French-companies look up

Beginnings are never easy, even less for the thousands of young entrepreneurs who, loaded with more illusion than financing, try to bring their projects to light, often almost blindly due to the little help they receive from institutions. Fortunately, it seems that this is beginning to change. The Paris City Council has proposed to lend a hand to young people who decide to start a new business.

This new project has two business “incubators” that will be able to accommodate up to 1,125 new projects. This initiative, baptized as “Freyssinet” is financed by Xavier Niel, CEO of the company free.

From naider we applaud this type of initiative and we hope that in the future they will expand to more capitals.