Services

SLUSH Helsinki 2015

Martine Joly - 15-févr.-2016 03:18:45

  In 2015, Slush brought together 15.000 attendees, including 1.700 startups, 800 venture capital investors and 630 journalists from exactly 100 countries. People from more than half of the world’s countries traveled to the cold and dark Helsinki, with the ambition of taking their business to the next level.   Slush is a non-profit event organized by a community of entrepreneurs, investors, students and festival organizers. In 2015, Business France was given the responsibility to promote the French Tech brand and initiative internationally. This means showing the world that not only is France an innovation hotspot, but that it is also going through a deep cultural and mentality change, making it more startup friendly than ever.   On top of featuring several examples of some of France’s most promising startups (which you can meet at SLUSH), this catalogue is meant to break the myth of a closed-to-foreign investment country of bureaucrats where innovation is stifled.       Download the catalog “ La French Tech at SLUSH ”:   http://export.businessfrance.fr/Galerie/Files/Divers/Catalogue_Slush_Helsinki_11,-12-novembre-2015.pdf  


EM TECH Cambridge 2015

Martine Joly - 15-févr.-2016 03:13:45

  EmTech MIT is an opportunity to discover future trends and begin to understand the technologies that will drive the new global economy. It’s where tech, business, and culture converge, and where you gain access to the most innovative people and companies in the world. The following pages present some of the young faces behind this silent revolution. They are the 10 winners of the French edition of the MIT Innovators Under 35, and they embody this generation of bright people rained in the best schools, who dream big, are open to the world and welcome the ideas of others. Their stories speak better than any graph, figures or complicated argument we could come up with. They show that France is breeding a new generation of entrepreneurs equipped to provide the most innovative solutions to world’s problems.   Download the catalog “ French innovators at EM TECH ”: http://export.businessfrance.fr/Galerie/Files/Divers/Catalogue_Emtech_Cambridge_2,-4-novembre-2015.pdf  


Venture Scape San Francisco 2015

Martine Joly - 15-févr.-2016 03:06:22

  France has a track record in disruptive technology, from the Minitel service, a precursor to the internet, to the SIM card. Today’s startups bathe in the same pools of creativity and innovative research, and enjoy world-class digital infrastructure and a supportive business environment. For some years now, the French Tech ecosystem has shown an incredible dynamism, driven by a new generation of entrepreneurs, investors, engineers, designers, and other talented people. France is a new start-up Republic, home of vibrant tech hubs and talents impregnated with a strong entrepreneurial culture. The name of this movement is “La French Tech”, a shared brand by French startup and by the French government which supports them.   Download the catalog “ Venture Scape San Francisco ”:   http://export.businessfrance.fr/Galerie/Files/Divers/Catalogue-VentureScape_San-Francisco_6,-7-mai-2015.pdf    


Singapore, Global MBA, EDHEC, April 7-11

Thomas.vial - 10-avr.-2014 10:25:36

As every year, 30 international EDHEC Global MBA students are coming to Singapore for a Business Trip dealing with Leadership and Management in South-East Asia. In 2014, the students come from more than 15 different countries. During this week of visit sessions, the MBA delegation will have the opportunity to meet executives from Singaporean and International companies implanted in Singapore (Hyflux, Gemalto, OCBC, Hermès, EY, ION Orchard, Google, Lazada, SportsHub…).   Each meeting is seen as a time of sharing of experiences to know more about the local job market and the best business practices. Their program was made in collaboration with UBIFRANCE.   In this context, Mr. Benjamin DUBERTRET, Ambassador of France in Singapore, highlighted the good quality of the bilateral relationships between France and Singapore, both from a political and economic point of view.  


About
The NTIS department of the French Trade Commission - Business France in Singapore strives to help the French ICT & Services companies develop their business in Singapore. Our areas of knowledge & expertise cover the following industries: IT: Hard & Software, Consultancy and related Services (Enterprise solutions, Applications, IT for the Finance and Healthcare industry). Electronics : Semiconductors, RFID, NFC Telecommunications : Network equipment and services, Mobile technology Media : Audio/Video production, Digital media, Gaming, Advertisement Services : Banking & Finance, Tourism, Health services   With this simple goal in mind, Business France also aims to connect with Singapore institutions and companies, providing them with  opportunities to get to know the French market better and link up with French counterparts and potential partners.    Local Partners Our

READ MORE

Facebook
Press area & Media Gallery