Only some days before the 2017 edition of the German-French Young Leaders Programme, we talked to Julie, a business builder at Deutsche Ventures and co-founder of Keydock based in Berlin. As a Franco-German, Julie will contribute a very personal perspective to the Conference starting on 11 May 2017. Julie, what motivated you to participate in the GFYL Programme?
Simply the concept of a group of young and diverse people spending three intense days together and coming up with
With the 2017 edition of the German-French Young Leaders Conference approaching, we would like to meet our future participants and find out why the German-French relationship matters to them. We exchanged with Anuchika, a first-time GFYL Conference participant and future graduate from Grenoble Business School, Simon Fraser University in Vancouver and Columbia University in New York. She is currently doing an apprenticeship at the Bank of France as an International Relations E
"The Saarland, at the border between Luxembourg and France, reminds us of Europe's complicated but also agile and vulnerable nature. But it also reminds us of how necessary and irreplaceable the unification of Europe, peace and understanding am ong nations for men is. Europe is our common homeland. Europe is also our common project, our common future, that we cannot stop working on." Christian Wulff, 7 November 2011 "Located in the heart of Europe, Germany and France today