On 10 April 2014, PREDA organised its first Techmeeting (renewed RET formula) which was held for the first time in its new premises on the theme of the Internet of Things and its applications in particular in terms of health and well-being.
The Paris Region International Business Location label, initiated in 2011 by the Paris Region Economic Development Agency (PREDA), identifies facilities (public and parapublic) in the Paris Region that are most suited to receiving and developing international businesses.
This new incubator, the largest in the world, has been created in partnership with the city of Paris and is financed by Xavier Niel. It will include more than 1,000 innovative start-ups in all sectors.
Close to 280 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects have materialised in the Paris Region in 2013, according to a report from the Paris Region Economic Development Agency published today to coincide with the MIPIM real-estate tradeshow.
On 3 and 4 April 2014, the Paris Region Economic Development Agency and its partners Reed Exhibitions, Hubstart Paris Region and CG92 took more than 40 participants at SITL on tours of the region’s technical sites.
On 19 March, the Paris Region Economic Development Agency and its partners UK Trade & Investment and the Hauts-de-Seine General Council, hosted more than 20 British companies in Issy-les-Moulineaux (France) to showcase the Paris Region’s smart city and smart health innovations: IssyGrid and Withings.
The Paris Region Economic Development Agency (PREDA) recently attended the Globe 2014 fair in Vancouver as part of a targeted prospecting mission. At this year’s edition, it took part in a program of B to B meetings.
QVC, the worldwide multimedia home shopping leader intends to expand its business to Europe with the launch of its offering in France during the second quarter of 2015. Soon to be established in the Paris region, QVC intends to create 200 jobs over the next two years.
Coinciding with the state visit of China’s president Xi Jinping to Paris, the Chinese jewellery manufacturer TTF (Today, Tomorrow & Forever) announced an investment of €10 million which will create 60 jobs in the French capital.