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An unbreakable smartphone? Global launch of Athesi professional’s new smartphone range

Manon Gueret - 20-févr.-2020 16:57:20

The go-to manufacturer for durable, resistant mobile phones for professionals working in extreme conditions,  Athesi  is now set to be the go-to for all smartphone users. They are launching their new range of 3 high-spec, rugged, waterproof Android smartphones models, the  AP5701, AP5801 and AP6301 (previously due to take place at  Mobile World Congress ).   No need for a case! Sleek, light & efficient, Athesi’s new smartphone range is set apart by its incredible resistance to damage and rugged credentials: Able to withstand multiple drops onto concrete from heights of 1.5m Waterproof up to 1.5m for 30 minutes MIL-STD-810g & IP68  and IP69K certified Fully functional in extreme temperatures : -30° Each model comes with a 2-year warranty from the date of purchase SOS feature : close all your apps to limit consumption and extend the battery life to send an emergency message with your location every 10 minutes   An Athesi Professional phone is designed for those in non-desk jobs, those working outdoors, athletes, or even just people who are clumsy, or don’t want their phone to break from a single shock. The phones have up to 128 Gb ROM to provide massive storage for photos, movies, music & documents.   “I’ve run out of battery” is no longer an excuse Not only are they dustproof  and waterproof (IP68 rating), limiting damages and breakages common in popular smartphones but also offer practical solutions: Equipped for wireless charging Long-lasting batteries, allowing days of use without charging   3 models for 3 sets of requirements  The 3 models are designed to cater for 3 different budgets, with prices ranging from around £200 for the cost-effective AP5701 to up to £700 for the more advanced AP6301. The AP5801 range sits in the middle, at roughly £400 per model. Despite being the least expensive model, the AP5701 can run for 600 hours in standby mode and for 23 hours of talk time. With a 5.7” touchscreen, & an easy unlock system via a side-set fingerprint sensor, this phone is designed for anyone looking for a cost-effective, durable & resistant smart phone.  The mid-range model, the AP5801, has a 5.8” touchscreen with features for sporting as well as harsh or outdoor environments. This innovative model can detect volatile organic compounds, including man-made and natural chemical compounds that are harmful to health. It enables professionals working in hazardous environments to avoid breathing in too many harmful gases from, for example, recently renovated rooms, or contaminated outside air.  What’s more, the AP5801 includes an inbuilt heartrate sensor, which allows users to measure their pulse, which is particularly useful for sportspeople. At the top-end, the AP6301 with a 6.3" touchscreen, goes a step further, with a unique feature: an integrated FLIR LEPTON professional thermal imaging camera. It locates heat sources and transforms them into a thermal image that can be seen and measured, f acilitating the work of the mobile technicians and helping electricians to safely inspect electrical cabinets and detect malfunctions. It is also equipped with a  high-quality 48 Sony Megapixel  camera complete with night shot mode camera, and a 20 Megapixel  front camera.   The mid-and-top models are powered by the AI Master Helio P70 Octa-core processor and run on a powerful 6Gb RAM, which ensures that Athesi Professional phones are high speed and responsive.   More information can be found on Athesi’s website,  www.athesi-professional.com , and the phones will also be available to buy on Amazon UK Marketplace.   For more information, please contact  penelope.atkinson@businessfrance.fr .  

