Socati’s Dr. Frances Gilman Speaks About Her Startup Work

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One person who fully understands the need to create many ways to integrate differing skills is Dr. Frances Gilman. The post Socati’s Dr. Frances Gilman Speaks About Her Startup Work appeared first on The Startup Magazine. People acquisition CBD oil development expertise France Interview Manufacturing Montana nutrition opportunity production research and development Safe Quality Food program skills startup University

A Guide to Conducting Business In France

The Startup Magazine

France is one of the world’s leading global powers, but what is it like to conduct business there? The following are 10 things you need to know about conducting business in France. France Has A Very Large Market. The market in France is 65 million consumers. Also, the market in France has a very high purchasing power – as Europe’s second-largest economy, and the world’s sixth largest. France Has Low Set-Up Expenses.

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Economic Diplomacy and Tech Startups: the “What” and “How” of an Honorary Consul of France in…

Austin Startup

Economic Diplomacy and Tech Startups: the “What” and “How” of an Honorary Consul of France in Austin, Texas I do not have diplomatic immunity, but special license plates are available to me for purchase. A local law enforcement officer has checked in with me for my safety after high-profile terror attacks in France. All this for the post of Honorary Consul of France. There are 56 honorary consuls for France throughout the U.S. france news austin tech startup

Round size vs. ambition: Tips from France Digitale Day 2015

Cracking the Code

I had the chance to be invited to speak at the France Digital Day 2015 with Toby Coppel from Mosaic and Delphine Villuendas, GC at Partech. We discuss start-up ambition vs. round size as well fund raising tactics. Here is the video

National Instruments Buys Micropross of France for $108 Million

SiliconHills

Micropross, founded in 1979 and based in Lille, France, is an industry leader in supplying software-based test systems for Near Field Communications, smart cards and […] The post National Instruments Buys Micropross of France for $108 Million appeared first on SiliconHills. National Instruments on Tuesday announced the acquisition of Micropross, a French company which makes smart card testing systems. The deal is valued at approximately $108 million, according to the company.

France invents “Slow Innovation”: deconstructing Montebourg at #leweb

Fred Destin

Montebourg is trying to convey a core message: France is a great creative nation and is innovating today, as proven by its R&D and its technology giants. In other words, you can build great companies in France today. Mr. Montebourg takes issue with the Financial Times and the Economist doing France bashing. By the way, when Mr Montenbourg says macro data proves that France is a highly innovative nation, it''s completely untrue.

Shame on France : the Yahoo – DailyMotion debacle

Fred Destin

Here is the what the Minister reportedly told the CFO of Orange: "I won''t let you sell one of France''s best startups," Mr. Montebourg told Mr. Pelissier, his voice raised, according to people briefed on the meeting. Now you have to understand the Mr Pelissier is the CFO of Orange / France Telecom. Cute Montenbourg champions "Made in France" on the cover of a leading French magazine - tainted by a desire to be famous perhaps ?

[Infographic] Education By Country (United States, China, Russia, France, Germany and Japan)

YoungUpstarts

How a country values its people (and its future) can sometimes be told by the percentage of the country’s government expenditure that goes towards education.Here’s an infographic that shows you how six different countries – the United States, China, Russia, France, Germany and Japan – compare when it comes to education, in terms of factors such as government expenditure, hours of instruction per year, class size and student/teacher ratios, etc.

Here are the 5 hottest startups in France

The Next Web

With the UK, France’s longtime tech rival, facing the instability and uncertainty of Brexit, the country has been positioning itself to seize the moment and become next in line. In 2017, President Macron announced France would become a “startup nation”, introducing tax incentives, visa schemes, and a €10 billion government fund. This caused a surge in startups being created at the end of 2017, leading France to beat out the Brits in terms… This story continues at The Next Web.

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European Real Estate in 2020: Cooling or Continued Growth?

The Startup Magazine

A December 19 th report by ING points towards a cooling of house price growth in 2020, with three exceptions: France, Italy, and Greece. Germany and France lead. As the uncertainty around Brexit intensified, France had become the major destination for real estate investors. Real estate investors active in Europe cheered 2019 because it was an excellent year.

