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Our office

Our French office

Our cozy French office is located in Paris, close to the city’s heart and easy to reach by public – transport 5 mins from Gare Saint-Lazare. We have a terrace where we often enjoy a BBQ and lounge area with sofas and video games.

In Paris, we have a team of data scientists, linguists, and developers who are constantly at the forefront of AI technology.

Our team consists of some of the most creative and motivated people within AI research and development, and we are always looking to add more like-minded people to the group.


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Perks & benefits

Flexible work

Work-life balance is essential to us at Besedo. We provide the benefit of partial working from home, flexible shifts, rotating schedules, and transportation so you can perform at your best. We also offer extra days for annual leave based on years of service, extended parental and sabbatical leave.

Health Care and other benefits

In the French office we benefit from a supplementary health insurance with great coverage (this is on top of the public and universal health insurance ‘Sécurité Sociale’). We also provide a company laptop and desk setup.

Social events

We are a very close-knit team in the Paris office. We have regular get-together events and attend meetups with our passionate colleagues. We also enjoy teaming up against each other in one of the many video games we have available at the office.


The city of lights

Paris is known as the City of Lights, or La Ville Lumièr in French. It’s one of the most fascinating European capitals, and not just because of its art, culture, architecture, and history. Paris has countless gorgeous landmarks and monuments that add to the beauty of the spacious boulevards and their charming cafés.

Did you know?

  • The Louvre Museum is undoubtedly the most popular museum in the world, it’s famous home to the Mona Lisa painting, but the museum’s entire collection is over 400,000 pieces. You need over a month if you view each piece for just 30 seconds.
  • Paris has its own Statue of Liberty. There’s a miniature version in Paris facing the larger counterpart in New York City, symbolizing the friendship between France and the US.