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Paris&Co launches a new call for applications for the next session of Paris Landing Pack_Explore, in March


Foreign-based startups looking to expand into the French market are invited to apply to Paris Landing Pack_Explore, a business acceleration program organized by Paris&Co.

This 1 month program will take place in March 2019. It will provide selected startups with a complete set of workshops on how to do business in France. It will give entrepreneurs the opportunity to validate their solution on the French market and explore business opportunities in Paris:

How to make my startup visible? / How to develop my business in Paris? / How to make it in Paris, practically?

Based in a co-working space in Paris, named Comet, and surrounded by startups from all over the world, they will get the chance to dive into the thriving Parisian Tech Scene and meet startups, investors, experts and corporates.

In a nutshell: fast-growing startups under 8 years old and looking to expand into France, preferably active in the following fields: IT / Medtech / Traveltech / Tourism /Sports / Foodtech / Mobility & Smart City / Circular Economy / FinTech / EdTech & HR Tech / Digital & Culture Industries 

**Special focus on circular economy startups**

In addition to the standard program, circular economy startups (eco-conception, collaborative economy, renewable energy, waste management, and any innovation preserving natural resources) will benefit from additional support from the circular economy incubator.

Application open until 18 of January!  

=> More information on the program here 

=>  Apply here  


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