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MWC 2018: French mobile and telecoms tech out in force in Barcelona

Letizia Zitoli - 20-févr.-2018 11:09:20

  The French Tech Pavilion will be the largest national pavilion at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), with an exhibition space of more than 615sq m. It will be spread over 4 areas in Hall 5 (5B21, 5B41, 5B61, 5B71) and 2 areas in Hall 8.1 (8.1D41 and 8.1E49) in the ‘App Planet’ zone.   It is the 12th consecutive year that Business France, the agency responsible for supporting the international development of the French economy, will be organising the French Tech pavilion at MWC. France has a strong history in all that is mobile. For instance, today 99% of French companies have access to superfast broadband. Furthermore, on 30 th June last year, 73.5m sim cards were in use across the Channel (source ARCEP/DGE). Over 100 start-ups, SMEs, French regions and competitiveness clusters will be exhibiting on the French Tech pavilion The exhibitors come from across the spectrum of telecoms: mobile apps, telecom infrastructure, mobile marketing and advertising, mobile games and accessories, engineering services and financial services to name a few. ART-Fi SAR measurement solution designer aimed at helping clients reduce their development and production costs ART-MAN, its flagship product, tests wireless electronic devices in seconds and determines users’ level of exposure to electromagnetic waves Clients include: mobile phone manufacturers, telecommunication agencies and operators, as well as test laboratories   PLUSSH develops customised B2B solutions for live stream HD video broadcasting Clients include Orange, Carrefour, La Poste, Société Générale and Crédit Agricole Award-winning: won La Poste group’s French IOT competition in 2015, start-up of the year 2016 at the Video Online Paris awards and most promising start-up of the year at the Business France Awards at MWC 2016 Raised over €1m in fundraising round in May 2017   LEDGER Security and infrastructure solutions for cryptocurrency and blockchain apps Continuing to develop a variety of products and services to safeguard cryptocurrency assets for business, including the Ledger hardware wallets line already available in 165 countries Founded in 2014, raised $75m in January 2018   REACH FIVE Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM) solution The solution offers companies the profile analysis tools needed for omnichannel and cross-device customer knowledge to harness the potential of data in implementing customised marketing strategies Major brands such as Boulanger, Etam, Allianz, West-France, Intersport, SFR, Engie are already working with Reach Five In 2017, ReachFive raised €2m from major industrial groups and investment funds and won the ‘start-up of the year’ award from the Institut du Commerce Connecté (ICC)   BIGGERPAN Predictive artificial intelligence engine for mobile Anticipates the needs of smartphone users: no need to search manually Ulli, its smart web browser nominated as Mobile Application of the Year 2016 by Product Hunt Biggerpan has since launched pilots with mobile phone manufacturers to integrate its predictive engine into the next generations of smartphones The French exhibitors supported by Business France have caught the eye of major groups such as Huawei, Bharti Airtel, Samsung, Telefonica, ZTE and Etisalat with whom Business France has set up B2B meetings.   For further information and the complete list of French Tech pavilion exhibitors, visit the Business France MWC website. Contact: Fayssal Majid, Head of Tech operations - Digital Technologies Department, Business France     Business France UK Catherine Ryall, Press Officer / + 44(0) 207 024 3613     About Business France Business France is the French agency responsible for supporting the international development of the French economy. It is responsible for fostering export growth by French businesses as well as promoting and facilitating international investment in France. It promotes the economic image and attractiveness of France, its companies and regions. It runs and develops the V.I.E. international internship program.   For more information, please visit:  

