We are part of the French Tech Hub.
The purpose of French Tech Hub is to accelerate French tech growth in the US, serving as a hub for entrepreneurial and innovative French companies, providing them with custom-tailored services, helping them strategize, launch, expand, and achieve their business potential.
The French-American Chamber of Commerce (http://www.faccnyc.org/) comprises more than 900 New York members and organizes some thirty events a year. Their working group, "Tech, Media and Entertainment," created in 2014, aims to unite the Franco-American digital community around relevant topics and speakers. The FACC provides a workspace at its premises on 1375 Broadway and offers mentoring through its professional network account of more than 4000 members in 18 chapters in the United States.
The Consulate General of France (http://www.consulfrance-newyork.org/-English-) is an active participant in the French Tech Network, organizing monthly breakfast gatherings for French entrepreneurs and investors in New York. Quarterly meetings are also held around prominent figures in the digital sector, such as the deputy mayor for economic development.
The Regional Economic Service (RES) coordinates various initiatives in the United States (including different US French Tech Hubs).
All services of the Embassy of France (http://www.ambafrance-us.org/) also participate in the different initiatives. The network needed to create a French Tech Hub is already established and will also include Bpifrance.