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The “French Tech Tour to India 2017”, a platform to bridging the French and Indian Tech ecosystems

Purva Marwaha - 30-oct.-2017 10:57:25
Business France, the Trade & Investment Commission of France in India, is organizing, with several stakeholders and partners, the second edition of the “French Tech Tour to India”, a multi-purpose and multi-format platform to run over Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Hyderabad & Bangalore from the 13 th  to the 17 th  of November 2017.   The “French Tech Tour to India 2017” will consist in an immersive mission to India for 9 innovative “French Tech” startups and SMEs and 1 of France and the World biggest car makers . The program for these companies will include customize business meetings with Indian start-ups, investors, partners and clients as well as pitch sessions and curated networking cocktails across the 4 cities. The first edition of the event in 2016 pitch sessions and networking and networking event was a tremendous success and recorded a footfall of more than 150 participants in each city.   France is eager to develop strong partnerships with the Indian start-ups ecosystems.  Therefore, the “French Tech Tour to India 2017” will also include meetings with several incubators in the 4 cities, and more specifically  T-Hub in Hyderabad , Indian leading start-ups incubator, and one the biggest in the World. The “French Tech Tour to India 2017” will finally have a strong participation  at the Bangalore ITE.Biz 2017  (Bangalore, 16th to 18 th  of November 2017), with the objective of strengthening reciprocal awareness between the French and Indian Tech ecosystems, and of promoting France as a leading Innovation and Business Hub in Europe for Indian Tech Companies. In the years to come, Business France looks forward to take these initiatives to greater scale.  The French Tech initiative fits in the with the goals and objectives of the “Startup India” and “Digital India” initiatives  by the Government of India. We hope that this spirit of reciprocal learning and collaboration between India and France strengthens in the following years.     *     *     *     *     * For some years now, the French Tech ecosystem has enjoyed a steady and strong development, driven by a new generation of entrepreneurs, investors, engineers, designers and other talented people. Like India, France has emerged as a leading Startup Power, home to vibrant Tech Hubs and talents, and imbued with a strong entrepreneurial culture. With 100,000 Engineers trained yearly, 6,000+ Tech startups, 200+ Tech startup incubators / accelerators, 100+ VC funds active, more and more large companies and Mid-Caps involved into startup initiatives, not to mention our Innovation Clusters, France stands among the leading ecosystems globally when considering Tech-related Entrepreneurship and Innovation; as ascertained by the fact that France led -for the 6th consecutive year- the race in the “Deloitte Fast 500 2015 EMEA” ranking with 87 laureates. The “French Tech” is benefiting from both Software and Hardware-centric capabilities. Also, while France has been historically known for Telecommunications and Media technologies for instance, the country has nurtured a growing number of World market leaders emerging in domains such as Big Data & Analytics (with Success Stories such as Criteo, Scality, Talend or Teads…), IoT and Connected Devices (over 25% of all startups exhibiting at the CES 2016 were French), eCommerce and Sharing /On-demand Economy, or BioTech and MedTech (No. 2 in the World for BioTech and No. 1 for MedTech IPOs over 2011-2015). In addition to public supportive programs, private initiatives such as the StationF to open in early 2017 in Paris (consisting in the retrofit of the Halle Freyssinet, to make it the largest business incubator worldwide with over 1,000 startups spread over 33,000 sqm), shall contribute to sustain this dynamic. Also noteworthy is the fact that many MNCs (Cisco, Facebook, General Electric, Google, Huawei, Intel Corporation, Microsoft, Nokia, Samsung…) have implemented R&D and Innovation centers in France and are increasing the scale of their operations in this domain.   