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The French Tech will be present in force at the Mobile World Congress 2019 (MWC) in Barcelona

SSG - 17-janv.-2019 11:01:56
The MWC is the unmissable global mobile, services and content event which gathered 2400 exhibitors, 107 000 visitors from 208 countries in 2018.   For the 13th consecutive year, from 25 to 28 February 2019, Business France, the agency responsible for supporting the international development of the French economy, will be organizing the French Tech pavilion at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona. Over 100 innovative SMEs and start-ups will be exhibiting at this French Tech pavilion.   The French Tech pavilion will enable several partner regions such as Brittany, Occitanie and Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azur as well as the competitiveness clusters “Systematic Paris Region” and “Secure Communications Solutions” to exhibit there.   The French Tech pavilion will be the largest national pavilion at the show, with an exhibition space of 630 sq m. It will be spread over 2 islands in Hall 5 (5B41 / 5B61) and 2 islands in Hall 8.1 (8.1D41 / 8.1E49) “APP PLANET”. The companies hosted at the French Tech pavilion belong to a range of Telecoms sectors:   mobile applications, infrastructures, mobile advertising and mobile marketing, mobile games and accessories, engineering services and financial services.   The companies supported by Business France, moreover, can meet operators and players from the following countries: South Africa, Germany, Brazil, Canada, China, Ivory Coast, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey and USA.   A wide range of innovations will be presented at the show, including:   KONROW : This French brand of smartphones and tablets designs telephones which answer each of your uses. With Konrow, discover a reliable and accessible brand which proposes you the products you need. With our products and our philosophy, we defend the simplicity and the accessibility, and we offer you an alternative which is meaningful.   FOXY NERD STUDIO develops SaaS Digital Marketing solutions for big companies. Our digital listening & brand awareness solution allows big companies to monitor how customers and people react on their communication on social media and platforms dedicated to collect customers feedbacks.   DEJAMOBILE is a Fintech offering white label software solutions in the field of mobile transaction services. Dejamobile solutions enable payment, commerce and transport companies to deploy secure and interactive mobile services using proximity technologies such as NFC, QR code and Bluetooth Smart.   The complete list of the French exhibitors at the French Tech pavilion is available from the following website: https://events-export.businessfrance.fr/mwc   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. Created on 1 January 2015, Business France came about following a merger between UBIFRANCE and AFII (the French agency for international investments. Business France has 1,500 employees in France and 70 other countries. It works with a network of public and private partners. For more information, please visit: www.businessfrance.fr   About the French Tech The French Tech is the term used to describe the French start-up community: entrepreneurs, investors, engineers, designers, incubators, public organizations, etc. committed to the growth of French start-ups and to their international prosperity. This community includes unicorns such as Blablacar, Criteo, and Vente-privee and champions like Sigfox, Devialet and Voodoo which respectively raised 150 million euros in 2016, 160 million euros and 170 million euros in 2018. The French Tech initiative is an innovative public policy created in 2013. It is not about the government imposing regulations and limits. I’s about the government supporting the start-up community. For further information: www.meetlafrenchtech.com      Contact :Caroline Ginoux, Head of Tech operations - Digital Technologies Department E-mail: caroline.ginoux@businessfrance.fr    

