CORIAL, a pool of skilled “French Tech-ers”

CORIAL is a proud member of La French Tech and joins the local network of French entrepreneurs in Grenoble.

A location that makes the difference

CORIAL is headquartered in Bernin FRANCE, just few miles away from Grenoble city, capital of the French Alps -one of Europe’s most dynamic regional economies.

The local economy is diversified and driven by global leaders including STMicroelectronics, Schneider Electric, Soitec, Capgemini, Petzl, Poma, ARaymond, Rossignol, Vicat, Radial, Teisseire, Airstar, and more.

Grenoble also has an active role in the French start-up ecosystem. The French government introduced the French Tech initiative in 2013 to support the country’s digital start-up economy. Since then, Grenoble earned national French Tech certification, confirmation that the region is at the forefront of innovation.

FRANCE’s most inventive area

25,000 R&D jobs

200 start-ups spun off from  gov. funded research labs in the last decade

7.7% of French patents

CORIAL, a pool of skilled “French Tech-ers”

CORIAL has been driving innovation in plasma processing equipment for over a decade.

The years 2016-2017 marked a turning point in the expansion of our scope. We have added new technologies such has time-multiplexed processes, broadened our geographical footprint with the creation of sales offices abroad, and bolstered our executive team with the appointment of our new CEO and Sales Director.

At CORIAL, we have the atmosphere of a startup and we share the “startup spirit”: worldwide ambition, innovative products, corporate flexibility. For this reason, we have decided to become a member of La French Tech and to join the local network of French entrepreneurs in Grenoble.

La French Tech in short

Convinced by the necessity to promote the emergence of successful start-ups in France to generate economic value and jobs, the French Government created the French Tech Initiative at the end of 2013.

“La French Tech” refers to all the people working for or with French startups, in France or abroad. This ecosystem is made up of entrepreneurs, obviously, but also investors, engineers, designers, developers, associations, bloggers, media, big companies, and government agencies… All the players who under a common banner “French Tech” are working towards startups’ growth and international promotion.

Key figures


This is the number of start-ups in France. Between 2012 and 2015, there is an increase of more than 30% in the number of start-ups created, demonstrating the dynamism of the ecosystem.


Aix-Marseille, Bordeaux, Brest, Caen-Rouen-Le Havre, Grenoble, Lille, Lyon, Montpellier, Nancy-Metz, Nantes, Nice, Saint-Malo and Toulouse. 13 metropolises have been labelled French Tech between November 2014 and June 2015.


HealthTech, IOT, EdTech & Entertainment, CleanTech & Mobility, FinTech, Security & Privacy, Retail, FoodTech and finally Sports are all entrepreneurial communities, bringing together start-ups as well as support structures and specialized funds.


22 international hubs, 22 cities on five continents! From San Francisco to Tokyo and from London to Cape Town, these metropolises form a global network, relaying the growth of French start-ups internationally.