A Forward-Looking Region
In economic terms, Brittany is a highly dynamic region. Backed by a long-standing agricultural and industrial tradition, natural topography, it is home to research centres and innovation clusters which allow it to develop large-scale, ground-breaking projects. Food industry, naval industry, information technologies and communication - Telecom - Electronic, new energy sources, biotechnologies: right across these lucrative sectors, Brittany`s performance is top-notch.
No. 1 in the food industry in France
No. 1 in naval shipbuilding in France
The 5th biggest industrial region in France
The 2nd biggest telecommunications centre in France and the 5th biggest region in electronics in France.
Brittany is also:
4 approved innovative clusters
1 research and education centre (PRES)
7 parks specializing in sciences and technologies
1 European Centre of Enterprises and Innovation
9 Technological Innovation centres
Numerous partnership networks.
Economic sectorsHEMARINA SA expands its operations to Boston U.S.A.
HEMARINA, the French based Biotechnology Company, today announced its establishment in Boston, Massachusetts USA thru the incorporation of Hemarina Inc. on March 15th, 2013. The new affiliate will be in charge of North and South America and will allow HEMARINA to deploy its global strategy more efficiently, and will be the corporate link between its headquarters located in Morlaix, France to facilitate its partnerships in the Americas. > read
Economic sectorsMilitary Communications and Information Systems Conference
The MCC is an annual international conference bringing together experts from world research, academic, military and industrial establishments. > read
Economic sectorsMaritime communication innovation modernise international systems for broadcasting data
KENTA, a Breton company based in Quimper (29), will be presenting its new system of maritime data broadcasting – NAVDAT (Navigational Data) – on Monday 12 March in London during the 16th session of the Sub-committee on Radiocommunications and Search and Rescue (COMSAR) of the International Maritime Organisation. > read