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BF - 06-juin-2016 10:19:04
  Top Wine China – Pékin - juin 2016         Top Wine China 2016     Start date 1 5/06/2016 / End date 17/06/2016   Pékin Google Map Link : https://goo.gl/maps/2Uhr6ob55F12   Overwhelming preference for imported wines   More than 70% of Chinese consumers prefer imported wines. According to customs statistics, China imported 384 million liters of wine in 2014. The list of the top ten countries that imported wines to China in 2014 is: France, Chile, Spain, Australia, Italy, the USA, South Africa, Germany, Argentina and Portugal.   TopWine China 2015 featured around 400 exhibitors representing 700 producers,   showing their finest products. Besides regional pavilions from China itself the event had country pavilions from France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Australia, Hong Kong and the United States as well as from emerging regions like Moldova, Hungary, Georgia and Romania. Business France organized the French pavilion with more than 50 French companies.   The next TopWine China will take place from June 15 to 17, 2016   Now in all 4 halls of the China National Convention Center, Beijing’s most attractive and versatile exhibition and conference complex! With a separate dedicated area for spirits and beer.   TopWine China 2016 is exclusively reserved for professionals in the wine industry and associated fields :   Wine trading and retail: agents, importers, exporters, dealers, wholesalers, franchisers, sales representatives, retailers, etc. General merchandise stores, supermarkets, hypermarkets and beverage warehouses: general managers, purchasers, sales managers, etc. Bars, hotels, restaurants and night clubs: general managers, food & beverage managers, hoteliers, chefs, wine managers, sommeliers, etc. Duty free operations: operators of duty free shops, purchasers of airline, cruise and ferry companies. Catering: party caterers, event caterers, exhibition caterers. E-commerce: wine website owners. Divers: specialized associations and institutions, wine authors.   Meet French exhibitors :   CHATEAU D ORSCHWIHR ETABLISSEMENTS TRENEL FILS MAISON DES BORDEAUX ET BORDEAUX SUPERIEURS MAISON JEAN LORON SELECTION PATRICK CLERGET VINS ET TERROIRS EXPORT …     Contact Business France : Adrien.BOUSSARD@ubifrance.fr   Brochure : TWC2016BrochureUK.pdf   Official website: http://www.topwinechina.com/   French exporters directory on youbuyfrance.com : wines, spirits, bewerage s    * 2015 , UBIFRANCE and INVEST IN FRANCE AGENCY join forces to create BUSINESS FRANCE     Top Wine China – Pékin - juin 2016     Start date 1 5/06/2016 / End date 17/06/2016   Pékin Google Map Link : https://goo.gl/maps/2Uhr6ob55F12     Préférence marquée pour les vins d’importation   Plus de 70 % des consommateurs chinois préfèrent les vins d’importation. D’après les statistiques des douanes, la Chine a importé 384 millions de litres de vin en 2014. Les dix premiers pays exportateurs de vin vers la Chine en 2014 sont : la France, le Chili, l’Espagne, l’Australie, l’Italie, les États-Unis, l’Afrique du Sud, l’Allemagne, l’Argentine et le Portugal.   TopWine China 2015 a rassemblé quelque 400 exposants représentant 700 producteurs,   qui ont présenté leurs meilleurs produits. Outre les pavillons régionaux chinois, des pavillons nationaux s’étaient installés au salon, venus de France, Allemagne, Espagne, Italie, Australie, Hong Kong, États-Unis, mais aussi de régions viticoles émergentes comme la Moldavie, la Hongrie, la Géorgie et la Roumanie. Business France* s’était chargé de l’organisation du pavillon français, réunissant plus de 50 entreprises françaises.   La prochaine édition de TopWine China se déroulera du 15 au 17 juin 2016   Dans les quatre halls que compte le China National Convention Center, le complexe d’expositions et de congrès le plus attrayant et polyvalent de Pékin ! Avec un espace distinct dédié aux spiritueux et aux bières. TopWine China 2016 est réservé exclusivement aux professionnels du secteur du vin et des secteurs connexes :   Négoce du vin et vente de détail : agents, importateurs, exportateurs, revendeurs, grossistes, franchiseurs, représentants commerciaux, détaillants, etc. Grandes surfaces, supermarchés, hypermarchés et dépôts de boissons : directeurs généraux, acheteurs, responsables des ventes, etc. Bars, hôtels, restaurants et night-clubs : directeurs généraux, directeurs de la restauration, hôteliers, chefs de cuisine, gestionnaires de cave, sommeliers, etc. Ventes hors taxes : exploitants de magasins détaxés, acheteurs de compagnies aériennes, de croisières et de ferry. Restauration : traiteurs, restaurateurs événementiels, restaurateurs d’exposition. Commerce en ligne : propriétaires de sites de vente de vin en ligne. Divers : associations et organismes professionnels, critiques de vins.  Parmi les exposants français :   CHATEAU D ORSCHWIHR ETABLISSEMENTS TRENEL FILS MAISON DES BORDEAUX ET BORDEAUX SUPERIEURS MAISON JEAN LORON SELECTION PATRICK CLERGET VINS ET TERROIRS EXPORT …   Contact Business France : Adrien.BOUSSARD@ubifrance.fr   Brochure : TWC2016BrochureFRNS.pdf   Site officiel: http://www.topwinechina.com/ Annuaire youbuyfrance.com : vins, spiritueux et autres boissons       * L’agence Business France est issue de la fusion entre UBIFRANCE et L’AFII en janvier 2015.  

