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This document draws on the latest available published data. Paris Region Key Figures 2013 is a guide providing you with the statistics and maps you need when: evaluating Paris Region’s offer within the wider French and European environment, gathering detailed information for your market research relating to potential investment projects in Paris Region.
Created at the initiative of the Regional Council for the Paris Region, the Agency offers free and completely confidential services to companies locating and growing their businesses in the Paris Region. 500 companies have benefited from our services every year since 2001.
Every year, the Paris Region Economic Development Agency (PREDA), the Paris - Ile-de-France Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CRCI) and the Paris Region Urban Planning & Development Agency (IAU île-de-France) publish the latest key figures for Paris Region, one of the world’s leading economic regions.
This document draws on the latest available published data. Paris Region Key Figures 2010 is a guide providing you with the statistics and maps you need when: evaluating Paris Region’s offer within the wider French and European environment, gathering detailed information for your market research relating to potential investment projects in Paris Region.
Over the past few years, a growing number of ecologically oriented commercial properties have been emerging on the market to both meet businesses’ needs and expectations and to anticipate increasingly strict regulations. This market reflects a greater global commitment to protect the environment and limit climate change. In addition, it promises to improve the quality of life in the workplace and to facilitate environmental action at a local level. National and local authorities seeking to support sustainable development in the Paris Region economic pole have encouraged growth in this future real estate market.
Calendrier des salons professionnels franciliens en 2010.
Come and discover a region with a centuries-long history of combining cutting-edge modernity and sustainability, innovation and tradition. Meet highly talented men and women with a cosmopolitan mindset. Savour the experience of a unique lifestyle – and a unique setting for starting and growing your business. Welcome in Paris Region!
The world at your fingertips - A long tradition of sustainability - Diversity = attractiveness - An innovation hotspot - Sourcing talent - The art of living
Econovista® is an interactive economic map available for free on the Internet, that is designed to reveal the full economic and territorial wealth of Paris Region. Econovista’s many utilities will facilitate your research on the Paris Region’s economy and on potential location sites.
Every year, the Paris Region Economic Development Agency (PREDA), the Paris – Ile-de-France Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CRCI) and the Paris Region Urban Planning & Development Agency (IAU île-de-France) publish the latest key figures for Paris Region, one of the world’s leading economic regions.
This document was created drawing on the latest available published data. Paris Region Key Figures 2009 is a reference document providing you with all the key figures you need when: assessing Paris Region’s offer within the wider French and European environment - gathering detailed information for your market research relating to potential investment projects in Paris Region.
In the particularly difficult economic and financial context, the Paris Region commercial real estate market remains one of Europe's largest. Maturity, liquidity, and diversity of properties are just some of the strengths on which the Region can draw to attract ever-increasing numbers of opportunity-seeking investors and offer occupants products that meet their needs.
This document briefly lays out the key features of the commercial real estate offering, through a selection of 26 major host territories.
In order to protect our environment while meeting businesses’ needs and expectations, a growing number of ecologically oriented commercial properties have been emerging on the market over the past few years (for example, buildings with the HQE environmental quality label). However, this new real estate offer remains relatively little known, and for this reason the Paris Region Development Agency (PREDA) and DTZ have combined forces to produce this study and present cardinal aspects of the new offer.
This new edition of the survey conducted by IPD reveals the expectations of investors for 2009 and 2010 on the main market segments: office, logistics, business premises, retail and residential space. In 2008, despite the impact of the financial crisis and credit crunch, Paris Region emerged as the number two property investment market in Europe, with 8.4 billion euros in investments, including 41% from foreign sources.
Calendar of all the Paris Region trade shows in 2009 more
The diversity and dynamism of the Paris Region’s commercial real estate ensures a renewal of the offer. 2007 was a fruitful year for the Paris Region: orders placed of office space rose more than 2.7 million sq.m (29.1 million sq.ft) and the amounts invested in real estate market reached a new record ?19.5 billion, making available numerous new or renovated offers. The document will give you a rapid overview of the main features and key figures of the commercial real estate market by presenting a selection of the 24 main host areas.
