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Alma

Created in 2018, Alma is a French Fintech that enables merchants to offer payment solutions such as deferred payment (“Pay Later”) or payment in installments. Alma is considered one of the most dynamic and promising startup of the French tech ecosystem.

 

Leavy

Leavy is a French startup that develops a travel and accommodation platform for millennials (18-34 years old). Leavy wants to reinvent travel among young people by relying on a community of users who are both hosts and travelers. The company has completed one of the largest startup fundraisings in the travel industry in 2019.

Electra

Electra is a French company that reinvents electric car charging with a network of ultra-fast stations and an ultra-simple user experience. It deploys a connected, reliable and ultra-fast charging network (15 to 30 minutes maximum) in all major French cities. The company’s objective is to deploy 1,000 stations by 2030.

McCain Europe

McCain Foods Limited, founded in 1957, is a Canadian food processing and distribution company. It is best known as a producer of frozen french fries.

Payfit

PayFit is a French company that develops a SaaS tool for payroll and human resources management. Founded in 2015, Payfit is part of the Next40, a French government label identifying the most promising companies that are likely to become technology leaders.

Discovery

Discovery, Inc. (formerly Discovery Communications) is an American mass media company and the world’s leading publisher of theme channels. Available in 220 countries and territories and 50 languages, Discovery is a platform innovator, reaching viewers on all screens and services, from linear, free-to-air and pay–TV channels to digital products and streaming services, to social and mobile-first content and formats.

ZePlug

Zeplug is the first operator of charging points for electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids at home and in companies.

France Verif

France Verif est une société française de sécurité informatique qui offre aux consommateurs l’assurance d’acheter en ligne tous les produits possibles en toute sécurité. France Verif propose le premier détecteur de fraude en ligne en scannant tous les sites e‑commerce afin d’en définir la fiabilité.

QualiSR

“QualiSR Syndic Prévention Redressement” is an association bringing together major players in the real estate industry with the aim of certifying syndics for the recovery of fragile or troubled co-ownerships.

 

Gabonese Strategic Investment Fund (FGIS)

The Gabonese Strategic Investment Fund (FGIS) is the exclusive manager of Gabon’s sovereign wealth fund. It invests in strategic sectors such as health, energy, education, infrastructure and ecotourism. Its ambition is to enable Gabon to diversify its economy and benefit from resources that could gradually replace those derived from oil exploitation.

ING

The ING Group is an international financial institution of Dutch origin, established in 1991 through the merger of the insurance company Nationale Nederlanden and the network bank NMB Postbank. ING is historically the abbreviation for “Internationale Nederlanden Groep”.

BPI France

Bpifrance is a public investment bank, a French organization for the financing and development of companies. In particular, it is responsible for supporting small and medium-sized companies, mid-sized companies and innovative companies in support of the public policies of the State and the regions

Haropa

HAROPA is the 5th largest port complex in Northern Europe. It brings together the ports of Le Havre, Rouen and Paris.

Yespark

Yespark is a French start-up based in Paris, created in 2014, for the long-term rental of parking spaces. Established in several European countries, Yespark manages 35,000 parking spaces in more than 500 cities in early 2020.

French Ministry of Agriculture and Food

The Ministry of Agriculture and Food is the administration in charge of agricultural, fisheries, food and forestry policy. It also organizes education and research in these fields.

Uber

Uber is an American technology company that develops and operates mobile applications that connect users with drivers who provide transportation services. Founded in 2009, it is the world leader in the VTC sector.

Microsoft

Microsoft Corporation is an American multinational computer and microcomputer company, founded in 1975 by Bill Gates and Paul Allen. Microsoft is one of the largest market capitalizations on the NASDAQ, along with Apple and Amazon. The company employs nearly 150,000 people in 120 countries.

Aristocrat

Aristocrat is an Australian gaming company operating in over 90 countries and offering a unique blend of gambling and gaming products and online services, leader mondial de son secteur.

CDC Habitat

CDC Habitat, formerly SNI Group, is a subsidiary of Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations (main French public sector financial institution) whose main mission is to manage public real estate assets. The company manages 350,000 housing units.

Forepont Capital Partners

Forepont Capital Partners is a global investment manager led by successful entrepreneurs from life sciences and financial management. From data and digital to precision medicine and genomics, Forepont Capital Partners invest in technology, pharma/biotech and life sciences companies that improve healthcare outcomes. Forepont Capital Partners also accelerate medical innovations through philanthropy and meaningful collaboration.

Oracle

Oracle is an American software company based in California. Founded in 1977, it is one of the world leaders in cloud computing for businesses. Oracle is the second largest software manufacturer in terms of revenue after Microsoft.

Vinted

Vinted is a community-based online marketplace that allows its users to sell, buy, and trade used clothing and accessories1. The company was founded in 2008 in Vilnius by a Lithuanian couple.

Vinted was initially dedicated solely to the sale of women’s clothing, then it expanded to include children’s and men’s clothing, as well as accessories such as jewellery, handbags, etc. Children’s furniture, books and toys are also allowed.

