French business is flourishing in the United Kingdom showing no signs of stopping soon. There is one main factor, probably, behind this: in London, French business are rewarded for their work, whereas in France they suffocate under the high tax rates. Like with every other country, the UK promises business links will suffer no consequence with the Brexit referendum, but that is still to be seen.
For the time being, however, French business thrives in London. With such a big community of French people in the British capital - estimated at around 400,000 in all of the UK - many new businesses are targeting at their needs. This means that doctors, artists, chefs, and more are promoting themselves as either French or Francophone to tackle the wealthy French expats calling London home. Escaping President Hollande’s super tax, the French are flocking in the thousands to the city and starting up their own businesses.