur le potentiel dedéveloppement de la French Tech en Inde (développement commercial) et avecl’Inde (partenariats globaux, innovation, etc.)  s’adressant aux start-up et PME dela French Tech désireuses de prospecter le marché indien et aux grandsgroupes s’intéressant aux développements de l’Inde en matière de technologieset d’innovation.  A l’issue de cet atelier, vous pourrezégalement rencontrer -dans le cadre d’entretins personnalisés- nos experts aveclesquels échanger sur vos ambitions et valider votre projet Inde.   Horaire                                         Lundi 19 juin 2017 08h30 - 09h00 Ouverture et introduction - Invité d’honneur : S.E. Dr. Mohan KUMAR, Ambassadeur d’Inde en France - S.E. M. Alexandre ZIEGLER, Ambassadeur de France en Inde - Mme Muriel PENICAUD, Directrice générale, Business France 09h00 - 09h30 Table-ronde « L’Inde, levier de croissance pour la French Tech » - M. Albert SZULMAN, CEO, Be-Bound - M. Lionel BARABAN, CEO, FAMOCO - M. Didier LARRIEU, Directeur commercial, Kerlink Modérateur : interlocuteur à confirmer 09h30 - 10h00 (10 min par intervenant) L’Inde, terre d’innovation et de co-développements - 1 grand compte français faisant de l’innovation en Inde - 1 fonds de capital-risque indien ou incubateur de start-up - 1 grand compte indien 10h00 - 10h20 (5 min par intervenant) L’India Tech fait son «  Demo Day  » à Paris Sessions de pitchs de 3 lauréats indiens du programme « French Tech Ticket » - M. Anand KRISHNA, CTO, Czar Securities   - M. Mani DORAISAMY, Founder, Guesswork.co - M. Ketan SANGHVI, CEO, Intripper   - M. Anurag RATHOR, Founder, Zify 10h20 - 10h30 Conclusions : Pourquoi la French Tech doit s’intéresser à l’Inde ? Interlocuteur à confirmer. 10h30 - 10h45 En 2017, mettez l’Inde au cœur de votre business plan ! Présentation du plan d’action Business France Inde et de la seconde édition du French Tech Tour Inde - M. Thibaut FABRE, Directeur, Business France Inde Programme d’accélération et de financement par Bpifrance -   Interlocuteur de Bpifrance à confirmer 10h45 - 11h00 Pause-café de networking 11h00 - 13h00 (30 min par entretien) Entretiens individuels de cadrage de stratégie de développement en Inde Avec les experts de Business France et de Bpifrance.                  

