As the Enterprise Europe Network enters a new framework period, we talked to Muriel de Grande, Head of Sector at the European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency (EISMEA), to find out more about the Network’s exciting initiatives and plans for the future.
Enterprise Europe Network supports small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) on their path to green business models and sustainable initiatives. The Danish SME Nortech Solutions is a case in point. With the Network’s aid, Nortech teamed up with a Czech company to launch a successful green business in 2019. Fast-forward to today, the Network’s sustainability advisers are helping small businesses develop strategies that build long-term value and reduce risk.
Enterprise Europe Network has launched a new matchmaking platform to help connect SMEs affected by supply shortages find new partners. Find out more!
Enterprise Europe Network wishes to express its support and solidarity to Ukraine and our EEN Ukraine colleagues.
Africagua Canarias is an international business event connecting Africa with Europe and the wider world on key themes such as water, renewable energies, and climate resilience. The Enterprise Europe Network Partners in the Canary Islands play an essential role in the initiative by fostering interactions between companies and professionals worldwide.
The European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency (EISMEA) has opened the call for proposals for Sustainability Partnerships for SMEs adopting more sustainable practices.
The 2022 edition of the EU Industry Days will take place on 8 -11 February.
We all love a fresh cup of coffee to kick-start the day, but have you ever wondered what impact this daily habit has on the environment? Read along to find out how the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) supports the French start-up Kabioca on its journey to sustainable and eco-responsible coffee production from farm to cup.
SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) are vital drivers of growth and innovation, accounting for 99 percent of all businesses in the EU and employing around 100 million people. Their views and ideas are essential for shaping the future direction and purpose of the European construction. The Conference provides SMEs with a unique platform to exchange ideas, share knowledge, and influence policy debates.
The European agro-food sector aims to produce healthy and safe food, using natural resources more effectively. It can also help societies cope with pressing challenges such as food security, climate change, environmental protection, competitiveness, and post-pandemic recovery.