Locate your next subsidiary in the hauts-de-france
To accelerate your growth, choose one of the most attractive regions in Europe

LOCATE YOUR NEXT SUBSIDIARY IN THE HAUTS-DE-FRANCETo accelerate your growth, choose one of the most attractive regions in Europe

From SMEs to large groups, our project managers work free of charge and in complete confidentiality with companies from all sectors (except trade and crafts) and of all nationalities to find the best solution for setting up in Hauts-de-France.

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We help you grow your business in four simple steps

Analyse and inform
Analyze and inform

Analyze your company profile and priorities
in a detailed set of specifications
Provide industry data and information
on the business environment

Find the right solutions
Find the right solutions

Find land and/or buildings
Find partners or acquisition targets
Find critical skills
Welcome you and arrange site visits

Make start-up easier
Make start-up easier

Identify and tap into government aid and other business assistance programs
Interface with authorities to put formalities on the fast track

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Continued support
Provide continued support and help you grow

Ease you into the local business community
Help your business grow into the future

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Analyse and inform
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Find the right solutions
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Make start-up easier
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Continued support
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a question? contact us!

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Contact express

We will call you back as soon as possible to answer your questions about your development project.

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Support for your project from location professionals in Hauts-de-France starts here.

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Our winning trio: Market, labor and infrastructures

By setting up in Hauts-de-France, you benefit from 3 major competitive advantages:

  • a strategic position to improve time-to-market
  • large employment areas to easily find skills
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  • exceptional transport infrastructure to make the movement of your goods more fluid and optimal
Carte du rayonnement des Hauts-de-France

Easy recruitment

In Hauts-de-France, you will find: large employment areas, talent to recruit, optimal productivity, competitive salaries, training tools and much more.

Optimize your operating costs

Setting up in Hauts-de-France allows you to benefit from competitive operating costs for your business. Find out how the Hauts-de-France region compares to other major French and European regions.

Sectors of excellence

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companies with international capital
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(source KPMG study 2017)

They chose Hauts-de-France

MBK

MBK's winning strategy in Hauts-de-France

"Our key advantage is our location : we’re in France and in the heart of Europe."

Francois MAZURE
MBK Industrie’s Managing Director in Aisne

SKF

The specialized unit of SKF in Valenciennes

"The local authorities here have always been very supportive"

Gilles OFCARD
Factory manager of SKF's plant in Valenciennes

Kubota

Kubota: Making Japanese tractors in northern France

"The local government, including the Regional Council, thought highly of this project. They helped us with a lot of the coordination."

Mampei Yamamoto
President of Kubota Farm Machinery Europe SAS (2014-2018)

IBM

IBM reflects on success of new service center in Hauts-de-France

"Our Lille center, with its 400 new jobs, rising to 700 or 1,000 is a window on the world for us. These teams give an edge to our value chain."

Nicolas Sekkaki
IBM France CEO

MA STEEL

MA STEEL acquires French rail supplier Valdunes

“The local government, including the Regional Council, thought highly of this project. They helped us with a lot of the coordination.”

Wu Liping
President of MG-Valdunes (2014-2017)

GSK

GSK looks back on successful decade in Hauts-de-France

"Our Saint-Amand plant is a key producer of vaccines"

Gaël Ruche
head of GSK’s plant in Saint-Amand-les-Eaux (2016-2018)

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