Press Releases
  Tech and Services Department

Electronics and IT

France to make waves at Oceanology International 2020

Manon Gueret - 19-févr.-2020 15:36:51

French specialists in oceanological industries are expanding their expertise across emerging industrial sectors. Alongside the traditional marine-based sectors (transport, fishing and seafood, naval and nautical industry, submarine cables & energy resources), French companies continue to innovate and lead the way, across areas including biotechnologies, renewable energies & mineral resources. Their latest technologies will be at the fore on the French Pavilion at  Oceanology International  in London, from 17 th  – 19 th  March 2020.   The French marine technology sector offers a great many advantages With a maritime surface area of 4.2 million square miles (11 million sq km) 97% of which are in France’s overseas territories, the French maritime economy has the 2 nd largest global maritime space and Europe’s leading seaboard. It is thus unsurprising that France are leaders in the maritime trade. France’s marine industry is made up of 4 major groups: shipbuilding, marine renewable energies, nautical industries & services, and offshore operations. It is ranked 6th in the world , & 2nd in Europe for shipbuilding  (sales of £9.5bn in 2018), and as for Renewable Marine Energy , its energy recovery potential is among the largest in the world (cumulative sales of £408 million in 2017). In the field of Ports/Maritime Transport , France is ranked as the 5 th European port power , with 7 major maritime ports with high-quality infrastructures and modern facilities.   Game-changing innovations at Oceanology International In 2020, French companies continue to innovate and lead the way in the maritime sector. On the French Pavilion at Oceanology International, visitors can meet cutting-edge companies , including Unseenlabs who develop, produce and operate innovative surveillance technology. Specialised in detecting of electromagnetic emissions, the company has developed to a unique electromagnetic intelligence solution capable of observing maritime traffic, even without a cooperative beacon . They have planned to ambitious launch of between 20 – 50 satellites, starting this year. Waves’n See , the coastal video monitoring company, will also be part of the French Pavilion. Their solution optimises the management of sedimentary resources and anticipates coastal risks, with customised settings : automatic shoreline detection, sand volume & bathymetric changes, wave parameters (height, period, direction). Clients benefit from continuous and remote data acquisition to optimise beach nourishment operations:  identify and locate recurrent & critical sand deficits, evaluate the efficiency of coastal defences, anticipate critical sediment levels, and monitor the impact of extreme events.   Oceanology International - a must for French experts Business France, the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy, is once again organising, in partnership with the Brittany and Mediterranean Seas clusters, the French pavilion at Oceanology International, the world’s leading exhibition for oceanology and marine science and technology. The diverse and innovative nature of the French expertise is reflected on the pavilion, which is made up of 25 exhibitors. Come and meet French suppliers keen to meet key decision makers, seek out partners & showcase their innovative products and technologies to foreign businesses within the industry, exhibiting at the Business France pavilion, stands K200, L200 ,L300 and Q291!  

Press Releases
  Industry and Cleantech Department

Shipbuilding and Naval

Skillogs to launch international bachelor of culinary arts via acarya, their ai-powered vocational online learning platform at BETT 2020

Pénélope Atkinson - 28-janv.-2020 12:23:08

  London, 28/01/2020: After a busy start to the 2019-2020 school year with more than 10,000 French students joining their digital learning platform, Skillogs is expanding internationally to train learners across Europe at Bett 2020 (stand SR40). Skillogs have adapted their ACARYA digital learning platform for the UK market & will be launching it at the show, alongside their new International BA in ‘Culinary Arts & FoodTech’. A new era of education: for ages 6 to 99 Skillogs’ digital learning platform, ACARYA, aims to bring an end to chapter-based e-learning, and identical MOOCs for everyone thanks to its adaptive learning approach. Using data analysis, ACARYA distributes individual curriculums to each learner , giving users an arsenal of tools to identify the problem areas. It uses this data to constitute homogeneous groups, optimise time, & give exercises according to the levels of each learner. ACARYA analyses questions & identify all relevant segments of the course related to that question. Skillogs’ innovating EdTech with international ambition The EdTech start-up is launching its international bachelor’s in culinary arts & "FoodTech" and is looking for international partners. An EMEA Vocational and Culinary tour will take place in Autumn to launch this 100% online course, piloted by Artificial Intelligence and the best trainers and experts across EMEA countries.   A trusted partner for expansion Skillogs’ platform is a respected vocational training tool in France. C3 Group , a major vocational training provider based across the Channel, has entrusted the start-up with all the digital content for their Associate Degree courses. It is currently used by over 350 students using 800 hours of lessons that are now 100% online. The company has seen greater student engagement as well as increased student satisfaction (+5%). Such is the success of this partnership that C3 will roll out the solution to 2,000 students at the start of the next school year. Dedicated to upskilling, a key partner for businesses ACARYA users can acquire over 13,485 skills . Whatever the curriculum, it is integrated into ACARYA’s e-learning platform, and the content is adapted to each student: from coding to sales, foreign languages to catering & more. Vocational training & employee upskilling can be make-or-break for modern businesses, with a UK national survey showing that 70% of respondents indicated that job-related training and development opportunities influenced their decision to stay at their job . This figure was even higher among millennials, at 87%. [i] ACARYA has proved a success in France, where Skillogs’ customers range from vocational centres & universities to businesses. The importance of upskilling employees for businesses is not to be overlooked and is shown to have a positive impact on the bottom line. According to a survey by the Association for Talent Development, companies that offer comprehensive training programs enjoy a 24% higher profit margin than those who spend less on training . [ii] A long-term research project commissioned by Middlesex University for Work Based Learning found that from a 4,300 workers sample, 74% felt that they weren’t achieving their full potential at work due to lack of development opportunities. [iii] What’s more, 40% of employees who don’t receive the necessary job training to become effective will leave their positions within the first year, entailing recruitment costs and loss of production. Vocational training & upskilling, as offered by Skillogs, can be key contributing factors to a company’s success. A Skillsoft survey from the UK shows that roughly two-thirds of the workers stated that they felt workplace training should continue throughout their career , regardless of their seniority. [iv] Find Skillogs on the French Pavilion at stand SR40 at Bett 2020. [i] https://www.gallup.com/workplace/236438/millennials-jobs-development-opportunities.aspx [ii] https://businesstrainingexperts.com/knowledge-center/training-roi/profiting-from-learning/ [iii] https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/275842 [iv] https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/275842  

