Since its launch, Euroméditerranée has been an engine for economic development in Marseille. By  welcoming businesses, investors and international organizations, the big winner of its strategy is: Jobs.

The new economic hub of Southeast Europe

Euroméditerranée has become the largest downtown business district in Southern Europe, putting Marseille on the map with major European metropolitan centers. The project is focusing primarily on providing services in central business operations, international trade, and financial and business information technology and telecommunications...Read more

A new tourism showcase

The number of tourists coming to Marseille increased by 26% in one year (2005-2006), and the number of cruise passengers is expected to reach one million in 2010.
New hotels within Euroméditerranée will help meet this growth. Near the business center, a 3-star, 100-room Suite Hotel and a 200-room, 2-star Ibis opened their doors in August 2008... Read more

Hub for Europe-Mediterranean trade

Located in the third largest economic region of France, and launching one of the largest urban development projects in Europe, Marseille is poised to become a major trade center for southeastern Europe.
Since 1995, more than two dozen international organizations have moved to Marseille, reinforcing its role as the second-largest city in France to conduct trade between the two shores of the Mediterranean... Read more

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20,000 jobs created

since 1995