The “French Tech Tour to India” finds its origin in the statement that with over 5,000 and 6,000 Tech startups respectively, and many large corporates involved in Open Innovation and Acceleration programs, India and France both belong to the Top 5 of the Tech startup ecosystems in the world. Yet, further initiatives need to be developed to exploit the true potential for synergies and value co-creation between the 2 Startup Powers. Hence, in addition This French Tech Tour to India 2017 is part of the larger  French Tech  initiative spearheaded by the French Government and associated public and private stakeholders to promote innovation and the growth of startup ecosystems in France. These initiatives look at bridging the French and India Tech ecosystems, creating reciprocal awareness between the two ecosystems and enabling participating French Tech startups and SMEs to find their future partners and clients and develop in the Indian market   About the “French Tech” initiative: Launched in 2013, the “French Tech” is an initiative spearheaded by the French Government in association with public and private stakeholders in order to nurture the densification, the growth and internationalization of Tech startup ecosystems in France, and to accrue the positioning of France as a leading European Innovation and Business Hub towards any Tech company. It consists in: -  a set of programs (grants to entrepreneurs, access of entrepreneurs to IT and research resources, fund of funds, acceleration fund, “French Tech Ticket”, etc.) designed to achieve these objectives; - networks of labeled ecosystems located throughout France; - a brand and logo, this pink rooster to which any “French Tech” entrepreneur associates itself. The "French Tech" eventually refers to all the stakeholders and individuals contributing to the Tech startup ecosystem in France or abroad. The initiative is sector-agnostic and relates not only to the Digital economy or ICTs, but also to BioTech, CleanTech, EdTech, FinTech, FoodTech, MedTech, etc. For further information, you can log on to the Website of the “French Tech” initiative:  http://bonjourlafrenchtech.com/   About Business France: Business France is the National Agency for the Internationalization of the French Economy, responsible for fostering the international expansion of French businesses as well as promoting and facilitating international investments in France. It promotes France’s companies, business image and nationwide attractiveness as an investment location, and also runs the V.I.E scheme (an international internship program). Business France has 1,500 staff members, both in France and over 70 countries throughout the World.   In India, Business France maintains offices in New Delhi, Bombay, Bangalore and Chennai, with a multicultural team of French and Indian experts who work intensively to strengthen the relations between French and Indian companies. For further information, please visit:  www.businessfrance.fr  and  youbuyfrance.com/in .    Press contact: Ms. Purva MARWAHA and Mr. Julian HOARAU Business France - Trade & Investment Commission of France in India Trade Officers Tel.: 011 43 19 63 06 / 03 @:  purva.marwaha@businessfrance.fr @:  julian.hoarau@businessfrance.fr               MEET THE 10 !   Delegation of the 10 participating “French Tech” enterprises, selected by our esteemed Jury: ORGANISATION : REPRESENTED BY : COMPANY PROFILE : DXO Labs Mr. Nicolas TOUCHARD Vice President Marketing and Product Management DXO Labs is a team of Scientist and Engineers that are revolutionizing the camera component in smart phones and tablets. DXO possesses world-class expertise on applied Mathematics for image processing, camera design and image quality optimization.           Giroptic Mr. Pierre JEANNIN Sales Manager Giroptic is a pioneer in 360 degrees live streaming and virtual reality imaging technologies and services. Its mission is to enable people to communicate, capture and share their experiences in an immersive way.  Lyra Network Mr. Christophe MARIETTE Global sales Director Lyra Network offers services that are developed and implemented to secure and manage payments and data. Areas of expertise include proximity payments (POS services), e-commerce (PayZen solution), connected objects (optimal security and performance solutions for online data transfer) and e-invoicing solutions. MediaWen Mr. Erwan DE KERAUTEM Chief Executive Officer Mediawen International provides secure, cloud based platforms and tools for video content localization including Closed Captioning, Multilingual Subtitling and Automatic Dubbing across Web, mobile and TV. Their solutions incorporate cognitive AI technologies to automate labour intensive work in the following industries: M & E, e-learning, education, health, finance. Moskitos Mr. Bertrand MASSON Chief Executive Officer Moskitos publishes Crosscut®, a scalable and modular integration platform for quickly and totally secure connection of data, APIs and applications and fast digital innovation. Crosscut® gives companies the means to connect applications, devices, IoT, Cloud services and B2B partners by quickly deploying a secure platform that is easy to implement and learn. Patnering Robotics Mr. Ramesh CAUSSY  Founder & Chief Executive Officer Partnering Robotics creates self-learning, mobile and autonomous robots, who’s primary objective is to take care of people and the environment.  