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Help your employees become bilingual with SpeakShake

Manon Cabrol - 11-oct.-2017 10:55:02

Do you work for an international company? Have you always wanted to speak to colleagues abroad in their native language? SpeakShake is shaking up communication in the business world! They have also been handpicked to exhibit on the French Tech / Business France pavilion at Web Summit . Be sure to add Pavillon 4- Booth B503 to your itinerary to find out more about improving communication in the international workplace.   Naming the Paris Charles de Gaulle airport as one of its many collaborators,  SpeakShake continues to gain momentum in getting its voice heard in the technology and modern language world, after being carefully selected as one of the twenty new start-ups to represent France here at Web Summit this year. An online platform dedicated to improving oral language skills through 1-2-1 language exchanges, SpeakShake recently announced its ventures with Institut Français and Sorbonne University, by which it will be working to offer students of both institutions the opportunity to practise their oral skills with native speakers. After its incorporation one year ago, these partnerships are some of its most exciting projects to date.  Aiming to serve B2B and B2C customers alike, SpeakShake will proudly present at Web Summit  2017 its latest platform for holding bilingual conversations online between international colleagues, via 1-2-1 video-calling conversations integrated with technical learning aids for businesses to help corporations strengthen international communications through boosting their oral confidence in speaking foreign languages, developing their “business language” and team bonding. The company will also be celebrating its recent release of its mobile application on the Android operating system, with its application for iOS being released a few months prior. After having observed the rise in globalisation as being fundamental to the growth of organisations today, and by recognising that each international corporate brand is, in fact, an amalgamation of several cultures and practices spawning from various offices located around the world, SpeakShake’s CEO and founder, Fanny Vallantin, has launched her latest platform in acknowledgement of  the need to harmonise communications within an organisation and to break down language and cultural barriers between professionals. The company, founded in Paris in 2016, serves a large multi-cultural online community and currently offers its facilities in seven different languages. SpeakShake was voted the most innovative enterprise in 2017 by the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie Business Innovation Awards. Contact: Fanny Vallantin info@speakshake.com / +33 7 68 44 84 18 www.speakshake.com More infomation on the benefits of SpeakShake can be downloaded below! Be social: Facebook , Twitter , Instagram Find out more about the French Tech pavilion at Web Summit .


Blockchain at Web Summit

Manon Cabrol - 10-oct.-2017 16:14:36

Ledgys was handpicked to exhibit on the French Tech / Business France pavilion at Web Summit along with 19 others out of a total of 65 applicants. Make sure you add Pavillon 4- Booth B503 to your itinerary on Wednesday 8th November to find out more about their tech savoir-faire.   Who are Ledgys? Ledgys Solutions  is a French startup providing practical blockchain solutions, aimed at both business and mainstream audiences. It was founded in 2016 by blockchain and cryptocurrencies experts, coming from different fields of expertise: technology, business, and research. With their experience in the blockchain field, they designed Ownest, a traceability solution aimed at anyone in the supply chain, from the operator that traces the life of its products, to the customer who keeps their purchase receipt. Ownest by ledgys provides applications and APIs to brands and supply chain stakeholders so that they can create unique digital trackers on the blockchain with ease. These trackers provide proof of ownership for brands, retailers and customers as well as improving their traceability process, which help them save on paperwork, money, and product loss. Ownest apps give a solution to track the responsibilities for each contractor working across the supply chain. Each exchange is verified using open blockchains, thus giving a high evidential value, free of third parties. It creates a "hot potato" situation, where every relevant party will be willing to transfer the blockchain tracker and its material counterpart, so that they can transfer their responsibility. This helps to solve the problems of unreliability, gray markets, counterfeiting and counting. On the brand side, proof of ownership is a powerful tool that makes a digital link between the object and its warranty or insurance as well as between customers and online reviews of products, and more. Use Ownest now for your supplychain and customers. Contact Catherine Ryall, Business France UK:   catherine.ryall@businessfrance.fr Clément BERGE-LEFRANC : cbergelefranc@ledgys.io / +33 6 84 59 58 59 Quentin BARLUET DE BEAUCHESNE: quentin.debeauchesne@ledgys.io / +33 6 86 66 56 66   Twitter @ledgyssolutions