Smoove: new supplier for Paris cycle hire scheme with e-bike launch

Letizia Zitoli - 07-févr.-2018 15:40:56

After Marrakesh, Helsinki, Moscow, Vancouver and many more, Smoove  is now the official supplier of the Vélib’ network across the Paris region. Following a 3-month  pilot scheme at Kingston University  in London, the French capital is also where the firm is launching their new flagship product: shared electric assisted bikes. Smoove already runs public bike share schemes in 28 cities and 14 countries including a scheme in Slough  that they’ve run for the past 4 years. This year some 24,000 bikes and 1,400 stations will be rolled out in Paris. Around 30% of the bikes will be electric with a ‘Smoove box’ battery in the frame and a motor incorporated into the front wheel. 7,500 electric bicycles will help users to conquer Paris’ steep hills, get around the French capital and 68 spots surrounding the city.  A revolutionary service: electric and connected bikes For almost a decade, French firm Smoove has been offering innovative, smart and connected bike-sharing solutions to support the development of sustainable mobility and to contribute to making our cities greener. Once fitted with a ‘Smoove box’, the bike becomes smart and connected. There are various options for users to hire bikes: A preregistered RFID smartcard Smartphone app or with a secure code The Smoove box serves as a comprehensive information system including operations management, customer monitoring, operational reporting and more. Triple patented security system The embedded technology spells the end of saturated docking stations, because it allows users to park bikes even if no spaces are available, thanks to the ‘overflow’ feature. Docking stations not only lock the electric bicycles securely in place but also recharge their batteries. For security, all bikes are fitted with a Neiman steering lock as well as a cable incorporated into the handlebars to block steering. Optimal management of public spaces Smoove also supplies the high-density docking stations, requiring very little civil engineering work to install. The city and the operator retain the full control over the deployment and layout of their network, and are free to adjust the system to ensure optimal management of public spaces and smooth traffic flows. Robust equipment for public use in urban spaces Bikes are ultra-secure, tough and designed for optimal user comfort with: 26-inch wheels with puncture-proof tires double-wall aluminium frame and rims with tamper-resistant wheel nuts. a comfortable adjustable saddle customised front basket By the end of 2018, Smoove will supply more than 30,000 smart bikes worldwide. It takes 30 minutes to convert a manual bike into an e-bike: the addition of a Smoove box battery in the frame and motor into the front wheel. The French company is set to become the world leader in shared e-bike systems integrated into urban mobility networks, contributing to reduced CO 2 emissions. For more information about Smoove : Facebook:  Smoove SAS Twitter:  @Smoove_Off YouTube:  Smoove SAS For more information about this press release, please contact: Catherine Ryall Press Officer, Business France UK  / +44(0)20 7024 3613  

France’s EdTech trailblazers at Bett 2018

Catherine Ryall - 22-janv.-2018 17:18:55

From 24 th – 27 th January 2018, London will host Bett , a worldwide beacon for education technology. Nearly 40,000 visitors are expected, hailing from more than 130 countries. France’s know-how on display at the French Pavilion (C100) 24 French companies  (start-ups, SMEs and major corporations) will be there to unveil their solutions and services in eLearning, content platforms, on-line assessment applications (eAssessment), MOOCs, cooperation tools, classroom management, new learning and student monitoring solutions, serious games, and more. The French EdTech scene is active, for instance according to Deloitte : 100 new startups or associations have been created since 2015, and more than 200 since 2010 Worth €180 billion each year (€150 billion in schools and universities + €30 billion in professional training) The companies that will be showcasing their EdTech solutions on the French Pavilion are: Avitice  Solutions, Bayard Presse, CIEP, ARTE France Développement, Educlever, Edumedia, English Attack, Humensis – Belin Education, IA France, Institut Français, ITOP Education, Kalyzee, Learnenjoy, Dytrikardi, Kidscode, Learn & Go, Limouzik, Marbotic, Milliweb, Open Digital Education, Qwant Junior, Rapidmooc, Speakshake, SPN, Tralalere and Milliweb. The exhibitors will demo their solutions for the duration of the 4-day event. ‘Being part of Bett Show is a unique experience for exhibiting companies, offering them the chance to meet with teachers, heads of institutions, and Ministerial decision-makers from different countries, learn what international competitors are offering, and benefit from feedback. High-level French decision-makers will be making the trip specially to attend the exhibition, and will also be at the Pavilion’, stated Amina Sambou, in charge of organising the French Tech Pavilion. About the French Pavilion at Bett 2018 The French Pavilion is being organised by Business France , the French export-support agency, in partnership with the French Association of Digital Industries for Education and Training (Afinef) with the support of the French Ministry for Education and the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs. Meet 24 French-based companies at the Bett show on the French Pavilion ( Stand C100) . A full list of contacts is available upon request. For more information about the show, visit the Bett site. For more information on this press release and the French exhibitors, please see the catalogue or contact: Amina Sambou Business France UK Catherine Ryall, Press Officer Tel: + 44(0) 207 024 3613 Website:

Straight from CES, French EdTech cluster to exhibit at Bett Show

Catherine Ryall - 16-janv.-2018 13:46:02

The RéSeau des Professionnels du Numérique (SPN) [digital professionals network], which brings together more than 180 French digital firms, will be at the Bett Show for the first time this year, taking a delegation of member companies with them. They will exhibit on stand C100 in the French Tech pavilion powered by Business France . The Bett Show , the major annual international digital education gathering held in London, will take place from 24 th to 27 th January 2018 . The SPN cluster, an accredited French Tech organisation, has launched an international action plan for stakeholders in digital education and training in France. With a strong and active presence in the high tech innovation hub that is the Nouvelle Aquitaine region in the south-west of France, the SPN has been tasked with identifying new projects and promoting the French EdTech scene since its creation in 2001. The French members of the SPN present at the Bett Show : Limouzik has developed a musical web application for education that transforms any connected object into live polyphonic instruments. Limouzik’s founding philosophy is to make music practice accessible to as many people as possible. By allowing users to reproduce, as you would with a guitar, a wide repertoire with everything from classical to pop, folk and more. The startup helps users to become the musicians that they have always wanted to be using its patented technology. Bringing a touch of that je ne sais quoi to digital education    ‘ We are taking part in the Bett Show this year because it is the most important show in the digital education sector which allows international acceleration. Our exhibitors are all owners of innovative projects around the theme of digital education. They will find a friendly area for meetings and exchanges with visitors looking for innovations ’, says Fabien Audat, who is in charge of the SPN delegation exhibiting at the show. Visit the SPN ’s website to find out about their work and the companies they bring together Come and meet them on stand C100 on the French Tech pavilion at the Bett Show. For more information about SPN, please contact: Fabien Audat Market Developer/French Tech thematic advisor - SPN Tel: +33 (0)5 49 03 17 76 Twitter : @reseauSPN   Facebook : @reseauSPN For more information on this press release or the French presence at the BETT show, please contact: Business France UK (The French Trade Commission)   Catherine Ryall, Press Officer,  