A key player in the French Robotics Industry has succeeded in creating a Made in France disruptive technology dedicated to well-being and energy efficiency, and that keeping Humans at the center of the robotic Paytweak Mr. Thierry MEIMOUN Chief Executive Officer Paytweak offers Universal Secure Payment Links and accepts all credit cards and issues electronic SEPA direct debit authorizations, receiving payments directly into one’s bank account with no delay, no intermediaries and no commission charges. Easy to setup, plug and play and accessible in expert or simplified mode, the Paytweak interface enables the whole solution to be controlled from the cloud, importing and exporting data and connecting it to one’s CRM and business software in one click.  StreamMind Ms. Christina LANGER   Head Marketing and Communications  StreamMind has developed a unique, transversal digital platform (TIME™), adaptable to all sectors, that combines everything that is common in your information systems (without impact), and facilitates agile, scalable innovation. StreamMind has developed the software behind the European inter-banking network, SEPAmail™ (present in + 280 European banks). Torskal Nanosciences Dr. (Ms.) Anne-Laure MOREL Founder & Chief Executive Officer  Torskal Nanosciences is a biotechnology company, based in Reunion Island. The company’s purpose is the design & development of metal (gold) nanoparticles by ecofriendly processes. Torskal is currently specializing in the Treatment of Cancer using Nanoparticles. PSAGroupe Mr. Joël VERANY  ‎ Vice President Distribution Strategy and Network Development India PSA is one of the biggest car makers in the world, with renowned brands Peugeot, Citroen and DS. The Group recently bought the iconic Indian name Ambassador and will shortly start to produce and sell cars in India.  PSA plans to develop partnerships in India with Tech start-ups to promote innovation in Sales, Marketing, Customers experience or Mobility.   

La French Tech se met à l’heure Indienne

Julian HOARAU - 11-mai-2017 10:02:27
  Business France organise, avec l’appui de ses partenaires, lundi19 juin 2017,  unatelier d’information gratuit sur le potentiel dedéveloppement de la French Tech en Inde (développement commercial) et avecl’Inde (partenariats globaux, innovation, etc.)  s’adressant aux start-up et PME dela French Tech désireuses de prospecter le marché indien et aux grandsgroupes s’intéressant aux développements de l’Inde en matière de technologieset d’innovation.  A l’issue de cet atelier, vous pourrezégalement rencontrer -dans le cadre d’entretins personnalisés- nos experts aveclesquels échanger sur vos ambitions et valider votre projet Inde.   Horaire                                         Lundi 19 juin 2017 08h30 - 09h00 Ouverture et introduction - Invité d’honneur : S.E. Dr. Mohan KUMAR, Ambassadeur d’Inde en France - S.E. M. Alexandre ZIEGLER, Ambassadeur de France en Inde - Mme Muriel PENICAUD, Directrice générale, Business France 09h00 - 09h30 Table-ronde « L’Inde, levier de croissance pour la French Tech » - M. Albert SZULMAN, CEO, Be-Bound - M. Lionel BARABAN, CEO, FAMOCO - M. Didier LARRIEU, Directeur commercial, Kerlink Modérateur : interlocuteur à confirmer 09h30 - 10h00 (10 min par intervenant) L’Inde, terre d’innovation et de co-développements - 1 grand compte français faisant de l’innovation en Inde - 1 fonds de capital-risque indien ou incubateur de start-up - 1 grand compte indien 10h00 - 10h20 (5 min par intervenant) L’India Tech fait son «  Demo Day  » à Paris Sessions de pitchs de 3 lauréats indiens du programme « French Tech Ticket » - M. Anand KRISHNA, CTO, Czar Securities   - M. Mani DORAISAMY, Founder, Guesswork.co - M. Ketan SANGHVI, CEO, Intripper   - M. Anurag RATHOR, Founder, Zify 10h20 - 10h30 Conclusions : Pourquoi la French Tech doit s’intéresser à l’Inde ? Interlocuteur à confirmer. 10h30 - 10h45 En 2017, mettez l’Inde au cœur de votre business plan ! Présentation du plan d’action Business France Inde et de la seconde édition du French Tech Tour Inde - M. Thibaut FABRE, Directeur, Business France Inde Programme d’accélération et de financement par Bpifrance -   Interlocuteur de Bpifrance à confirmer 10h45 - 11h00 Pause-café de networking 11h00 - 13h00 (30 min par entretien) Entretiens individuels de cadrage de stratégie de développement en Inde Avec les experts de Business France et de Bpifrance.                  

