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The 6th edition of the VIE award ceremony is a growing success!

Catherine Ryall - 26-oct.-2016 18:38:11

  The 6 th award ceremony of the graduate programme, organised by Business France UK and in partnership with the French Foreign Trade Advisers in the UK , was a success like we had not yet seen!   The ceremony which was hosted by Ambassador Sylvie Bermann on October 20 th at the French Residence, was followed by a networking event involving the candidates, former VIEs and sponsors.   Nearly 400 graduates in the UK were eligible for the awards. With over 40 applications received this year – double the previous number, twelve candidates with varied and unique profiles, were shortlisted to outline their experience to a jury consisting of company directors, French Foreign Trade Advisers President Olivier Morel, directors of Business France and former VIEs. The panel looked at each VIE’s contribution to their company’s success, their integration into both the business and the country, and their passion and determination.            The awards were divided into four categories: Major Groups, SMEs, Créative France and the Jury Prize. The ’Major Groups’ prize went to Charles Spinnewyn-Bouvet of the Faurecia group. During his VIE posting, Charles worked as Resident Engineer in charge of liaison between Faurecia’s R&D centre in Valencia, Spain, and its Fradley factory in Staffordshire, which manufactures spare parts for Land Rover. Sponsors numberly/1000mercis and Coface provided the prize of a Eurostar return ticket from London to Paris and a cheque for €1,000. In the ’SME’ category, Pierre Le Blan of the Fédération des Industries Mécaniques won the prize for his work representing three French SMEs in the UK: Galilé Energie, which supplies equipment for the nuclear industry, Mure et Peyrot, which specializes in safety knives, and CMAR, which builds special, Rail-Road and maintenance vehicles. Sponsors Saint Gobain Gyproc and Weber Saint-Gobain provided an easyJet return ticket and a €1,000 cheque. The ’Créative France’ category went to Justine Potier for her work at RPC – United Closures and Plastics. Justine showed great creativity and self-confidence in persuading her Scottish colleagues to adopt new processes. Thalès provided her with a €1,000 cheque and a Eurostar return ticket. Maïlys Galy of the Compagnie des Desserts won over the jury with her enthusiasm and passion of her pitch (and perhaps the cake she brought along!). Maïlys works from London on the company’s global development, and some of her daily duties include sending containers of desserts to China and meeting clients in the USA. She won the ’Jury Prize’ of a €500 cheque provided by EasyRoommate/Appartager, an easyJet return ticket and a kitchen robot provided by Groupe SEB. The sponsors of the award ceremony were easyJet, Saint-Gobain, Les Cidres Brun, Eurostar, Coface, numberly 1000merci, Groupe SEB, EasyRoommate, Thales Alenia Space et Remy Cointreau. With increasing numbers of applicants, the decision has been taken to make the competition a yearly event.   See you in 2017! Find all the photos of the event here .

Whaller: the startup which lets you take control of your digital life with private social networks

