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Business English teacher

English Language School - Urgently looking for a Business English teacher

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IT Business Analyst/ Project Manager (French Speaking)

Dotsquares is looking to open a French branch and is looking to recruit a Technical Project Manager/Client liaison based in Lyon

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professeur d’anglais

Nous recrutons un professeur d'anglais (9h/semaine) sur les niveaux 2des/1ères/term

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IARC - Secretary with project management skills

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) based in Lyon 8th currently has open a position of Secretary

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NEMERA - junior sales leads developer

The leads developer will train and work under the direct mentorship of the new segment business development Director.

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Responsable commercial national

i2Analytical recherche un Responsable commercial national pour construire et gérer une équipe de gestion en France.

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Welcome to FIBA

As the UK’s Ambassador to France, I welcome all initiatives that boost relations between France and the United Kingdom. The FIBA network brings together a broad range of Britons living and working in the Rhône-Alps, many with businesses that link up with the UK and the wider international business arena.

The UK and France have been great trading partners for centuries. Trade between the two countries in our modern world is vital to the interests of both partners, with over €20 billion of goods and services flowing both ways every year.

The UK’s economy is growing again after the recession.  We have a flexible labour market and highly competitive tax rates.  So the UK is a great place to invest and an excellent platform for French companies to export into European and world markets.

British people pay 17 million visits to France every year for work, or to enjoy all that France has to offer as a tourist destination. So there’s real potential to build even greater links between our two countries.

International networks have never been more important to develop business opportunities and FIBA can help you expand your network in the Rhône Alps and beyond. 

So, if you’re looking to meet English speaking professionals in Lyon and the Rhône Alps, FIBA is a great place to start!

Warmest regards,

Sir Peter Ricketts
The UK’s Ambassador to France

Our Mission

To provide an opportunity for our members to share business experience and ideas in an informal environment, in order to promote development, and to forge closer business links.

Member benefits

As a member of FIBA, you will have direct access to a network of people from diverse business sectors, regular meetings, seminars and events, business information and investment opportunities.

Further, members are invited to promote their own business activity via the website and at network meetings.

FIBA cannot accept any liability in relation to information, advertisements, goods or services supplied by members, ‘partners’ or others referred to on this web site or at FIBA meetings, for which independent verifications and advice should be obtained in each case. Please see detailed disclaimer on the ‘legal’ page of this web site.

How to join

A warm welcome to the FIBA web-site!

2016 is set to be dominated by the referendum in the UK and its role within the European Union.
Lyon, one of Europe’s leading and most attractive metropoles, continues to grow and is now part of a much bigger region in France.

FIBA is one of the leading international business groups in Lyon. If you’re looking to meet others interested in international business, live in Auvergne Rhône-Alpes, speak English and are motivated to build stronger commercial ties with the UK, FIBA is the place to be!

Philip Last
FIBA President

Joining is easy! Simply click on the “Join FIBA” link below to subscribe. The current annual membership fee is €100. Join FIBA

News

30/05/2016

May Business Lunch - What’s so great about essential oils ?

On the 27th May, Rachel Maury, one of FIBAs most active committee members, talked about one of her passions, essential oils and wellness. Read more...

27/04/2016

Lunch with the Ambassador

On the 25th April, we had the privilege of welcoming the new British Ambassador, Sir Julian King to Lyon. Sir Julian replaces Sir Peter Ricketts. Read more