Station F, the world’s biggest startup campus opens in April [el]

"Direction Station F" will be opening in April its new innovation hub in the heart of the French capital.

This new Parisian innovation space of 34 000 square meters is funded by its creator Xavier Niel, founder of the telecommunications group "Free" and “School 42”, a school that offers free training in computer science for young people. It’s a complete reconversion of the "Halle Freyssinet", the building of the 20s originally used as a transshipment hub for trains and trucks which was connected to the railway station of Austerlitz.


In numbers
The Campus STATION F is:
• 34 000 square meters
• 3000+ startup work stations
• 10+ International startup programs
• 1 Fablab
• 1 restaurant, 4 kitchens, 1 coffee shop, 1 bar
• Daily – 24/7
• 8 Event spaces

Startup applications from all over the world began at the end of 2016. The application deposit for the first program ends on February 5th, 2017.


publié le 07/02/2017

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