Vincent Gollain, April 2014
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What is Paris Saclay?
Why invest in Paris Saclay?
Where in Paris Saclay?
Paris Saclay Alliance: we help you to succeed
1. What is Paris-Saclay?
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www.technologyreview.com/ne
ws/517626/infographic-the-
worlds-technology-hubs/
Find out the report on:
August 2013
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Paris
Orly
Versailles
Sud parisien
THE BIOTECH
VALLEY
Est parisien /
Cité Descartes
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Roissy-CDG...
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Courtabœuf
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Courtabœuf
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660,000 inhabitants (5.5%*)
350,000
jobs (5.8%)*
60,000
students (9.3%*)
5,700
PhD (24.8%)*
*within the Paris
Region
3...
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Life Sciences
Aeronautics
Food
Engineering / Construction
Power & Utilities
Automotive
IT - Systems
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Life Sciences
Aeronautics
Sodexo
DanoneKraft Foods
Ipsen
GE
Healthcare
Sanofi
LFB
Thales
Alcatel Lucent
Bouygues
Teleco...
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Boom of private R&D
investments
+60% of private R&D jobs on
the last 8 years
Creation of the
Paris Saclay University
th...
2. Why invest in Paris Saclay?
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What makes France and Saclay attractive places
for R&D investments ?
“The reason for selecting France for R&D is the fr...
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1. Benefit from the proximity of top world researchers
2. Recruit an extreme variety of talents
3. Acquire, test & deve...
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3%
• Paris Saclay ranked 5th
city in the world for Physics
by the Nature magazine
(March 2013)
IN PHYSICS
Albert Fert,
...
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Those who have been here for decades
Paris Saclay University (launched in 2014)
Those who are setting
up from now on
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The 4 assets of the Paris Saclay University
60,000 students
2 x Harvard!
1.3 x Berkeley!
12% international
students
...
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France has the most attractive R&D
tax incentive program in Europe
• The French Research Tax Credit offers
the most ...
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• For your feasibility demonstrations, calculation, testing & measurement
• In characterization of matter, nanofabricat...
21These R&D networks gather large companies, SMEs & start-ups, schools &
research centers to enhance open innovation.
Life...
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From Science to Markets: Paris Saclay’s chain of innovation
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Physics,
Mathematics,
IT Systems,
Chemistry,
Biology
Ind...
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A wide range of business services
provide
Help in seeking financing
Establishement of business connections
(with suppli...
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Where in Paris Saclay?
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City-
Campus
Massy
Courtabœuf
Inovel Parc
(Vélizy)
Saint-Quentin-
en-Yvelines
Versailles
Satory
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The City-Campus :
• 1.6 M sq m planned for 50,000 new people : inhabitants,
employees and students.
• Paris-Saclay is c...
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EDF Research Center
Ecole polytechnique’s
laboratories
Institute for Molecular Sciences
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An emerging city-campus & 5 major locations
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City-
Campus
Massy
Courtabœuf
Inovel Parc
(Vélizy)
INOVEL PARK
• A high-...
Meet Paris Saclay Alliance
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Departments (local authorities)
Urban communities
Local planning
authority (French State)
Regional authority
Gathering ...
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WE ADVISE & ASSIST COMPANIES THAT SEEK TO
START, EXPAND OR RELOCATE BUSINESS ACTIVITIES IN THE REGION
give you a custom...
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More : www.paris-region.com
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Do you need more information?
Do you want to set up your business in Paris-Saclay?
Please contact:
Mr Vincent Gollain
C...
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Invest in Paris Saclay, the French Silicon Valley

  1. 1. Vincent Gollain, April 2014
  2. 2. 2 What is Paris Saclay? Why invest in Paris Saclay? Where in Paris Saclay? Paris Saclay Alliance: we help you to succeed
  3. 3. 1. What is Paris-Saclay?
