From the 16th until the 18th of May will be held in Paris, one of the biggest conferences for start-ups and innovation in Europe, Viva Technology. In this context, the Female Founder Challenge has been launched.
Cédric Villani, Fields medallist and French representative wrote the report on which the French AI strategy is based. He came to Sweden in April to open the Science festival of Gothenburg and to engage the French-Swedish discussion on AI. Here is an exclusive interview that he gave to Business France, about AI in France for Nordic investors.
Grand Champagne Helsinki (9. – 11.5.2019), the main event in Finland dedicated to champagne lovers, gourmands and top names in the industry is here again! This year, for the first time, Business France will bring six Champagne houses, new to Finland. These small growers and quality houses have been selected for their interesting offer coming from the different parts of the Champagne region.
Pauline Gareau has had a unique professional and personal experience in Finland at Servier Laboratories, thanks to the V.I.E program.
Thanks to the V.I.E program, Dimitri Mohit has had a unique professional and personal experience in Finland at the Crédit Agricole CIB.
In the Villani report defining the French AI strategy, 4 sectors are put forward as being key to the growth of AI in France. These 4 sectors are: health, mobility, environment and security & defence.
Thanks to the V.I.E programme, Marie Le Bras is living a unique professional and personal experience in Denmark at the Pierre Fabre Laboratories.
The number of jobs created or preserved in France thanks to Nordic investments has kept on growing in 2018, reaching 1,660 jobs (+13% compared to 2017). France maintains its position in the top 3 destinations in Europe for Nordic investments in terms of job creation.