French government announces changes to its French Tech Visa

Kieno Kammies speaks to Alexis Grosskopf of French South African Tech Labs about recent changes by the French government to their French Tech Visa.

The changes aim to makes it easier for those in the tech arena to find employment at more than 10 000 startups.

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