#ConquerTheSummit : French Tech shoots for the stars in Lisbon

Manon Cabrol - 03-oct.-2017 18:24:32

Bringing together more than 165 countries, 1500 startups, 60,000 visitors, 2200 journalists, 1300 investors, 1000 speakers and 20 startups on the French Tech / Business France pavilion, the figures pretty much speak for themselves for Web Summit . This year’s edition in Lisbon, taking place from 6th to 9th November , is widely expected to be the biggest yet. For tech companies, both big and small, it’s a chance to network, eye up the competition and meet investors. Last year, France was among the 5 most represented countries at the event, after the UK, the US and Germany. A jury of digital experts carefully selected the 20 best startups from a total of 65 to represent France at the fourth edition of the event. They will join the Business France Pavillon and will proudly represent La French Tech at Pavillon 4- Booth B503 . Read all about them below and do get in contact for any further information. Acorus Networks Acorus Networks ensures high availability of its customers’ infrastructures by protecting them against increasingly sophisticated denial of service attacks. @acorusnetworks   Botfuel Botfuel is a platform for developing chatbots for companies. From conversational trade to automated support, Botfuel lets you harness the power of conversations and AI. @botfuel   Braincities For the HR and finance industries, we develop an Artificial Intelligence with judgment and empathy capabilities that can collaborate autonomously with humans to help them make decisions based on data analysis and contexes. @BRAINCITIES   Brennus Analytics Brennus Analytics develops a SaaS solution to optimize prices for manufacturing and distribution companies that want to significantly boost their profitability.  @Brennus_A   Clustaar Clustaar, founded in 2013, is specialized in man-machine conversation to teach chatbots, robots and connected objects to have a conversation with customers.  @Clustaar   Data Respect Magush DataRespect has developed personal data management solutions for RGPD compliance as well as user consent management tools.  @MagushIO   Dreaminzzz Dreaminzz is the first hypnosis mask connected.  @DreaminzZzCrew   eJust eJust is a court that facilitates access to faster and cheaper justice.  @eJust_fr   Entr’Up Entr’UP helps you to set up and manage your teams according to the personalities, values and motivations of your employees.  @entr_up   Klaxoon Klaxoon is a platform that develops collective intelligence, at every moment and every place where people work together.  @KlaxoonFR   Ledgys Solutions Ledgys is a Blockchain startup, specializing in traceability and certification. Ownest, its award-winning solution at SITL 2017, enables you to trace and certify the entire lifecycle of a product throughout the supply chain (from its creation decision to the final customer and even the secondary market).  @ledgyssolutions   Nabl Nabl allows you to collect hot customer reviews directly from stores. We collect reviews 20 times faster than platforms like Trip Advisor. Once collected, we diffuse (or disseminate) the opinions on Google, on the site of our customers, the social networks, making a real tool of visibility.   Neotrope Neotrope is a Neuroscience and CogTech company specializing in Emotional Informatics. Our mission is to connect digital to human emotions.  @neotrope_fr   Pocket Result It’s an intelligent dashboard applications for all managers who need to drive their business and are overwhelmed by their data and their reportings.  @PocketResult   Quarkslab Quarkslab is a French company capable of providing sharp answers to complex information security issues. Its mission is to protect sensitive data from companies and organizations that face sophisticated attacks with bespoke solutions.  @quarkslab   Smarter Time What would you do with one more hour each day? Smarter Time is the artificial intelligence that helps us better understand and manage our time. Be more happy, efficient, and build the life you want at every moment.  @smartertime   SpeakShake SpeakShake allows you to improve your oral skills in foreign languages through discussions with native speakers from around the world. These exchanges by webcam / micro are assisted by playful subjects, on the culture and the actuality to progress effectively.  @speakshake   Tellmeplus Tellmeplus benefits from 5 years of research in the field of artificial intelligence applied to predictive analystics. Predictive Objects leverages Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to automate the production of predictive models, thereby strengthening the skills of human experts for faster and more accurate forecasts.  @TellMePlus   Tilkee Tilkee revolutionizes your way of selling by analyzing the reading behavior of your business documents !  @tilkeeapp   WiserSkills WiserSKILLS is a smart data HR start-up whose particularity is to make the collaborator actor of his professional career thanks to the self declaration of the skills and motivations and thanks to Artificial Intelligence.  @WiserSkills Come and meet this handpicked selection of French tech trailblazers at the Web Summit 2017, Europe’s largest tech event, from 6th – 9th November at the French Pavillion, Pavillon 4- Booth B503. For more information on any of the French Pavillion exhibitors or Web Summit , please contact: Catherine Ryall, Press Officer, Business France UK Email:   catherine.ryall@businessfrance.fr  /  manon.cabrol.int@businessfrance.fr And/or check out the French Tech/Business France pavilion website . #ConquerTheSummit #FrenchTech // no name originaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AM width 827 height 428 originaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AM width 1280 height 960 originaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AM width 1357 height 699


