Focus on the Nordic countries on the French Tech pavilion at MWC 2019

The Nordic countries have been designated as special guest region at the French Tech pavilion and will take centre stage at various events at the Mobile World Congress 2019 (MWC).

The 10 French start-ups to watch in 2019

With about 350 French start-ups at the CES 2019 in Las Vegas, the French Tech scene is one of the most dynamic and the 3rd most represented country at the Consumer Electronics Show, after the US and China. In this buoying context, the French magazine dedicated to innovation Madyness has edited a list of the most promising start-ups on which you should take a close look in 2019.

Survival guide to doing business in Norway

In business decision-making, the Norwegians are driven by facts, research and data but they do not avoid disagreements as long as you can show them good solutions. Pia Abildgaard gives some tips for doing business and succeed in Norway, a market of great opportunities.

More Nordic companies could benefit from the V.I.E. international trainee program

There are more than 10,300 V.I.E. international trainees in 130 countries all around the world, and about 200 in the Nordics, which make this destination the 12th most attractive. Let’s go back to the benefits of this program for Nordic companies and local candidates.

My V.I.E. story: Baptiste Keller, former international trainee at Alfred Berg in Sweden

There are more than 200 international V.I.E. trainees in the Nordic countries. This trainee program allows any type of company to send young talents to expand abroad. Here is the story of Baptiste Keller, former V.I.E. trainee in Sweden for Alfred Berg (BNP Paribas Investment Partners in the Nordics).

Business France & La French Tech keep the flag flying for France at Slush 2018

Business France brings 10 French startups to Slush2018 to represent La French Tech. Some of the most renowned French talents such as Roxane Varza (CEO, Station F) Rand Hindi (CEO, Snips) and Alice Zagury (CEO, the family) can be spotted on stage.

France is more competitive and attractive than ever!

The 2018 edition of the attractiveness scoreboard uses 123 indicators comparing France to its main competitors in the OECD (Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States and Japan).

Pollutec: the meeting place for green growth and business

For 40 years, Pollutec has been committed to connecting French and international stakeholders working in the environment sectors, to support their international growth and project fulfillment. Pollutec 2018 will take place in Lyon (at Lyon Eurexpo, France) from 27 to 30 November.