Business Intelligence and France 2020


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Jean-Pierre Letartre, Chairman of the Business Intelligence and France 2020  Cluster.

"Charting a cooperative agreement with the government"

This division works on defining concrete goals for our economy to reach by 2020, and it defines how those goals can be achieved. It charts the cooperative agreement that MEDEF proposed to the government.
It includes four committees.

Diversity Committee
Chairwoman: Armelle Carminati
This committee helps businesses implement diversity policies as a factor of competitiveness and guides forward thinking on company-level changes.

Mid-Cap Committee
Chairwoman: Elisabeth Ducottet
This committee's objective is to support and enhance mid-caps and to promote their ambitions in terms of innovation and international expansion.

New Dialogue Committee
Chairman: Pierre Fonlupt
This committee contributes to MEDEF's economics teaching and dialogues with labour unions to share a positive economic plan. It fosters relationships with the world of culture and media.

2020-Saving France Committee
Chairman: Jean-Pierre Letartre
This committee develops an ambitious, innovative, grounded, and courageous long-term vision. It defines routes toward that vision, using benchmarks, in France and abroad.


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