Economic Actors in New England
Are you a company, a startup, a business, a professional, or an employee? You will find here a list of business actors in New England who can help you.
In 2015, Ubifrance and Invest in France Agency have merged to create Business France.
Through this merger of two state-owned agencies, the French government intends to increase the number of foreign investments in France, support the development of French companies overseas, and better promote France’s business image. Business France has 1,500 personnel, both in France and in 70 countries throughout the world, who work with a network of public- and private-sector partners.
Business France helps French companies export and foreign companies set up business in France.
50 Milk Street, 16th Floor
Boston, MA 02109
French Tech is a collective trademark launched in 2014 by the French government. French Tech’s ambition is to kindle tech champions, promote French know-how abroad and attract foreign investors. To augment its activities, the government has launched a call for projects that will create labels for the territories. The labeled territories, such as French Tech Boston, then put in their best effort to stimulate the ecosystem and set up necessary organizations that will allow startups to go from just an idea to a tech champion.
50 Milk street, 16th floor, Boston MA 02109
Phone : +1 617 583 1353
Website : https://www.frenchtechboston.com/
The Conseillers du Commerce extérieur de la France (French Foreign Trade Advisors or CCEs) voluntarily share their experience working for the development of France. They carry out concrete actions on a daily basis in partnership with public and private players who have a role in promoting and supporting the internationalization of French companies.
CCEs are real leaders who provide essential support to the development of companies abroad by monitoring projects over the long term, giving operational advice, and facilitating relationships.
The Boston-New England group of Conseillers au Commerce Extérieur de la France (CCE) has four main missions:
Offering advice to public authorities
Supporting companies and businesses
Training young people for international business
Promoting France’s attractiveness
Website : www.cnccef.org
Founded in 1896, the French-American Chamber of Commerce of New England (FACCNE) is a non-profit association devoted exclusively to the development and improvement of economic, commercial and financial relations between France and the United States.
President: Patrick Bian
Executive Director: Ludivine Wolczik
185 Alewife Brook Parkway, Suite 200
Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone: 617 520 2121
Fax: 617 520 2144
Site internet: http://www.faccne.org/