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

Purva Marwaha - 27-mars-2017 11:15:02
        Annual Report on Foreign Investment in France records over 150 Indian companies in France and 11 new investments from India in 2016             New Delhi, 27 th March, 2017 In the backdrop of the ongoing Creative France global campaign, Business France, the national agency for the international development of the French economy , recently published its “2016 Annual Report: Foreign Investment in France, the International Development of the French Economy”. The report reveals that there are over 150 Indian companies operating in France, where they employ more than 7,000 people. 11 new investments from India were recorded in 2016, creating or maintaining 171 jobs. According to this report, out of the Indian investments made in France in 2016: ·          36 % were in R&D and engineering activities; ·          27 % in decision-making centers; and ·          18 % in services to companies.   The Indian companies’ investments in France have been mainly in the IT, energy, recycling, aerospace and textile sectors. Some of the major Indian investment projects in France from the year 2016 include: - AEQUS (headquartered in Belgaum / Karnataka): After acquiring the SIRA Equipements plant in Besançon (Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region) in 2015 and saving 28 jobs, this Indian aerospace components manufacturer and solution provider confirmed it was hiring a further five employees in 2016. Aequs Aerospace is one of India’s fastest-growing precision engineering companies, and continued to further its expansion in France in 2016 by acquiring the SIRA Group. - ROYAL ENFIELD (headquartered in Gurgaon / Haryana): One of the most prestigious brands in the world of premium motorbikes alongside Triumph and Harley Davidson, Royal Enfield has set up its Western headquarters in Paris. It has opened a concept store in Levallois-Perret and an office for prospecting the French and European market. - ETOSHA (headquartered in New Delhi): This company specializes in the manufacture of fragrances, aromas and essential oils for the food industry, personal care and homecare. The company established its European subsidiary and creative laboratory in October 2016 in France, in the city of Grasse, for preparing formulations with French ingredients for the Indian and Middle Eastern markets.   Two Indian firms were among the winners of French Tech Ticket, a program designed for entrepreneurs from all over the world who want to create their startups in France:   1. GUESSWORK , an Indian start-up that provides a mobile app to connect customers to small e-merchants. Thanks to its incubation in Startup42, le Kremlin-Bicêtre (in the Parisian region), Guesswork has adapted its application to the European market. 2. DYMOND CLEANTECH , an Indian start-up which has developed an electrochemical solution for purifying water using diamond electrodes. Dymond Cleantech was incubated in La Paillasse, in Paris’ 2 nd arrondissement, in January 2016, where it benefited from technological workshops and co-working spaces to help it to reach its goal of commercializing its water purification processes not only in Europe but also in India, China and Africa. “The increasing interest in France of foreign and Indian companies and start-ups, such as Guesswork and Dymond Cleantech in 2016, confirms France as an attractive hub for innovation and creativity as a part of India’s expansion strategy in Europe. Indeed, with 100 000 engineers trained yearly, over 6 000 tech startups and over 200 tech startup incubators, acceleration programs, France stands among the leading tech-related entrepreneurship and innovation ecosystems worldwide” , said Alexandre Ziegler, Ambassador of France to India . In 2016, a total of 1,117 investment decisions – up 16%, with an average of 21 per week, representing the best year in the last decade – created or maintained 30,108 jobs (versus 962 decisions and 33,682 jobs in 2015). The number of decisions to invest at new sites in France grew 20%, accounting for a majority (51%) of all investment projects and 38% of all jobs generated (11,520 jobs). Foreign companies invested primarily in production/manufacturing and logistics operations, which accounted for 31% of all foreign investments in France (352 decisions) and 50% of the jobs generated (15,134 jobs). Ambassador Alexandre Ziegler added: “ With a 16% increase in investments in 2016 - that means an average of 21 