Adeline Perrault - 26-oct.-2016 15:27:03

Social networks are now ingrained into our daily lives and, over recent years, have changed the way we communicate and interact. These changes have also been accompanied by a loss of control with regard to our digital lives and data. Whaller, a private social network platform, offers a solution to this issue by providing individuals and businesses with a tool to create their own private social networks, for each group of people in their life. None of the information shared on the platform is transmitted from one network to another nor is it saved or indexed on search engines. Thomas Fauré, CEO and founder of Whaller, started working on the project with 3 friends in 2011. The goal was to allow everyone the possibility to benefit from the power and (usefulness) of social networks whilst retaining control of our communications and data. “ Whaller was born out of a desire to create a space of trust on the web where users could take advantage of the live nature of social networks without having to worry about the issues related to private life or protection of data. By default, Whaller protects its users”, explains Thomas Fauré. Whaller works according to a simple and intuitive idea: each registered member can create, or join upon invitation, one of several ‘spheres’ which makes up a private social network. For instance, a user can communicate on separate spheres, one used for their friends, another solely for their family, their job, their sports club or any other social group. The data is not collected, nor is it indexed by search engines. The app is secure by design: anything written in a sphere will not leave the sphere. In addition to sending messages within a sphere, members can also organise events, send or save files or even create a ‘kanban’ (task visualizer), to ensure quicker and greater productivity.   Another great feature: the platform has all the networks in the same place, meaning everything can be managed centrally. Whaller is not presented in a shared news feed format, so users are not swamped with information or incessant requests. Each user can take control of their communication and deal with it in a proactive way. ‘The power of the web can be successfully channelled through control and knowledge, the internet should be a tool and not an addictive and invasive technology’, adds Thomas Fauré. ‘The big social networks of today are a combination of the early web made up of blogs and chatrooms – they aim to connect individuals with as many people as possible and for them to share information with these contacts, without taking into consideration the diversity and nature of these relations. We, however, want to promote quality relations over quantity.’ Not only popular among individuals, Whaller is also an ideal platform for businesses, groups, schools and organisations of all sizes. To date, more than 4000 organisations have already chosen the platform as a secure and user-friendly space for their members to communicate. Customer testimonials ‘Our sales teams are spread out all over France, so we needed a secure and quickly operational solution to connect our salespeople. With varying levels of digital tool expertise among our staff, we needed something that would be easy to use. Whaller meets all of these criteria!’ Aurélie Bougereau, Group Digital Manager at La Martiniquaise ‘As part of our digital transformation, Caisse d’Épargne Rhône-Alpes (French Building Society) decided to set up a collaborative business network. We wanted every user to be able to express themselves freely, share information, publicise an in-branch event, their trade area and of course be able to collaborate on shared projects. The idea of the collaborative business network was to boost teamwork, communication and cooperation between staff. Whaller was perfectly in line with our plans, offering a flexible, collaborative and user-friendly solution.’ Cedric Veller, Innovative Project Director at Caisse d’Épargne Rhône Alpe s ‘Thanks to Whaller, our 350 volunteers and 6 employees based all over France have a dedicated space that encourages interaction and reinforces a sense of belonging to our association. This tool has become an important medium for internal communication and development, allowing us to encourage collaboration, cooperation and best practices between our branches, to communicate memorable moments and news from our ecosystem, or even enlist internal expertise for company-wide projects. The tool is ergonomic, easily accessible for novices and user feedback is used to improve the platform, something we particularly appreciate.’ Gilles Arbellot, General Representative at Passerelles&Compétences Price and availability There is a free version of the Whaller platform as well as Premium and Premium Plus versions which include various additional functions such as graphical customisation of a network, the creation of a an in-app shop for users or CMS. Schools can also benefit from a customised tariff to better satisfy their requirements. About Whaller   Founded by Thomas Fauré in May 2013, Whaller is a web-based platform which is aimed at families, associations, businesses and all organisations by allowing them to create and bring to life their own private social networks. The aim: to let the user regain control over their digital life and ensure better protection of data whilst conserving the benefits and interactivity of social media. To find out more, visit their  website or meet them at the Web Summit 2016 . Whaller has been carefully selected by a panel of expert judges to exhibit on the French Tech Pavillion at the Web Summit. Find them at Pavillon 1 Booth S845 on Tuesday 8th November . The Web Summit is Europe’s largest tech event, taking place in Lisbon from 7th to 10th November 2016 For further information on this press release, contact: Catherine Ryall, Business France UK Press Office Email: Web:

It’s Crunch Time !