프랑스의 매력적인 투자 환경 FRANCE ATTRACTIVENESS SCOREBOARD

Hyun Mo KIM - 06-févr.-2017 02:11:51
                                              FRANCE ATTRACTIVENESS SCOREBOARD                                                                                &                                              SURVEY ON FRANCE’S BUSINESS IMAGE   FRANCE ATTRACTIVENESS SCOREBOARD       For the seventh consecutive year, Business France, in conjunction with the Treasury Directorate at the French Ministry for the Economy and Finance, and the French Commission for Regional Equality (CGET), is proud to present the France Attractiveness Scoreboard . By compiling a vast array of economic data concerning outcome indicators and economic attractiveness criteria, and without resorting to data-weighted aggregate indicators, the Scoreboard enables an objective analysis to be made of France as an investment location.    Reasons for publishing the France Attractiveness Scoreboard    To meet the challenge of measuring France’s investment attractiveness in relation to other major European countries.    To shed light on the complexity of measuring an economy’s attractiveness, a notion that depends on a considerable number of different criteria.    To measure this attractiveness using quantifiable economic indicators from leading data sources (OECD, IMF, UNCTAD, Eurostat, etc.).    Methodological approach    A comparison of France’s attractiveness relative to 13 other countries: Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, United Kingdom, United States and Sweden.    The Scoreboard uses 126 indicators to examine economic attractiveness criteria in nine fields influencing the location of foreign investments: market size and strength / education and human capital / research and innovation / infrastructure / administrative and regulatory environment / financial environment / costs and taxation / quality of life / green growth.    Key points   1- This seventh edition confirms that France’s structural advantages are fundamental to its investment attractiveness, and also highlights the impact of reforms underway to boost the competitiveness of the French economy.   2- In contrast to international rankings based on composite competitiveness indicators and opinion surveys that provide patchy analysis far removed from the reality observed by investors on the ground, the France Attractiveness Scoreboard provides comparative and objective analysis of the main criteria against which France’s investment attractiveness can be judged.   3- Main findings:    France’s strengths: Market size and location, human capital, an innovation- and R&D-friendly tax environment, a beneficial administrative and regulatory environment for business creation, high-quality infrastructure, a cost-effective energy mix, rising hourly labor productivity and moderation of labor costs in industry.    France’s weaknesses: Taxation in particular.   CONCLUSION : The Scoreboard seeks to demonstrate that investment attractiveness cannot be measured using a single indicator, and must instead be assessed holistically by considering all the components that make an economy attractive. It pinpoints a number of areas in which France must regain ground in today’s competitive environment, and underlines the purpose of current reforms.   FRANCE’S FIELDS OF EXCELLENCE Top 20 indicators of France’s attractiveness as an investment location France’s position Leading countries Fertility rate (2014) 1 France, Ireland Access to EU-27 markets (2015) 3 Belgium, Netherlands Trends in unit labor costs (2015) - Manufacturing sector 1 France, Netherlands Trends in productivity per hour worked (2015) - Manufacturing sector 2 Sweden, France Government funding of business enterprise R&D expenditure (BERD) and R&D tax incentives (2013) 1 France, Belgium R&D personnel (2014) 4 Finland, Sweden Net growth in active enterprises (2014)- Total economy 1* France, United Kingdom Net growth in active enterprises (2014)- Manufacturing sector 1* France, Netherlands 15 leading airports in the EU-28 (2015) – cargo 1 France (Paris-CDG), Germany (Frankfurt am Main) 15 leading airports in the EU-28 (2015) – passengers 2 United Kingdom (Heathrow), France (Paris-CDG) Broadband penetration rate (2015) 2 Netherlands, France Electricity rates (2015) 3 Sweden, Finland Enterprises and individuals using the internet for interaction with public authorities (2015) 2 Finland, France Change in lending to non-financial corporations (2016) 1* France, Germany Global market share in European investment funds industry (2015) 3 Ireland, Germany Venture capital investment (2015) 3 Finland, Ireland Carbon intensity (2014) 2 Sweden, France please continue reading on the attached document  

2016 Strategic Attractiveness Council round table

Hyun Mo KIM - 24-mars-2016 07:31:57
2016 Strategic Attractiveness Council round table A new Strategic Attractiveness Council round table for foreign investors was held on Tuesday March 22, 2016 at the Élysée Palace, with French President François Hollande, Prime Minister Manuel Valls, various ministers – Jean-Marc Ayrault, Emmanuel Macron, Matthias Fekl, and Alain Vidalies – and Muriel Pénicaud, France’s Ambassador for International Investment, and CEO of Business France. Representatives of 26 leading multinationals from 16 different countries enjoyed face-to-face talks to further dialogue between the French government and CEOs and investors from throughout the world, highlighting once again France’s attractiveness as an investment location. The agenda included an overview of the government’s economic policy, followed by an update of measures undertaken to improve France’s attractiveness to investment, and then a round table entitled “France: A prime manufacturing, logistics and export business location”. The event concluded by a lunch with the French President, Prime Minister and various ministers, and a networking opportunity for all participants.  

파리, 외국투자 선호지 계속 유지 Paris remains leading foreign investment location

Hyun Mo KIM - 16-févr.-2016 03:18:26
Paris remains leading foreign investment location     KPMG’s Global Cities Investment Monitor 2016, carried out in partnership with the Greater Paris Investment Agency, was published earlier this month, revealing the latest performances of the world’s major cities in attracting ‘greenfield’ investments (job-creating investments at new sites).   Paris remains Europe’s second leading destination, and is ranked fifth in the world with 126 investments recorded, mainly from Western Europe (66), between October 2014 and September 2015.   Paris is also among the leading three recipients of R&D center projects, reflecting its attractiveness to foreign investment and influence in creative sectors.   https://www.kpmg.com/FR/fr/IssuesAndInsights/ArticlesPublications/Press-releases/Pages/20160204-Investissements-internationaux-2016.aspx      
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