• 10 September 2015
    The matchmaking event that will take place on 5-6 October at Expo Milano 2015 is an opportunity to find and meet new international partners, especially from the USA, wishing to collaborate on projects and business activities related to a sustainable development and growth of the Agro-Food sector. The event is devoted to companies, clusters, associations and research centres interested in the management of resources in the agro-food sector. The topics include water, agro technologies, waste, renewable energies and space applications.
  • 07 August 2015
    As of today, the Enterprise Europe Network extends its coverage to Taiwan. The main objective of Enterprise Europe Network Taiwan will be to promote cooperation between Taiwanese and European small and medium sized enterprises from major industries and especially in the field of electronics, green products, biotechnology and medical equipment and automobile parts. Enterprise Europe Network Taiwan is represented by :
  • 23 June 2015
    If you are an SME aware of the portal or registered as business service provider in the portal, please answer the online questionnaire. Answering the survey will provide a clearer picture of your expectations as well as your views on how the portal could further support your work. This information will be used to improve both the portal's content and design.  
  • 08 June 2015
    Taking place in Brussels on 8-9 June 2015, the Enterprise Europe Network Annual Conference brings together 800 Network partners, representatives from the European Commission and guest speakers. The event marks the beginning of a new chapter for the Network (2015 - 2020). It aims to strengthen the links between long-standing and new Network members who together help ambitious SMEs innovate and grow internationally.
  • 28 May 2015
    On 18 June 2015, European Commission / DG GROW is organising a high-level conference to share experiences and good practices in the policy area of bankruptcy and second chance. The primary objectives of the conference are:
  • 20 April 2015
    Mission for Growth to Taiwan SMEs and representatives of business associations are invited to apply to participate in the mission to Taipei, 3-5 June 2015. Purpose of the mission DG GROWTH's Director-General, Daniel Calleja, will lead a Mission for Growth to Taipei, Taiwan from 3-5 June 2015. Mr Calleja will be accompanied by a delegation of representatives of business associations and entrepreneurs to discuss with Taiwanese entrepreneurs how to foster industrial cooperation and identify business opportunities.
  • 24 March 2015
      Expo Milano 2015 is the Universal Exposition that Milan, Italy, will host from 1 May to 31 October 2015, with the global theme "Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life". Over six months, more than 140 countries will participate and over 20 million visitors are expected to attend the exhibition. In addition to the exhibiting nations, international organizations including the European Union will be present.
  • 20 March 2015
    An on-line video competition launched by the European Commission aims at attracting young talents to a sector which generates almost 10% of EU GDP and provides 20 million direct jobs: the construction sector. Share your skills What can you bring to the construction sector? Bricks made from recycled materials? Smart devices that allow you to better control energy consumption at home? A new app to calculate the environmental impact of the buildings on your smartphone? On the spot innovative approaches? You name it! 
  • 18 March 2015
    On Wednesday 10th June 2015, EU Commissioner Elźbieta Bieńkowska will host the EU-CELAC Business Summit under the theme "Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean: Promoting inclusive and sustainable growth by enhancing the role of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises.
  • 11 March 2015
    Plants, not petroleum' is the simple way to explain what the biobased economy is all about: a green economy based on plant- and waste-derived food, feed, fuel, and materials - sourced and refined locally. A biobased economy has the potential to replace oil, strengthen security of food and energy supplies, create 'green' jobs, increase incomes and ensure green growth.