Caderas Martin is organising a seminar in Tokyo in collaboration with Business France and Nord France Invest

We are delighted to announce that we will be holding our next seminar in Tokyo, Japan. 

Organised in collaboration with Business France and Nord Invest, the seminar will provide Japanese companies with an opportunity to discuss the attractiveness of France:

  • Presentation by Marie-Cécile TARDIEU, Deputy Director General at Business France, of the France 2030 Plan: €54 billion to build the France of tomorrow.
  • Focus on Hauts de France, a region committed to ecological, digital and industrial transition, by Yann Pitollet, Managing Director of Nord France Invest.
  • Testimonial from Toyota Motor Corporation, a Japanese company based in the Hauts de France region.
  • Presentation on the French social security system and electronic invoicing by Laurent Dantan, Chairman of Caderas Martin, Partner, Chartered Accountant and Legal Auditor.

The 2-hour seminar will conclude with a networking cocktail.

This seminar is part of the annual program of visits by the Japan Desk management team, our department dedicated to supporting Japanese companies investing in France.

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