French fabrics at the fore at London Textile Fair 2018

Catherine Ryall - 02-janv.-2018 17:53:09

Business France  has brought together 20 French textile mills to exhibit at January’s edition of the  London Textile Fair . Below is a taste of what you can expect from the French exhibitors between 10th and 11th January 2018, please also find more detailed information and fabric samples  in the catalogue : -   Avelana Roudière  - Booth L8 Avelana is one of the top French manufacturers of women’s fashion fabrics, a specialist in wool and lycra blends.  The coompany is aware of the importance of technological innovation, investing in it to enhance the performance of the fabrics, as well as to develop new materials that boast original, unique performance. The company was the first to develop and launch stretch and bi-stretch fabrics, and is currently the world market leader in stretch woollen fabrics. -  Belinac  - Booth H18 Since its creation in 1882, Bélinac has worked hand-in-hand with lovers of beautiful materials, sharing their expertise and encouraging creativity. Bélinac offers a rare choice of high-quality fabrics in a wide range colours. Their collection includes chiffons, ponges, satins, taffetas, organzas, crepes, douppions and stretch fabrics. -  Cap Sud J3  - Booth N25 Cap Sud J3 works with lace predominantly for lingerie or ready-to-wear pieces. Using their expertise which goes back several generations, they can also develop French lace creations as required. -  Dentelles Méry - Booth N52 Established in 1924, Dentelles Méry produces Calais lace using traditional leavers lace machines. Now a third generation family business, Dentelles Méry is famous for their wide Leavers range : Chantilly, Valenciennes, Alençon, Corded Lace, Embellished and Fancy laces. They offer long-term possibilities to anyone who loves fine French lace as well as continuing to evolve and innovate with new collections. More recently, HRH Duchess Kate wore one of Dentelles Méry’s Chantilly laces. Leavers loom are famous for producing unique and high-end designed lace, as well as offering density and strength. Dentelles Méry is backed by the ’Dentelle de Calais-Caudry’ label, offering traceability and a quality guarantee to customers. For garment manufacturers the dyeing process is entrusted to local partners who follow Oeko Tex and REACH standards. -  Deveaux  - Booth H10 Deveaux is renowned for its creativity. The company offers a large range of novelty and high-fashion fabrics to suit all types of garments (jerseys, yarn-dyed, jacquard and prints, digital printing). Today, Deveaux continues to market its industrial know-how and creativity worldwide.  The Deveaux Group has developed a genuine know-how in a wide variety of fields: weaving, knitting, printing and finishing, giving them a creative and flexible edge for their clients. -  Dutel  - Booth C4 Family-run French Jacquard mill, based in Lyon since 1937. The mill is able to develop designs, colours and qualities on demand with a short turnaround. They say: "many customers use us for our skill and speed in developing their own designs and vintage fabrics from bought garments/ images". The designs vary from large-scale placement Jacquards to mini-textures using a wide variety of fancy yarns, metallic, textured, bouclé and techniques depending on the design and budget requirements.    Dutel specialises in fabric for womenswear, but also develops for menswear and accessories. -  Henitex  - Booth M15 Henitex is a specialist in knitted fabric for womenswear with a wide range of creative pieces and designs. Their main line uses viscose, cotton, polyester and polyamide (swimwear articles possible). Their second line, Opaline, is aimed at higher end customers and is made of more delicate fibres (wool, silk, linen, modal).  They are also able to make on demand designs pieces. INDUO®  - booth O31 INDUO® is the result of two years of R&D in the European Centre of Textile Intelligence, a patented advanced cotton fabric. The fabric resists stains and perspiration. It prevents underarm rings and odours. Amazingly, these characteristics change nothing in the fabric’s hand and actually make it more appealing to the touch. INDUO® is: - already used by 30 customer brands in ready-to-wear and made to measure in 13 countries - over 20,000 shirts made with INDUO® fabric have been distributed Les Tissages Perrin - Booth N49 Les Tissages Perrin, a major name in weaving, brings together a unique network of talents, techniques and technologies in the Rhône-Alpes region of mid-eastern France, the headquarters of the family business. The company promotes creativity and strives for excellence in all of its many markets, products and developments. Ready-to-wear : their numerous weaves and finishes combined with exceptionnally subtle colors offer a vast range of possibilities for luxurious, well-structured collections. -  Malfroy Million  - Booth N8 Silk maker, Malfroy Million has built a reputation for unique and quality products. Twice a year, the company offers 2 fabric and 2 scarf collections, both for womenswear. Their fabrics and scarves are the result of a mixture of art and technical expertise. Malfroy Million works with natural fabrics: silk, wool, cashmere, cotton, and linen thus positionning itself at the high-end of the market both in France and abroad. -  Malhia Kent  - Booth F7 Creativity is at the heart of Malhia Kent ’s design philosophy. All their fabrics are designed and made in France, aimed at haute couture brands. They are based close to Paris and their headquarters is home to 15,000 types of thread. -  Pastels  - Booth M12 Pastels will be presenting their SS19 collection at the London Textile Fair. Their organic range is GOTS certified, made from natural materials where possible and the synthetic materials in the range are 100% recycled. They aim to prove that business and respect for the environment and our fellow humans can mix. -  Pichat Chaleard - Booth F15 Their collection is made of different knitted and woven fabrics in a plethora of colours. They also produce lace and Jacquard fabrics. -  Printland  - Booth N14 Created in 1994, Printland is a French mill specialised in textile printing. Each year, more than 700 designs are created and produced in France and distributed all around the world. Their know-how includes: designing, engraving, weaving, knit, dyeing, printing, washing, creasing and more. Their SS19 collection will be unveiled at the London Textile Fair which will include new refined prints for babies and kids on cotton fabrics, as well as coloured designs on polyester and very cute high-end jacquards made in France. -  Sftate et Combier  - Booth N29 Industry-recognised ’chiffon expert’, Sfate & Combier is famous for its fabric grades in satin, organza and shimmering chiffon, to name just a few. They offer a bold and varied palette of colourways in these permanent grades with a service stock. Every year, Sfate et Combier creates about 2000 new fabric designs. Their novelty jacquard fabric Guigou is the ’Rolls Royce’ of Jersey fabrics, boasting unrivalled knowledge and expertise in the manufacture of tubular, run-resistant knit. They work with a full range of natural and synthetic materials, and also develop several materials in collaboration with leading luxury brands. Their core business area is haute couture, fashion and the high-end ready-to-wear clothing market -  Sophie Halette  - Booth N9 In its historic Calais and Caudry factories in northern France, Sophie Hallette weaves tulles and laces on hundred-year- old Bobinet and Leavers looms. Each creation, drawn from the House’s heritage or inspired by l’air du temps, illustrates the mastery, inventiveness and radiance of a company that has inspired couturiers, creators and costume designers from around the world since 1887. -  Sprintex  - Booth L1 Sprintex specialises in prints (rotary and inkjet prints) and combined woven and knitted jacquard offering new designs each week. The deal with fashion fabrics for ladieswear, kids and menswear. -  Trouillet -  Booth N11 Trouillet are a well established French company who create fabric collections produced in Europe for ladieswear and childrenswear. 1 line is dedicated to children with a range of fabrics for everything from sportswear to more stylish occasions. 3  lines are dedicated womenswear, always inspired by trends. They also develop prints on many different base fabrics and compositions as well as yarn dyed stripes, checks, jacquards, etc. Trouillet continually update their collections throughout the year. -  Ulysse Pila - Booth F14 At this year’s London Textile Fair, Ulysse Pila will present a large collection of fancy jacquards and novelty weaves for mid and top-of-the range women and childrenswear. The brand offers ranges of smart, casual and citywear: refined multicolored stripes, elegant and preppy flowers, ethno-chic patterns as well as denim-look jacquards. Ulysee Pila will be unveiling a wide collection of archives and exclusive patterns. -  Velcorex  - Booth F10 Velcorex creates and produces innovative cotton fabrics and corduroy fabrics for garments. Their corduroy fabric and cotton fabric collections evolve with fashion trends, exported all over the world. They make velvet fabrics, stretch corduroy fabrics, denim and pigment-dyed fabrics. All the exhibitors on the French Pavilion look forward to meeting you on at the London Textile Fair! You can register for the London Textile Fair  here  and watch a video below on the last edition of the show. For more information about any of the French exhibitors at the London Textile Fair, please contact: Catherine Ryall, Press Officer, Business France UK  

