On the occasion of the Vivatech festival in Paris, the Elysée and Bercy announce the list of the most promising nuggets in the country. LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP
The Élysée and Bercy have just unveiled the list of start-ups supported under the French Tech 2030 plan, which aims to support the emergence of new technologies and innovations in strategic sectors.
Projecting France into the next decade and identifying the major innovations of tomorrow. At a time of great technological acceleration caused by the rise of generative artificial intelligence (AI), France wants to make up for lost time over the past twenty years and weigh in a technology landscape largely dominated by the United States. and China.
On February 20, during a speech at the Élysée, Emmanuel Macron confided his desire to “accelerate” on disruptive technologies. “It’s a race of speed and scale. We must continue to take more risks, mobilize more of all the emerging players”. The President of the Republic had in particular asked the government to identify by the summer a hundred technological companies that could be part of France 2030, the vast investment plan endowed with 54 billion euros. .
In mid-April, a call for applications was launched jointly by the General Secretariat for Investment…