This new edition examines investors’ expectations for 2008 and 2009, on several market segments: offices, retails, warehouses and industrial premises. Among the tendencies anticipated by investors, let us retain the rise of rates of return on the whole of the real estate products, the stabilisation – even the rise – of market rental values and the deceleration of offices’ rented floor spaces. The attractiveness of this property market is confirmed, as testified by the very good rating on investors’ principal decision making criteria.
Calendar of all the Paris Region trade shows in 2008.
Europe's most competitive region: Each year Paris Region ranks among the world’s top destinations for international business locations. The region is thoroughly cosmopolitan in its outlook, creating wealth and generating innovations – it has all the human, geographic, technological and cultural assets required to ensure that European investment projects are a success.
This brochure presents what we have to offer in 7 major fields of research: life sciences, information technology and digital applications, the automotive industry, aeronautics and space, ecotechnology, law, economics and management, and mathematics. As you will see, these research and innovation capabilities reflect an exceptional wealth and concentration of innovative businesses, major research organisations, universities and “grandes écoles”.
The wide ranging diversity of sites available bears witness to the dynamism of the commercial real estate market. 2006 was a record year for the Paris Region, for both orders placed (over 2.8 million sq.m (30 million sq.ft) of office space made available) and the amounts invested in the real estate market (over €18 billion). The document will give you a rapid overview of the main features of and key figures for the commercial real estate market by presenting a selection of the 23 main host areas.
Paris Île-de-France, known as Paris Region, is competing with the world’s major regions to attract and retain the life forces of the economy: business, talent, skills and investment. Our region benefits from outstanding assets to help us meet this challenge and maintain its position long term: highly qualified and diversified human resources, excellent transport and communications infrastructures, a varied economic landscape and a commitment to safeguarding the environment and quality of life. The indicators presented in this document provide
a decision-making tool for companies seeking to locate in Europe as well as a resource for all those involved in regional economic development and working to enhance the attractiveness of Paris Region.
To offer investors the greatest transparency possible on this market, the Paris Region Economic Development Agency asked IPD France to draw up an annual report on the “Outlook for the real estate investment market in Paris Region” since 2004. This new edition examines investors’ expectations on several market segments: offices, residential, logistics, industrial and retail for 2007 and 2008. The results of this new survey show that the record investment volumes in 2006 is expected to be quite the same in 2007 or even more important.
In order to form part of the European Higher Education Area, universities in the Paris Region have gradually adopted the LMD scheme (Bachelor-Master-Doctorate). In all, there are 134 doctoral schools in the Paris region universities: from history and law through to genomics not to mention astrophysics and mathematics.
If you want to create a company, or a subsidiary, or you have an innovative idea, the Paris Region is the ideal location for you. To enable you to discover this wealth of possibilities, we have selected 20 precreation incubators, 40 incubators providing a first home for new businesses,and 14 business parks specialized in science and technology. We have attached to this list a selection of useful contacts.
Each year, Paris Region hosts 400 trade shows welcoming 9 million visitors and some 100,000 exhibiting companies. On almost 300 days of the year, there are up to 15 trade shows taking place at the same time, covering all activity sectors. This makes Paris Region an unrivalled business destination, a platform for international trade and a window on trends and innovation.
Paris Region is ideal for international companies seeking business opportunities and market expansion. It holds a sound Number Two position in Europe for direct foreign investment. A driving force in research and development, this region attracts people with know-how and initiative, eager to create the kind of synergies that lead to industrial innovation.
Moreover, in recent years the Paris Region has set up a whole range of services designed to help new businesses locate in Paris area, find the funding they need and expand. As a result, the Paris Region has become the location of choice for the development of innovative start-up companies with high growth potential. In this document, we present the Paris Region’s equity financing system and a brief overview of the resources it dedicates supporting innovative businesses locating to the Paris Region or already
update April 7, 2008