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6 Tips For Surviving The First Five Years In Business

YoungUpstarts

by Frances Kweller, founder and CEO of Kweller Prep. Frances Kweller is an education and testing standards expert and the Founder and CEO of Kweller Prep. Frances started out as a tutor and has been around the business for more than 15 years finding her passion in helping others to achieve their educational goals. Advice For The Young At Heart business advice Frances Kweller success planning

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#Geonpi: the bizarre case of an ever shrinking France

Fred Destin

Chambo, arguably the best e-commerce venture guy in France, wrote a hard hitting column in La Tribune last week attacking an " anti-startup" fiscal law. I don't really do politics, but I do care about my beloved old continent and as a French-speaker France is dear to my heart. France is seemingly locked into a battle with itself over whether wealth is acceptable whilst the rest of the world shrugs and moves on and many of its best entrepreneurs leave for most hospitable shores.

5 Tips On How To Turn A Bad Customer Into A Good One

YoungUpstarts

by Frances Kweller, founder and CEO of Kweller Prep. Frances Kweller is an education and testing standards expert and the Founder and CEO of Kweller Prep. Frances started out as a tutor and has been around the business for more than 15 years finding her passion in helping others to achieve their educational goals. Professionalisms customer management customer service Frances Kweller managing customers

Find Local Service Providers With Aladom.com

YoungUpstarts

He was finding it incredibly difficult looking for babysitters to care for his kids while living in France and wasted much time doing so. Ideaspotting Aladom Aladom.com France online marketplace online matchmaking service provider United StatesFrenchman Guillaume Thomas, a father of five young children, had a problem. In fact, he was so frustrated he did something any problem-solver would have done – come up with the solution himself.

6 Things Female Business Entrepreneurs Must Know Before They Start That Startup

YoungUpstarts

by Frances Kweller, CEO and founder of Kweller Prep. Frances Kweller is an education and testing standards expert and the CEO and founder of Kweller Prep , a specialized high school and college preparatory center that offers customized tutoring, test preparation, mentorship, support and guidance for students predominately in grades 6-12. Advice For The Young At Heart business lessons entrepreneur Frances Kweller startup women power

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French President Hollande Leads Delegation to Meet Israeli Startups

VC Cafe

Francois Hollande, President of France, led a delegation this week of 260 senior French executives and government officials to Israel for the 2 nd annual France-Israel Innovation Day. Vive le France and vive l’esprit d’entreprise!! * Levi Shapiro is a Partner in the JIMMI Fund (www.jimmifund.com), working with global tech companies to invest in Israeli start-ups.

6 tips to bridge cultural differences in marketing communication

The Startup Magazine

Moreover most of France shuts down in August. Community Marketing B2B marketing communication cultural differences development Email marketing first impression France Germany holidays individualism vs collectivism indulgence vs restraint language Marketing Campaign masculinity vs femininity Netherlands networking power distance index privacy protection reputation Social network stereotypes translation uncertainty avoidance index

Tech Investments: is Paris ahead of London?

Cracking the Code

AI Brexit France TV interview Venture CapitalInterview (in French) on BFMTV earlier this week.

Housing Hack – Getting Proof of Address in Paris

Kodorra

If you need a fast-track, just ask a local friend staying in France who already pays electricity (EDF) to include your name in their utility contract. Paris Startups Station F france“Justification de domicile” means proof of address in French. They could easily do it online. It’s a simple process.

Applying For French Residence Permit (Titre de Sejour a.k.a Carte de Sejour)

Kodorra

It allows you to work and run your startup in France renewable every four years. Firstly, you should arrive in France with your Passeport Talent. If you are in living anywhere in Paris (not île de France). You can get your embassy in Paris to translate it for you or find an authorized translator in the list of government authorized translators in France. The only important thing here is that you must give them your correct phone number while you are in France.

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Incorporating a Company in Paris (SAS/SASU)

Kodorra

As of this writing, it’s virtually impossible to incorporate a SAS/SASU company in France with your receipt (rêcépissé) of your carte de sejour or Passeport Talent visa 313 20 6. It i s an official document attesting to the legal existence of a commercial enterprise in France) , but honestly, I don’t like that path, and here’s how I did it. Please go take a look at the article about setting up a corporate bank account in France and set up the initial deposit.