25 hand-picked French Tech startups at CES 2018

Catherine Ryall - 21-déc.-2017 12:10:41

  25 start-ups have been selected to exhibit at the French Tech pavilion organised for the 5 th consecutive year by Business France at next year’s CES in Las Vegas, on stand 50626, Eureka Park Hall.   Hand-picked from among 100 companies after a competitive selection process, these 25 highly promising start-ups will present an insight into future technological trends.      " We prioritised 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 CES ," declared Thomas Delouvrier, who will be running the pavilion for Business France. “ The prototype presented at Las Vegas must be available later this year in order to fully benefit from the leverage effect of the show .” At the last CES, France:   had the 3 rd largest international delegation (after the US and China)   boasted the 2 nd highest number of start-ups in attendance (200 at the 2017 CES), just behind the US and a long way ahead of Israel and China. 55 British companies exhibited at the event. 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 expected that France will once again constitute the leading European delegation at the exhibition. A tech scene in ascent 2017 is set to be a record year for French startups. In the first half of the year alone French start-ups have raised €1.7 billion in capital - about the same as in the whole of the previous year, according to CB Insights . 5 of these companies received a “ CES Innovation Award ” at CES Unveiled Paris, the official event that previews some of the innovations to be presented at the next CES: CamToy - robot fitted with a video camera to improve the well-being of dogs Lancey Energy Storage - smart electric heater equipped with a battery and an energy management system. Lancey won a ‘Best of Innovations’ award. myBrain Technologies - connected headphones with neuroscientific properties that measure stress levels and play appropriate relaxing music R-Pur - first anti-pollution mask specially designed for people riding bicycles and motorbikes Unistellar - telescope that amplifies light from stars Who are the other hand-picked exhibitors selected by the jury?   AirNodes – Anna, the first smart mirror, already used in 5-star hotels in France Aurasens - an armchair enabling a new type of sensory journey which combines music with massage BladeShadow - Shadow, a high-performance cloud-based PC Catspad - connected water and food dispenser designed to improve cats’ health Caveasy – wine cellar management solution for storing wine bottles Energy Square – a new wireless ‘power by contact’ charging technology eXsens - a cabin that generates an individual’s digital double, a ‘3D avatar’, that can be animated and used for a range of applications - fitness, health, fashion (e-commerce), advertising, video games...), Green Creative - smart robot that sorts and compacts drinks packaging, and tracks its collection in real-time Hap2U – touch and feel what’s on your screen Shapeheart – a range of heart rate monitoring armbands for sport Jagger & Lewis - connected collar capable of recognizing your dog’s behaviour to help you understand them Joy - connected watch for children, that emits no radio waves, with icons that help young children understand the concept of time Lovebox - connected ‘lovebox’ that lets you send love notes via a mobile application MainBot - smart robot for children aged 7-10 combining educative content and affective behaviour Miraxess - extension that transforms a smartphone into a laptop computer Romy - technology used to formulate fresh facial treatments using active ingredients Snips - voice platform for connected objects that allows businesses to incorporate a voice assistant into their products Team8 - a connected watch for children aged between 5 and 12, that lets them create their super-hero - name, costume, super-powers ... but in order to play the children must engage in regular physical activity Timescope - customised virtual reality terminals dedicated to spaces that are open to the public to offer them time-travel experiences Vandelay presents Lokly its new generation USB key, with a smartphone application to control access to its data and transfer files from one key to another without a computer. Business France will also take 10 other startups to the CES in a ‘Family & Friends’ delegation. In total, therefore, its delegation will consist of 35 companies that will take part in the leading worldwide consumer technology show from 9 th – 12 th January.   For further information: Visit the Business France CES 2018 website Contacts in France Thomas Delouvrier – Maxime Sabahec – Contact in London Catherine Ryall, Business France UK,