Of the 23 million members claimed in the 11 countries where the site is located, 10 million are in France. Economically, Vinted has become a unicorn.

Le French Impact

Born of a government initiative, the French Impact brings together the players in social innovation (public authorities and private sector) and thus accelerates all the innovative social and environmental initiatives present in France. Thanks to its strong territorial network and its action in the field, French Impact is a central player in social innovation in France, providing tools and concrete measures to public policies to bring about lasting change in the lives of French people.

Ecotone

Ecotone (formerly Wessanen) is the European leader in organic food. Of Dutch origin but with a major presence in France through Bjorg, Bonneterre et Compagnie, Ecotone’s brands are present in 7 European countries. Ecotone’s products are more than 80% organic and more than 95% vegetarian. And all without GMO.

French Professional Football League

The professional football league (LFP) is the body that manages the activities of professional football in France in application and compliance with the regulations of the French Football Federation (FFF), including the organization of the French league 1 football championship as well as the French league 2 second division championship and the French League Cup. The League also looks after the French youth teams and the French women’s teams (including seniors).

French Union of Public Transport and Railways (UTP)

The Union des transports publics et ferroviaires (UTP) is the professional association of urban public passenger transport companies (road and rail) in France. The UTP is a member of the Groupement Interprofessionnel du Transport et de la Logistique (GITL), which represents it within the MEDEF. It represents nearly 170 urban transport companies throughout France. Some are linked to transport groups such as Keolis, Moventia, RATP Group, SNCF Proximités, Vectalia France, Transdev. Others are independent.

Booking.com

A global leader in the reservation of accomodation online and internet services dedicated to tourist accomodation, Booking.com is also one of the most important European companies in the digital economy. Dutch by origin, it uses a reservation platform which allows consumers to choose between hundreds of thousands of accomosation options around the world.

Karhoo

Karhoo is a tech company that offers a white label platform to book a taxi or VTC partner from any website and mobile application as well as a complete solution for transport on demand, including management tools and mobile applications for drivers and passengers. Karhoo won the European Mobility Award 2019 in Brussels.

The European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM)

The European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) brings together all professionals in the sector at the European level. ESICM has been designated by the European Commission to carry out the C19_SPACE program to train doctors and nurses who do not work regularly in intensive care in order to combat the VIDOC19 pandemic and improve coordination between Member States.

Transdev

Transdev is a French multinational transport group, one of the world leaders in mobility. It employs nearly 85,000 people in some twenty countries around the world. The group operates rail and bus lines, as well as the full range of public transport solutions. Particularly innovative, Transdev is a pioneer in autonomous vehicles and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

CEWE

Cewe is a German photographic processing company. Founded in 1961, it has become the European leader in photography and online printing, with locations and production sites in five countries.

GEO PLC – HELLIO

Independent, the GEO PLC group designs, develops and implements sustainable solutions around the objective of reducing energy consumption. The group offers financing programs based mainly on the Energy Savings Certificates (ECC) system. HELLIO, the group’s consumer brand, specializes in home renovation and offers a full range of home improvement services for individuals.

BeIn Media Group

BeIn Media Group is an international media group, independent owner of the international sports network, BeIn Sports, which owns the broadcasting rights to major football tournaments around the world. BeIn Media Group is present in 34 countries on 5 continents and broadcasts more than 60 channels.

Boralex

Listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, Boralex is a major player in the production of renewable energy, specialising in five sectors of activity: wind, solar, hydroelectric, thermal and storage. Based in Quebec, the company is also present in the United States and France.

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB – OIRPC)

The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB – OIRPC) is an independent body established by the Canadian government to oversee and invest the funds of the Canada Pension Plan (CPP). As of September 2016, the CPPIB manages over 300 billion Canadian dollars in investment assets on behalf of 19 million Canadians.

Total

Total is a privately owned French oil and gas company. It is one of the six “supermajors”: it is the fifth of the six largest companies in the sector worldwide, behind ExxonMobil, Shell, BP, and Chevron. Its activities cover the entire production chain, from the extraction of crude oil and natural gas to the creation of energy, including refining and commercial distribution activities. Total is also active in the low-carbon energy and power generation sectors. The Total Group is present in more than 130 countries and has more than 100,000 employees.

ADEME

The French Environment and Energy Management Agency (Ademe) is the French government agency in charge of environmental protection and energy management. It is placed under the supervision of the Ministries of Research and Innovation, Ecological and Solidarity Transition and Higher Education.

eToro

The world leader in social trading networks, eToro is an Israeli company created in 2007 with the ambition of revolutionizing the industry. As a leading Fintech company, eToro offers both equity and cryptocurrency investments, as well as CFD trading with various underlying assets.

Société du Grand Paris

The Société du Grand Paris (SGP) is a public institution responsible for designing and building the Greater Paris Public Transport Network (RTGP) known as the Grand Paris Express. Doubling the size of Paris’ metro network, it is the largest infrastructure project in Europe.

