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  • “ Truffle Capital has been an industrial, strategic and financial partner to Vexim since the creation of the company in 2006 and has enabled Vexim to acquire an international role within the treatment of spine fractures. The Truffle Capital partners are passionate entrepreneurs, keen on innovation and understand a company’s needs and its people. They have taken measured risks, helped Vexim in fulfilling its aims and accompanied us in our progress, for which we are very grateful. ”Vexim
    Vincent Gardes / CEO

Truffle Capital is an independent European venture capital firm

Established in 2001, Truffle Capital, with €700 million under management and advisory via institutional and retail private equity funds as of December 30th 2014, Truffle Capital is an important and independent European private equity firm, specialised in investments in the Information Technology and Life Sciences sectors, in spin-offs and companies developping breakthrough technologies and products. Every year Truffle Capital launch a new FCPI fund (mutual fund investing in innovative companies). The firm is led by a team of three General Partners with decades of successful investment and entrepreneurial experience in both Europe and in the USA.

Backed by an investment team of international experts and an experienced support team, a total of 17 professionals, Truffle Capital aims to achieve superior financial returns by leveraging its industry knowledge, extensive network, and operational experience to identify business opportunities that match latent market needs.

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Le 08 mai 2015 – Le Président d’ABIVAX accompagne le chef de l’Etat, François Hollande, lors de son voyage à Cuba le 11 mai


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The French software industry shows its great adaptability to meet the challenges of the digital age

Paris, May 5th, 2015 – Truffle Capital (, a leading European venture capital firm and one of the top French FCPI (retail funds) managers, in collaboration with CXP, the top independent European research and consulting firm specializing in application software, computer services and digital processing, published today the 11th edition of its “Truffle 100 France” ( ranking of the country’s top 100 software companies. The “Truffle 100″ has been compiled under the high patronage of Ms. Axelle Lemaire, Minister of State for Digital Affairs within the French Ministry of the Economy, Industry and the Digital Sector.

Created in 2005 by Truffle Capital ( and Bernard-Louis Roques, and compiled by CXP ( the “Truffle 100 France” ( has become the standard for taking the pulse of the software industry in France. It was followed in 2006 by the Truffle 100 Europe (, which has reached similar levels of peer acknowledgment across Europe, along with the “Truffle 100 European Clusters” report, created in 2009.

Highlights of this 11th edition

  • Increase of the turnover to €6.6 billion in 2014 (with the top five software publishers accounting for 55% of the total turnover for the industry) from €6.2 billion in 2013
  • Evolutions in the ranking: 60 software publishers rose in the ranking; 9 retained their place; 22 fell at least one place; 9 entered the ranking; 8 dropped out the ranking after being bought
  • Increase of the total number of employees from 78,000 in 2013 to 103,380 in 2014, the R&D staff comprising 15% of the total workforce.
  • Slight fall of the ranking’s profitability from 6.4% of sales in 2013 to 5% in 2014
  • Net result of the ranking is €599 million in 2014
  • Most dynamic French regions: Île-de-France (83% of the total turnover) and the Rhône-Alpes region (8% of the total turnover)
  • Presence abroad led by the United Kingdom (31% of the companies), Germany (24%) and the United States (23%)

  • Stagnation of R&D investments from €1,052 million in 2013 to €1,024 in 2014
  • Main trends expected: cloud computing and SaaS, mobile applications, and big data
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    05th May 2015 – Initial details of the analysis of the CARMAT heart implanted in the second patient


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