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PREDA specifically assists foreign investors in the eco-business sector and from sectors impacted by sustainable development imperatives, highlighting the advantages of Paris Region as an eco-business centre to foreign direct investment influencers and decisionmakers.
On 15 October 2009, Paris Region Economic Development Agency launched the
German language version of its website www.paris-region.com. PREDA works very much at local level, and this new website will be a valuable promotional tool to support the work of the sales teams in Germany, particularly at international events.
Paris Region Economic Development Agency reinforces its commitment to foreign SMEs’ growth in Paris Region. Organised every year by PREDA to boost and support foreign enterprises setting up in Paris Region, the International Enterprise Forum will again be held this year at the Pavillon Gabriel, Paris on 12 November 2009.
The Paris Region Economic Development Agency (PREDA) has embarked on an energetic drive to raise its international profile and promote its sectors of excellence. As part of this initiative, from 15 to 21 June, PREDA will be taking part in the Paris Air Show at Le Bourget, one of the most international Paris Region events. With its local partners, the competitiveness cluster ASTech' Paris Region, Seine et Marne Développement and the Val d'Oise Economic Expansion Committee (CEEVO), PREDA will be hosting a number of foreign businesses, with one or several guest countries each day: German, Polish, Japanese, British, American, Swiss and Canadian companies…
This year, the Paris Region Economic Development Agency will once again be part of the Paris Region delegation at BIO - the Biotechnology Industry Organization convention - the biggest international biotechnologies tradeshow.
“Thanks to its diversified economy, so far Paris Region has held up better than many highly specialised – and therefore very exposed – metropolitan regions worldwide. Nonetheless it too has been impacted by the significant deterioration in the national and international economy. At this point the ability to attract new investment projects is a key factor in responding to the crisis.” states Denis Tersen, Chief Executive Officer of the Paris Region Economic Development Agency.
Thursday 12 March, day 3 of Mipim, was devoted to sustainable projects that will enhance the region’s economic attractiveness. These include 3 eco-neighbourhoods in Plaine de France: the Ile-Saint-Denis, the Saint-Ouen docks, Louvres and Puiseux-en-France. more
On Wednesday 11 March, day 2 of Mipim, Paris Region hosted a whole array of events in the 2000-sqm Marina Hall, from stand openings to panel discussions with leading politicians and the presentation of new real estate projects. At 10.30 am Anne Hidalgo, 1st Deputy Mayor of Paris gave a talk entitled “Metropolitan Paris: a dynamic region”, underlining how essential it was “to have a mixed population and mixed-use development schemes”.
A European capital region and world metropolis, Paris Region has the biggest commercial real estate offer in Europe. There is a burgeoning High Environmental Quality real estate offer, but what does this mean?
A European capital region and world metropolis, Paris Region has the biggest commercial real estate offer in Europe. There is a burgeoning High Environmental Quality real estate offer, but what does this mean? more
In recent years the Paris Region real estate market has seen the steady emergence of a real estate offer compliant with environmental quality standards (buildings with the HQE environmental quality label, for example), driven both by the needs of our environment and by companies’ requirements.
For the 20th consecutive session, Paris Region will be taking part in MIPIM – which takes place in Cannes from 10 to 13 March 2009 – underlining the fact that its interest in this key property exhibition remains as strong as ever.
The current economic situation may be throwing up new challenges across all business sectors, but this hasn’t in any way dimmed Paris Region’s attractiveness in the open source sector. Over the last three years PREDA – the Paris Region Economic Development Agency – has assisted no less than 10 American and European open source software companies and this number is set to increase in the future.
An offer tailored to current market needs: To meet the challenges of the current market, the offer of quality business premises in Paris Region responds to the needs and demands of all companies seeking to locate to the region to expand their business.
update January 25, 2011