Groupe Rossignol

A world leader in the skiing industry, the Rossignol Group designs, manufactures and markets a range of winter sports equipment. The group’s global headquarters are located in the heart of the French Alps. Its portfolio contains strong and complementary brands like Rossignol, Dynastar, Lange, Look, Risport and Kerma. The group also offers high-end ready-to-wear lines through Rossignol Apparel and other outdoor activity equipment.

Rakuten

Rakuten is a Japanese Internet services company founded in 1997. Japan’s largest e-commerce site, Rakuten is now one of the world’s leading e-commerce companies, particularly in France after the acquisition of PriceMinister in 2010. Rakuten is a global company with activities in many sectors including banking, telephony and media. Rakuten is the owner of the Viber instant messaging application and Kobo, a solution for reading digital books.

Goggo Network

Goggo Network is a mobility startup aimed at developing the legal and technical framework for autonomous European mobility networks in the coming decades.

Great Seaport of Marseille

Ideally located on the shores of the Mediterranean, the Port of Marseille Fos, France’s leading port, is the natural gateway to Europe. It is positioned as the Southern alternative to the ports of Northern Europe for access to the French and European markets.

In an area as large as the city of Paris, it has spaces and infrastructures to accommodate maritime, logistics and industrial activities.

As a generalist port, it handles all types of goods: hydrocarbons and liquid bulk (oil, gas and chemicals), general cargo (containers and other packaging), solid bulk (ores and cereals).

Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS)

The Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) is an international organization established in 1983 for the economic, social and cultural development of Africa with a view to creating regional structures that could gradually lead to a Common Market. It brings together 11 countries: Angola, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Republic of Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe.

 

Europ Assistance

Europ Assistance is a French company created in 1963. Since its foundation, the company has created the principle of assistance to travellers. Today the Group is an international operator of personal assistance services in the fields of health, home and family life, automobile, travel and concierge services.

Fully controlled by the Generali Group, Europ Assistance comprises 44 companies in 34 countries, employing 8,380 salaried staff and a network of 425,000 partners working in the field.

 

Tunnel Euralpin Lyon Turin (TELT)

TELT is the public developer in charge of the construction and management of the cross-border section of the future Lyon-Turin link. The French State is the sole shareholder, with a 50% stake. Italy is represented by FS (Italian Railways), also with a 50 % stake.

This new promoter succeeds the company LTF (Lyon Turin Ferroviaire) which, from 2001 to 2015, carried out the studies and reconnaissance work.

The cost of the cross-border section is EUR 8.6 billion. The European Union is financing 40% of the project, the remainder being shared between the two countries (35% for Italy, 25% for France).

Tessan

Tessan is a French medical technology start-up that offers connected medical booths that allow you to consult a doctor in less than 15 minutes. The connected medical cabinet is equipped with 7 medical devices, remotely controlled by the doctor during the teleconsultation.

CITEO

Born from the combination of Eco-Emballages and Ecofolio, Citeo was created by private companies in order to reduce the environmental impact of packaging and paper. Recognized by the State, in charge of a public service mission, it supervises and supports the recycling of household packaging and paper in France. It counts more than 50,000 companies as members and contributors.

Paris Region Photovoltaic Institute (IPVF)

Founded by the French government, CNRS, Total and EDF, the Institut Photovoltaïque d’Île-de-France (IPVF) brings together the main photovoltaic solar energy research laboratories in the Paris region. Bringing together several hundred researchers, its ambition is to become one of the world’s leading research, innovation and training centres by bringing together internationally recognised academic research teams and leading manufacturers in the photovoltaic sector.

 

DreamQuark

DreamQuark develops Brain a software to increase the sales and customer engagement in banking and insurance with explainable and trusted AI. Brain provides to advisors, relationship manager and agents better investment and product recommandations, it helps marketing campaign manager to create more targeted campaigns and accompany customer success teams increase the loyalty of their customers.

In 2017, DreamQuark has won the Fintech of the Year price by Finance Innovation as well as the Best Cognitive Platform award by Bank & Innovation. The multi-award winning company has been given 5 out of 5 stars by the rating agency Early Metric and counts among its clients major banks and insurance companies such as BNP Paribas and AG2R la Mondiale.

DreamQuark raised more than 15M€ in total.

Medelse

Medelse is a French Medtech company. It is a platform for recruitment and networking between medical professionals looking for someone to replace them, or to find an internship, a job on a permanent or fixed-term contract, or to take over a practice. Medelse is aimed at both established professionals, freelance professionals and health institutions.

Radisson Hotel Group

Radisson Hotel Group is an American multi-national hospitality group. With a presence in 115 countries around the world and 15.000 employees, the group owns or operates 7 hotel brands: Radisson, Radisson Blu, Radisson Collection, Radisson Red, Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Park Inn by Radisson and Park Plaza.

Youtube

YouTube is a video hosting website and social media site where users can upload, watch, comment, rate and share streaming videos. Created in February 2005, the service is located in San Bruno, California. It has several billion users.

