Internationalisation - Channels


Frédéric Sanchez, Chairman of the Internationalisation - Channels Cluster.

The top priority should be to let companies reclaim their competitiveness.

The objective of this division is to help consolidate our public and private strengths for exporting. It collaborates with relevant organisations to encourage corporate exports. It works on issues related to international purchasing and foreign expansion.
It includes two committees and a group that coordinates with German employers (BDI).

Internationalisation and Export Committee
Chairwoman: Jessica Scale
This committee focuses on three issues: exports, international purchasing, and expansion. Its goals are to increase the number of businesses that export, join together networks, and form business clusters abroad.

Channels and Markets Committee
Chairwoman: Corinne Cuisinier
This committee sets up a competitive ecosystem for channels and promotes what France has to offer. It works for a better relationship between services and industry within the CNI. It defines pre-emptive regulations and standards.

BDI-MEDEF Coordination Group
Chairwoman: Sophie Boissard
This committee establishes ongoing relationships with German employers. It also develops joint strategies on energy and climate, the industrial and innovation policy, the Economic and Monetary Union, trade, transportation, and infrastructures.

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