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The H-Tech Valley - What exactly is it?

The H-Tech Valley is an innovative initiative launched by the Accelis Group, designed to bridge the gap between educational institutions and businesses, particularly in the field of new technologies.

It aims to create an ecosystem where businesses and higher education institutions coexist in the same space. This ecosystem aims to foster more direct and productive collaboration between the academic world and the entrepreneurial world.

What problem is the H-Tech Valley seeking to solve?

The H-Tech Valley aims to bridge the gap between the pace and requirements of the new technology industry and the traditional agenda for preparing graduates from higher education institutions.

This problem arises because higher education institutions need a minimum of three years to prepare students for the job market. As a result, these graduates are not immediately operational, particularly due to constantly evolving technological innovations.

In the field of new technologies, companies need immediately performing resources to ensure their future technological advancements.

The H-Tech Valley aims to create a seamless transition from education to employment, reduce the time it takes for graduates to become effective and up-to-date with the latest technological innovations.

This campus will consist of

4 buildings

with a total area of 12,000 m².

The deployment will be phased as follows:

Building 1

Learning Home

The first building, dedicated to the transmission of knowledge, is the Learning Home, already built and housing the digital higher education institution, Ecole 89. Students, teachers, researchers, and digital specialists coexist in this 3000 m² building to transmit knowledge and foster emerging talents and vocations.

H-Tech Valley begins with the transmission of knowledge, as it is the cornerstone of the vision it aims to carry.

Building 2

Digital Factory

The second building, focusing on the practical application of the knowledge mentioned above, will be called the Digital Factory.

It will house in its 3000 m² a co-working space and specialised companies that will provide adapted solutions to future clients wishing to digitally transform their organisations.

Areas covered include AI, Cyber Security, Data Analysis, or simply setting up efficient and secure digital environments

Companies at H-Tech Valley, strengthened by their environment, will always be at the forefront of technology to support their future clients.

Building 3

Human+ Lab

The third building, designed to historically trace the creation and progression of new technologies, especially AI, will be the Human+ Lab, covering an area of 3000 m².

It will house a research laboratory on AI and a 1500 m² immersive space allowing the general public to discover the history of this revolution before imagining its future: Discovery workshops, application experiences, masterclasses with researchers or startup entrepreneurs, various animations around AI, and fun events to discover the importance of this new technology for humans.

Building 4

Startup Farm

The last building is a 3000 m² startup incubator called the Startup Farm.

It will be unique in being at the heart of a complete ecosystem strategy due to its multiple themes around new technologies.

Its primary mission is to accelerate projects carried by students of GA education, the education pole of the Group, with its three schools.

This link between H-Tech Valley and the students of our schools completes the vision where we bet on the two main values of the future: youth and new technologies.

How will the H-Tech Valley solve this problem?

The H-Tech Valley establishes an ecosystem that brings together companies and higher education institutions in the same space. By doing so, it ensures that companies directly contribute to educational programs, aligning them more closely with the needs and trends of the real world.

As a result, future graduates gain real work experience within their campus, enhancing their employability and future productivity within the new technology industry.

This approach is a Win-Win-Win approach!

In fact, it allows higher education institutions to remain up-to-date in knowledge transmission, enables companies in the new technology industry to identify, prepare, and support potential future employees, and finally, empowers students to always be at the forefront of theoretical and practical training for exceptional employability.

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EBS Paris Campus
EBS Barcelona Campus

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Ecole 89

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Tekwin

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Paxton MLV Hotel & Spa

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Pedagogical Buildings Ferrières Coaching Workshops

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Château de Ferrières & Ferrières School

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HI-YU

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Groupe Accelis

Building Timelines

Building 1

LEARNING HOME

Ecole 89

Building 2

DIGITAL FACTORY

Completion in
2025

Digital Factory
Human+ Lab
Startup Farm

Building 3

HUMAN+ LAB

Completion in
2026

Human+ Lab
Startup Farm

Building 4

STARTUP FARM

Completion in
2028

Startup Farm

Building 1

LEARNING HOME

Ecole 89

Building 2

DIGITAL FACTORY

Completion in
2025

Digital Factory
Human+ Lab
Startup Farm

Building 3

HUMAN+ LAB

Completion in
2026

Human+ Lab
Startup Farm

Building 4

STARTUP FARM

Completion in
2028

Startup Farm

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Accélis Group

H-Tech Valley is an initiative created by

Accélis Group

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