IF you are looking to start a business in France rules, regulations and red-tape will have to be crossed.
The importance of doing your research and finding useful advice is vital, but tracking it down on the internet can be a challenge.
A useful place to start is the Business in Europe website which provides contacts and information for people keen to set-up in France.
Although the main focus of the site is aimed at larger firms there are some useful reports and documents that you can download.
Free guides are available on finance and banks as well as corporate law and advice on employment contracts, advertising and buying a privately held company.
There is also a break down of the different regions of France giving you an idea of which sectors are prevalent in the different regions.
And if you fill out a simple form you can receive a complete regional directory of local organizations including Economic Development Agencies, Chambers of Commerce & Industry and specialized development zones.
It is possible to access a wide range of information and if you are looking to start a business in France then it is worth taking some time to browse around the site.
Business start-up sites
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Posted by: Josee | 07 May 2008 at 20:48