(In photos) A stroll around STATION F, one of the biggest startup campuses in the world

The US$281 million startup facility was built in 2017 by Xavier Niel, a serial entrepreneur and founder of Kima Ventures With an aim to attract international startups into Paris and make entrepreneurship more accessible, serial entrepreneur and investor Xavier Niel built STATION F in Paris in 2017. Niel — the founder of telecom operator Free Mobile, tuition-free coding school […] The post (In photos) A stroll around STATION F, one of the biggest startup campuses in the world appeared first on e27.


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The US$281 million startup facility was built in 2017 by Xavier Niel, a serial entrepreneur and founder of Kima Ventures

With an aim to attract international startups into Paris and make entrepreneurship more accessible, serial entrepreneur and investor Xavier Niel built STATION F in Paris in 2017.

Niel — the founder of telecom operator Free Mobile, tuition-free coding school 42 in France and California, and hyper-active early-stage VC firm Kima Ventures — also wanted to add more coherence and unity to the fragmented startup ecosystem....

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