  4. 4. 4 4 www.technologyreview.com/ne ws/517626/infographic-the- worlds-technology-hubs/ Find out the report on: August 2013
  5. 5. 5 5 Paris Orly Versailles Sud parisien THE BIOTECH VALLEY Est parisien / Cité Descartes SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Roissy-CDG AIRPORT AREA La Plaine Saint-Denis THE CREATIVITY CLUSTER La Défense THE FINANCE & SERVICES DISTRICT Massy TGV Paris Saclay THE INNOVATION HUB
  6. 6. 6 Courtabœuf
  7. 7. 7 Courtabœuf
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  9. 9. 9 9 660,000 inhabitants (5.5%*) 350,000 jobs (5.8%)* 60,000 students (9.3%*) 5,700 PhD (24.8%)* *within the Paris Region 36,000 R&D jobs (24.8%)* of which of which
  10. 10. 10 Life Sciences Aeronautics Food Engineering / Construction Power & Utilities Automotive IT - Systems
  11. 11. 11 Life Sciences Aeronautics Sodexo DanoneKraft Foods Ipsen GE Healthcare Sanofi LFB Thales Alcatel Lucent Bouygues Telecom Dassault Système HP Bertin Bouygues Construction Vinci Egis Thales Safran EADS EDF Air Liquide Alstom Mercedes Renault PSA Daimler Valeo GSK Orange Fiat Food Engineering / Construction Power & Utilities Automotive IT - Systems
  12. 12. 12 Boom of private R&D investments +60% of private R&D jobs on the last 8 years Creation of the Paris Saclay University through the gathering of 21 emblematic French institutions Huge Goverment support €5bn investment in real estate, transport and R&D support Within the largest venture capital region in Europe: €2.6 billion in 2012 Peugeot, Renault, Thales, Dassault Systèmes, EADS, Danone, GE Medical, Sanofi- Aventis, EDF, Total, Air Liquide, Microsoft, Horiba… A venture capital hotspot Top companies
  13. 13. 2. Why invest in Paris Saclay?
  14. 14. 14 What makes France and Saclay attractive places for R&D investments ? “The reason for selecting France for R&D is the friendliness of the government agencies and the community in welcoming us, and obviously the tax credits for an R&D investment. The Saclay area is attractive because the investment in France in a major R&D center allows us to work closely with the university and with external companies and technologies that we may not have internally. It’s important as we build R&D centers for us to be in a large technical community.” Context : In 2010, Kraft Foods chose Paris Saclay to invest €15 million in a new European R&D center
  15. 15. 15 1. Benefit from the proximity of top world researchers 2. Recruit an extreme variety of talents 3. Acquire, test & develop new technologies 4. Integrate a welcoming business community 5. Live in an outstanding environment
  16. 16. 16 3% • Paris Saclay ranked 5th city in the world for Physics by the Nature magazine (March 2013) IN PHYSICS Albert Fert, 2007 Serge Haroche 2012 Pierre-Gilles de Gennes, 1991 • 3 Nobel Prizes • 40 ERC* grants IN MATHEMATICS • 5 Field Medals Ngô Bảo Châu 2010 Wendelin Werner 2006 Laurent Lafforgue 2002 Maxim Kontsevich 1998 Jean-Christophe Yoccoz, 1994 IN BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY & GEOGRAPHY • 9 ERC* grants • 10 ERC* grants • 1 Vetlesen Prize Jean Jouzel, awarded for his works on climate research in 2007 • 1 European Inventor of the year Patrick Couvreur, awarded in 2013 by the European Patent Office for his works on nanocapsules directly fighting against cancer cells. * Grants awarded by the European Research Council to support top researchers throughout the EU.
  17. 17. 17 17 Those who have been here for decades Paris Saclay University (launched in 2014) Those who are setting up from now on
  18. 18. 18 18 The 4 assets of the Paris Saclay University 60,000 students 2 x Harvard! 1.3 x Berkeley! 12% international students 23% international PhD A larger rate of PhD and Masters compared to other universities: • 10% PhD • 42% Masters • 48% Licence MultidisciplinarityCritical mass A great variety of schools: Prestigious visiting professors & international cooperations• : 1st in the Financial • Times 2013 ranking Excellence Open to the world ... Schools at the top of global rankings Science of the Universe, Mathematics, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Agronomy, Medicine, Biology, Robotics, Computer Sciences, Electronics, Optics, Engineering As well as Business, Law, Management, Architecture, Mechanics
  19. 19. 19 19 France has the most attractive R&D tax incentive program in Europe • The French Research Tax Credit offers the most favorable fiscal environment in the world for R&D (1) • Average cost of a researcher in the United-States is 23% higher than in France without the Research Tax Credit, and 81% higher than in France with the Research Tax Credit & subsidies (2) • In 2012, more than 2,000 foreign companies operating in France were beneficiaries of the research tax credit (2) (1) OECD (2) French Ministry for the Economy, Finance and Industry
  20. 20. 20 • For your feasibility demonstrations, calculation, testing & measurement • In characterization of matter, nanofabrication, optics, altosecond physics, brain exploration, and chemical biology Examples of industrial uses of these infrastructures Used by: For: Neutrography of pyrotechnic shears for spatial use Training in live cell imaging Testing of cosmetic creams In Paris Saclay, get access to 10 top research infrastructures: Imagif platform Orphée reactor Soleil
  21. 21. 21These R&D networks gather large companies, SMEs & start-ups, schools & research centers to enhance open innovation. Life Sciences Aeronautics Optics Engineering / Construction Automotive / Mobility €3.5bn total open innovation investments +750 open innovation projects IT - Systems
  22. 22. 22 From Science to Markets: Paris Saclay’s chain of innovation 22 Physics, Mathematics, IT Systems, Chemistry, Biology Industries Security, Defense, Aeronautics, Optics, IT, Imagery, Health 10 Top Research Equipments 6 clusters for open innovation Technological transfer hubs Business Development 20 business incubators Within the largest European region for venture capital Innovation platforms for joint research programs Public Research Market-ready products Carmat, Artificial heart Taxotère, Anti-cancer drugs Actimel, Danone’s pro-biotic yoghurt-type drink Zoé, Renault’s electric car
  23. 23. 23 A wide range of business services provide Help in seeking financing Establishement of business connections (with suppliers, partners, customers) Information & Technology Watch Organization of conventions & business meetings Help in international development R&D clusters Develop your business network through R&D clusters
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  25. 25. Where in Paris Saclay?