Adeline Perrault - 20-oct.-2016 10:59:15

Organised by Business France, the IoT Crunch was the first event of its kind, bringing together French and British companies and experts involved in the development of smart projects in various domains. The event took place on 13 th October 2016 at the Rembrandt Hotel in South Kensington, London. Business France is the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy in the UK. The aim of the day was simple: to accelerate the development of some of France’s most innovative companies on the vibrant IoT (Internet of Things) scene. To this end, 8 French companies dealing in varied sectors such as energy efficiency, predictive maintenance solutions and connected cars travelled to London for the day. Each of the companies deals with disruptive technology in the IoT sector and already work in close cooperation with the big players in France. Having made their mark in France, international development is now their priority. To achieve the aforementioned aims, Business France invited more than 20 key British players to attend the IoT Crunch in order to meet the startups and assess future collaborations. BT, EDF Energy, Oberthur Technologies, Network Rail and Vodafone were only some of the big British names present on the day looking to find out more about French technological savoir-faire. Why London? There are several reasons why the UK is the top European market for French companies working in the tech scene. Firstly, the country enjoys a strong reputation as an early adopter market. Viewed from across the Channel, the country is seen as having made the adoption of smart technology one of its priorities, with cities such as Bristol and London in particular being recognised as early adopters in the sector. Additionally, the UK is the European home of many Asian and North American companies, making it a global gateway destination for French companies. Crunch Time The day was split into 2 complementary sessions. In the morning, 3 keynote speeches and 3 panels were delivered by British experts in the IoT market. The goal was to encourage discussion and debate to understand the challenges faced by the UK, one of the global market leaders in IoT. Raph Crouan’s keynote speech was a firm highlight of the morning. As the founder and Managing Director of Startup bootcamp , an IoT incubator, and a Frenchman based in London, he was excellently placed to examine both the British and French IoT ecosystems. He provided insight into cultural differences between the two sides of the Channel and tips on crafting partnerships with both small companies and larger ones. Among other topics explored in the keynotes were IoT’s current ‘buzzword’ status as perhaps one of the most talked about areas of technology, along with Fintech and Proptech. Among the three, however, IoT is perhaps the only one that affects every sector and will be applied to the development of tomorrow’s cities. Exploring several key issues such as smart cities and security, the panel discussions were rich in expert opinion and comment. Panel 2’s discussion ‘Connectivity - challenges in telecom’ headed by Svetlana Grant, project Director at GSMA, provided particular food for thought. Svetlana was joined by Nigel Chadwick, CEO at Stream, Ian Stewart, Director of Channel & IoT Sales at Arqiva and Cyril Deschanel, Head of IoT/M2M at Vodafone. They dissected the current ‘survive or die’ idea surrounding IoT, with comparisons given to the advent of smartphones around a decade ago where businesses who did not adopt and develop them did not survive to tell the tale. Could IoT end up painting a similar story for some telecom giants? Due to continuing advances in technology and competition, in recent years the cost of using internet on a phone continues to fall, access has speeded up and mobile phones are essentially used as portable computers. Telecoms companies thus hold immense data which, if used intelligently, could have endless possibility to change the way the world around us functions. Sustainable cities, smart transport, smart cars: all can be linked to telecoms. For instance, as a major player in the development of connected cars solutions, Vodafone is looking to new business revenues though the value and monetisation of data collected along with the biggest cars manufacturers. It was also interesting to note that there are no exclusive contracts in this domain yet, the playing field is still very much open for play. No rest for the wicked In the afternoon, no less than 70 one-to-one meetings were organised which gave the French companies the chance to pitch their solutions and the added value they could bring to the large British groups. The set-up was warmly welcomed by participants who appreciated the dynamic format and the opportunity to openly discuss new ideas, solutions and ways of thinking. The day was rounded off with a networking cocktail reception at the Rembrandt Hotel in London where the event took place. At the heart of discussions, talk of inspiration, tweaks to business models for the UK market and even talk of a second edition of the event. Watch this space… French participant companies: -            Actility: a leader in LPWA large network infrastructure implementation.   Part of the LoRa alliance,  Actility works with EDF, Orange and Cisco. Contact : Anne Van Gemert – Marketing & Communications Manager -            AMA Technologies: Created by one of the founders of Ubisoft,  AMA offers worldwide mobile remote assistance thanks to smart glasses. One of only ten “Google Glass partners” in the whole world. Contact : Marina Suchkova – Key Account Manager -            Intesens provides connected maintenance solutions.  Intesens is located within the IoT Valley in Toulouse, the “Sigfox capital”! Contact: Camille Rigaud – Marketing & Communications Manager -             MyLinkoo is a leader in connecting kids and older people with smart watches providing security and health information. Contact: Lionel Legros – President -            Qivivo produces advanced smart thermostats which benefit from advanced/self-learning technology using sensors and algorithms.  Qivivo is a partner of Saint Gobain. Contact : Guillaume Rousseil – International Business Developer -             Rtone designs tailor-made solutions from hardware to software by integrating the latest communication protocols depending on client specifications. Schneider Electric is one of their clients. Contact: Didier Midroit – Business Manager -            Tellmeplus provides predictive profiling through artificial intelligence for the industries.  Tellmeplus is a business partner of EDF in France. Contact : Sophie McDonagh – Marketing & Communications Manager -             Xee is the first innovative solution for connecting all vehicles to smartphones. Contact: Arnaud Rouault – Business Development Director

Look up from your smartphone and make eye contact!

