The European Commission honoured innovative small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) at the Enterprise Europe Network Awards in Bratislava, Slovakia.
At this year’s Web Summit, the Enterprise Europe Network is exhibiting with some of its most innovative clients from across Europe.
With support from the Network, Peter Langer, CEO of Novihum Technologies, started manufacturing an innovative soil conditioning technology that improves soil fertility while reducing water use and pollution.
With the help of the Network, Dr Lilia Jeliazkova and her company, BalBok Engineering, embarked on a mission to hunt down and clean up hazardous waste by using a cutting-edge mobile laboratory.
Sports equipment innovation developed in Sweden undergoes expert testing in Italy thanks to the Enterprise Europe Network.
While some of his university colleagues dreamt of pursuing a career abroad, young entrepreneur Fanis Koutouvelis was resolved to stay and inspire the growth of start-ups across Greece.
As Spain misses out on huge profits every year due to wind turbine failures, industrial engineer Jordi Cusidó saw an opportunity to develop a high-tech product able to increase wind farms efficiency.
A common passion for innovation led brothers Christophe and Frédéric Arnaud to set up a family business and develop a breakthrough emulsion technology to create low-fat ingredients.
Inspired by the ocean since he was a young boy, entrepreneur John Vickers decided to take the plunge and launch a project to build the world’s largest and deepest indoor pool.
The Enterprise Europe Network helps company win €3 million funding for a project that aims to revolutionise power distribution in rural areas.