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France Ranked 10th in the 2018 Global Entrepreneurship Index

Written by: Bridgewest

The end of 2017 brought good news to France which rose 3 places in the index released by the Global Entrepreneurship and Development Institute (GEDI). It should be noted that the report reflexes France’s capabilities of attracting and retaining investors in 2018. According to the 2018 Global Entrepreneurship Index, France now ranks 10th among 137 countries assessed by the GEDI. Our lawyers in France can assist foreign investors who want to open companies in this country.

France moved up 3 places from the 2017 Global Entrepreneurship Index

The Global Entrepreneurship and Development Institute is one of the most important institutions in the world and occupying a position in the yearly report related to the conditions offered to foreign investors is very important for the assessed countries. France is one of the countries which has progressed from one year to another: if in 2017 it ranked 13th, for 2018 the country made to the 10th position in the overall ranking, with a total score of 68.5 points out the total 100.

In the global ranking, France ranked among the top 10 countries together with the UK, however in the European ranking, it ranked 7th.

The most notable successes registered by France refers to innovation and number of startups registered throughout a year.

Our law firm in France can assist foreign investors who want to open startup companies in this country.

France excels in the health of the entrepreneurial environment

According to the 2018 Global Entrepreneurship Index, France scored best in the following sub-indexes:

  • -          the 6th position in terms of entrepreneurship ambitions;
  • -          the 10th place in terms of capabilities of attracting foreign enterprisers;
  • -          the 17th place in terms of attitude towards investors.

The 6th place with respect to the aspirations of enterprisers here, GEDI’s report also notes the high quality of research centers in France which have made it possible for local companies to expand their activities abroad. France was also recognized for its capacity of absorbing new technology.

Foreign and local investors who want to set up their businesses in research and technology or other innovative sectors are invited to contact our French lawyers for assistance. 

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