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The food chain stretches from agricultural production to raw material processing, from distribution to food service, in-home and out. And the Paris Region is a dynamic, innovative player in every link of this chain.
It was four years ago that 29-year-old Zerimar Gonzalez arrived in Paris. When this young Venezuelan - currently a marketing research manager at Butagaz - decided to pursue an international career, she chose the Paris Region as her springboard.
The "Potager du Roi" at versailles, Are you someone who never says no to a taste of cheese?
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Paris remains the second-favorite city in the world for international organizations, after Brussels, but way ahead of London and New York. It’s a status that is no accident.
Established in Belgium in 2005, with a subsidiary in The Netherlands and reported annual revenue of €1.3 million, Key Driving Competences provides eco-driving instruction for vehicle fleet operators, transportation companies and private individuals.
Today, the Carrefour group boasts 15,661 stores in 34 countries and logs 3 billion check-outs a year. With 475,000 employees, it is the seventh largest private employer in the world. To paraphrase their famous slogan, positive is not only back, it’s been around since the story began.
Americans, Germans, English, Japanese… over 100 different nationalities are represented in the Paris Region. It’s hardly surprising though, when you realize that the region leads the rest of France in the league table of international inward investment, as well as being the world’s favorite tourist destination.
The south of the Paris Region is a concentrated focus for high-tech innovation, with major corporate groups, research centers and universities working together to build the future.
The Palais Brongniart offers a 3,000 m2 events venue in central Paris housed in a building with a special place in the city’s financial history. This is a very prestigious location in which to host seminars, conferences and every type of function.
Already well established as Europe’s leading region for investment in Research & Development and scientific publications, the Paris Region is the ideal region in which to locate and develop research centers.
update October 20, 2010