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On November 27 2013, at 6 pm, at Bercy, Fleur Pellerin, Minister of State responsible for Small and Medium Enterprises, Innovation, and the Digital Economy, alongside Louis Gallois, the French General Commissioner for Public Investment, officially presented theFrench Techinitiative, formerly known by its code nameQuartiers numériques(Digital Neighbourhoods).
The purpose of this initiative is to organise and highlight, in France and abroad, French digital ecosystems - both existing ones and those that need to be created - in order to encourage the growth of digital enterprises and help them become leaders worldwide.
After an initial series of label designations in November last year, the Minister of the Economy, Industry and Digital Technology, Emmanuel Macron and the State Secretary for Digital Technology, Axelle Lemaire, announced that LORnTECH had been awarded the prestigious Métropole French Tech label on Thursday, the 25th of June.
On November 12, Axelle Lemaire, the Secretary of State for digital content announced that the French Tech label would be awarded to nine cities, including Lille. David Simplot-Ryl, Director of Inria Lille – Nord Europe, reflects on this announcement, which is a symbol of French digital vitality.
Today some French cities where Inria’s research centres are based have been awarded the “French Tech” label. Antoine Petit, Inria’s Chairman and CEO asserts the institute’s commitment to the dynamic development of French innovation.
On 11 June François Hollande, the French president, welcomed investors and entrepreneurs who will be forging the French economy of tomorrow. Among these visitors was Poppy, the open-source 3D-printed humanoid robot from Bordeaux.
1984: Inria becomes a shareholder in a first company, SIMULOG. It was the start of a history of company creation which is still going strong today! Today, and over the coming months, Inria is turning the spotlight on 30 years of exciting entrepreneurial ventures. It is an opportunity to remind ourselves that the creation of businesses is one of the areas Inria decided to focus on in its search for economic and societal impact. Interview with Antoine Petit, managing director of Inria and Eric Horlait, Inria’s deputy managing director responsible for transfer and industrial partnerships
Isabelle Herlin, Director of the Inria Lille-Nord Europe Center, was made a knight of the order of Merit (chevalier de l'ordre du Mérite) in November 2017.
- Ordre du mérite
- Inria Lille - Nord Europe research center
- Isabelle Herlin
- French Tech
Isabelle Herlin, Director of the Inria Lille-Nord Europe Center, was made a Knight of the Order of Merit (Chevalier de l'Ordre du Mérite) in November 2017.
On 19 February, Inria and French Tech inaugurated their partnership within French Tech Central in the presence of Guillaume Boudy, Secretary-General for Investments, Mounir Mahjoubi, Secretary of State for Digital Affairs, and Frédérique Vidal, Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation.
A graduate of École Polytechnique and Chief Engineer of the Corps des Mines, Guillaume Prunier was head of the Office of Innovation and Technology Policy, contributed to the development of the French Tech initiative before moving to entrepreneurship in 2017. Guillaume Prunier was appointed on January 1, 2019 as Deputy CEO for Administration of Inria by Bruno Sportisse, Inria's CEO.