investment decisions per week - the figures speak for themselves: France is an increasingly attractive investment location for foreign companies” . Key factors behind this success are France’s numerous globally recognised fundamental strengths: its central location in Europe, excellent communication and transport infrastructure, industrial skills in a wide range of sectors, high productivity, a well-qualified workforce and innovation. Thus, France continues to attract investment to ‘strategic’ business activities, and has now been Europe’s leading destination for foreign investment in the industrial sector for more than a decade. Innovation is recognized by business decision makers to be a driving force behind France’s attractiveness as an investment location, as is the thriving “La French Tech” ecosystem. In 2016, the 155 investment decisions in R&D, engineering and design, including 72 in R&D alone, confirmed this trend. This report seeks to shed light on the way the French economy is becoming increasingly globalized, and the trade and investment synergies that are fueling business development throughout the country. France’s strategic location makes it a natural export hub for countries throughout Europe and Africa. In 2016, as in the previous year, 30% of French exports were made by foreign-owned subsidiaries in France. To download the Annual Report, a summary and key extracts, click here   http://en.businessfrance.fr/discover-france/international-development-of-the-french-economy   About Business France Business France is the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy, responsible for fostering export growth by French businesses, as well as promoting and facilitating international investment in France. It promotes France’s companies, business image and nationwide attractiveness as an investment location, and also runs the VIE international internship program. Founded on January 1, 2015 through a merger between UBIFRANCE and the Invest in France Agency, Business France has 1,500 personnel, both in France and in 70 countries throughout the world, who work with a network of public- and private-sector partners. For further information, please visit: www.businessfrance.fr   Contacts: Julian Hoarau-Bouaziz Marketing and Communication Dept Email: Julian.hoarau@businessfrance.fr Téléphone: +91 (0) 11 43 19 63 03 M obile: +91 837 689 50 05 Purva Marwaha Marketing and Communication Dept Email: purva.marwaha@businessfrance.fr Téléphone: +91 (0) 11 43 19 63 06        

The “French Tech Tour to India 2016”, a platform to bridging further the French and Indian Tech ecosystems

Purva Marwaha - 26-oct.-2016 07:56:15
Business France, the Trade & Investment Commission of France in India, is organizing, with several stakeholders and partners, the first edition of the “French Tech Tour to India”, a multi-purpose and multi-format platform to run over the Embassy and the Consulate Generals of Delhi NCR, Bangalore and Mumbai from the 24 th  to the 28 th  of October, 2016.     The “French Tech Tour to India 2016” will also enable an active  participation of the “French Tech” ecosystem at the NASSCOM Product Conclave 2016  (Bangalore, 26 th  and 27 th  of October, 2016), with the objective of strengthening reciprocal awareness between the French and Indian Tech ecosystems, and promote France towards Indian Tech companies as a leading Innovation and Business Hub in Europe through a dedicated roundtable, Mr. Bertrand DIARD, Chairman of Tech in France and Serial Entrepreneur (Talend, Influans, Restlet and BonitaSoft), shall deliver a Key Note.   Curated  networking events across New Delhi  (24 th  of October, 2016),  Bangalore  (26 th  of October, 2016) and  Mumbai  (28th of October, 2016) are also been organized. These events will gather representatives from the “India Tech” ecosystem the delegation coming from France on this occasion and the “French Tech” players already active and making in India. In this regard, over 50 Digital and ICTs “French Tech” players are currently availing legal set-ups in India.   