Catherine Ryall - 19-oct.-2016 10:36:18

Have you seen that movie where two people cross paths, but then each person goes on their way, only to be reunited later in the film by sheer coincidence at which point they realise there is inescapable, sizzling chemistry between them and consequently embark on their happily ever after? You mean every rom-com ever made? Unfortunately, away from the silver screen it doesn’t seem to work that way: you see someone, feel a connection or a spark and for some reason or another don’t manage to swap details and then never see them again. This creates a strong sense of frustration followed by the strong desire to reconnect with the person directly…without having to go on a dating app. This is where the innovative mobile app iicontact comes in; it enables two individuals to REconnect in a simple way without providing any personal information or posting a personal ad.   Another online dating app? Nope!   •              iicontact is a reconnection tool for 2 people who have already felt a connection in real life Rather than an online marketplace where you have to sell yourself through a photo and a profile to be successfully matched (or not). No more repetitive strain injury from excessive swiping! •              iicontact works without personal information Rather than exposing personal information such as your photo, name and more on online profiles, you just need to tap a non-personal and non-public search into iicontact. •             iicontact is a technological tool Rather than a virtual public space where profiles can be accessed by anyone, spend your time meeting people in the real world and only use the app when you need to.   Available free of charge on the Apple Store and on Google Play in 10 languages .     “The aspiration to reconnect with someone we had good vibes with in real life is actually driven by complex cognitive, emotional and social neurobiological processes Such an aspiration is universal regardless of age or culture”   Dr. Francesco Bianchi-Demicheli Expert of Neurobiology of Human Close Relationship-Geneva University Hospitals   How does it work?   iicontact  has been carefully selected by a panel of expert judges to exhibit on the French Tech Pavillion at the Web Summit . Find them at Pavillon 1 Booth S845 on 10 th November . The Web Summit is Europe’s largest tech event, taking place in Lisbon from 7 th to 10 th November 2016.   Let’s look up from our smartphones and reconnect with the real world! UK Catherine Ryall +44(0) 207 024 3613 FRANCE Sandra Pacheco +33 6 21 61 68 11 sandra@hellolacom US Shereen Didie +1 610 457 4388

Job Opportunity: Bilingual Trade Development Adviser – Tech, Services and Press

Catherine Ryall - 12-oct.-2016 19:59:22

POSITION: BILINGUAL TRADE DEVELOPMENT ADVISER – TECH, SERVICES AND PRESS CONTEXT Business France is the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy. It promotes France’s companies, business image and nationwide attractiveness as an investment location, and also runs the international VIE 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: Our goal is to facilitate business between French companies and British partners, journalists, mentors or clients. Most of our consulting activities involve business development and event management, as well as delivering market studies in French. The topics from the Tech and services sectors we cover are diverse so we need someone flexible and adaptable with a can do attitude. Although, the successful candidate will take ownership of the following sub-sectors across the Tech and Services portfolio: Marketing, Advertising, Customer Experience and E-Commerce. ROLE Mentoring and advising French companies on their export strategy - Providing tailor made services to French companies looking to develop exports and partnerships in the UK - Promoting our services, events and partners to French clients - Business Development leveraging different channels (e-mailing, cold calling and social media…) - Organizing meetings at Trade Shows in the UK and major international shows such as The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. - Organizing events and conferences as well as French Pavilions at Trade Shows - Keeping your finger on the pulse and proactively identifying new business opportunities - Networking with the French and UK ecosystem (sometimes out of office hours) CANDIDATE PROFILE: REQUIRED - Bilingual in English/ French. - Previous experience in Business Development - Tech savvy - Team player - Ability to empathize with clients and take an interest in their products/services. - Versatility and capacity to multitask - Proactivity DESIRED - Experience in Event Management - Experience in an E-Commerce company would be a plus START DATE: ASAP Please send a CV and cover letter (in English) to by the 21st of October 2016.

TECHnically speaking, France is the ‘crème de la crème’

