A thriving ecosystem

If you’re keen on working in a thriving tech environment, France is definitely a destination to consider. Inspired by global success stories like carpooling platform BlaBlaCar or datacenter operator OVH (both worth over $1bn), French startups and scale-ups are aiming for the world – and therefore hiring international talent like you.

No wonder foreign investors keep an eye on French tech, which raised a record amount of $4bn in 2018.

French Tech starts 2019 with record funding!

French startups raised $1.2bn in the first three months of 2019 – their second-best quarter ever. Healthcare platform Doctolib became the latest French unicorn following a $170m fundraising round in M

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