Singapore is one of the ten priority countries of the Créative France campaign, led by Business France, which aims at challenging preconceptions, enhancing the economic image of France through deeds and results, and demonstrating that France is resolutely modern, creative, open to the outside and a top destination for anybody who wants to grow their business in Europe. Here you will find the latest Creative France news in Singapore.
- Créative France newsletter - January 2017
- 10-Vins named the new face of Créative France in Singapore (14 July 2016)
- "Creative Next" Contest: Here’s your chance to be the next Creative France Ambassador! (14 June - 1 July)
- French Infrastructure Excellence Trade Mission in Singapore (29 - 31 May 2016)
- Launch of Creative France Campaign in Singapore (8 April 2016)
- 17 French companies exhibited in the French Pavilion at APM 2016 (16 - 18 March 2016)
- Visit by Alain Vidalies, Minister of State for Transport, Marine Affairs & Fisheries (14 - 16 February 2016)
- Internationalization of the French economy in 2015: attractiveness, vibrancy and innovation
The Embassy of France in Singapore is very pleased to present you the new « Créative France » newsletter which will provide you with the latest news on France and its innovation ecosystem every month. [read more...]
In conjunction with France’s National Day, 10 Vins, a French start-up, was named the next face of the campaign for its creation of D-Vine, an innovative, first-of-its-kind wine tasting machine that serves wine by the glass at the ideal temperature and perfectly aerated.
"Creative Next" Contest: Here’s your chance to be the next Creative France Ambassador! (14 June - 1 July)
The French Embassy, through Business France, France’s national agency supporting the international development of the French economy, is launching #CreativeNextSingapore aimed at discovering the next face of Créative France in Singapore.
As the Créative France campaign is aimed at showcasing French creativity and innovation, we are seeking French entrepreneurs/SMEs in Singapore who are constantly reinventing themselves to demonstrate unrivalled ingenuity.
Bpifrance and Société Générale have joined their effort to promote the French industry in Singapore. 16 companies specialised in the field of infrastructures, representative of the “French excellence” were carefully selected to embark on this challenge, powered by Business France. (read more...)
On 8 April 2016, the Creative France Campaign was officially launched in Singapore during a seminar held at the French business school ESSEC with French Minister of State for Foreign Trade, the Promotion of Tourism and French Nationals Abroad, Matthias Fekl and French Ambassador to Singapore, Benjamin Dubertret. (read more...)
Business France Singapore, the French Trade Commission, organised the French Pavilion of the 14th edition of the Asia Pacific Maritime Exhibition (APM 2016) held at the Marina Bay Sands convention center from March 16th to 18th 2016. Seventeen French companies exhibited and benefited from an active networking and BtoB meetings hosted at the French Pavilion. (read more...)
Visit by Alain Vidalies, Minister of State for Transport, Marine Affairs & Fisheries (14 - 16 February 2016)
Alain Vidalies, French Minister of State for Transport, Marine Affairs & Fisheries visited Singapore from 14 to 16 February 2016 for the 2016 edition of Singapore Airshow, the largest air show in Asia during which France was the feature country.
He accompanied more than 60 French companies, including 50 SMEs and around 20 CEOs. This was a major event for the French aerospace industry at the very heart of a vibrant asian market. Aircrafts indeed represent more than 40 % of French exports to ASEAN. (read more...)
As a vibrant, creative and innovative economy, France is one of the most attractive countries in Europe in which to do business.
The report published by Business France in March shows very strong results for 2015: 962 investment decisions from foreign companies resulting in the creation or retention of 33,682 jobs, up 27% on 2014. Exports of French goods also increased in 2015, reaching €455.1 billion. France now ranks third in the world in terms of service exporting countries. (read more...)