  26. 26. 26 City- Campus Massy Courtabœuf Inovel Parc (Vélizy) Saint-Quentin- en-Yvelines Versailles Satory
  27. 27. 27 The City-Campus : • 1.6 M sq m planned for 50,000 new people : inhabitants, employees and students. • Paris-Saclay is creating two sites : one around « Ecole Polytechnique » in Palaiseau, and a second one in a place named « Moulon ». • Those 2 places will be accessible via 3 new metro stations in 2023. The city- campus Projections 2025 (var. from 2013) : Students > 31 000 (+80%) PhD / an > 2 300 (+ 70%) Researchers > 12 200 (+ 30%) Research > 20 000 (+ 40%)
  28. 28. 28 EDF Research Center Ecole polytechnique’s laboratories Institute for Molecular Sciences
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  30. 30. 30 An emerging city-campus & 5 major locations 30 City- Campus Massy Courtabœuf Inovel Parc (Vélizy) INOVEL PARK • A high-standard business park • 1,400 companies, 50,000 jobs • 5% of French private R&D • 900,000 sqm of offices availables • New tramway connection (T6) COURTABOEUF • 1,200 companies, 25,000 jobs • Largest business park in Europe • R&D activities (IT & Biotechs), but also logistics platforms • 120,000 sqm of land available MASSY • High-speed train station • 10’ from Orly internat. airport • 550,000 sqm of offices avail. • A quick-developing tertiary hub ST-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES • Quality of life + R&D activities • 7,500 companies, 105,000 jobs • Offices opportunities : 20,000 sqm in « Val Saint-Quentin », 54,000 sqm in « Omega Park » Saint-Quentin-en- Yvelines Versailles Satory VERSAILLES-SATORY • Residential neighborhood & economic hub • Research laboratories & technology SMEs • In the fields of future mobilities • Major transportation hub
  31. 31. Meet Paris Saclay Alliance
  32. 32. 32 Departments (local authorities) Urban communities Local planning authority (French State) Regional authority Gathering 22 public research & higher education establishments : University of Paris-Saclay (2014) AutomotiveICT Systems Optics Medtechs / Biotechs Economic development agencies Public administrations Lobbying Business parks Chambers of commerce (business representation) R&D clusters Research & higher education
  33. 33. 33 WE ADVISE & ASSIST COMPANIES THAT SEEK TO START, EXPAND OR RELOCATE BUSINESS ACTIVITIES IN THE REGION give you a custom-tailored analysis of the region: economic outlook & where to locate scout you through the entire process of setting up to opening day and beyond our services are free, confidential and customized Our answers to your business location needs Finding premises Offices, warehouses, sites, etc. Costs of purchasing and renting Accompanying you on site visits Occasional use of our offices Getting to the market Information on your business sector Technological/commercial meetings Access to public partners Communication on your presence Finding staff Recruiting local personnel Supporting your expatriates Information on employment contracts & social security issues Setting up Legal & red tape advice Fiscal information Financing / subsidies Providing contacts
  34. 34. 34 More : www.paris-region.com
  35. 35. 35 Do you need more information? Do you want to set up your business in Paris-Saclay? Please contact: Mr Vincent Gollain Chief Regional Marketing Officer vgollain@paris-region.com www.paris-region.com

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