Say Cheese with François Robin

Julian Hoarau - 30-mars-2017 14:24:20

  The best cheese in the world comes undoubtedly from Europe where artisans and big producers use their ancestral know-how to produce a wide variety of fine cheese. From French Camembert to Italian Burrata, the range of cheese is very diverse. Today, the dairy industry in the European Union is the most productive and the most successful in the world. Its strict regulations by the European Union and the CNIEL ( National Interprofessional Center of the Dairy Economy, France ), a privately run organization whose main objective is to promote dairy products and to facilitate relationships between dairy producers and processors, makes cheese from Europe, the best and safest products for the consumer.   The European Union & the CNIEL have several initiatives lined up to create more awareness about cheese in India, especially to showcase the wide & rich cultural diversity of French cheese. As a continuation to the promotional campaign of 2015, a Press event & a Networking cocktail of Cheese tasting of Vegetarian Cheese was organized on Monday 27 th March at Indigo, Mumbai for members of the media (food journalists, critics, bloggers and culinary specialists), food importers, chefs & restaurateurs.   French Chef François Robin who has been awarded Best Cheese Monger of France demonstrated exclusive recipes based on the available vegetarian cheese (without any animal rennet) and add a unique Indian touch to create fusion food, using the cheese as the main ingredient. All cheese presented and available for tasting will allow all Indian guests to safely taste and enjoy the best France has to offer.   Furthermore, two workshops for food bloggers will be organized on the 28 th March at Artisan, Sofitel, BKC Mumbai and on the 29 th March at Chérie , New Delhi . Following these 3 events, a major consumer promotion campaign with a series of cheese tasting sessions will take place at Foodhall and Hypercity stores in New Delhi from 30 March to 23 April 2017 .   Cheese consumption in India   Positive trends indicate that sales of cheese in 2016, are estimated at 23 billion INR i.e 60 400 tons & should almost double in value to 40 billion INR with sales of 100 000 tons in 2021.   Even though the consumption of cheese has increased by 15-20% in India in recent years, Indian consumption of cheese is quite low compared to world consumption (200gms vs 7kgs) but food habits are changing. This is largely due to the fact that disposable incomes are increasing & today Indian consumers are open to acquiring new tastes. Also traditionally Indians are big consumers of dairy products and cheese is consumed as a part of meals or as a snack.   France ranks 3rd as a supplier of cheese to India after Italy & Denmark, with a market share of around 13% and the consumption of French cheese has been steadily rising in India. Spreading awareness about the variety, textures and qualities of the French cheese is very important & an adaptation to local tastes is necessary to increase consumption since cheese is tasty & also an important source of protein.   Distribution of cheese & the regulatory environment is still a challenge, however the availability of imported cheese in gourmet stores across India and the innovations offered by companies are helping to develop the market.       About François Robin: "François Robin takes his first steps in the world of cheese by helping his parents in the Vendée region of France. This experience allows him to discover the secrets of making goat cheese but does not convince him to continue in this way. He then directed his studies on science and mathematics, but subsequently favored more artistic professional experiences (film festival, contemporary art center ...). Finally, the need to return to the source is felt, so he decides to enroll in a 9-month training center to prepare a Certificate of professional qualification of "Crémier Fromager". He began his career as a cheese specialist with Nicolas Julhès in Paris where cheeses, wines and delicatessen of high quality are found. Francois learns to tune the cheeses with the finest dishes while appropriating their history. These new skills permitted him to join the famous Fauchon delicatessen where he found his place in the cheese department, which he animates and develops in close collaboration with Hervé Mons, a world-renowned refining cheese maker and manages to create a real synergy with the other departments of the grocery store. He participates in the contest of the Meilleurs Ouvriers de France that he wins in 2011 from his first participation after only 4 years of experience in this field.       Cheese is divided into Four types:   Soft: Ripened from the outside in with a white rind, often runny at room temperature.   Examples: Brie, Camembert, Reblochon, Mont d’Or   Semi-soft : Smooth or creamy interior with little or no rind. Flavor ranges from mild to pungent   Examples: Raclette, Abondance, Morbier, Port Salut   Hard: Firm texture with tastes ranging from mild to pungent; easy to grate   Examples: Emmental, Beaufort, Mimolette, Tomme de Savoie   Blue: Green or blue veining caused by the addition of the mould penicillium roqueforti during production   Examples: Saint Agur, Bleu de Auvergne, Bleu de Gex       About Business France   Business France is the national agency supporting the international development of the economy, responsible for fostering export growth by French businesses, as well as promoting and facilitating international investment in France. Business France has 1,500 personnel in 80 countries throughout the world, who work with a network of public- and private-sector partners. For further information, please visit: www.businessfrance.fr and youbuyfrance.com.in   Contacts:   Julian Hoarau-Bouaziz Marketing and Communication Dept Email: Julian.hoarau@businessfrance.fr   Téléphone: +91 (0) 11 43 19 63 03   M obile: +91 837 689 50 05   Purva Marwaha   Marketing and Communication Dept Email: purva.marwaha@businessfrance.fr Téléphone: +91 (0) 11 43 19 63 06  

Manitou signs an acquisition deal in India

Purva Marwaha - 28-mars-2017 12:14:44

Manitou signs an acquisition deal in India   Paris - France - AFP – The French group, Manitou leader in all terrain material handling announced the acquisition of Indian company Terex Equipment Private Limited (TEPL) on Monday, with an undisclosed amount, in order to expand its activities in Asian countries.  This acquisition should be finalized by July 2017. TEPL is specialized in design, manufacture and distribution of construction equipment, mainly backhoe and mini-loaders, and recorded a turnover of 30 million Euros in 2016.   Manitou is interested in capitalizing on and developing the strong dealership network of TEPL as well as developping new products for Asian markets. 