Mercator Océan International

Mercator Ocaan International is a company providing a service of general interest in France and Europe. Mercator Ocean describes, analyses and forecasts the ocean by developing and maintaining in operational condition the “Mercator System” for ocean analysis and forecasting. The structure is supported by 9 major international organizations involved in operational oceanography: CNRS, Ifremer, IRD, Météo-France, SHOM, CMCC, MetOffice, NERSC, and Puertos del Estado.

 

Wizbii

Wizbii is a recruitment platform for young people that offers a large number of job offers as well as a range of services to support them in their search (coaching, tutoring, preparation for applications, events, etc.) and the financing of their studies through available national and regional aid.

SNCF

The Société nationale des chemins de fer français (SNCF) is France’s national state-owned railway company. Founded in 1938, it operates the country’s national rail traffic, including the TGV, on France’s high-speed rail network. Its functions include operation of railway services for passengers and freight, and maintenance and signalling of rail infrastructure. In 2010 the SNCF was ranked 22nd in France and 214th globally on the Fortune Global 500 list. It is the main business of the SNCF Group, which in 2017 had €33.5 billion of sales in 120 countries. The SNCF Group employs more than 260,000 people.

Agence Française de Développement (AFD)

The French Development Agency (AFD), a public financial institution that implements France’s development policy, acts to combat poverty and promote sustainable development. AFD is present in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, the Caribbean and Overseas France. AFD finances and supports projects that improve people’s living conditions, support economic growth and protect the planet.

With a budget of nearly 15 billion euros, AFD finances and supports approximately 3600 development projects in 110 countries.

Nacarat

Nacarat is the heiress of the hundred-year-old construction company Rabot Dutilleul. Specialist in real estate development, Nacarat, which copts nearly 250 employees, now brings together all the activities of the trade, residential and tertiary.

Mon Senior

Monsenior is a Lyon-based silver economy company that connects carers with elderly or convalescent people through an online collaborative platform. Patients in loss of autonomy can thus organize short stays in the homes of family carers. Foster care is an alternative to staying at home or moving to a nursing home.

Stationord

Stationord is the major renovation project of the Gare du Nord station in Paris, managed equally by the SNCF and the real estate company Ceetrus, a subsidiary of the Auchan group.

Europe’s leading station in terms of passenger flows, the Gare du Nord will see the number of visitors increase from 700,000 to 800,000 by 2024. The Stationord project aims to respond to this problem by transforming the station into an exceptional place to live that meets the highest social, economic and environmental requirements.

Association des CCI d’Outre-mer (ACCIOM)

ACCIOM brings together the 11 Chambers of Commerce and Industry of the French Overseas Departments (Guyana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, Reunion Island) and French Overseas Collectivities (New Caledonia French Polynesia, Saint-Barthélémy, Saint Martin, Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, Wallis and Futuna).

Whaller

Whaller is a French social network that does not use the personal data of its users. It has 200,000 users today.

Remote Gambling Association

The RGA represents the world’s largest licensed, and stock market-listed remote gambling companies and provides the industry with a single voice on all the issues of importance to regulators, legislators, and key decision makers around the world. Based in London and Brussels, its membership includes most of the world’s largest and most respected Internet gambling companies.

It is committed to promoting a regulated and non-discriminatory environment for responsible licensed operators in the world’s remote gambling markets.

Rakuten TV

Rakuten TV is a video-on-demand (VOD) streaming service, offering movies and TV series for subscription, rental and purchase. Rakuten TV’s catalogue includes content from studios around the world including Warner Brothers, Disney, Sony Pictures Entertainment and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, local distributors, and independent labels, being the smallest and least known service among its competitors.

Rakuten TV’s content can be streamed to most devices, offering a similar service to Netflix and other streaming services.

The company is headquartered in Barcelona and currently operates in twelve countries around Europe; Spain, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Finland, Austria, Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland.

GreenCity Real Estate

Green City immobilier is an independent property developer with national development in major French cities. A player in the construction of new housing, Green City develops new urban programs of about ten dwellings up to the development of “new districts” which can include several hundred dwellings.

Cerema

The Centre for Studies and Expertise on Risk, Environment, Mobility and Development (Cerema) is a French public institution. Its missions cover all areas of planning and sustainable development (urban planning, environment, transport infrastructure, risk management, etc.). It provides support in particular to local authorities and decentralised State services.

Casablanca Finance City

Casablanca Finance City (CFC) is the leading financial centre in Africa. As a partner of the largest international financial centres, CFC helps to attract international companies to Morocco and make Casablanca the main regional financial hub.

Conseil National des Professions de l’Automobile (CNPA)

CNPA, Conseil National des Professions de l’Automobile, is the union of entrepreneurs in the automotive trade, repair and services of France. Its members, coming from the twenty professions of the automotive industry, industrial vehicle and two-wheelers sectors, are the prime contractors of the National Collective Agreement on Motor Trade and Repair, on which 96,000 companies and more than 420,000 employees depend.

