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Sally Stone

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Valued FrenchEntrée expert contributor Sally Stone is the CEO of Les Bons Voisins and has personally helped start and mentor over 50 businesses in France. In business since 2002, Les Bons Voisins is the first and most extensive network of property managers in France.


Articles by Sally Stone


10 Top Tips For Starting a Business in France

1. Choose your location carefully. Don’t isolate yourself. If you do, it will hamper the networking which is an essential part of any new business. To have peace and quiet you don’t have to be miles away from neighbours – the

Business as usual! – Despite Brexit

  It’s been fascinating for me to see the changes over the last fifteen years of the demographics of people wanting to relocate to France. I’ve pretty much seen it all – keeping a straight face when people explain what

The stress of living the dream

Having lived here for three years, I’d forgotten what a shock it can be coming to live in France. But I’m witnessing at close hand a friend who has just made the move and how hard it is for them to adjust. Any suggestions how I can help?

A New Life in France ©Olivier Le Moal

Settling in France: hints and tips

When making the move to France, there is far more to consider than the practicalities. Sally Stone talks about her experience and reveals the emotional upheaval a new life in France could represent.

How to ensure your gîte business is profitable

Sally Stone, who runs a successful gîte and property management business, reveals how to ensure, in these changing financial times, that your gîte not only attracts holiday-makers but keeps them returning year after year…

Gîtes for the Disabled

If you’re interested in adapting your gîte so it is suitable for people with disabilities, here’s some advice on what you will need to do…

A gîte in France – from the French perspective

Long before the British started renting out their properties there was ‘Gîte de France’, the official French body that controls and administers the gîtes in its network. FrenchEntrée spoke to one French gîte owner, who has run a gîte business for the past seven years.