Annual Report on Foreign Investment in France records over 150 Indian companies in France and 11 new investments from India in 2016

Purva Marwaha - 27-mars-2017 11:15:02

        Annual Report on Foreign Investment in France records over 150 Indian companies in France and 11 new investments from India in 2016             New Delhi, 27 th March, 2017 In the backdrop of the ongoing Creative France global campaign, Business France, the national agency for the international development of the French economy , recently published its “2016 Annual Report: Foreign Investment in France, the International Development of the French Economy”. The report reveals that there are over 150 Indian companies operating in France, where they employ more than 7,000 people. 11 new investments from India were recorded in 2016, creating or maintaining 171 jobs. According to this report, out of the Indian investments made in France in 2016: ·          36 % were in R&D and engineering activities; ·          27 % in decision-making centers; and ·          18 % in services to companies.   The Indian companies’ investments in France have been mainly in the IT, energy, recycling, aerospace and textile sectors. Some of the major Indian investment projects in France from the year 2016 include: - AEQUS (headquartered in Belgaum / Karnataka): After acquiring the SIRA Equipements plant in Besançon (Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region) in 2015 and saving 28 jobs, this Indian aerospace components manufacturer and solution provider confirmed it was hiring a further five employees in 2016. Aequs Aerospace is one of India’s fastest-growing precision engineering companies, and continued to further its expansion in France in 2016 by acquiring the SIRA Group. - ROYAL ENFIELD (headquartered in Gurgaon / Haryana): One of the most prestigious brands in the world of premium motorbikes alongside Triumph and Harley Davidson, Royal Enfield has set up its Western headquarters in Paris. It has opened a concept store in Levallois-Perret and an office for prospecting the French and European market. - ETOSHA (headquartered in New Delhi): This company specializes in the manufacture of fragrances, aromas and essential oils for the food industry, personal care and homecare. The company established its European subsidiary and creative laboratory in October 2016 in France, in the city of Grasse, for preparing formulations with French ingredients for the Indian and Middle Eastern markets.   Two Indian firms were among the winners of French Tech Ticket, a program designed for entrepreneurs from all over the world who want to create their startups in France:   1. GUESSWORK , an Indian start-up that provides a mobile app to connect customers to small e-merchants. Thanks to its incubation in Startup42, le Kremlin-Bicêtre (in the Parisian region), Guesswork has adapted its application to the European market. 2. DYMOND CLEANTECH , an Indian start-up which has developed an electrochemical solution for purifying water using diamond electrodes. Dymond Cleantech was incubated in La Paillasse, in Paris’ 2 nd arrondissement, in January 2016, where it benefited from technological workshops and co-working spaces to help it to reach its goal of commercializing its water purification processes not only in Europe but also in India, China and Africa. “The increasing interest in France of foreign and Indian companies and start-ups, such as Guesswork and Dymond Cleantech in 2016, confirms France as an attractive hub for innovation and creativity as a part