Web developers, country managers, biz dev… French startups increasingly attract foreign talent in their teams. A significant asset at a time of steady growth.
When it comes to entrepreneurship and innovation, Europe in general, and France in particular, appear as something of a paradox. On the one hand, one thinks red tape, high levels of taxation and burdensome labour laws. On the other hand, a country such as France is the self-proclaimed “start-up” nation, fueled by the growing success of thousands of fresh, ground-breaking high tech companies, the internationally renowned French Tech label and such flagship incubators as Station F, the world’s largest start-up campus. Indeed, there are legions of start-uppers in France. While those we talked to tend to believe large corporations and institutions could somehow do more and better to boost innovation and foster open innovation through cooperation, they are resolutely optimistic, and not afraid to look ahead and set their sights on Europe and beyond.
AI photography startup Meero may be the perfect example of how far the French Tech ecosystem has come in recent years. Founded in 2016, the company has already raised $63.4 million in venture capital, including a $45 million round last summer. It has almost 600 employees after the 400 it hired in just the past six […]
The new French Tech visa makes it easier than ever to hire foreign people, whatever country they come from. This will help French startups to scale up and go global.
Willing to start your business in France? The French Tech Central aims to make your life easier. Explore the services and support you can get there as a foreign entrepreneur.
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