Shapeheart has shipped its magnetic armband and is now ready to produce the heart rate version

Laure Bidault des Chaumes - 19-août-2017 23:11:21

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That’s why Shapeheart has designed, patented and delivered the first armband with a magnetic case.   A new generation of armbands is emerging: armbands that allow people to access their smartphone at all time. But among the few mechanical systems on the market, Shapeheart is the only one to provide a magnetic system that has two main competitive edges: ·         First of all: the system is really easy to use; you can access your smartphone while doing sport without having to learn a particular gesture ·         Secondly:   its magnetic case (removable & touchscreen) just simply adapts to all smartphone sizes and protects your phone Simultaneously to this first launch, Shapeheart has successfully financed its next generation product: the cardio version of its armband with magnetic case. This armband will add a heart rate sensor connected via Bluetooth to the smartphone. The crowdfunding campaign has ended with more than 60 000 euros to finance the production of more than 800 armbands, that will come along with preorders done by major distributors. This connected version will empower the smartphone by adding the one feature that is missing: heart rate. The goal is to provide an all in one tool that will allow the user to work out with its smartphone and enjoy all its benefits (sport app, music, GPS, phone call...) at an affordable price. Given the growing number of new tracking devices for sport, Shapeheart is the smart alternative to smartwatches, which are often too expensive and inaccurate, or to chest strap which are way too uncomfortable (especially for women). Shapeheart has been awarded during CES 2017 by Runner’s World Magazine as one of the top product that might change the running industry. Allow the user to use its smartphone During the 300 tests that Shapeheart has led with its community, the reaction to the magnet system has always been the same: it strongly holds your phone and is very intuitive to use. It can withstand 30 times the weight of a smartphone while being totally harmless to your phone. The magnetic case is available in 3 different sizes that cover the entire range of smartphone sizes from 4’’ to 6.2’’. Turning your smartphone into a real heart rate tracking device Shapeheart uses an optical heart rate sensor technology that directly tracks your heart rate on your arm. It’s integrated into a patented silicone holder and is actually far more accurate than most smartwatches (there is no ambient light and motion artefacts are lower on the arm) “After more than 100km in 6 sessions, we have the following results: heart rate tracking on the wrist has definitely an average delay of 1 minute to be fully operational while Shapeheart armband and chest strap are immediately functional […] performances of Shapeheart armband came up to the expectations” - (Jogging International Review) With a 35-hours battery life, the device is designed for long training sessions and has a mini USB port that you can use to charge the device. Shapeheart is connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth and is compatible with all existing sport apps. You can also pair it simultaneously with Bluetooth earphones. Availability Shapeheart armband (w/o heart rate) is for now available in France, Germany, Austria and Switzerland at 49€ (44£) in more than 120 stores Shapeheart armband cardio is available for pre-order on Indiegogo at 79€, it will be available end-2017 at 99€ (89£). More informations : www.shapeheart.com About Shapeheart Shapeheart is a French startup specializing in the development of innovative armbands to improve work out habits and training routines. Antoine Schwoob is CEO and co-founder, Michael Weisz is COO, Nicolas Pham has designed the product. Shapeheart is incubated at “Le Tremplin” which is the sport specialised incubator of Paris&Co. In may 2016, Shapeheart has won FNAC Intel challenge and was selected among top 28 - IOT French Start-ups to unveiled its product during CES Las Vegas 17. Contact - EN : Antoine Schwoob : antoine@shapeheart.com // +336.70.94.57.83 Michael Weisz : michael@shapeheart.com // +336.76.62.46.43  


