Programs

  • YEi (Young Entrepreneurs Initiative)

    The Young Entrepreneurs Initiative, YEi, is a non-profit program managed by the Office for Science and Technology of the French Embassy in the United States, that has already supported over 40 innovative US entrepreneurs, almost a quarter of which have actually settled in France and, in one way or another, developed an innovative activity.

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  • NETVA (New Technology Venture Accelerator)

    The New Technology Venture Accelerator (NETVA) aims at building the global leadership of the French High-Tech Start-ups through an intensive entrepreneurial training and business development week in Massachussets (Boston), Silicon Valley (San Francisco), or Greater Washington (Washington, DC).

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  • FAID (French-American Innovation Day)

    The French-American Innovation Day (FAID) is an annual Franco-American event which brings together scientists, industrialists and investors. It is a free, high-level scientific event in Boston area where researchers and companies have the opportunity to exchange views on a specific technological issue, start-up co-operative activities and develop in business in a transatlantic perspective.

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  • MIT-France Program

    The MIT-France Program started in September 2000, as the sixth country program of the MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI). MISTI prepares MIT students and faculty to work and live in societies outside the United States through intensive language instruction, cultural immersion, in-country internships, and faculty research collaborations.

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