Lecture “Doing Business in France” to Estonian Business School Master

Tallinn

Feb 10 2017

Tallinn

 

Coralyne Bonaldi, Trade Advisor (Business France), and Pascal Millard, Economic Advisor at the French Embassy in Estonia, gave a lecture to students of the Estonian Business School and Tallinn Technological University on Wednesday 8 February 2017.

Within the framework of the Master "International Business Administration", the two representatives of the French Embassy went through the specificities of the french and estonian economic sectors. The segment, called "Doing Business in France", has been integrated into the formation provided by the university as part of the curriculum dedicated to foreign market selection and entry to markets.

The lecture provided an opportunity to detail the strength and weaknesses of each of the two countries from a potential investor point of view, as well as the differences in terms of business culture. The two speakers also took time to discuss about the french-estonian economic relations, and the main french activities in Estonia.

 

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