BONJOUR, the IoT Alarm with Personality

Laure Bidault des Chaumes - 28-juil.-2017 13:04:30

Holi announces BONJOUR, a sleek voice-controlled alarm that has the intuition of an AI device, anticipating and easing morning routine for the sleep-ly enamoured and slow to rise, and offering connectivity to IoT devices and services such as Nest, Spotify, Philips Hue, Sonos. BONJOUR is finalizing its development and has already seduced innovation experts and fans: - CES award 2017 - Over $880,000 raised on Kickstarter and Indiegogo with 6,200 backers - Accorhotels Vivatech Award 2017 Holi, a French design and innovation company, is unveiling BONJOUR, a smart, IoT alarm that upgrades the morning wake-up routine. BONJOUR is an AI driven alarm clock that combines sleek and elegant design, with an intuitive, easy and interactive UI. Through precise voice activation technology, wireless internet connectivity, app integration, AI intuition, and an easy-toread display, BONJOUR enhances your morning wake-up routine to go beyond the snooze button. With BONJOUR, you can wake up to your local weather, your favorite Spotify music, or your unique Philips Hue lighting configuration, all with voicecontrol activation and feedback. You set the conditions to which all of these services perform and interact with each other each morning while BONJOUR interprets each app’s information. With natural-conversational AI technology BONJOUR speaks and plans for the day ahead with you. The company has launched a Kickstarter campaign on October 25, 2016 and BONJOUR is available in Indiegogo InDemand since December, the 5th, 2016. Imagine what it would be like to wake up with BONJOUR. You could hear your favorite song, adjust the temperature in your room, and gently turn the lights up, calmly welcoming you to your day. But it’s not just mornings that can be enhanced; BONJOUR is well suited to just lounging around in bed, or for right before you go to sleep. All that is required to waken the potential of the device is the word “OK BONJOUR” “OK BONJOUR, wake my up at 7:00 A.M with Madonna only if it’s sunny.” “OK BONJOUR, what is the traffic like on the way to work?” “OK BONJOUR, wake me up one hour before my first meeting.” “OK BONJOUR, lower the lights and the temperature in my bedroom.” “OK BONJOUR, wake me up at 6:00 A.M on Sunday if the weather is good. If not, let me sleep in.” BONJOUR knows not all mornings are created equal. There are sunny days, get-stuck-in-traffic days, breakfast-fordinner days, and Saturdays. BONJOUR wants you to be ready for whatever surprises the morning has, with conditional wake-up commands and predictive, conversational responses. BONJOUR fashioned the familiar “if this, then that” idea into easy-to-use, conditional voice-activated responses to help you have the perfect morning. You will hear BONJOUR say: “I see that it is a beautiful day outside, wear something cool.” “If you leave now, it will take you only 25 minutes to get to work.” “Your garage door seems to be open. Do you want to check the security camera?” “Today is completely free in your calendar, you can afford to sleep in” “You didn’t walk much today, do you want to wake up tomorrow for a run?” BONJOUR combines modern design, vocal interaction and visual messaging to bring you a reimagined morning experience. BONJOUR is available in black and white. “At Holi, we have dedicated ourselves to improving sleep around the world,” says Grégoire Gérard the Creative Chairman for BONJOUR. “With a combined 50 years of experience, we have taken all of what we know about sleep and applied it to the least favorite, but most important part: waking up. In France we say ‘Faire la grasse matinée’, or to have a fat morning, but of course like most things, it’s sexier in French. Connected devices and design are in our DNA and we put all of our expertise and vision into imagining new solutions for better sleep and a more pleasant morning.” BONJOUR’s crowdfunding campaign can be found here : https://www.holi.io/en/our solutions/bonjour-ai-smart-alarmclock About Holi: Holi, the company behind BONJOUR, is a start-up that has already grown-up. Since its creation in 2012 and the launch of its first two products SLEEPCOMPANION and SMARTLAMP, the company dedicated itself to conceive innovative products to promote better sleep and great wake-up. To fulfill its mission, Holi combines a double expertise: iOT & sleep science. By gathering neuroscientists, data scientist, engineers, designers and developers, holi’s R&D department innovates to offer new solutions and create a new lifestyle where sleep empowers people and great wake-ups make great days. Watch a video of BONJOUR in action Find additional images of BONJOUR Press contact: Clotilde MATHIEU – clotilde@holi.io - +33 952 700 575 www.holi.io/en


