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  • Setting up a fashion brand in Paris?

    Wondering about how to go about setting up a company in France, in the fashion industry in one of the fashion’s capital of the world, Paris? Canadian Alexis Assoignon, founder of Les Sublimes, shares her experience studying in France and then setting up her business.

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  • Oxand Canada, a French expert in Risks management located in Western Canada

    In this video produced by Consulate General of France in Vancouver Emmanuel Giry, executive director of Oxand Canada presents the activity of his company operating in five countries, including Canada.

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  • Eclair de lune, the success story of French pastries in Calgary

    "Eclair de lune", the success story of French pastries in Calgary. Video produced by Consulate general of France in Vancouver.

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  • Calgary: ready for immediate boarding?

    Calgary: ready for immediate boarding? Video produced by Consulate General of France in Vancouver.

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  • Which French economic achievements in BC?

    In this video, made during the celebration of thirty years of the French Chamber of Commerce of BC, Consul General of France in Vancouver lists the French economic achievements in British Columbia. British Columbia is home to branches of 50 French companies, including six headquarter locations. In the manufacturing and telecommunications sectors, we have Zodiac, Air Liquide, Thalès, Alston, Areva, and the most recent arrival, Bouygues. Lafarge has been present for more than 50 years…Other example: Dalkia and Fengate Capital Management Ltd., a Canadian firm, are working to develop one of the largest biomass plants in Canada, which will be developed, constructed, and operated in Fort Saint James.

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  • A brand new production line for Soprema Chiiliwack - Video

    Soprema Chilliwack organized on April 10th the Grand opening of its second production line in the presence of M. Michael Track (BC-Ministry of Jobs) and Ms Evelyne Decorps, Consul General of France in Vancouver. The French owned company employs 30 to 50 employees and its amount of sales generated around 100 Million Canadian dollars annually. Watch the video filmed and edited by Consulate General of France.

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  • Is there still room for French food products in C.-B.?

    Is Vancouver a good place for French food producers? Is there still room for their products in BC ? Evelyne Decorps, Consul General of France in Vancouver, Yves Farges, CEO Qualifirst Foods Ltd and French producers give their point of view. Video produced by the Consulate General of France in Vancouver.

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  • French ’Terroir’ in Vancouver

    On November 15th, 14 French Wine producers presented their products to Canadian import agents during a trade mission organized by Ubifrance Canada.

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