The Ambassador of France to India, Mr Alexandre ZIEGLER says “ « French Tech Tour to India will offer its participants a one-week program across Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai. It will be an immersive program for 9, carefully selected, innovative “French Tech” startups and SMEs who are looking at expanding in the Indian market. I am convinced that the multiple interactions, which will take place over the course of this week, will pave the way for further collaborations, agreements and partnerships between French and Indian Tech stakeholders!. ”     In addition, Mr. Loïc RIVIERE, Secretary General of TECH IN France, and Mr. Mani DORAISAMY, Co-Founder of Guesswork.co, one the Indian laureates of the Season 1 of this “French Tech Ticket” are part of the “French Tech Tour to India 2016” delegation, which benefited from the support of Air France, sponsoring some participants and Awardees, thus showing its commitment towards Tech startups and SMEs globally.   For some years now, the French Tech ecosystem has enjoyed a steady and strong development, driven by a new generation of entrepreneurs, investors, engineers, designers and other talented people. Like India, France has emerged as a leading Startup Power, home to vibrant Tech Hubs and talents, and imbued with a strong entrepreneurial culture.   France stands among the leading ecosystems globally when considering Tech-related Entrepreneurship and Innovation; as ascertained by the fact that France led -for the 6th consecutive year- the race in the “Deloitte Fast 500 2015 EMEA” ranking with 87 laureates.   The “French Tech Tour to India” finds its origin in the statement that with over 5,000 and 6,000 Tech startups respectively, and many large corporates involved in Open Innovation and Acceleration programs, India and France both belong to the Top 5 of the Tech startup ecosystems in the world. Yet, further initiatives need to be developed to exploit the true potential for synergies and value co-creation between the 2 Startup Powers.   Hence, in addition to the “French Tech Tour to India 2016”, and with further initiatives to come, the call for applications for the Season 2 of the “French Tech Ticket” program has been actively promoted over Q3 2016 towards the Indian entrepreneurial ecosystem. The “French Tech Ticket” consists of a 1-year program to welcome foreign entrepreneurs and early stage startups to set up and accelerate activities in France. It is noteworthy to mention that India ranked first, for the second consecutive year and by a large margin, in terms of the number of applications received for the 2017 promotion, which shall consist in a pool of 70 foreign startups.   On a concluding note,  “Building on the promising level of cooperation shown at the Economic, Investment, Academic and R&D levels, the “French Tech” and “India Tech” is relevant  to co-create further economic value, which gives us even more eagerness to bridge and synergize further the two ecosystems. Business France is thus deeply engaged in this drive aiming at further encouraging “India Tech” players to consider France as both a relevant partner, market and Hub in Europe, and vice versa. The “French Tech Tour to India 2016”, to become an annual rendezvous, shall contribute to this ambition in complement to other initiatives. ” says Mr. Sylvain BIARD, Managing Director Mumbai Office and Head, Tech & Services Department, Business France.          

French Tech Tour - A ticket to France

Julian HOARAU - 29-août-2016 11:30:04
  The French Tech Ticket is a welcome package designed for foreign entrepreneurs who wish to create or develop their early stage startups in France!   It includes a free space in an incubator for 12 months, a Resident Permit for 2/3 Co-founders, access to acceleration programs (mentoring, events, etc.), a “Landing Pack” and a prize money of 45,000 euros per project with no loss of equity.   The first season of French Tech Ticket saw 723 projects submitted by foreign entrepreneurs and early stage s tartups from 90 countries. W ith 82 projects submitted, India ranked 1 st as country of origin of these applications. This “Promotion 2016” includes 23 startups currently been accelerated in France for 12 month s , out of which 2 of the laureates are Indian startups:   GUESS WORK -  http://www.guesswork.co/ DYMOND CLEAN TECH - http://www.dymondcleantech.com/home/en   The French Tech Ticket - Season 2 looks for an even bigger scale, with  41 very specialized incubators hav ing partnered across France (vs. 10 Parisian incubators only in Season 1) to welcome the second intake of startups . And 70 international startups ( about 180 entrepreneurs ) will join the Season 2 starting from January 2017 (vs. 49 entrepreneurs from 23 startups in Season 1) Applications are already open ed and closing date has been extended u ntil September 23rd 2016.   To become one of these entrepreneurs , apply now to season 2 on http://www.frenchtechticket.com/ !  