15 French Tech start-ups head to IFA in Berlin

Laure Bidault des Chaumes - 10-juil.-2017 12:41:49

15 start-ups will be exhibiting their wares at the French Tech pavilion organised for the first time by Business France at the upcoming  IFA in Berlin. France is just one of two countries with a national pavilion at the fair, the other being the UK. This leading trade fair for connected devices, which last year welcomed 240,000 visitors and 1,800 exhibitors from around the world, will take place on 1st-6th September 2017. Selected from among 40 competing firms, you can meet 15 French IoT start-ups at stands 157a to 157q in hall 26a of of IFA NEXT , the new area devoted to start-ups and innovation. These French start-ups will be presenting highly varied product ranges in segments such as family tech, audio, smart homes, sport and accessories. Which French start-ups will be exhibiting at IFA?   FAMILY TECH: LUNII , MARBOTIC AUDIO: DIVACORE , PHONOTONIC SMART HOME: HOLI , BIXI , FENOTEK , UZER , SENSORWAKE SPORT: SHAPE HEART , VELCO ACCESSORIES: WISTIKI , XEE-LIOCITY     Savoir-faire for the future In the last few years, France has consolidated its status as a world leader in the connected devices sector, hot on the heels of the United States. This is in part thanks to its vibrant digital research environment including a host of innovation clusters:  Systematic (Paris),  CITC (Lille), IoT Valley (Toulouse) and  SCS (Nice). ‘ Cité de l’Objet Connecté ’ [IoT City] opened in Angers in June 2015 following €15 million of investment. In 2015, South Korean group Samsung opened a connected devices R&D centre in Paris. The structure of the IoT ecosystem is now taking shape and France is internationally recognized for its ability to launch technological innovations and find uses for the latter. For instance, one French Tech exhibitor, Sensorwake , previously won an Innovation Award at CES in 2016 and will be announcing an important partnership with a large group at this year’s IFA. Its CEO, 20-year-old Guillaume Rolland, first made headlines in 2014 when his olfactory alarm clock was nominated as one of the top 15 at the Google Science Fair. Another French Tech pavilion exhibitor,  Lunii launched their storytelling product for children at CES and since then thanks to crowdfunding, reached their target turnover within a year. They will be launching in the UK at IFA. "€4.5 billion worth of orders were secured at the 2016 edition of the fair” The above figure was duly noted by Foued Kéfif, who will be running the pavilion for Business France, the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy. “We gave priority to innovative companies that display genuine international development potential and which have the capacity to ramp up their commercial development so as to spark the interest of decision makers visiting IFA ,". He added, "retailers and buyers will head to the event to sniff out the innovations they will be including in their Christmas catalogues". Next stop, CES At the last CES in Las Vegas, although France had the third-largest international delegation (after the United States and China), it boasted the second-highest number of start-ups in attendance (200 at the 2017 CES), just behind the United States and a long way ahead of Israel, South Korea and China. These figures reflect the maturity of French Tech’s ecosystems, all driven by globally renowned talent, be it in the form of engineers, designers or mathematicians. It is also worth noting the record levels of funding raised in the sector: Devialet €100m (£88m), Sigfox €150m (£133m), Netatmo €35m (£31m), among others. Download a PDF below with further information on all the French exhibitors, visit the French Pavilion at stands stands 157a to 157q in hall 26a of IFA NEXT.   For further information about the French pavilion at IFA 2017, please contact: Foued Kéfif Business France - Project Leader Foued.kefif@businessfrance.fr     For further information about this press release, please contact: Catherine Ryall Business France (UK) – Press Officer Catherine.ryall@businessfrance.fr  / 020 7024 3613    


