The promising startup Vectice, created in California, was searching for the ideal place to recruit and accommodate its team of developers. In partnership with Nantes Saint-Nazaire développement, we convinced the company to choose Atlantic France and provided a custom-made accompaniment to facilitate its installation.
Vectice was created last year in San Francisco by two French entrepreneurs, Cyril Brignone and Gregory Haardt.
The startup develops data science AI management software with the purpose of centralising data and facilitating collaborative work in artificial intelligence projects. Only three months after its creation, the IT company raised $3 million.
Atlantic France stands out thanks to its digital and business environment
The startup decided to install its R&D team in France and considered several options before choosing the city of Nantes. Digital is one of Atlantic France’s most dynamic sectors and Nantes has become the second French city for the growth in digital jobs.
Vectice was also convinced by the support provided by the two economic development agencies, Nantes Saint-Nazaire développement and Business solutions Atlantic France. We helped the company discover the local digital environment, find premises and launch the first recruitments.
Located in the heart of Nantes, in the innovation and coworking center Le Palace, Vectice is aiming to recruit 20 people in the next three years.
The confidence and strong support of the Atlantic France Region, and the support of the structures of the territory were decisive in the process of choosing our location. We are proud to be able to set up Vectice in Nantes, a dynamic French metropolis, in a region conducive to experimentation with digital projects serving businesses.Cyril Brignone, co-founder of Vectice