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13 June 2005 /
France (and Provence!) don't want to sell themselves short
Is Ale Gicqueau some sort of new colonist, carrying French passions to the other side of the Atlantic?  He is CEO of "The Business Bridge" consultants created to help French companies set up in the United States, or American companies set up in the PACA region and he is also the head of the largest Francophone association in the San Francisco region.
As its name suggests, InterFrench would like to create a strong French business community, particularly in California.  The association was created in 2000 and now has more than 7 000 members, and is now very closely linked to Provence Promotion.  Read on!…
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France (and Provence!) don't want to sell themselves short
Is Ale Gicqueau some sort of new colonist, carrying French passions to the other side of the Atlantic?  He is CEO of "The Business Bridge" consultants created to help French companies set up in the United States, or American companies set up in the PACA region and he is also the head of the largest Francophone association in the San Francisco region.
As its name suggests, InterFrench would like to create a strong French business community, particularly in California.  The association was created in 2000 and now has more than 7 000 members, and is now very closely linked to Provence Promotion.  Read on!…
Overview

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