Disneyland Paris

Europe’s leading tourist destination, with nearly 15 million visitors a year, Disneyland Paris is a tourist and urban complex located east of Paris. Owned by the Walt Disney Company, the site is a leading infrastructure at the heart of economic issues. With nearly 15,000 employees and 1.4 billion euros in turnover, Disneyland Paris is the 5th largest hotel business center in France.

Ingevity

Ingevity is a manufacturer of specialty chemicals and high-performance carbon materials.

Headquartered in North Charleston, South Carolina, Ingevity operates from 25 locations around the world and employs approximately 1,750 people. The company is traded on the New York Stock Exchange.

Fondation pour la Nature et l’Homme

Founded in 1990 by the famous French activist and former Minister Nicolas Hulot, the FNH (formerly the “Nicolas-Hulot Foundation for Nature and Mankind”) is a major French foundation whose purpose is to raise awareness of climate change and environment issues. The foundation’s mission is to propose and accelerate changes in individual and collective behaviour, and to support environmental initiatives in France and abroad to initiate the ecological transition of our societies.

L’Oréal Group

L’Oréal is a French industrial group of cosmetic products. The company, founded by Eugène Schueller on July 30, 1909, has now become an international group, the world leader in the cosmetics industry.

SQLI

Created in 1990, SQLI is a group of services specialized in digital technology that supports companies and brands in their digital transformation. Listed on Euronext, SQLI has 2,400 employees in 32 branches in 13 countries.

Make.org

The Make.org citizen platform is developing a totally new digital solution for massive consultation, capable of involving several million citizens in several languages around a simple question of general interest and of rendering the results of this online consultation in an almost instantaneous way. A civic, European and independent initiative, Make.org is one of the most influential and dynamic actors in French and European civic tech.

Éléphant Vert Group

Éléphant vert is an international Swiss Group created by Antenna Technologies, a Foundation specialized in research, adaptation and transfer of innovative technologies to fight poverty and promote sustainable development. Located in France, Morocco and Mali,Éléphant vert provides innovative agricultural products and services: biofertilizers, biostimulants, biopesticides, as well as technical and financial support in the context of projects focusing on nutrition and natural crop protection.

Tomra

Tomra Systems ASA is a Norwegian multinational corporation active in the field of instrumentation for recycling solutions. The company is the largest Reverse Vending Machine (RVM) producer globally and leading sensor-based machines for sorting and recycling. In addition to RVMs, TOMRA manufactures compactors, material recovery, and sorting machinery. With over 70,000 RVMs installed worldwide, TOMRA is the leading provider in the industry.

Procivis UES AP

Procivis and UES AP (social economy union for social home ownership) is a network historically committed to promoting social home ownership and the improvement of housing conditions. Procivis is a major player in the real estate industry (building construction, property development, services).

CMR Group

Founded in 1959, CMR Group manufactures and implements control and supervision solutions in the energy, industrial and marine sectors, integrating automation systems and intelligent sensors. CMR group thus realizes complete command and control systems for hydroelectric, photovoltaic, marine and nuclear power plants.

The Global Network of Port Cities (AIVP)

AIVP, the global network of port cities, brings together urban and port actors in the development of cities and ports as well as their partners. Its headquarters are located in Le Havre. Present on all continents, it brings together more than 210 members; cities, ports and economic actors. The international network of the International Association of Cities and Ports covers 49 countries.

Badi

Badi is the leading platform when it comes to finding the perfect flatmate through smart recommendations and social connections. The mobile app and and website were created in 2015, and in just two years, the company has managed to transform the real estate sector in Spain thanks to the direct connections generated from user compatibility, eliminating the need for intermediaries. Badi was born to provide a solution to the growing needs of the entire “millennial” generation, who have found themselves with no other option but to share a flat when living in big cities such as Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia, and now Paris and other French cities as a direct result of ever-rising house prices.

Singlespot

Singlespot is a leader company in mobile predictive drive-to-store, enabling retailers to generate measurable point-of-sale traffic. Singlespot is a data marketing solution at the cutting edge of geolocation technologies, already adopted by hundreds of leading retailers in France.

Side.co

Side, is the leading online staffing service in Europe.

A rapidly expanding French start-up, it provides, through its platform, the temporary and flexible workforce that companies need.  The “Siders” community offers a wide range of skills in business development, sales, logistics and events. Side manages the pre-selection of profiles, establishes the first contact and automates the administrative process: invoicing, electronic signatures, payments, insurance and worker follow-up.

SYNERPA

The SYNERPA, historically the first national trade union of private retirement homes now represents the whole Elderly sector in France. A central partner for the elderly from their home to retirement facilities including services residence, the SYNERPA participate in the public debates around elderly care while maintaining a constant dialogue with public officials, elected representatives, journalists and professionals.

Oman Aviation Group

Established in Muscat in February 2018, Oman Aviation Group is a government holding tasked with enabling the Sultanate’s aviation, tourism and logistics sectors. Comprising Oman Air, Oman Airports, Oman Aviation Services, Muscat Airport City, and Meteorological Navigation Services, the Group works diligently towards building an integrated aviation supercentre to lead Omani national aviation interests into the future.