French Government kicks off French Tech Ticket - Season 2

Purva Marwaha - 27-juin-2016 06:18:00
French Government kicks off French Tech Ticket - Season 2, an opportunity for Indian early-stage startups to grow internationally from France.   After a promising Season 1, which saw over 1,300 applications from around the World and welcomed 23 startup teams in Paris including 2 startups from India, the French Tech Ticket is back. For this 2 nd session, 70 projects will be selected to join, as of January 2017, 41 partner incubators all over France!   Led by the French Government, the " French Tech Ticket " program consists in providing a “welcome pack” to entrepreneurs across Tech-intensive sectors (ICTs, Internet / Mobile, FinTech, HealthTech, BioTech, CleanTech, Aerospace, FoodTech…) from all over the world looking at setting up or scaling up innovative startups in France.    The call for applications for the 2017 promotion has been launched on the 21 st of June, 2016 and will end on the 24 th of August, 2016.   What’s in it for French Tech Ticket winners?                                                                              The laureates will benefit from a welcome package which includes: -           a prize money / funding of EUR 45,000 per project with no loss of equity, -           a fast-track procedure to obtain a French resident permit, -           a 12-month free office space in one of the 41 partner incubators, -           a dedicated acceleration and mentoring program, -           a soft landing pack to help you relocating easily to France, -           and a help desk to help you with administrative procedures. Learn more about the program at https://youtu.be/l01C_xOxKwE and apply from now at the following link: www.frenchtechticket.com    

OFFRE DE STAGE DE FIN D’ETUDES (6 MOIS) EN INDE

Sylvain Biard - 17-mai-2016 09:42:52
Chargé(e) de Mission « French Tech Tour Inde 2016 » Du 15 juin au 14 décembre 2016 Poste basé à Bombay Business France Inde  organisera du 24 au 28 octobre 2016 à Bangalore, Bombay et Delhi, la première édition de son « French Tech Tour Inde 2016 », événement phare du pôle Tech & Services de Business France Inde, qui vise à : 1. Sélectionner une dizaine de start-up françaises parmi les plus innovantes pour les accompagner dans leur ambitions de développement sur le marché indien. 2. Promouvoir l’écosystème de la «  French Tech » et le programme «  French Tech Ticket » auprès de l’écosystème de l’ « India Tech » (start-up, grands comptes, incubateurs et accélérateurs, VCs, médias, etc.) pour renforcer les relations entre les 2 écosystèmes. Dans ce cadre, Business France Inde recherche un(e) Stagiaire « Chargé(e) de Mission French Tech Tour Inde 2016 » basé au sein de son bureau de Bombay. Ce(tte) Chargé(e) de Mission sera placé(e) sous la responsabilité et supervision du Directeur de Bureau Business France de Bombay et Chef de Pôle Tech & Services, pilote de ce projet. Principales missions : - Coordonner, de manière générale, l’organisation du « French Tech Tour Inde 2016 » avec les équipes du pôle Tech & Services de Business France Inde et les autres services concernés (PROCOM, Invest, etc.). - Contribuer à promouvoir cet événement auprès des start-up françaises et de leur écosystème, dans le but de mobiliser une délégation de start-up françaises la plus pertinente possible. - Contribuer à promouvoir cet événement auprès des acteurs économiques et de l’écosystème de l’India Tech », dans le but de promouvoir la « French Tech » et favoriser les rapprochements entre entreprises françaises et indiennes. - Organiser les sous-événements composant le « French Tech Tour Inde 2016 » (rencontres d’affaires, sessions de pitchs, cocktails, etc.). - Coordonner la bonne organisation des programmes de mission des start-up françaises sélectionnées, etc. Le/a Chargé(e) de Mission pourra également contribuer à d’autres initiatives et actions du pôle Tech & Services de Business France Inde, notamment à l’issue du « French Tech Tour Inde 2016 ». Profil recherché : Candidat issue d’une école de commerce / IAE (Master 2) ou école d’ingénieurs. - Parfaite maîtrise de l’anglais à l’écrit