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Opening a Personal Bank Account (For Station F Entrepreneurs)

Kodorra

Some banks in France do not accept the proof of residence issued by Flatmates. Paris Startups Station F bank account franceOpening a bank account depends on many factors but I’m explaining like the path I went through but it may vary depending on your background and your country of origin. For example, if you come from Iran, unfortunately, is not going to be easy at all. Use the N26 Perk (For Station F Residence Only). The website is n26.com/en-fr.

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Opening a Bank Account For Station F Entrepreneurs

Kodorra

Some banks in France do not accept the proof of residence issued by Flatmates. Entrepreneurship Paris Startups Station F france station fOpening a bank account depends on many factors but I’m explaining like the path I went through but it may vary depending on your background and your country of origin. For example, if you come from Iran, unfortunately, is not going to be easy at all. Use the N26 Perk (For Station F residence only). The website is n26.com/en-fr.

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Getting Your First French Mobile Number

Kodorra

Entrepreneurship Paris Startups Station F franceJust a quick note on how the French mobile industry works. We have a big local players and foreign solutions. Orange is one of the leading players, has great coverage but is the most expensive. Then you have SFR or Bouygues which are like the same idea. Then you have the company of the founder of Station F and is the option you might need as it is the most affordable one, it’s called ‘ Free ‘ but their NOT free at all.

Opening a Corporate Bank Account in Paris

Kodorra

Business Entrepreneurship Paris Startups Station F franceJust a quick note to understand French banks. This account is called ‘professional’ accounts. This is a tricky step in the process of creating a bank account for your business. You need a bank account of course to receive all the future Euros but first, you will need to lock some money away, money as a contribution to begin the company. This money is key, it will become your social capital.

5 Tips to Planning Your Honeymoon in Cannes

The Startup Magazine

Entrepreneurship World Cannes entrepreneurs France honeymoon vacationEntrepreneurs desire and deserve great vacations, and exotic locales and unique destinations appeal to your adventurous side. Cannes is one of the most prolific holiday destinations in the French Riviera. Blessed with a year-round idyllic climate, it has grown to become a trendy playground for international celebrities and other jet-setters.

Spotlight on Engineering Team Building: Lessons learned from Algolia

Cracking the Code

Cloud Computing France Portfolio SaaS software Start-up Venture CapitalTeam building is top of mind for any start-up founder or exec. Recruiting and retaining top talent is even more challenging for software engineers. To get an insight into how successful start-ups approach team building, we spoke to Sylvain Utard, employee number 1 and VP of Engineering at Algolia, an Accel portfolio company.

Adam Gopnik, France and the start up world

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Adam Gopnik, France and the start up world. skip to main | skip to sidebar. aweissman.com. Maximizing the serendipity around you. Sep 20, 2007. As I look at seed stage start ups, the international environment is much more relevant now compared to 10 years ago, at least in terms of competitive standing, markets to go after, and centers or pockets of innovation.

MapMyFitness lands $3 million in Financing

SiliconHills

MapMyFitness is also sponsoring Le Tour Challenge in conjunction with the Tour de France. Austin Technology Le Tour Challenge MapMyFitness Tour de FranceMapMyFitness, a collection of fitness apps, has landed $3 million in financing from Square 1 Bank. The Austin-based startup also announced it has more than 10 million registered members. The challenge gives cyclists worldwide a chance to compete against other athletes [.].

Marco Polo 2.0

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First entry this year in a series on innovation from places you do not typically expect much innovation from The Invisible Bike Helmet – Sweden Big Data of International Technology Patents – Washington, US TGVLabs – France Florida Poly Futuristic.

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French Tax Law for Start-ups: Ringing the Alarm Bell

Cracking the Code

While France has been a fertile ground for innovative start-ups, the new fiscal law threatens to disrupt an ecosystem that has slowly emerged over the past 12 years. Instead of increasing the tax burden on these companies driving job creation, why not take full advantage of this evolution of the tax law to position France as the most attractive country for entrepreneurs in Europe? France is indeed a country with a proven track record of developing innovative business models.

