Category:Rafi Haladjian

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English: Rafi Haladjian (Armenian: Րաֆֆի Հալաջյան) (Arabic:رافي حالاجيان)(born in Beirut, Lebanon) is a French-Armenian businessman, the inventor of Nabaztag. In 1978 he moved to France, studied linguistics. In June, 1994, he founded FranceNet - the first ISP in France. In 2000 FranceNet became Fluxus, and in 2001 was sold to British Telecom. Shortly after the sale, Rafi co-founded Violet and founded Ozone companies.
Français : Rafi Haladjian (Րաֆֆի Հալաջյան en arménien), (رافي حالاجيان en arabe) est né à Beyrouth au Liban. C'est un homme d'affaires français d'origine arménienne, inventeur du Nabaztag.

Rafi Haladjian 
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French businessman
Date of birth 1961
Country of citizenship
  • computer scientist
  • entrepreneur
  • businessperson
  • inventor
Award received
  • Knight of the Legion of Honour
Authority control
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