“ETI Nation Strategy”: the Government takes stock and announces 10 new actions to promote the competitiveness of ETI

On the occasion of the 2 years of this strategy, Bruno the mayorMinister of Economy, Finance and Recovery, Frederic VidalMinister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, Agnes Pannier-RunacherMinister Delegate for Industry, Sophie CluzelSecretary of State for Persons with Disabilities, i Sarah El HairySecretary of State for Youth and Commitment, brought together ETI leaders in Bercy to review progress and present future directions for the strategy.

This event triggers today the second phase of the “ETI Nation Strategy”, the first part has been carried out successfully despite the context of health crisis. Three roundtables were organized on the following topics: “Producing in France”, “Accessing Competencies in France” and “Intervening in France”, during which ministers exchanged views with ETI leaders.

On this occasion, 10 new actions were announced in order to deepen and complete the initial strategy, articulated around four axes:

  • Strengthen the support of the TSIs by the public authorities
  • Develop the attractiveness and access of ETIs to competencies
  • Improve the competitiveness of TSIs to strengthen their investment capacity
  • Promote the environmental and social commitments of TSIs

The Medium Enterprises Movement (METI) has also made four commitments in terms of investment, employment, shared value and professional equality between women and men, subject to continuity in 2022 and beyond the economic policy implemented in favor of the competitiveness of the Place de France.

Bruno the mayor said: “More ETI means more jobs and wealth in the French regions! The government’s ETI Nation Strategy launched in January 2020 is a success. It supports its development and is part of a global policy of reindustrialization of France carried out since the election of the President of the Republic. This reindustrialization involves lowering production taxes and corporation taxes. It will be complemented by the improvement of the competitiveness of our TSIs, the strengthening of their attractiveness, the promotion of their environmental and social commitments, and the strengthening of their support by the public authorities.. “

Frederic Vidal said: “ETIs are essential partners in the world of higher education, research and innovation, in particular because they are committed actors in their territory and their population, ETIs support students in their training through learning, whose development has been unprecedented during these five years. term of the year. TSIs are a source of employment for many young graduates. To this end, the constant dialogue between ETI and universities is essential in order to adapt training to the great economic and ecological challenges of tomorrow. This is, in particular, the goal of the France 2030 plan. “

Agnes Pannier-Runacher said: “TSIs embody patient and responsible capitalism. They invest regularly and in the long run, take advantage of the strengths of their regions and promote the knowledge of their employees. As such, they are one of the spearheads of our industrial reconquest strategy. In launching the second phase of our strategy and announcing 10 new actions such as the creation of ETI benchmarks in regional economic services, we continue our support to help ETIs develop and grow. For their part, the ETIs, aware of their role for the country, are making strong commitments to the occupation and the planet, and I want to salute this essential mobilization for an effective recovery for the benefit of all French people.. “

Sophie Cluzel said: “The importance of TSIs in the French economy and their contribution to employment in the territories is undeniable. The issue of disability in companies is a real lever for innovation and diversity of human resources in TSIs. Therefore, it was essential that they commit themselves to the employment of people with disabilities and develop inclusive HR policies that are in line with their values. I am delighted with the collaboration between METI and the Secretary of State for Disability, which took shape especially last November with the signing of a collaboration with Agefiph, in order to support TSIs for implement action plans on disability in their companies.. “

Sarah El Hairy said: “It is essential that ETIs continue to lead the way in the entrepreneurial commitment for the future of young people. In fact, social commitment has become an economic imperative for its success. If a company wants to attract young people, it must make a social, social and environmental commitment and ETIs, having taken this turn very soon, are drivers of commitment and change. We will continue to support these transformations for the success of our country.. “

Philippe d’Ornano i Frederic Coirierco-chairs of the Medium Head Business Movement. (METI), stated: “The economic policy launched almost five years ago is already having a tangible impact on the fabric of medium-sized companies. Our country, if it seeks to realign its competitiveness to the European average, can regenerate, in the coming years and throughout its territory, an ETI fabric comparable to that of its European neighbors.of wealth created in our regions.France would thus gain a more entrenched economy, as ETIs combine economic efficiency, proximity and values humans “.

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