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  Tech and Services Department

Electronics and IT

France’s agri-food industry continues to shine with R&D and innovations

Pénélope Atkinson - 03-déc.-2019 15:14:48

Agri-food is France’s largest industrial sector with 61,000 businesses, 570,000 personnel and annual revenues of €185 billion. However, the industry is not resting on its laurels, and French agri-food professionals are innovating across the industry. In France, 69% of the agri-food industry innovates , a figure which is 9 points higher than the average for the country’s manufacturing industries (INSEE, CIS survey). France boasts a strong R&D ecosystem , and is home to INRA , IRSTEA , and The French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD) , as well as 15 agro-industrial technical institutes, The French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (ANSES) , and 11 innovation clusters.   R&D & Innovative change The results of this rich R&D environment are being felt throughout the country. In the last 10 years, foreign investment projects in agri-food have increased by 77% [1] , and the country has seen a move towards organic farming & smart food. The industry is modernising and continually adapting to demand. For example, the Digital Farming Association brings together innovative players from the agricultural industry. These include Weenat , supplier and manager of meteorological and agricultural information through connected sensors; Naïo , whose agricultural robots help farmers weed, hoe and harvest in an environmentally friendly way; and Carbon Bee , which has developed a hyperspectral camera for agricultural drones.   Growing organic France has the largest agricultural area in Europe (29 million hectares) and is Europe’s top agricultural producer, thus is considered a leader in the agri-food industry worldwide. From 2015 to 2018, the organic food market in France grew by 64%, and is the 2nd largest in Europe, worth €9.7 billion in 2018. In late 2018, there were 61,768 farms involved in organic farming, representing 14.3% jump from 2017. French organic exports, valued at €707 million, grew by 12% in 2017. [2]   Smart food choices at the fore Many innovative projects have already emerged under the “smart food choices” banner, which focuses on new, sustainable forms of food . Examples include the Algolife algae production and processing facility and the success of Novolyze , recognized for its innovation and expertise in the food safety market.   French innovations on show at Food Ingredients Europe Food Ingredients Global trade fairs are key dates in the calendar for in the food and beverage industry for professionals around the world, and so French exhibitors are a key presence at these events to meet premier suppliers and buyers. At Food Ingredients Europe in Paris this week over 100 French companies will showcase their most innovative culinary products.   [1] https://www.plateforme-attractivite.com/wpcontent/uploads/2018/12/INFOGRAPHIE_AGROALIMENTAIRE_UK_PROCOM_DAPE_2018_10_19.pdf [2] https://www.plateforme-attractivite.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/10-PTS-CLES-AGROALIMENTAIRE-2019-Fili%C3%A8re-Bio-UK.pdf

Press Releases
  Food and Drinks

Bakery, Grocery, Baked goods, Miscellaneous

European Utility Week (EUW) 2019, Why France?

