Bpifrance publishes a study on the export prospects of French SMEs

Bpifrance publie une étude sur les perspectives à l’export des PME françaises

Bpifrance is a French public investment bank, whose mission is the financing and development of companies. The Lab is Bpifrance’s laboratory of ideas, whose objective is to stimulate, through testimonies, surveys or interviews, the thinking of managers of French SMEs and medium-sized companies, so that they can face the challenges of today and tomorrow. The … Read more

Green finance: “All ecological and social innovation initiatives are severely under-resourced”

Green finance: “All ecological and social innovation initiatives are severely under-resourced”

qWhat economic growth for our societies when our human resources will be permanently depleted, our natural resources depleted and our climate unbreathable? As the rich get richer, the poor get poorer, and our planet gets hotter, we need a paradigm shift. Invent a new economic model that preserves our ecosystems and at the same time … Read more

For the self-employed, banking offers multiply

For the self-employed, banking offers multiply

With more than 660,000 new structures created in 2023, the success of microbusiness cannot be denied. The increase in turnover thresholds that allow benefiting from this scheme may partly explain this. It may also justify the fact that banking establishments are increasingly interested in these independent workers, although their activity often remains limited. After Crédit … Read more

CAF: APL, activity bonus, RSA… Social benefits revalued on April 1, 2024, here how much it amounts to

CAF: APL, activity bonus, RSA... Social benefits revalued on April 1, 2024, here how much it amounts to

By Anne-Laure Petit-Hénon Published in 26 Mar 24 at 11:13 see my news Follow News Activity bonus, RSA, family allowances… As every year, in April, social benefits are activated. revaluedthe government announces. As a result, a revaluation is expected on April 1, 2024. It is +4.6%a rate that does not arise out of nowhere, since … Read more

Despite the decline in the French deficit, there are no tensions in the financial markets

Despite the decline in the French deficit, there are no tensions in the financial markets

The French public deficit is decreasing, so what? While the INSEE revealed on Tuesday, March 26, that it had reached 5.5% of the gross domestic product (GDP) in 2023, well above the government’s initial forecasts of 4.9%, the financial markets seem to react with a Simple shrug. Since October, the interest rate on French ten-year … Read more