Cap Digital

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Cap Digital
Agency overview
Formed 2006 (2006)
Headquarters Paris, France
Agency executive Henri Verdier, President
Website www.capdigital.com

Cap Digital is a business cluster, started in 2006, a French public agency dedicated to the development of the Innovative Economy in the Île-de-France region, and in France. With more than 600 members, Cap Digital gathers innovative SMEs but also count major universities, higher education establishments, research labs, and corporations.[citation needed]

Cap Digital is organized between nine communities make a vital contribution to the strategy and direction of the cluster: Image, Sound and Interactivity, Video Games, Knowledge Engineering, Culture, Press, and Media, e-Learning and e-Training, Collaborative Technology & Intelligence, Mobile Lifestyle & Services, Robotics and Communicating Objects, and Digital Design.

Cap Digital provides members with essential information, networks, and resources. These include ongoing competitive intelligence, training, partnerships, funding solutions, and project reviews. Partnerships with other leading European clusters, at a structural and project level, are an essential element of Cap Digital's strategic activities.[citation needed]

Governance[edit]

President : Henri Verdier, directeur général MFG-R&D Vice-Presidents: Stéphane Distinguin, Fondateur FaberNovel, concepteur de la Cantine; Francis Jutand, Institut Télécom; Catherine Lucet, Directrice pôle éducation Editis. Treasurer: Olivier Muron, Directeur des Relations Institutionnelles d’Orange Labs R&D (France Telecom). Chief Executive Officer: Patrick Cocquet Services: Carlos Cunha Community: Françoise Colaïtis Think Digital: Jean-Baptiste Soufron

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