Catherine Ryall - 11-nov.-2019 14:59:51

This year’s European Utility Week is taking place in Paris, following its selection as European Capital of Innovation last year by the EU. It is “an ideal location as it is not only on the doorstep of French industry, it is also easily accessible for the increasing number of power and utility companies from across Europe […]", says EUW director Paddy Young. Smart Grids in France Whether it is the production, distribution, consumption or storage of energy, Smart Grids play a key role in adapting electricity networks to energy transition. Within a global market estimated at €30 billion, the French smart grids sector represents €6 billion in turnover, half of which comes from exports (Source: Think Smartgrids 2018). France also exports more electricity than any other country in Europe after Germany (51.7 TWh from 2017-2018) (Source: RTE, 2018). There are over 150 active Smart Grids projects in France. 4 regions have launched major projects: ·                     Southern France Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur ( Flexgrid ) ·                     Brittany & Pays de la Loire ( Smile ) ·                     Northern French Hauts-de-France ( You&Grid ) A healthy ecosystem: large groups and smart start-ups In addition to the country’s several international groups in the electricity sector, such as EDF and Engie , the 2 largest electricity producers in France, the French Smart Grids industry has many talented start-ups. They operate in fields as varied as communication protocols, the prediction of photovoltaic energy production and the measurement & control of electrical consumption in buildings. Competitions dedicated to young start-ups, such as Cleantech Open France or EDF Pulse , encourage innovation. These large groups and start-ups are made up of a competitive engineering workforce that has benefited from high quality training. The country has a growing number of Smart Grid oriented degree courses at institutions such as Grenoble INP , ECAM-EPMI , CNAM and EISTI . Investment in France’s Smart Grid sector R&D receives €100 million in investment a year in France. The country comes 2 nd in Europe for financing pilot projects. •         Japanese firm, Toshiba, has co-developed the Lyon Smart Community project with the French city of Lyon. •         Californian company, Cisco, which specialises in network equipment, has invested $200 million in French start-ups, particularly in the smart grids sector. •         Itron, an American specialist in technological solutions for energy and water companies, has 7 production sites in France. Meet over 60 French exhibitors representing the expertise and sheer variety of companies in the sector The French Pavilion at the EUW & POWERGEN Europe trade shows will extend over 550 m² of exhibition space. It will be a showcase of French leaders in energy efficiency, from successful regional projects to start-ups, ETIs, SMEs, large groups. More than 60 French companies will be on & around the French Pavilion to showcase the country’s smart energy ecosystem looking to achieve a smooth transition towards a low carbon energy supply (Hall 1, at the show entrance). The business activities of a selection of the French Pavilion exhibitors at European Utility Week 2019 are explored in more detail in our press pack (available on the French Pavilion Hall 1, stand H80 or upon request). For information about the French Pavilion, please contact: Business France – Hall 1, stand H80 Sophie Issovits, Head of Electricity & Smart Grids Projects sophie.issovits@businessfrance.fr Tel: +33 (0)1 40 74 39 85   For further information about this press release, please contact: Business France UK, Catherine Ryall, Senior Press Officer catherine.ryall@businessfrance.fr Tel: +44 (0)20 7154 1239 / +44 (0)7834 167 720

Press Releases
  Industry and Cleantech Department

Electricity, Renewable energy, Nuclear

2019 France Attractiveness Scoreboard: Green Growth, Structural Strengths & R&D initiatives key to France’s high attractiveness ranking

