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How French Presidential Candidates Can Learn To Spell ‘Entrepreneur’

This is a guest post by serial entrepreneur Nathalie Gaveau. As we get closer to the first round of Presidential elections in France on April 22nd and everyone is focusing on the French economy, it seems like a perfect time to talk about supporting and promoting entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship in France. Yes, we invented the word. But sometimes in the past it's felt a little like we didn't have the in our vocabulary, as President Bush, in a rare moment of clarity, once pointed out.
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