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French start-up visa to woo entrepreneurs


25 Jan, 2017 09:00 am

France has created a special visa programme for foreign entrepreneurs and start-up employees as part of its "Passeport Talent" programme as the government seeks to attract start-ups to the country.


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France last year launched its "French Tech Ticket" programme, which provided a host of attractive benefits designed to draw entrepreneurs and incubate new firms seeking to launch or scale-up in France.

Now the programme has been extended and expanded to include the new French Tech Visa, which is available to start-up employees plus foreign investors and the spouses of Visa holders.

Start-ups taking part in the programme can choose among 41 French centres that will provide mentoring support to new companies plus help with fundraising and making pitches.

Read more on Wired

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