Pénélope Atkinson - 22-oct.-2019 10:21:48

  2019 France Attractiveness Scoreboard: Green Growth, Structural Strengths & R&D initiatives key to France’s high attractiveness ranking     As the world’s sixth-largest economy, France reaffirms its position as the leading host country for production investment in Europe and in 2018 became the first host country for R & D activities. The move towards a carbon-free economy and the importance put on Green Growth are key factors in France’s economic resilience.   Business France and the French Treasury Directorate presented the “2019 France Attractiveness Scoreboard” at this week’s “France des Solutions” forum. The Scoreboard judges the attractiveness of France compared to 13 other members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Now in its 10 th edition, the France Attractiveness Scoreboard examines a large amount of economic data & compares the countries’ performances. The scoreboard’s analysis of economic indicators highlights several other factors behind the French economy’s key strengths, include structural factors, business creation & future-proofing initiatives. French government resolve to boost industry Bruno Lemaire, Minister for the Economy and Finance, notes, “ our country is improving on many of the main attractiveness factors, as seen from its progress in various international rankings. We have seen improvements in innovation, cost competitiveness and corporate finance. France has been the leading European country for hosting industrial projects for over 15 years. This reflects the government’s determination to strengthen French industry; on top of businesses benefitting from the tax incentive for investments in robotization and digital transformation, the creation of 124 industrial regions and the ongoing simplification of administrative procedures , we have begun to develop a Pact for Full Employment . This pact aims to significantly increase the share of industry in our economy .” Key structural strengths preparing economic activity for the future France has excellent worldwide travel connections. The country benefits from high-quality airport infrastructures , with Paris Charles de Gaulle ranked 2 nd for cargo transport (after Frankfurt), and 2 nd for passenger numbers (after London Heathrow). Their rail freight transport is also extensive: ranked 3 rd among selected European countries, after Germany and Poland. The rail network will see further improvements thanks to the 10-year plan to overhaul the network (Rail Reform Act of June 28, 2018). Businesses in France enjoy a high-quality telecommunications infrastructure, with the highest fixed broadband penetration rate among the countries and one of the highest wireless rates (ranked 2 nd ). Launched in February 2013, the High-Speed Broadband France Plan aims to cover the entire country by 2022. The country is also modernising, with the digitalisation of public services. According to the United Nations E-Government Survey 2018 France is ranked 2 nd in the world for online services, and 9 th for e-government (4 th in this scoreboard’s sample). The digitalisation of public services is an ongoing economic matter, as seen with the implementation of a PAYE income tax system on 1 st January 2019. Increase in new business creation, with a focus on industry The start-up enterprise rate across the whole French economy has consistently stayed above 9% since 2008, putting France in 3 rd position after the UK and Poland. In manufacturing, this rate was 7.3%, with the rate having remained above 7% since 2009. This contradicts the negative growth experienced by German industry since 2013. In 2018, France’s manufacturing industry had the lowest increase in labour unit costs amongst the selected countries (+0.1%). In comparison, labour unit costs in the manufacturing industry increased by +2.3% among the EU-28. R&D at the forefront of Government initiatives France has the world’s most beneficial tax treatment for businesses research and development expenditure. The country’s cost competitiveness in R&D activities has strengthened since 2008. The cost of employing a researcher in France has decreased by 28% thanks to the research tax credit and accompanying grants. R&D expenditure in France rose by 1.8% in 2018, the highest increase in recent years. “ The action plans implemented by the government to strengthen the country’s structural key strengths and the choice, in the field of research and industry, to maintain the research tax credit or to win the industrialization race with the competitiveness and employment tax credit (CICE), along with the recent announcements from the National Council for Industry, have all helped to improve our ranking for a number of different fundamental criteria, ultimately making France more attractive ,” said Christophe Lecourtier, CEO of Business France. Aiming for a carbon-free economy Several government initiatives have been led in recent years, including the Climate Plan to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, or the 2015 Paris Agreement for an evolution towards sustainable development : Green growth boosts economic and job opportunities, notably in green energy. According to EurObserv’ER, France was Europe’s 3 rd largest employer in the renewable energy sector in 2017 , with 140,700 jobs (0.5% of its working population). “ The importance placed by the government on the low-carbon economy and technological innovation through events such as Make our Planet Great Again, the One Planet Summit and Tech for Good, which recently brought together 80 CEOs of major businesses from the global digital ecosystem to find innovative ways to protect the environment, indicates the way forward for the many startups that form part of our innovative economy ,” concludes Pascal Cagni, Chairman of Business France and Ambassador for International Investment. Electricity rates are especially attractive for companies operating in France. They are among the most competitive in Europe due to careful management of electricity generation and the national grid. Electricity rates in France are stable, with a 0.3% rate change for 70,000 to 150,000 MWh, versus 0.9% in Germany and Ireland, 1% in Italy.  

