Call for expressions of interest - 'Business Cooperation Centres' in third countries for the Enterprise Europe Network (2015-2020)

This call for expressions of interest addresses leading business and innovation support organisations located in third countries. The objective is to establish 'Business Cooperation Centres' for the Enterprise Europe Network in international markets in order to form a unique international network of excellence facilitating business cooperation, technology transfer and research collaboration.
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Call for expression of interest - Reserve list of experts/ COSME programme

Individuals are invited to apply as independent experts via the "Participant Portal" after selecting the COSME programme. Read more...

Call for proposals - Enterprise Europe Network (2015-2020)

A call for proposals to establish the Enterprise Europe Network for the period from 2015 - 2020 was published on 22 January 2014.The deadline for submitting proposals was 3 June 2014.The call is now closed.  Read more...

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The Enterprise Europe Network helps small business to make the most of the European marketplace. Working through local business organisations, we can help you:


We have close to 600 member organisations across the EU and beyond. They include chambers of commerce and industry, technology centres, universities and development agencies. Learn more

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Success Story: Linking up to save lives

Winners of the Network Stars Award



Thanks to the Enterprise Europe Network, two SMEs - Sentinel Oncology & Biovica- are researching a promising new treatment, supported by €500,000 in EU funding.

If all goes well, the treatment should have a pretty clear path to the market” says Stuart Travers, Sentinel’s chief operating officer.