Croatian National Tourist Board

The Croatian National Tourist Board is Croatia’s national tourist organization founded with a view to promoting and creating the identity, and to enhance the reputation of, Croatian tourism.

 

Meridiam

Based in Paris, Meridiam is a French group specialised in investment and infrastructure asset management for the benefit of the community. Created in 2005 by Thierry Déau, Meridiam is present in Europe, Africa and North America. The company continues to develop within OECD countries by accompanying public authorities as closely as possible to their projects, from their conception all the way to very long-term management (25 years).

Harley-Davidson

Founded in 1903, Harley-Davidson is an iconic American motorcycle manufacturer based in Milwaukee, USA. Harley-Davidson produces heavyweight motorcycles and offers a line of motorcycle parts, accessories, general merchandise and related services.

Index Ventures

Index Ventures is an international venture capital firm with dual headquarters in San Francisco and London, investing in technology-enabled companies with a focus on e-commerce, fintech, mobility, gaming, infrastructure/AI, and security. Since its founding in 1996, the firm has invested in more than 160 companies (including Dropbox, Facebook, Criteo, Skype, Slack, Blablacar, Deliveroo, etc.)  in 24 countries and raised approximately $5.6 billion.

National Federation of Wine and Spirits Brokers Trade Associations of France

The National Federation of Wine and Spirits Brokers Trade Associations of France brings together all the actors of the branch in France and ensures its representation at the national level. Central business of the wine and spirits industry, the broker is the professional intermediary intervening in “upstream” transactions in grapes, musts, wines (at different stages of production) or eaux-de-vie (cognac, armagnac) between the different operators of the wine world (winemakers, cooperatives and traders).

Sodexo

Sodexo is the world leader in Quality of Life Services, with nearly 450,000 employees. It is one of the largest private employers in the world. Through Xpenditure and iAlbatros Sodexo offers an optimized experience of business travel and the management of professional expenses for corporate businesses and their employees.

Snap

Listed on the New York Stock Exchange, Snap Inc is a California technology company based in Venice. Primarily known for its Snapchat application, created in 2011, Snap reinvents the way photos and videos are taken and shared. The company acquired the French start-up Zenly in 2017 and counts among its products Spectacles glasses, equipped with a camera, and the Bitmoji application.

National Federation of Commercial Aviation (FNAM)

FNAM represents more than 95% of the fleet and activities of the French air transport sector. Through 8 professional groups, it brings together 9 businesses and over 370 companies, including many French airlines (Aigle Azur, Air Caribbean, The Air France Group, Corsair International, XL Airways). FNAM represents more than 100,000 jobs including 72,000 jobs in airlines and 30,000 in groundhandling and airport management.

Federation of Plastics and Composites

The Federation of Plastics and Composites is the main professional organisation representing material processors in France. It brings together and represents more than 3,350 companies, representing more than 125,000 employees, mainly from SMEs. It works at regional, national, European and international level to make the plastics industry more attractive and to address the major challenges of a rapidly changing industry in the context of decarbonating growth.

Port Boulogne-Calais

On 22 July 2015, the port of Boulogne-sur-Mer, the leading fishing port in France, and the port of Calais, the leading passenger port and fourth-ranking port for freight in France, merged to become the “Boulogne Calais Port” as part of a public service delegation contract (DSP) with the Nord-Pas de Calais Regional Council, which owns both.

Bolt

Bolt is a European transport company based in Tallinn, Estonia, which offers a mobile application to order a taxi or a private driver. Present in France and more than 20 countries, it is one of the most promising start-ups of the European continent.

 

Nouvelle Aquitaine Region

Nouvelle Aquitaine Region, whose main city is Bordeaux, is the largest French region in terms of geography and has nearly 6 million inhabitants. At the forefront of the most dynamic regions of the country, it is at the forefront in terms of innovation, research and eco-system of start ups.

Cyclofix

First home bike repair service, Cyclofix is an ultra simple on demand service. The objective of this French start up is to allow cyclists, regular or occasional, to have their bike repaired without moving from their couch or their office. No more miles on foot pushing your bike or the frustration of leaving your bike at home for lack of repair. Cyclists book their repairer in a few seconds, via the mobile app or the Cyclofix website, who will come to the address of their choice to maintain their bike, any day, even on Sundays.

Simplon.co

A flagship actor in the French digital sector, Simplon.co is an enterprise from the social and solidarity economy which leads a network of “factories” (schools) which offer free training for digital trades with a shortage of qualified candidates, allowing jobseekers to quickly find work or create their own.

UNESCO

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization is an agency of the United Nations (UN) based in Paris. Its declared purpose is to contribute to peace and security by promoting international collaboration through educational, scientific, and cultural reforms.

Aviation Without Borders

Aviation Sans Frontières (Aviation without Borders) is an NGO which drives humanitarian missions to help the most disadvantaged people in developing countries, particularly in West Africa. Thanks to its many volunteers, it has spent 35 years putting its material and human means at the service of various missions: humanitarian cargo, repatriation of children and refugees, medical messaging, and the transport of personnel from international organisations.