More than classroom furniture: IA France launches the 345 program at Bett 2018

Catherine Ryall - 19-déc.-2017 12:30:50

French company Intégrale d’Agencement (IA France) is to launch the  345 program range, a new concept that transforms traditional classroom tables into educational tools to make teaching easier. The company will be exhibiting at the Bett Show in London from 24 th – 27 th January 2018, on the Business France pavilion, stand C100.  IA France designs and markets furniture for all types of educational institutions, from nurseries through to universities. Its new ‘345 Program’ helps teachers quickly and easily transform and adapt their workspace thanks to an innovative range of modular tables and chairs.   The shape of the tables, dreamt up by designer Bruno Lefebvre, makes it possible to have various arrangements, adapted to all types of teaching: lined up clusters of 3, 4 or 5 (or more) to form groups Table-top markings ensure that changing the setup is quick and easy. More than classroom furniture, genuine educational tools Thanks to their unique shape, tables can be grouped into blocks of both odd and even numbers. More than just a table, 345 Program furniture is designed to be a genuine educational tool. These tables can be adapted to all learning techniques by encouraging high levels of interaction between participants or groups of individuals. The stackable chairs are ergonomically designed to meet students’ expectations and requirements. Designed with teachers “ The ground-breaking design of the 345 Program’s tables and chairs breaks with established codes. They have been designed with input from teachers and trainers, supervised by our designer Bruno Lefebvre, to meet the current need for versatility in classrooms as effectively as possible ”, comments Export Manager Olivier Debas. “ The UK is a priority market for us, and we want to offer the best equipment to help British teachers in their working environment. ” The company is seeking UK distributors and manufacturers for its new 345 Program range. About IA France IA France, established in 1996, also markets furniture for corporate meeting and training rooms. For more information about the 345 program range or IA France, please contact: Olivier Debas Export Manager, IA France Tel: + 33 (0) 4 79 54 56 15 For more information on this press release or the French presence at the BETT show, please contact: Business France UK (The French Trade Commission) Catherine Ryall, Press Officer,  

Business France - The French Trade Commission in the UK  is the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy in the UK. It is responsible for fostering export growth by French businesses, as well as promoting and facilitating the UK’s investment in France. Business France promotes France’s companies, business image and nationwide attractiveness as an investment location, and also runs the VIE Programme in the UK. Founded on January 1, 2015 through a merger between UBIFRANCE and the Invest in France Agency, Business France has 1,500 members of staff, both in France and in 70 countries throughout the world, who work with a network of public- and private-sector partners. In September 2015, Patrick Manon was appointed the new Director of Business France in the UK. Prior to this appointment, Patrick was the Human Resources Director at Business France in Paris, which manages the recruitment of t


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