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To all those out there who plan on being an entrepreneur, France
has got for you exactly what you have been looking for. France is
launching the largest start-up campus in the whole world. They
To all those out there who plan on being an entrepreneur, France has got for you exactly what you have been looking for. France is launching the largest start-up campus in the whole world. They have converted the railway depot to the campus and have also kept doors open for those who are deprived of the opportunity as well as the privilege. The campus, known as Station F, is now accepting eligible start-ups from all around the world.
The companies from about 26 international programs will be hosted by the Station F. The French government has also started their work in order to build adjacent housing starting in 2018. France is pushing hard to nurture homespun entrepreneurship and to construct an incubating tech culture similar to that of Silicon Valley in California. French telecom mogul and Xavier Niel, the billionaire investor, are the frames that primarily back the Station F. They together provide the tune of around 250 million.
Though Facebook and Microsoft proffer a major support to the start-up programs at Station F, the station F is also offering acceptance through two original programs. They also have the Founders Program which can be joined by paying 195 ($223.13) a month per desk. They are said to have already accepted more than 200 start-ups through this program. There is also the Fighters Program that is free, as long as you apply and get accepted.
The station F website has stated that the Fighters Program is a one-year obligation for those who have a killer entrepreneurial mindset and a business with potential, but arent born in a fortunate atmosphere. If you can become an Uber driver, you can start a start-up, is the statement that the Station F releases to encourage people to join them.