Direct access to content
All the latest business news from the Paris Region - the future invents itself in the Paris Region - The pharmaceutical industry in the Paris Region - The Paris Region aiming high for a greener aviation - Dassault Aviation: a leading company - Development area: Seine Aval - Golf courses around paris - les étangs de Corot - The Paris-Le Bourget exhibition center - business location: Mott MacDonald - The Australian in Paris
As well as being the French region with the highest number of French Golf Federation license holders, the Paris Region also has more courses than any other: more than 70 in fact, plus 20 driving ranges and compact golf centers. Paris Region Magazine has selected the best of those open to non-members.
ICBC: Chinese in Paris - 243 foreign investors called the Paris region home in 2010 - Eurocopter (EADS) centre of excellence touches down in Dugny - The Paris Region, 2nd leading european region - Google is spinning a bigger web in Paris...
Some empires simply seem to take wing, and their stories become part of history. Dassault Aviation is one of these: a medium-sized private group of companies, but a dominant force internationally. It is the only corporation in the world to design and manufacture combat aircraft and executive jets.
The origins of Mott MacDonald can be traced back over a hundred years to the early days of rail transportation in the UK, but today’s multidisciplinary consultancy works in areas as diverse as rail, roads, construction, energy, water, health and education.
Provins is one of the Paris Region’s four UNESCO World Heritage Sites. We visit this magnificent, but little known medieval city.
Paris Region Magazine asks leading figures why they choose to live in the Paris Region. 32-year-old Mabel Miranda is a Peruvian architect, now working for Aéroports de Paris subsidiary company ADP Ingénierie.
Flanking the Paris/La Défense-Rouen-Le Havre corridor along the valley of the River Seine with its abundance of exceptional natural resources, the Seine Aval region is already establishing itself as one the leading growth centers to the west of the Paris Region.
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.
Land of innovation, bar none, the Parisian landscape has pulled out all the stops in an effort to put to the test solutions that will change our day-to-day. The examples to follow showcase it rather well.
Reducing aircraft fuel consumption is a crucial environmental challenge. As France’s leading aerospace region, the Paris Region is making a major contribution to this effort; an effort made possible by its unusually diverse, structured and powerful network of manufacturing and research facilities.
With some 312,062 salaried employees and over 170 companies, the Paris Region towers over its neighbors within the Hexagon in terms of foreign investors in the pharmaceutical industry, and has generated more than €7 billion in revenue. Its staggering number of strengths has it being around for some time to come.
Managed by Viparis, the Le Bourget exhibition center is home to the world’s largest airshow… as well as many other leading events. In terms of floor area, it is the third-largest exhibition center in the Paris Region.
It’s one of the Paris Region’s most attractive destinations and best-kept secrets: with a marvelous location on the banks of the Ville-d’Avray lakes, Les Étangs de Corot has so much to offer, from its gourmet restaurant and superb hotel to its remarkable spa. Equally perfect for seminars or intimate weekends for two.
update June 21, 2011