Catherine Ryall - 12-oct.-2016 15:25:58

    From world-first medical developments to everyday yet life-enhancing technologies and transport advances, France has a growing reputation for creativity and innovation in diverse sectors. It is therefore no surprise that France will have a strong presence at this year’s Web Summit , Europe’s largest tech event. This year’s edition will take place in Lisbon from 7 th to 10 th November 2016 . 15 innovative French startups will be exhibiting on the Business France French Pavillion. You could call them the ‘crème de la crème’ of the current French tech scene as they were carefully selected to take part by a panel of expert judges, amid stiff competition. See more information about them below and further details are available on request. Agorize A multi-award winning startup, Agorize is the leading platform for online innovation challenges, they accelerate the transformation of companies and talent. A win-win for both new talent and established brands: the platform gives innovators the opportunity to win prizes and create new solutions for established companies, who in turn are introduced to new proven talent and can recruit accordingly.   CBien CBien is a web-based platform, also available on iOS and Android, which allows users to register, value and manage their belongings in a few simple clicks.  Users can have receipts, warranties, insurance agreements and more all in one place to ensure minimum worry or hassle in the event of the unexpected. Users can also re-sell, donate and rent their items on the platform.   CopSonic CopSonic enables secure communication between intelligent electronic devices and mobile phones using sound waves to interact or to transmit data. Their SDK allows the integration of their new ultrasonic codec as a complement or alternative to NFC or Bluetooth to achieve secured authentication, proximity detection or remote control on connected objects. The technology can be used on a smartphone to make secure ultrasonic cardless ATM cash withdrawals in less than 15 seconds as well as for peer to peer payments between smartphones, speedy online payments swiping personal data from your smarthone to the form, remote control of everyday electronic devices (lamps, plugs, switches etc.), contactless login to desktop computers and so much more.   iicontact iicontact makes us look up from our smartphones and interact with the real world around us! It is an innovative mobile tool that enables two individuals, who made eye contact and felt a good vibe in real life, but who didn’t or weren’t able to swap details, to REconnect in a few simple taps without providing or accessing any personal information (no profile, no photo, no personal data shared). The tool is already available in 10 languages.   GOLOD GOLOD wants to revolutionise sport at home. Designed by athletes and weighing less than 9kg, the product is fully transportable allowing users to work out anywhere. A fully wireless device, the user keeps the product charged by exercising and producing electric energy. Users can listen to and watch the videos to their favourite songs through the speakers and video projector while working out (or while relaxing afterwards). Golod has also developed an app to be used in conjunction with the product which has exercise videos for users, a tool to measure progress and energy produced, an area to chat to other users and Golod experts and management of the WiFi and Bluetooth connection to stream videos and music via the product.   Payabi Payabi is a French startup which aims to change the way companies manage invoices, eliminating paper and therefore boosting their green credentials as well as reducing their administrative costs. The startup puts managers back in control by helping companies to reduce invoice processing time by 80% and associated costs by up to 60%. is startup headquartered in Paris. Serving the web application market, large e-commerce and media sites, it offers a continuous-deployment high-availability cloud hosting solution that helps web applications scale effortlessly and serve the most demanding traffic. has been met with success having already signed exclusive deals with well-known companies such as Orange Business Services and Microsoft Germany.   Plussh Developed by 3 journalists, Plussh offers a unique B2B & B2B2C tailored solution that enables users to broadcast high-quality live videos. Already counting 5 French listed (CAC 40) companies as clients, the app has been developed especially for smartphones, with advanced features for professionals. Plussh values real-time smartphone video as the future of crisis management, smart cities and sustainability.   Pocket Result Pocket Result has developed the first data visualisation, data prescriptive and data decision platform fully tailored to managers’ individual needs in activity monitoring, performance management and decision-making. Pocket Result aims to change managers’ lives for the better with their ultra-smart dashboards and count L’Oréal, Adidas, SNCF and Renault among their customers.   SpeachMe SpeachMe’s peer-to-peer skills and knowledge transfer platform empowers users to create brief knowledge “capsules” to quickly transfer skills within a company. These short bursts of interactive visual content can be created by anyone in minutes and transferred to colleagues, empowering them with new skills and expertise.   Superprof Superprof, the marketplace for knowledge sharing in France, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Brazil, Switzerland and the US, gives users the chance to learn about something new with expert teachers in over 500 subjects.  With classes offered face-to-face or via webcam, Superprof is the largest community of evaluated and trusted teachers and students.   Tilkee Tilkee is the online solution to optimise sales follow-up by analysing when, and for how long a prospective lead reads a business proposal. Tilkee converts users’ documents into a link which is inserted into correspondence with a client. Tilkee’s unique, predictive algorithm calculates the user’s chances of closing a deal by examining information on the user’s reading behaviour such as number of views, pages viewed and for how long. Thanks to these stats, that users receive in real-time by email, effective follow ups with prospective clients can be achieved at exactly the right time with an even more targeted approach! Predict sales, save time, and increase revenue!   Weenect Weenect is the leader in GPS family tracking, with a complete range of products connected to an app. With separate products for each member of the family, each product is tailored to different needs yet all deliver the same result: peace of mind. The GPS kids tracker means you always know where your child is. They can even alert you if there is a problem via the SOS button and can call you as the tracker also serves as a telephone. The GPS dog collar refreshes your pet’s location every 30 seconds and alerts you via the app if they’ve wandered out of the garden. The GPS cat tracker also has a phone function – your cat is only a call away if you are away from home. The startup is now ready to reveal its 3.0 Weenect Silver tracker for the elderly with no set-up required, functioning both indoors and outdoors.   Whaller Whaller enables you to create all your private social networks in one place. Most sites only allow you to create one profile, Whaller lets you set up a different profile for each group of people in your life. Since you don’t share the same things with your friends as with your colleagues or even family members, decide what information you wish to share with whom and start a discussion with people you know. Security is also a key element of Whaller; you own your own data so whatever you send will only reach the intended recipients, no one else.   Wired Beauty Technologies Founded by serial entrepreneurs and L’Oréal veterans, Wired Beauty Technologies combines skin and haircare science, smart sensors, IoT technology and data analytics to help consumers understand their personal skin and hair needs. Wired Beauty Technologies also provide cosmetic brand labs and retailers with scientific data to target consumers for innovation or marketing purposes. Thanks to this initiative, the company invented and patented MAPO®, a fully personalised, multi-function and easy-to-use beauty mask with an accompanying app which measures skin moisture in real-time and boosts product effectiveness.   Come and meet this handpicked selection of French tech trailblazers at the Web Summit 2016 , Europe’s largest tech event, from 7 th – 10 th  November at the French Pavillion, Pavillion 1, Booth S845 .   For more information on Web Summit or any of the French Pavillion exhibitors, contact: Mathilde Noir, Business France - Paris Tel: +33(0)1 40 73 34 21 Email: For further information on this press release, contact Catherine Ryall, Business France UK Press Officer Email: / Web:

