Business France Nordic simplifies and fast-tracks project delivery with collective and customized support by targeting Nordic markets and introducing French Companies to the local ecosystem.
French wines are the second most appreciated origin by Swedish consumers. Côtes du Rhône and Languedoc wines are most appreciated by a large portion of consumers while Burgundy, Champagne, Bordeaux are the top 3 origins on wine lists in Sweden's restaurants.
France is the leading exporter of wine to Denmark in value, ahead of Spain and Italy, its historical competitors.
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.
The French Minister of Sports, Roxana Maracineanu, was in Sweden last week to support the French team at the World Ski Championship in Åre. It was also a good occasion to remind that France is a nation of sport, not only thanks to its great champions, but also because of its expertise in sport facilities, infrastuctures, events and innovation.
France and Norway have a lot to share in the maritime sector at many levels. The existing cooperation is strong to foster better regulations and initiatives to enhance sustainability, but more efforts need to made to face the current challenges. Frederic Moncany gives opinion of what has been done and what is needed to deepen cooperation.
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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
Business France will gather 186 exhibitors at Medica Compamed on November 12-15th in Düsseldorf, Germany. Come and meet potential future business partners there on our French Pavilion.
Discover Oxy’Pharm’s automated BioDisinfection system for the food processing industry.
The electric car Renault ZOE has a promising future in the Nordic countries, three of them already having adopted this model for their car sharing services as part of ambitious smart mobility strategies.
Did you know that you can put your ads on tourist buses in Copenhagen thanks to a French company? Hold-On Productions can help you with innovative transit advertising worldwide.
France is at the edge of innovation in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) and many Norwegian companies are facing the same challenges as their French counterparts in this disruptive field. The French-Norwgian day 2018 will be the occasion to discuss on this topic with experts and executives of both countries.
The French Tech Days is a concept launched in many countries by Business France together with La French Tech, to connect French startups with the most innovative ecosystems in the world. This first Nordic edition, that took place on September 11-12th, was promising and we will be back next year.
In the last few years, France has become the innovation hub for ITS, gathering together innovators, tech-lovers and experts from the industry of transport. The country is boosting the world’s leading companies that are coming up with new smart mobility solutions and supporting the already strong and established business culture in the design, operation and construction of transport infrastructures.
Free entrance for Nordic professionals
Neoen, the leading independent producer of exclusively renewable electricity in France and a world leader in the sector has signed a contract to provide American multinational technology company Google with green electricity. Google is to buy all the green electricity produced by the 81 MW Hedet wind farm in Finland, owned by Neoen (80%) and Prokon Finland (20%).
ITS World Congress 2018 in Copenhagen
Sabre Paris found an agent through our Business France Stockholm team.
You’re invited to come and meet with the business delegation!
French quality beauty accessories manufacturer looking for distributors in the Nordic countries
SIAL Paris 2018 introduces the Alter’Native Food Forum
For the fourth time, Business France will take 10 French startups to Slush...
Finnish people have come a long way through to make their place in the Nordic landscape.
French quality flatware, dinnerware & table accessories
French manufacturer of steel components in the Nordic
Learn about our Scandinavian partner for home interior products.
Master the Swedish way before your next business deal!
« French Beauty Days » in Copenhagen, Oslo and Helsinki starting on the 4th of June.
France represented the sixth largest foreign delegation, with 2 500 visitors.
Come and discover the French Pavilion on ProWein Düsseldorf 2018
France is at a turning-point showcasing more modern wines, with an emphasis on the fruit and the freshness.