Biggerpan to launch Ulli, the 1st AI-Powered Web Browser at Mobile World Congress 2017

Laure Bidault des Chaumes - 21-févr.-2017 12:30:11

Ulli is a new web browser that improves and simplifies the mobile Internet navigation experience with Artificial Intelligence and one-hand design. Biggerpan  will be demoing its smart browser Ulli at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, between February 27th – 2nd March 2017, on the French Tech pavilion, Hall 8.1 Stand 8.1E49 of the App Planet area. Improving web browsing through practical design and the power of AI Ulli, the first Smart Web Browser for mobile, is now available worldwide on the App Store. After being part of the new Google and GSV Pioneer Accelerator in Silicon Valley, Biggerpan officially launched its smart browser Ulli for the iPhone, which was nominated 2016 Mobile App of the Year by Product Hunt . Making mobile browsing genuinely mobile 75% of Internet use will be mobile this year , according to Zenith Media. But have you ever tried browsing the web on your phone while on the go? It’s really cumbersome:     - The keyboard is tiny and we often make typos     - Multiple tabs are poorly handled     - Copy-pasting is a hassle     - It often requires using two hands With this in mind, Biggerpan wanted to ease the pain . “ The Internet and the smartphone are two revolutionary technologies that have radically changed our lives, yet they don’t work well together because the experience of the Web is not suited for mobility ,” says Biggerpan founder and CEO Eric Poindessault . “ Ulli is the first web browser that solves that problem. ” Ulli liberates the mobile web browsing experience      - Key browser features such as search results are always one tap away, making it easier to find what you want fast.      - Thanks to its innovative interface where all the controls are placed at the bottom of the screen, you can navigate with just one hand , saving you time and perfect for when on the go. Leveraging the power of AI for a one-tap experience Ulli further enhances mobile web browsing with its unique feature called the Magic Button . When pressing the Magic Button, a predictive recommendation engine powered by artificial intelligence analyzes the context of the current page and surfaces the most relevant information and purchases for you to browse. No typing, no searching, the Magic Button finds what you need, like a ’ self-driving Internet ’ for your phone. For example, if you are reading an article about a movie, you can press the Magic Button to read about the actors, watch the trailer or buy tickets online. Once you have bought your tickets, press the Magic Button again and you can find restaurants near the cinema. And finally, once you have chosen a restaurant, press the Magic Button to request an Uber to take you there without entering the address. This recommendation engine works with any other search or web navigation. Ulli creates a one-thumb web browsing experience that unlocks the potential of a seamless one-tap shopping on your phone.     In addition to its smart recommendation engine, the mobile browser also comes with a full set of advanced features , including:     - an ad blocker     - full screen mode     - incognito mode     - favourites     - a news feed     - a VPN (in progress) Download Ulli for free on the App Store . Visit  Biggerpan’s website for more information including a video.    ABOUT Ulli is a smart mobile web browser developed by Biggerpan, a French-American startup company with offices in San Francisco and Paris. Its mission statement is to build a brain for the Web, to allow a better integration of the technology into our lives, without all the pain and frictions that are found in traditional online activities. The iOS app simplifies web browsing on a mobile device and recommends the most relevant content and actions for people to navigate based on the context of their current browsing.      CONTACT /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Tableau Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; line-height:115%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Arial",sans-serif; color:black; mso-ansi-language:EN-US;}table.TableNormal {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-unhide:no; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 0cm 0cm 0cm; mso-para-margin:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; line-height:115%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Arial",sans-serif; color:black; mso-ansi-language:EN-US;} Biggerpan, Inc. Audrey Poindessault Marketing Director +1-415-231- 3674 audrey@biggerpan.com facebook.com/biggerpan.inc twitter.com/ulliapp Press Relations Business France UK (The French Trade Commission) Catherine Ryall, Press Officer +44(0) 207 024 3613 catherine.ryall@businessfrance.fr www.youbuyfrance.com/uk/  


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