Annual report 2015 Foreign Investment in France

Karen Gordon - 19-avr.-2016 08:49:01
      Press Release       33,682 jobs created or maintained by foreign investment in France in 2015,   with manufacturing operations and new headquarters to the fore       Paris, March 22, 2016. The “2015 Annual Report: Foreign investment in France. The international development of the French economy” released today analyzes foreign investment decisions in France and their contribution to the French economy.   In 2015, 962 investment decisions created or maintained 33,682 jobs, the best figure in the last five years. With an average of 19 decisions made every week, 2015 saw a 27% increase in jobs generated by foreign investment, up from 26,535 in 2014.   Foreign companies invested primarily in production/manufacturing operations, which accounted for 30% of all foreign investments in France, generating 16,168 jobs (up from 11,601 in 2014), or 48% of all jobs created or maintained.   Another key development was the increase in headquarters, as the number of new global or European headquarters rose sharply from 16 in 2014 to 27 in 2015. German firm Siemens decided in 2015 to make Toulouse (Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées region) the global headquarters for all operations relating to its ‘Val’ range of turnkey automated metro solutions, while Canadian horticulture, agriculture, packaging and environmental technology specialist Premier Tech decided to expand its European headquarters in the Pays de la Loire region, creating a new automated production line and global R&D center.   The number of R&D, engineering and design projects (87) remained high, amounting to 9% of all foreign investment decisions in 2015. Foreign-owned subsidiaries in France were responsible for 28% of all business enterprise R&D expenditure nationwide, spending €8.6 billion.   Foreign investments were received from 53 different countries in 2015, up from 47 in 2014: those from European countries remained predominant (60% of all foreign investment decisions), followed by North America (22%) and Asia (13%), in very similar proportions to 2014. The leading source countries were the United States (18%), responsible for one-quarter of all inward R&D investments, Germany (15%), accounting for 26% of all foreign production/manufacturing projects, Italy (9%), providing 31% of inward investment in logistics, the United Kingdom (8%), responsible for 22% of all foreign investment in retail outlets, and Japan (6%), the fourth leading source of foreign production/manufacturing investment. BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China) represented 7% of inward investments in France (68 investment decisions), including 44 projects from China and Hong Kong. Project numbers were up for many source countries, including Canada (38 projects, +31%), the Netherlands (37 projects, +12%), and Ireland (15 projects, +114%).   France’s thriving regions and cities are often a decisive factor in attracting foreign investment to all of France’s regional economies. Ile de France (Paris region), Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine attracted more than half of all foreign investment decisions. The leading regions by jobs created or maintained were Ile de France (Paris region), Nord-Pas de Calais-Picardie, Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine, and Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes.   Analysis by business activity shows that Ile de France (Paris region) attracted 64% of all foreign investments involving decision-making centers (mostly first-time investments in France). Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine (20%) and Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (17%) stood out in attracting production/manufacturing projects, as did Ile de France (Paris region) (31%) and Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées (13%) for R&D projects.   Foreign companies currently generate 32% of French exports. Figures from the French National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE) show that more than one-quarter of foreign-owned company turnover in France was generated through exports in 2015, compared with 31% in the United States, 21% in Germany, 25% in the Netherlands, 15% in the United Kingdom, and 30% in Japan.   “Foreign investment decisions generated 33,682 jobs in France in 2015, up 27% from 2014, amid fierce international competition to attract investment projects and the employment opportunities they entail. Working alongside its regional partners, Business France has redoubled its efforts to convince foreign investors that France should be a key business location for their projects in Europe, attracting 54% or 522 of the 962 investments recorded this year nationwide,” said Muriel Pénicaud, France’s Ambassador for International Investment and CEO of Business France.          

