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(Young French artists awards

Are you an artist aged under 35? As a craftsperson, free artist or a student nearing the end of your studies or starting your own business, you can apply for this award, either alone or as part of a duo, before 31 December 2014. Winners (a maximum of 6) will get the opportunity to exhibit their works at one of the following trade fairs:

– Révélations, the biennial for professionals in the fields of the arts, crafts and creativity (September 2015 edition)

– Maison&Objet (September 2015 edition)

– the International Heritage Show (November 2015 edition)

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Transition Numérique

Transition Numérique Plus works with Digital Advisors located all over France to promote the use of digital technology in VSBs and SMEs. An association under the Togolese Law of 1901 founded in January 2013, TN+ has an exclusive agreement with the French Directorate General for Competitiveness, Industry and Services (Direction Générale de la Compétitivité, de l’Industrie et des Services), formalising its affiliation with the “Transition Numérique” (“Digital Transition”) governmental programme.

Women shaping the future

Women entrepreneurs, you have until 2 November 2014 to apply for the 4th edition of the Créatrices d’avenir awards, the female entrepreneurship awards event that takes place annually in the Paris region. For more information and to sign up, go to:   or contact us on: +33 (0) 1 44 73 84 00.

Mentoring programme

Are you aged between 18 and 30? Would you like to start a company in France? Moovjee – Mouvement pour les jeunes et les étudiants entrepreneurs (the Young and Student Entrepreneurs’ Movement) – can offer you support in the form of mentoring (for a period of one year) and access to a panel of professional expert volunteers. The next selection committee session takes place on 15 October for the Paris region and 17 December for the Rhône-Alpes region.