of India’s expansion strategy in Europe. Indeed, with 100 000 engineers trained yearly, over 6 000 tech startups and over 200 tech startup incubators, acceleration programs, France stands among the leading tech-related entrepreneurship and innovation ecosystems worldwide” , said Alexandre Ziegler, Ambassador of France to India . In 2016, a total of 1,117 investment decisions – up 16%, with an average of 21 per week, representing the best year in the last decade – created or maintained 30,108 jobs (versus 962 decisions and 33,682 jobs in 2015). The number of decisions to invest at new sites in France grew 20%, accounting for a majority (51%) of all investment projects and 38% of all jobs generated (11,520 jobs). Foreign companies invested primarily in production/manufacturing and logistics operations, which accounted for 31% of all foreign investments in France (352 decisions) and 50% of the jobs generated (15,134 jobs). Ambassador Alexandre Ziegler added: “ With a 16% increase in investments in 2016 - that means an average of 21 investment decisions per week - the figures speak for themselves: France is an increasingly attractive investment location for foreign companies” . Key factors behind this success are France’s numerous globally recognised fundamental strengths: its central location in Europe, excellent communication and transport infrastructure, industrial skills in a wide range of sectors, high productivity, a well-qualified workforce and innovation. Thus, France continues to attract investment to ‘strategic’ business activities, and has now been Europe’s leading destination for foreign investment in the industrial sector for more than a decade. Innovation is recognized by business decision makers to be a driving force behind France’s attractiveness as an investment location, as is the thriving “La French Tech” ecosystem. In 2016, the 155 investment decisions in R&D, engineering and design, including 72 in R&D alone, confirmed this trend. This report seeks to shed light on the way the French economy is becoming increasingly globalized, and the trade and investment synergies that are fueling business development throughout the country. France’s strategic location makes it a natural export hub for countries throughout Europe and Africa. In 2016, as in the previous year, 30% of French exports were made by foreign-owned subsidiaries in France. To download the Annual Report, a summary and key extracts, click here   http://en.businessfrance.fr/discover-france/international-development-of-the-french-economy   About Business France Business France is the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy, responsible for fostering export growth by French businesses, as well as promoting and facilitating international investment in France. It promotes France’s companies, business image and nationwide attractiveness as an investment location, and also runs the VIE international internship program. Founded on January 1, 2015 through a merger between UBIFRANCE and the Invest in France Agency, Business France has 1,500 personnel, both in France and in 70 countries throughout the world, who work with a network of public- and private-sector partners. For further information, please visit: www.businessfrance.fr   Contacts: Julian Hoarau-Bouaziz Marketing and Communication Dept Email: Julian.hoarau@businessfrance.fr Téléphone: +91 (0) 11 43 19 63 03 M obile: +91 837 689 50 05 Purva Marwaha Marketing and Communication Dept Email: purva.marwaha@businessfrance.fr Téléphone: +91 (0) 11 43 19 63 06        

