Well, as you know, the British people have decided to leave the EU-28! So be it.
What will be the new (trade/financial) relations between UK and the EU-27 is still unclear but we already know that some banks, multinationals and investors (some of them being Japanese) will/might relocate or move part of their activities to Paris, Frankfurt or other EU cities (like Brussels). For example, HSBC bank announced its plan to shift 1000 jobs to Paris. JP Morgan will also move thousands of jobs to continental Europe.
So, it is the right timing now to review the “Top 10 reasons to invest in Paris area”:
as well as the “9 Good reasons to invest in Belgium”:
9 Good reasons to invest in Belgium
Also check our previous post on this Blog:
as well as our own (home-made) “European Countries Profile Handbook series”:
So what is your company waiting for? What do you think?
La French Tech (source – Maddyness)
“In recent years, the French startup ecosystem has enjoyed incredible momentum, driven by a new generation of entrepreneurs, investors, engineers, designers and many other talented individuals. France has been called a new “Startup Republic”, dotted with thriving hubs and talent that are vehicles for a robust entrepreneurial mindset.
This domestic momentum has a name – “French Tech” – and French startups are rallying around this emblematic moniker. The ecosystem is developing very quickly and there is no doubt that France has now reached a tipping point.
Map of Europe (Wikipedia)
“GBMC Publications” is delighted to announce the Release of the following publication:
“European Countries Profile Handbook – Series 1 : Western Europe”
A Handbook by R. Motoko Huysveld and Philippe Huysveld
(approximatively 65 pages)
This Handbook is intended to be a quick economic overview of 45 European countries and to highlight potential business segments for your business expansion into the European Market from a pan-European perspective.
Series 1 covers the following 9 countries of Western Europe: France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Monaco, Liechtenstein, Belgium, Luxembourg and The Netherlands.
For more details, please check our website at: http://www.gbmc.biz/Countries_Handbook.html
Je suis Paris (Source – BILD.de)
With all our condolences and support to the families of the victims!