Visit of Olivier BECHT



Last Friday, October 21, we had the pleasure and honor to welcome at the Ragni Group headquarters, on the sidelines of the CCEFS World Congress, Mr. Olivier BECHT, Minister Delegate in charge of Foreign Trade, Attractiveness and the French Abroad,(Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs) and Christian Estrosi, President of the Nice Côte d’Azur Metropolis. The opportunity for the entire #TeamFranceExport (Bpifrance, Business France, CCI France International, Prefecture of Alpes-Maritimesand DGTreasury) to better understand the Group’s industrial history and its positioning in the value chain of the #sustainable and rational lighting (low consumption connected to networks and carbon neutral in autonomous solar) and the transition 3.0 of our industry energy sobriety #ODD #RSE.

“I am glad that we were able to illustrate the industrial know-how in the company Ragni, which there is in our Metropolis. It is an industrial flagship for energy, public lighting and smart cities. […] We have here absolutely extraordinary personnel with a talent and technicality that are a credit to the industry of our Metropolis and to French industry.”

Christian Estrosi, President of the Metropole Nice Côte d’Azur and Mayor of Nice


It is a company that proves that, while producing in France, if we export, we get rich […] especially to Africa and the markets that are coming up all over the world. I would like to salute the extraordinary work done by the entire French export team here in the Metropolis of Nice and more globally in the Southern Region with the CCI (Chamber of Commerce and Industry), with Business France, with BPI France, with the Region, with the MNCA and all the actors with the foreign trade advisors or the OSCI (federation of private companies dedicated to the international development of companies); a beautiful ecosystem that is made to ensure the success of our companies.”

Olivier Becht, Minister Delegate to the Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs in charge of Foreign Trade, Attractiveness and the French Abroad

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