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  Créative France

Créative France

Screen-free Storyteller show potential of audiobooks for Child Development

Pénélope Atkinson - 04-oct.-2019 11:55:14

    London:  Lunii has created a publishing house for children and it is unlike any other: paperless & screen-free. Available in 9 languages, the start-up’s family favourite ‘My Fabulous Storyteller’ is available now in the United Kingdom and Ireland , stimulating children’s imagination & creativity and encouraging them away from screens. According to the PA Publishing Yearbook 2018 , sales of audiobooks increased by 194% in 5 years, & saw a 43% increase in sales from 2017 to 2018 – Lunii opens this increasingly popular storytelling medium up to children. Lunii : Lunii’s ‘My Fabulous  Storyteller’ is an interactive audio storytelling experience for children aged 3-8 . It is a screen-free entertainment system with no EMF emissions designed to stimulate children’s imagination. ‘My Fabulous Storyteller’ comes with 48 stories & access to the ‘Luniistore’ (Lunii’s online audio store) where over 1500 more stories, rhymes & quizzes are available to purchase across 9 different languages. In the UK, Lunii is already available in Harrods, Selfridges and in other independent shops for £59.95 RRP. Lunii: a portable, child-sized, interactive experience ‘My Fabulous Storyteller’ is similar in size to a paperback, but can hold up to ten story albums. Each album can contain between 6 and 48 stories, adding up to more than 100 stories and 14 hours of listening . By using the selection wheels on their ‘My Fabulous Storyteller’ children can build their own stories , choosing whether to follow the tale of a hero or a heroine, as well as picking the secondary character, setting and object. Lunii’s small and sturdy design is just right for children, & can be used with headphones, and so can be used anywhere, anytime. The ‘Luniistore’: an entire pocket library An online bookshop and toy box, the Luniistore is a computer application that enables you to buy and upload original Lunii content onto ‘My Fabulous Storyteller’. There are more than 1,500 stories across 9 different languages available on the Luniistore. Once albums have been purchased, simply plug in My Fabulous Storyteller to a computer via a USB cable to load them. When the Storyteller is full, purchased stories aren’t lost – they are still stored on your Luniistore account, and can be listened to again at any time . The ‘Luniistore’: A growing database The ‘Luniistore’ offers original content adapted to different age groups, following the adventures of pirates, magical kingdoms, good night stories amongst many others. In January this year, Lunii launched a partnership with Petit Bambou to include ‘My Little Meditations’ , 6 guided meditations, “because meditation is not just for adults and because it helps concentration .” The Luniistore also includes Roger Hargreaves’ much loved ‘Mr Men Little Miss’ classics – with a key focus on sound design to replace the stories famous illustrations.   Lunii helping Child Development Lunii’s stories are written with an aim to stimulate children’s imaginations in an active, engaging way, which is impossible to achieve when passively looking at a screen. Alongside treasured bedtime stories and family time, Lunii helps to develop children’s vocabulary. It also encourages curiosity & inspires animated, creative thinking by putting children in control of their stories. According the the company’s founders, Lunii’s expertise is based on “the imaginary & the imagination”. Co-founder Maëlle Chassard researches and writes on the topic, leading her to believe that “building the imagination is something that is crucial to children’s development... I think that the imaginary and imagination are a really good way of obtaining self-knowledge , and self-knowledge leads to fulfilment.” With this in mind, Maëlle says that Lunii’s main objective is “developing and helping personality to grow, by feeding the imagination.” ‘My Fabulous Storyteller’: An international success The original content & works have already been translated into 8 different languages , including English, German, French, Italian & Spanish. The company is spreading across Europe and the USA. 370,000 ‘My Fabulous Storytellers’ have been sold worldwide , & they reached 7.1 million euros turnover in 2018, which is forecast to increase by 76% to 12.5 million euros in 2019 . In France, around 30 schools are already using Lunii, and the start-up’s co-founders would like to develop this network to help Lunii reach a wider audience. In the UK, Lunii is now available in Harrods , Selfridges ,in other independent shops and online .   For more information, please contact: catherine.ryall@businessfrance.fr  / +44 (0)20 8132 4582   About Lunii French start-up founded in 2014 by four friends, Maëlle Chassard, Igor Krinbarg, Éric Le Bot & Thomas Krinbarg, Lunii launched its first product ‘My Fabulous Storyteller’, along with its online audio-bookshop the ‘Luniistore’ in 2016. With 50 employees, 370,000 ‘My fabulous Storytellers’ sold and 146,000 families connected to the Luniistore, the company puts most of its success down to word-of-mouth. Lunii’s aims are simple: to enable children to discover the world, develop imagination, cultivate curiosity & learn without realising. www.lunii.fr  

Press Releases
  Tech and Services Department

Audiovisual content, Multimedia

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