Ector Parking

Ector is a French start-up that brings a simple solution to a complicated problem: parking. Ector makes available valets in railway stations and airports through a simple and intuitive app.

Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP)

Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) is a world leader in the design, manufacturing, distribution, and marketing of motorized recreational vehicles. Built on a 70-year history and a workforce of over 6000 people, the Quebec enterprise distributes its products to over 100 countries.

Raizers

Raizers is the first participative financing platform with a European dimension. It enables companies to raise capital through equity crowdfunding.

Alliance française of Brussels

The Alliance Française of Brussels is an association created in 1945 with the mission of teaching the French language and promoting French and Francophone cultures, as well as defending cultural diversity.

Time Sport International

A classic “Made in France” brand, Time Sport International was founded in 1986 and has risen to the rank of a cycling icon thanks to the innovative and patented concept of an automatic pedal, which took into account for the first time the biomechanical constraints related to pedalling.

The Shift Project

Founded in 2011 by energy and climate specialist, Jean-Marc Jancovici, The Shift Project is a European think tank dedicated to the promotion of a carbon-free global economy. At the crossroads of the academic, corporate, civil society and the political worlds, The Shift Project aims to change our view about decarbonisation and influence decision makers.

European Startup Prize

The European Startup Prize for mobility is the 1st public-private award that supports breakthrough innovations that will shape the transport and mobility landscape in Europe andaround the world.

Demeter Partners

Demeter Partners is an independent management company specialised in the management of equity funds dedicated to the fields of environment and the energy transition. It currently manages nearly 800 million euros through four mutual funds for innovation covering at once capital growth, the financing of innovative groups in creation, and in infrastructure projects. It recently fused with the group Emertec.

NUMA

NUMA is a leading startup accelerator based in Paris, Casablanca, Moscow, Barcelona, Mexico and Bangalore. Founded in Paris in 2013, NUMA also puts its expertise at the service of major international groups to accompany them in their digital transitions and assist them in developing the technologies that will shape tomorrow’s world.

Getaround (ex-Drivy)

Launched in 2010, Drivy is a car rental platform and an iconic French Tech company. It allows consumers to rent vehicles close to their home or to rent out and monetize their own vehicles.

Deliveroo

Founded in London in 2013, Deliveroo is a leader in the delivery of meals and is one of the most dynamic startups in the food tech sector. In France, just one year after its launch, Deliveroo is present in 17 cities and works with over 3,000 restaurants.

Edebex

Founded in January 2013, Edebex is an online marketplace that allows SMEs in need of funds to trade their bills for cash in 72 hours. Since its launch, 65 million euros have been traded through the Edebex platform.

NASDAQ OMX

The world’s largest exchange company, the Nasdaq OMX Group was the world’s first electronic stock market. The Nasdaq OMX Group operates 26 marketplaces in the United States and Europe, and promotes global economic growth by connecting its actors across the world.

Ferrovial

Ferrovial is one of the world’s leading infrastructure operators, dedicated to the design, construction, financing, operation and maintenance of urban infrastructure, transports and services. Based in Madrid, Ferrovial is part of the l’IBEX 35 capitalization-weighted stock market index. The company has 74,000 employees and a presence in over 15 countries.

EDF Réunion

World’s largest producer and provider of electricity, the group Électricité de France (EDF) provides the public service of electricity distribution. Through EDF – SEI – Île de la Réunion, EDF produces, trades, transports and distributes electricity throughout the island of Réunion with all of the specificities that its insular situation requires.

Pôle Emploi

Pôle Emploi is the French national operator for public employment services. Its assists job seekers in their job search until placement, ensures the payment of insurance benefits, supports the businesses in their recruitment processes and collects their contributions.

France Urbaine (Association of Mayors of Large Cities)

France Urbaine, former Association des Maires de Grandes Villes de France (AMGVF) gathers the mayors and presidents of the largest cities and intercommunal developments of France (over 100,000 inhabitants). Its mission is to defend the interests of large cities and their residents. It participates in parliamentary debates concerning local authorities and regularly publicises its propositions.

European Climate Foundation

Founded in the Netherlands in 2008, the European Climate Foundation promotes climate and energy policies aiming to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. An independent organisation, its goal is to reinforce European leadership in discussions on climate change at the global level. To do this, it supports and works alongside governments, enterprises and NGOs across Europe.

Yoyo

Founded by Éric Brac de la Perrière in September 2016, Yoyo is an innovative recycling platform that brings together citizens, businesses, local collectives and eco-organisations. This “Deposit programme 2.0” aims to double the rate of recycling for plastics in France by rewarding citizens for their contributions.

European University Institute in Florence

The European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, Italy, is an international postgraduate and post-doctoral teaching and research institute established by European Union member states to contribute to cultural and scientific development in the social sciences, in a European perspective.

Ville de Grenoble

Nicknamed the “Capital of the Alps” Grenoble is the town centre of France’s eleventh largest urban agglomeration and is the heart of one of the largest areas of employment in the field of research and innovation in Europe. Euros / Agency supported the City of Grenoble in the “European Capital of Innovation” contest organised by the European Commission. Competing against sixty cities, Grenoble took second place just behind Barcelona.