comme à l’oral. - Culture du résultat. - Fibre commerciale. - Capacité à travailler en équipe et excellent relationnel. - Sens des responsabilités, disponibilité et proactivité. - Capacités d’organisation et d’analyse. - Maîtrise de la suite Microsoft Office. Toute première expérience (stage) au sein d’une entreprise de la « French Tech » constituera un plus. Indemnités : Barème légal 2016, avec possibilité de prime de résultats. Contact : Tout dossier de candidature comprenant CV et lettre de motivation doit être adressé d’ici au 25 mai 2016 au plus tard à : M. Sylvain BIARD, Chef de Pôle Tech & Services : sylvain.biard@businessfrance.fr * * * * * Cette mission, à mener à bien dans le cadre des missions générales incombant aux bureaux Business France, nécessitera des échanges réguliers avec nos collègues du Département Tech & Services au siège de Business France et dans nos autres bureaux à l’étranger ainsi qu’avec des partenaires industriels (fédérations professionnelles, pôles de compétitivité, clusters, etc.). A propos de Business France et Business France Inde : Les bureaux Business France sont les relais à l’étranger de Business France, l’Agence française pour l’internationalisation de l’économie française (1 500 salariés, en France et dans 72 pays), avec une triple mission : - Export : accompagnement des entreprises françaises sur les marchés extérieurs et promotion des exportations françaises ; - Invest : promotion et facilitation des investissements internationaux en France ; - Promotion-Communication (PROCOM) : promotion de l’image business de la France à l’étranger à travers la conduite de campagnes du type « Créative France ». S’agissant du Département Export de Business France et des équipes Export à l’étranger, ils ont pour vocation : - le recueil et l’analyse d’informations sur les évolutions sectorielles et réglementaires des marchés export ; - l’accompagnement des exportateurs et des investisseurs français sur les marchés extérieurs (diffusion d’information, réalisation d’études de marché, mise en contact avec des prospects et partenaires potentiels, recherche de débouchés, accompagnement en matière d’accès aux marchés ou de communication à l’international, etc.) ; un soutien spécifique étant apporté aux PME et ETI à fort potentiel d’internationalisation ; - la promotion du savoir-faire, des produits et des technologies français au travers de l’organisation de pavillons France sur des salons internationaux, de colloques techniques, mais aussi par des actions de communication dans la presse étrangère spécialisée. L’équipe de Business France en Inde (qui a également compétence sur le Bangladesh, le Pakistan et le Sri Lanka par le biais de partenaires dans ces pays), est constituée d’environ 35 salariés répartis dans les 4 bureaux Business France en Inde (New Delhi, Bombay, Bangalore et Chennai). Plus spécifiquement, l’équipe Export s’organise autour de 4 pôles sectoriels (AGROTECH, Industries & Cleantech, Art de Vivre - Santé, Tech & Services) et un pôle transversal (Services aux Entreprises : informations et accès marché, gamme de communication et relations presse, promotion et suivi de la formule VIE).
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Sophie Clavelier, Country Head   Welcome to the French Trade Commission Business France in India!     Our key mission is to promote trade relations between France and India. We assist French- based companies seeking potential partners and new markets in India, while helping Indian businesses to identify potential French suppliers, commercial and technical partners.   In India, our 4 offices are located in business hubs, New Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Chennai. We have a dedicated multicultural team of 38 experts in the following growing sectors: Agrofood Industry Industry and Cleantech Lifestyle and Healthcare Tech & Services Our Trade Commission also has a Press office in charge of helping French companies to communicate in India as well as a Market Access Department enabling them to better understand and adjust to the Indian regulatory and fiscal framework. In

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