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Purva Marwaha - 27-mars-2017 07:49:15

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E n v i ron n eme n t de t ra v ail : L e s b u r e a u x B u s i n e s s F r a nc e so n t l es re l a i s à l ’ étra ng er de B u sine s s Fr a n ce , l ’ A g e n c e fr a n ç a i s e p o u r l ’ i nt e r n at i o n a l i s at i on de l ’ é c o n o m i e fr a n ç a i s e (1 5 0 0 s a l ar i é s , e n F r a n c e e t d a ns 7 3 p a y s) , a v ec u n e tr i p l e m i ss i on  : -   E xp o r t : a cc o m p a g n e m e nt d e s e n tre p r i s es f r a n ç a i s es s ur l es  m a r c h é s extér i e u r s et pro m ot i o n d es exp o r t a t i o ns f r a n ç a i s es ; -   In v e s t : pro m ot i on et f a c il i ta t i on d es i n v e s t i ss e m e n ts  i nt e r n at i o n a u x en F r a n c e ; -   Pr om ot io n - C o m m unic a t i on : pro m ot i on d e l ’i m a g e b u s i n e s s de l a F r a n c e à l ’ ét r a n g er à t r a v ers l a co n d u i t e d e ca m p a g n es du t y pe « C r é at i v e F r a n c e ». S’ a g i ss a n t d u Dé p arte m e n t E x p o r t de B u s i n e s s F r a n c e e t d e s é q u i p e s E x p o r t à l ’ étr a n g er, il s o nt p o u r v o c a t i on : - l e re c u e i l et l ’ a n a l y s e d ’i n f or m at i o n s s ur l es é v o l u t i o n s s e c tor i e l l es e t ré g l e m e n ta i r es d e s m ar c h é s exp o r t ; - l’ a cc o m p a g n e m e n t d es e x p o r ta t e urs et d es i n v e s t i ss e u r s f r a n ç a i s s ur l es m ar c h é s e x tér i e u r s ( d i ff u s i on d ’ i n f or m a t i o n , r é ali s at i on d ’ é t u d es de m ar c h é , m i s e e n co n t a c t a v ec d e s pro s p e c ts et p arte n a i r es p o te n t i e l s , re c h er c he d e d é b o u c h é s ,ca cc o m p a g n e m e n t e n m at i è r e d’ a cc ès a ux m ar c h é s ou de c o m m u ni c at i o n , e t c .) ; un s o u t i en s p é c i f i q u e é t a n t a p p orté a u x s tart - up, P ME et E T I à f ort po t e nt i el d ’ i nt e r n a t i o n a l i s at i on ;  - l a p r o m ot i o n d u s a v o i r - f a i r e, d e s pr o d u i ts et d e s t e c h n o l o g i es  f r a n ç a i s au tr a v ers de l ’ or g a ni s a t i o n d e p a v il l o n s F r a nc e sur  d e s s a l o ns i n tern a t i o n a u x , de c o l l o q u es t e c h n i q u e s , m a i s a u ss i p a r d e s ac t i o ns de c o m m u n i c a t i on d a ns l a pre ss e sp éc i a l i s é e . L ’ é q u i pe de B u si n e s s F r a nc e e n I n d e ( q ui a é g a l e m e n t c o m p é te n c e sur l e B a n g l a d e s h, l e P a k i s tan et l e S r i L a n k a p ar l e b i a i s de p a r t e n a i r es da ns c es p a y s) , e s t c o n s t i t u é e d ’ e n vi r on 35 s a l ari é s r é p a r t i s d a ns l e s 4 b u r e a ux B u s i n e s s F r a nc e d ’I n d e  ( New D e l h i , B o m b a y , B a n g a l ore et C h e n n a i ) .  Pl us s p é c i f i q u e m e n t, l ’ é q u i pe E x p ort s ’ o r g a n i s e a ut o ur de 4 p ô l es s e c tor i e l s ( A G R O T E CH, I n d u s tr i es & C l e a nt e c h , A r t d e V i v r e - S a n t é, T e c h & S e r v ic e s ) et un p ô l e tra n s v er s e ( S er v i c es a u x E n tre p r i s es : a cc ès m a rc h é , c o m m u ni c at i on e t re l at i o ns pre ss e, pro m ot i on et s u i v i d e l a f o r m u l e V I E ) .   