UNIQORN is the largest rural accelerator-incubator in France and is working with a number of high potential start-ups. The incubator identifies high potential start-ups and helps them relocate to the beautiful Dordogne valley.
The world’s largest rural accelerator-incubator UNIQORN has recently been featured in L’Essor Sarladais. The French newspaper was covering the recent two day event held by the incubator. The incubator showcased…
The groundbreaking rural accelerator-incubator, UNIQORN, has recently hosted an event with two incredible XR startups.
The largest rural incubator-accelerator of its kind, UNIQORN is making waves in southwestern France as it plans to provide space for and house post-proof-of-concept startups in the historical buildings of Sarlat-la-Canéda. With an intention to disrupt the landscape of tech investments, the team heads to Istanbul, Turkey to attend the World Business Angels Investment Forum.
Sarlat-la-Canéda, France – February 12, 2020. A strong delegation of France’s largest rural incubation-acceleration project, UNIQORN, will be traveling to Istanbul, Turkey to attend the World Business Angels Investment Forum, 2020 edition. This year’s Forum will be held at the Swissotel The Bosphorus on Monday and Tuesday, February 17-18.
In the third edition of his “Choose France” summit on Monday, timed to catch global CEOs in Paris on their way to the Swiss Alps’ World Economic Forum, the French president will detail measures in his 2020 budget that have improved stock options for startups in France.
Before attempting to scale your minimum viable product, you should focus on cultivating your minimum viable company. Nail down your value proposition, find your place in the broader ecosystem and craft a business model that adds up.
The American Chamber of Commerce in France has announced that 40% of American investors in France are feeling optimistic about the economic future, a 10 point improvement on 2018. This study, conducted in partnership with Bain & Company, shows that almost two thirds of these American subsidiaries deem France to be “attractive” or “very attractive”, and that 64% consider France to be a “good” or “excellent” destination for investing in Europe.