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Inside the launch of Paris startup superhub Station F

Entrepreneurs in Paris have a new home. A giant incubator for startups, Station F, opened its doors to the public on Thursday night in a launch party attended by French president Emmanuel Macron, Station F's billionaire founder Xavier Niel, director Roxanne Varza, and Nest founder Tony Fadell. Station F can house up to 1,000 startups, all of whom need to be part of an existing programme.
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