Mi s s i o n s p rop o s é es :    1/ S o u s l e p i l ot a g e e t l a re s p o n s a b i l i té du Chef de P ô l e T e c h & S er v i c es b a s é à B o m b a y , l e/ l a Cons e i l l er ( e) E x p o r t au r a u ne r e s p o n s a b i l i té gra n d i ss a n t e d a ns s es r e l a t i o n s a v ec l e s e n tre p r i s es f r a n ç a i s es a cc o m p a g n é e s d a ns l e u r d é v e l o p p e m e n t s ur l e m ar c hé i n d i e n , a l l a nt j u s q u ’ à u n e a u t o n o m i e d a n s l a g e s t i on de s es d o ssi ers c li e nts et d a n s l’ or g a n i s at i on d ’ é v è n e m e n ts c o ll e c t i f s de pro m ot i on d u s a v o i r - f a i r e, d e s pr o d u i ts et d e s t ec h n o l o g i es f r a n ç a i s . 2/ L e /a C o n s e i l l er ( e) Ex p ort c o n tr i b u e r a - e n l i e n a v ec l e re s te de l ’ é q u i pe T e c h & S e r vi c e s - à p r o m o uv o i r l’ é c o s y s t è m e d e l a « F r e n c h T e c h » e t l e prog r a m m e « Fr e n c h T e c h T ic k e t » a u près d e l ’ é c o s y s t è m e d e l ’ « I n d i a T e c h » à B o m b a y (s tar t - u p , g r a n d s c o m pt e s , i n c u b at e urs et a cc é l é r a te u rs , V C s , m é di a s , e t c .). Ces t â c h e s s e r é a l i s eront d a n s l e c a d r e d e s m i ss i o n s g é n é r a l es i n c o m b a nt a ux b ureaux B u s i n e s s F r a n c e , e n a ss o c i at i on a v ec d ’ a u tres c o l l a b o r at e urs d u P ô l e e t é v e nt u e l l e m e n t d es p arte n a i r es i n s t i t ut i o n n e l s o u o p é r at i o n n e l de B u s i n e s s F r a n c e I n d e . C omp é t e n c e s e t p ro f i l rec h erc h és : In g é n i e ur e n in f or m at i q u e, té l é c o m m u ni c at i o ns o u é l e c tro ni q u e ( i d é a l e m e n t a v ec   u n e   d o u b l e  c o m p é te n c e c o m m e r c i a l e) o u d i p l ô m é e n co m m e r c e o u Ma n a g e m e n t. Une e x p é ri e n c e r é u ss i e de 3 a ns m i n i m u m d a n s l e m o n de de l ’ e ntrep r i s e  - et   n o t a m m e nt  d es   m é d i as   ou   d ’ I nt er n e t -   e s t e x i g é e. - P ar f a i te m aî t r i s e d u f r a n ç a i s et de l ’ a n g l a i s à l’ é cr i t c o m m e à l’ or a l , a v ec c a p a ci tés ré d a c t i o n n e ll e s . - A p p ét e n c e p o ur l es s e c t e urs d ’ a c t iv i tés e n p orte f e u i l l e  ( m é di as et d i v er t i ss e m e n t, In t erne t …) et l ’ i n n o v a t i o n . - Cu l tu r e d u ré s u l t at ( p i l ot a ge d ’ a c t iv i té p a r o b j e c t i f s) . - F i bre c o m m er c i a l e (p r e s t a t i o n s de s er v i c es f a i s a n t l ’ o b j et d ’ u ne f a c tura t i on a u x e ntr e prises f r a n ç a i s es ac c o m p a g n é e s ). - F l e x i b i l i té et c a p a c i té à tr a i ter p l u si e u r s d o ssi ers en m ê m e te m ps et d a ns d e s d é l a i s i m p o s é s . - S e n s d e l ’ or g a n i s at i on e t c a p a c i té à g érer d e s a s p e c ts  l o g i s t i q u e s l ors d ’ é v è n e m e n ts et d é l é g a t i o n s . - T r a v a i l e n é q u i pe. - T r ès b o n se n s du c o n tact et c a p a c i té à d é v e l o p p er u n p o r te f e u i l l e d ’ i nt e rl o c ut e urs pr i v i l é g i és de h a ut n i v e a u. - Ca p a c i t és à r e c h er c h e r , v a l i d e r p u i s a n al y s er de l ’ i n f or m at i o n . - E xc e l l e n te m aî t r i s e d e l a s u i te M i cr o s o f t O ff i c e.  Ce p o s t e s ’ a cc o m p a g n e d ’ un d e v o i r d e co n f i d e n t i a l i t é .     C o n t a c t :                          Dos s i e r   d e   c an d ida t u r e   ( CV   et   l et t r e   de   m ot i v at i o n   en f r a n ç a i s ) et p r éte nt io n s s al ar i al e s à a d r e s s er d ’i c i a u 30   a v r i l  2017 à :                                          M. 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