For some French reason, the French politicians decided not to come to Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this year. Those who miss the “champions du monde” of the FrenchTech too badly may try to come and visit the StartUp Nation next French election season.
More (in French, sorry) : https://mystartupinparis.wordpress.com/2019/01/14/les-jeunes-francais-en-short-de-babyfoot-qui-attendaient-encore-du-peoplitique-de-1ere-division-sont-refaits-cette-annee-a-lasvegas-ces2019-frenchtech-startup/
RF – January 14th, 2019
So, normal people can invest (waste ?) their lifetime savings to finance projects that junk-bonders, bankers and government officers won’t waste (invest ?) investors’, customers’ or taxpayers’ money in. It’s just like stock-exchange, but for smaller money.
So, is crowd funding another Wolf of Wall Street, or more stupid than any other way to waste one’s money buying useless, made in Asia, gadgets, invest one’s money in hopeless businesses, or spend the family’s savings in mortgaged housing before the next financial big one ?
Well, who knows … it’s just crowdfunding, stupid !
More about crowd funding as a fashionable way to invest (waste ?) one’s savings (in French) : http://renaudfavier.com/2014/02/20/le-crowdfunding-cest-les-emprunts-russes-avec-lelectricite-et-les-reseaux-sociaux/
Renaud Favier – Feb, 20th 2014 – Facebook Compétitivité – LinkedIn – English
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French President Hollande in San Francisco, Feb 12 – Crédits : Reuters – R Galbraith
Yes France can … try to attract investors, subsidize local startups with borrowed money, and tax whoever, wherever, whenever, however … But last and not least, France has a new French idea: a Little Red Cock to boost Tech in the Startup République.
Wait (or not) and see (or not) in the country of Frankensteinomics.
Renaud Favier – Feb, 17th 2014 – Facebook Compétitivité – LinkedIn – English