Running a Business in France

Running a Business in FranceWelcome to our guide to running a business in France. Here you can find tips and advice on making a business plan, setting up and running your business, business opportunities, inspirational real life stories, plus much more.

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Setting up your business

Here you can find useful advice about starting your business.

Business Opportunities

Want to start your own business in France? Use our handy resources to help you .

 

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A Vine Romance

  Patrice Bertrand meets three expats who realised their dream of owning a vineyard in the south of France – and never looked back   Amidst his ten hectares of vines overlooking the picturesque Provençal village of Le Barroux and

Lifestyle Case Study – The Gers

Pleasures of the Campagne Dominic Bliss journeys to the south-western Gers département to meet an expat who revels in the area’s peace and calm, both on and off two wheels   Quiet? You haven’t experiened it until you’ve visited the

A Grape Undertaking in Gironde

David Stannard, from Surrey, moved to the village of Cardan in the south-western Gironde département in 1998, where he runs the Paradise Rescued organic winery…   How did you choose the village? We were attracted to the Gironde because of

Property Management in France for Absentee Owners

  1 – When buying a property in France, don’t forget to budget for its ongoing maintenance, as well as its purchase price. Think ahead at that stage – a huge plot can become a costly burden rather than a

A Franchise in France

So, you are contemplating moving to France, and need to earn a living once there – you are making your plans, and need to consider all the options available to you. Don’t underestimate what you are attempting to do is

Buying into Burgundy

  Former hotel-barge operators Eleanor Garvin and Dennis Sherman abandoned ship three years ago to restore a tired pile in Burgundy’s verdant vignobles. The proud hoteliers invite FrenchEntrée behind the scenes at the luxury Domaine de Cromey   FRENCHENTRÉE MAGAZINE:

Everyone’s Cup of Tea

Three years ago, Tina Sharpe fell in love with a quirky teapot-shaped shed and embarked on the barmy mission to ship it from Scotland to rural France and turn it into a successful café. Alice Phillpott meets the plucky entrepreneur

Celebrating Provence

  Voice-over artist and wedding celebrant Celia Ford Drummond relocated with her American husband, Trent, to the Provençal village of Roquebrune-sur-Argens in 2004   Why did you choose your village? We already had a holiday home near the Provençal coast,

Buying into Burgundy

Former hotel-barge operators Eleanor Garvin and Dennis Sherman abandoned ship three years ago to restore a tired pile in Burgundy’s verdant vignobles. The proud hoteliers invite FrenchEntrée behind the scenes at the luxury Domaine de Cromey.   FRENCHENTRÉE MAGAZINE: What brought you to France?