UBIFRANCE helps French IT startups...

martine.joly - 16-déc.-2014 15:35:43
  UBIFRANCE helps French IT startups plug into global opportunities   IT sector is no longer a novelty market. Companies of all sizes and sectors must have a scope of digital services for their clients or risk losing business. Fayssal Majid, Ubifrance’s IT project manager, explains: ““Smartphone will be the new platform for all companies. They will need to have a mobile application as well as a site in order to attract customers and maintain a market share.” By 2020 the number of smartphone mobile subscriptions is expected to more than double to 6.1 billion. This is nearly the size of today’s global population of 6.7 billion.   Today’s France, ready for tomorrow’s world   France offers a mobilized IT ecosystem that is leveraging the best of France to not only satisfy the domestic market but also capture global customers. In fact the domestic market, a kind of reflection of the society’s focus on technology, has been following other developed countries in internet penetration and mobile usage: 54% of the French population uses the internet on their mobile and 74% of smartphone users research products and services on their phone.   Therefore, it should come as no surprise that France will be sending the biggest national delegation to 2015’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The size of delegation can be attributed to the quality of French engineers and the well-organized research clusters, many at a regional level, which offer incubation for a variety of independent ideas. For example take Systematic, a cluster from the Paris region, which has helped develop 379 projects and attracted investment of 2 billion euros over its brief history.  In fact, Mr. Majid explains that there are even further layers of organization that benefit the start up culture in France: “There are all startups which are very proud of their French roots but are looking globally. An initiative in collaboration with UBIFRANCE, La French Tech, helps them achieve this goal.”   La French Tech is a great collective project for the growth and influence of the French Start-ups and digital ecosystem and has been behind such firms as the award winning Citizen Sciences. Citizen Sciences is a prime example of a French company that is not only matching but also advancing the technological frontier. Citizen Sciences is pioneering application of the field of “the internet of things” – the connectivity of everyday items for the purpose of improving usage and limiting human involvement – towards the human staple of clothing. At the moment they are working on products that will gather multiples of data, from heart rate to specific movements, for athletes as to improve their performance. The company was recognized as a winner of an Innovation Award at the 2014 Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas.   Ubifrance helps you reach your potential     Mr. Majid believes that the Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress in spring of 2015 is the perfect springboard for French businesses for global markets. IT has become much more of a global phenomenon and Mr. Majid believes that the direction of French companies should not only be towards showcases and markets in the US, but also emerging markets in Asia, South America , and even Africa: “Yes, French companies have always thought about the US, but in fact there is also much interest from places like the Middle East South East Asia and Africa, markets that are very large and growing.” Since the Mobile World Congress is a global event, this will provide the perfect introduction of French companies to prospective clients from all over the world.   Oledcomm is an example of a company that will be joining Mr. Majid in Barcelona. They are doing something truly special. Their products leverage your lighting network into something many of us find unthinkable: wireless communication and Internet services.   Famoco is yet another French company that will be at the MWC in Barcelona and they are working on a problem that we all though would be solved by now – contactless payment. Such advancements require massive logistical coordination and Famoco is making this possible. Look to Famoco to improve your experience in stores all around the world.   Oledcomm Famoco The French Tech Pavilion @ Mobile World Congress
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Welcome to the Business France Tel Aviv, the Trade and Investment office of the Embassy of France in Israel! Business France promotes France’s companies, business image and attractiveness of France for foreign investors. Business France also manages the VIE Scheme in Israel. Founded on January 1, 2015 through a merger of Ubifrance Agency with Invest in France Agency, Business France is staffed with some 1,500 professionals located in France and in 70 countries throughout the world. The multicultural team of Business France in Tel Aviv comprises of 5 Trade professionals, supporting French companies in developing their business projects in Israel. They are organized in four departments of expertise, specialized in: - Indsustries and Cleantech - Fashion, Housing, Health & Sciences - Food & Beverages, Agribusiness - Technologies & Services Since late 2015, Business France in Israel is also manned with one full time expert dedicated

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