How Fran Kerr Turned Her Acne Prone Skin Into A Profitable Blogging Empire

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Tags: Blogs & Blogging Entrepreneur Profiles Podcasts Podcasts & Podcasting Podcasts Pillar acne treatment frances kerr make money blogging organic lifestyle raw food video marketing

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More Global Innovation

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Bumper crop of innovations from various parts of the world we don’t always expect innovation from Near Cashless Society – Sweden A decade of LeWeb – France Faber-Castell – Germany Wine “Rover” – German wine country Rail Power – Kazakhstan. Innovative Business Uses of Technology

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Uber vs. Le Taxi: The Disrupter and the Disrupted

Fred Destin

Adjacent to this story was a very public row around Travis Kalanick’s Uber service and concerted efforts to slow down its spread in France. The taxi market in France has been regulated for a long time. Like seemingly everyone with a grudge in France, taxis took to the street. Entrepreneurship Europe disruption France snapcar uber

French Tech Austin Launches at SXSW

SiliconHills

By Laura Lorek Publisher with Silicon Hills News At a breakfast meeting, Sunday at South by Southwest, Austin, and France launched a new website and movement designed to bring the two technology communities closer. It’s French Tech Austin and is designed to support ties between Austin and France’s tech industry and entrepreneurs and provide opportunities […].

Here are the 5 hottest startups in Sweden

The Next Web

At a total of 120, it topped the number of exits from other, much larger startup ecosystems like Germany (112), the UK (77), and France (44). Dubbed a ‘unicorn factory’ Sweden has become a powerhouse incubator for some of the most innovative startups. It’s no wonder, with massive success stories such as iZettle and Mojang Games (the creators of Minecraft) that the country has been experiencing an influx of growth in technology in the last decade.

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List Of The Best SEO Chrome Extensions In 2020

YoungUpstarts

Supported countries are Brazil, India, Japan, Great Britain, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, the Netherlands, South Africa, Ireland, Russia, China, Poland, Hungary, Salvador, Australia, and Canada, as well as the com.

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Tech5 2019 will expand its reach to all of Europe and Israel — apply now

The Next Web

Except this year we’re going big… In the past, only startups from the Netherlands, the UK, Spain, France, Germany, and Sweden could apply. TNW and Adyen’s annual Tech5 competition is back again. Every day, startups prove individuals can harness the power of technology to actually create change and have a positive impact on society. Here at TNW, we believe these silent innovators deserve their time in the spotlight.

Here are the 5 hottest startups in Ireland

The Next Web

percent compared to Britain’s 23 percent and France’s 33.3 With one of the lowest corporate taxes in Europe (only 12.5 percent) and laxer regulations, almost every major tech company has chosen Ireland as the site for their European headquarters. Today, Dublin’s Silicon Docks look more like a hall of fame featuring the office buildings of major players like Google, Facebook, Airbnb, Apple, and Amazon, to name a few.

Here are the 5 hottest startups in Estonia

The Next Web

And the country isn’t just dominating in terms of quantity, in 2017 it also brought in more venture capital funding per capita than major tech hubs like Germany, France and Spain. I bet you didn’t know that Estonia has the third highest amount of startups per capita than any other country in the world. What makes the “Made in Estonia” brand of tech startup so lucrative? For starters, since the 90s, Estonia has put all its resources into becoming a completely digital society.

Mattress company Emma is fastest-growing startup in Europe

The Next Web

For the fifth year in a row Adyen and TNW teamed up to find the fastest growing companies in Europe’s six hottest startup ecosystems: the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Germany, France, Spain, and Sweden. The winner, mattress business Emma (Germany), was announced tonight at TNW Conference Founders Dinner in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 2

Steve Blank

The result was that in May 1940 five panzer divisions crossed through the Ardennes and France fell to the Germans. We just held our second session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War.

How Blacklane went from one city to over 250 around the world

The Next Web

In the lead-up to Tech5 2017 – the annual competition organized by TNW and Adyen which celebrates Europe’s fastest-growing tech companies in The Netherlands, UK, Germany, Spain, France and Sweden– we’re launching a series of remarkable stories of businesses that experienced extreme growth.