Sport dans la Ville

Since 1998, Sport dans la Ville has served as France’s primary professional integration association that operates through sports. The programmes established by Sport dans la Ville contribute to the professional and social integration of the 4,500 young people who are part of the association by participating actively in their progression and personal development.

ConsoGlobe

ConsoGlobe is an online magazine created in 2005. It provides information and practical guidance on how to consume differently and sustainably while respecting the environment. The website has attracted nearly 30 million yearly visitors.

Panacea Pharma

An aromatherapy laboratory bringing together biologists, biochemists, doctors and pharmacists, Panacea Pharma is a producer and distributor of essential oils and natural products for health and well-being.

Ofo

Originally a Chinese company offering self-service bicycles, Ofo is present in more than 200 cities around the world. The special feature of this self-service bicycle service is that it is not linked to any station. The removal is done via the use of the mobile application by unlocking a code padlock on the back of the bike. Ofo is a leader in its industry globally.

Tourism Committee of Mayotte

Created in 1987 at the initiative of the Mayotte Departmental Council, the Departmental Tourism Committee of Mayotte drives and implements the tourism and leisure policies of the Island of Mayotte. The Committee animates the Department’s tourism-related organisations (boating, fishing, cruises, etc.) all while promoting the Island of Mayotte in France and throughout the world.

Villes de France (Cities of France)

Villes de France is a pluralist association of elected representatives bringing together medium-sized cities and agglomerations, which represents nearly half of the French population (30 million inhabitants). The assocation works to highlight the issues and ambitions of these urban territories, reinforce their contribition to economic, social and cultural development, and promote their image.

 

Look Cycles

A cutting-edge cycling specialist, Look is the world leader in automatic road pedals. As the inventor of the automatic pedal, the first carbon frame in 1986, and the first track single-piece carbon frame, its policy centred on research and development earned it the INPI Trophy for France’s most innovative SME in 2009 and 2011. The Nevers-based company has also entered into textiles with the luxury Look Collection brand.

Villes de France (Cities of France)

Villes de France is a pluralist association of elected representatives bringing together medium-sized cities and agglomerations, which represents nearly half of the French population (30 million inhabitants). The assocation works to highlight the issues and ambitions of these urban territories, reinforce their contribition to economic, social and cultural development, and promote their image.

oBike

oBike is a station-less smart bike-sharing company born in Singapore which uses technology to change how transportation is viewed locally. It allows commuters to travel during one-way first- and last- mile commuting – via bicycles located all over the cities and territories where it operates. This provides a convenient and environmentally-friendly commute option for all in interconnected urban areas.

Departmental Council of Mayotte

France 101st department since as of 31 March 2011, Mayotte is an overseas department in the Indian Ocean. With a unique identity, this territory works with considerable challenges related to development in the framework of its new status as a French department and an Outermost Region of the European Union. These developments have brought about profound changes driven by the Departental Council.

Unipef

The Union of Engineers of Bridges, Waters and Forests (Union des Ingénieurs des Ponts, des Eaux et des Forêts, UNIPEF) is a place of reflection and exchange on experience with the aim of promoting engineers and scientific and technical careers.

Michelle Darty Foundation

The third-largest private foundation in France, the Michelle Darty Foundation is a renowned philanthropic institution of public interest whose objective is to aid in taking in an housing mentally handicapped adults of over 18 years old. It participates in the conception, construction and furnishing of its living and activity centres.

Fréget Associés Lawyers

Based in Paris, Fréget associés focuses exclusively on competition law and regulation. Founded by Olivier Fréget, the firm provides its clients with support in defining and implementing their legal strategy by representing them at national and EU levels before courts, competition authorities and sector regulators.

Refund My Ticket

Refund My Ticket is a startup that offers clients who have suffered delayed or cancelled flights to obtain compensation. By taking charge of claims, administrative work, and even legal procedures, the startup allows wronged clients to receive reimbursements of up to €600. No charges are incurred; Refund My Ticket only receives payment in the event of success.

Booming

Booming is a collaborative economy startup with the objective of supporting the development of businesses by providing them the skills they do not have the means of obtaining internally. To do this, Booming offers people in retirement or pre-retirement the chance to continue working to supplement their pensions within partner enterprises.

Kingfisher plc

Founded in 1982, Kingfischer plc is a major DIY British retailor. The group owns 780 stores distributed in 8 countries, amongst which the French Castorama and Brico Depôt.

European Trade Union Confederation

Founded in 1973, the ETUC now includes in its membership 89 national trade union confederations from 39 countries and 10 European trade union federations. Its mission is to promote and defend the rights of European workers through social dialogue with European and national institutions.

IFAC

A key french popular education player, the Institute for Training, Management and Counsel (l’Institut de Formation, d’Animation et de Conseil, IFAC) works alongside State authorities in the implementation of general interest campaigns supporting public education objectives.