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In recent years, France has been steadily inching its way into the spotlight as one of the tech world’s most business-and-startup-friendly scenes, despite its reputation for bureaucracy and a rather intimidating amount of regulations that some have considered anathema to growing a globally competitive business.
That’s gradually changing, and with a more business-friendly government under President Emmanuel Macron making moves in the right direction, investments are booming, the startup scene is flourishing, and there’s plenty to look at and like that are coming out of France – here’s a quick look at just 4 of the many interesting startups and companies that France has produced.
Founded by Nicolas Brusson, Francis Nappez, and Frédéric Mazzella, BlaBlaCar is a service that matches passengers with drivers who have free space in their respective vehicles – essentially, a ride-sharing service, but with a unique twist: when booking a ride, you specify how chatty of a mood you’re in (hence the moniker “BlaBlaCar”).
Founded by Damien Morin, Save is a smartphone repair service that lets you drop off your device at any one of their shops and have back and in working order in as little as 20 minutes. Their services have since expanded to include tablets, laptops, and game consoles in their purview, and they offer a 1-year warranty on all repairs done.
Founded by Yan Hascoët, Othmane Bouhlal, and Omar Benmoussa, Chauffeur-Privé is one of Uber’s biggest competitors in France, with the initial advantage of being able to schedule rides ahead of time (Uber eventually enabled riders to do this as well). To stay competitive, Chauffeur-Privé rewards riders through their loyalty program – the more you ride, the higher the discounts on fares.
Founded by Ivan Schneider, Jessy Bernal, and Stanislas Niox-Chateau, Doctolib is a service that lets patients book doctor’s – or dentist’s – appointments directly with the physicians themselves. The service now has over 20,000 medical professionals across 650 establishments available to take appointments directly from prospective patients – at an average clip of over 8 million appointments each month (which they make sure to point out).