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Non-French entrepreneurs invited to set up shop in Paris

During the French Touch Conference at the AXA Center in New York June 24, 2015, French officials presented The French Tech Ticket, a programme designed for non-French entrepreneurs from all over the world who want to set up their start-up in Paris.

Non-French entrepreneurs invited to set up shop in Paris
Axelle Lemaire, French Ministry of State for Digital Affairs, speaks about the French Tech Ticket during the French Touch Conference at the AXA Center in New York June 24, 2015. The French Tech Ticket is a program designed for non-French entrepreneurs from all over the world who want to set-up their startup in Paris. (AFP/Getty Images)
Non-French entrepreneurs invited to set up shop in Paris
Axelle Lemaire, French Ministry of State for Digital Affairs, speaks about the French Tech Ticket during the French Touch Conference at the AXA Center in New York June 24, 2015. The French Tech Ticket is a program designed for non-French entrepreneurs from all over the world who want to set-up their startup in Paris. (AFP/Getty Images)
Non-French entrepreneurs invited to set up shop in Paris
Cedric Giorgi,(L) Head of Startup Relations for SIGFOX and Frederic Mazella, founder and CEO BlaBlaCar ghold a discussion during the French Touch Conference at the AXA Center in New York June 24, 2015. (AFP/Getty Images)
Non-French entrepreneurs invited to set up shop in Paris
French Economy and Industry Minister Emmanuel Macron (C) poses with an entrepreneur at the French consulate in New York on June 24, 2015, as he arrives in the US to attend the French Touch Conference. (AFP/Getty Images)
Non-French entrepreneurs invited to set up shop in Paris
French Economy and Industry Minister Emmanuel Macron speaks to entrepreneurs at the French consulate in New York on June 24, 2015, as he arrives in the US to attend the French Touch Conference. (AFP/Getty Images)
Non-French entrepreneurs invited to set up shop in Paris
French Economy and Industry Minister Emmanuel Macron (C) poses with an entrepreneur at the French consulate in New York on June 24, 2015, as he arrives in the US to attend the French Touch Conference. (AFP/Getty Images)
Non-French entrepreneurs invited to set up shop in Paris
French Economy and Industry Minister Emmanuel Macron speaks to entrepreneurs at the French consulate in New York on June 24, 2015, as he arrives in the US to attend the French Touch Conference. (AFP/Getty Images)