Internship Opportunity - Trade Development Assistant

Catherine Ryall - 12-sept.-2016 16:03:40

Dates du stage  : 3 Octobre, 2016 Durée  : 6 mois Lieu  : Londres, Royaume-Uni Gratification : 3,60€ /heure (converti en Livres Sterling au taux de chancellerie en vigueur avec 35 heures/semaine). Stage conventionné uniquement – Cursus pluridisciplinaire.   Le bureau BUSINESS FRANCE de Londres « L’Agence française pour le développement international des entreprises ». Notre mission principale est d’accompagner les entreprises françaises dans le développement de leur activité au Royaume-Uni par le biais de différentes prestations de services : le Conseil, les Contacts, la Communication et le VIE. Nous sommes divisés en quatre grands secteurs d’activité : Agroalimentaire, Industrie, Mode-Habitat-Santé, Nouvelles Technologies et Services puis Communication avec un bureau de presse intégré. » MISSION DU/ DE LA STAGIAIRE Le secteur Industrie & Cleantech de BUSINESS FRANCE Londres recherche un(e) stagiaire pour une période minimum de 6 mois idéalement à partir du 3 octobre 2016. Le stage que nous proposons portera sur deux activités distinctes : ·          Veilles et études de marché : l’activité principale sera la rédaction de veilles et études pour des entreprises françaises sur des marchés porteurs de l’industrie au Royaume-Uni. Le format peut prendre soit la forme d’une revue de presse soit d’une analyse de marché. ·          Commercial : en parallèle, vous participerez à la réalisation de prestations personnalisées pour des PME françaises (recherches d’informations et contacts, rédaction de synthèse, phoning…) et/ou à l’organisation d’une opération collective de sensibilisation des importateurs britanniques à l’offre française sur un marché donné. PROFIL SOUHAITE Qualités rédactionnelles essentielles. Bon niveau d’anglais (traductions et analyses d’articles de la presse britannique) Esprit de synthèse, le but étant de fournir une analyse pertinente du marché qui soit exploitable par nos clients. Qualités d’organisation / communication. Aisance commerciale: vous serez amené(e)s à être en contact direct avec nos clients et à faire de la prospection auprès des sociétés françaises et/ou britanniques.     Merci d’envoyer CV + lettre de motivation (français et anglais) à Date limite : 30 Septembre

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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