How can small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) use digital technologies to stay competitive and overcome adversity? The Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) Ukraine Consortium is committed to help businesses become smarter and more resilient through digitalisation.
Following the adoption of the Single Market Programme (SMP) and the announcement of the first funding opportunities, the European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency (EISMEA) opened the call for proposals to setup the Enterprise Europe Network for 2022 and beyond.
The South-East Europe region is one of the fastest-growing in Europe. It is marked by overall macroeconomic stability featured by low inflation, low budget deficit and stable public debt. These economies are continuously improving the business environment, offering a favourable cost structure – characterised by comparatively low labour and utility costs, and a favourable tax regime. The location provides easy connectivity for trade and transportation, with a great position to serve the markets of the EU, Russia, the Middle East and Northern Africa.
Meet the businesses that received support from the Enterprise Europe Network in building habitats on the Moon, delivering drugs by drone and creating seamless hotel experiences – now at the Web Summit 2021.
Mushroom-based burger manufacturer, pharmaceutical and medical companies win Enterprise Europe Network Awards for 2021
Three European small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have won the Enterprise Europe Network Award for 2021, announced by the European Commission and the European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency (EISMEA) at the Network's annual conference on 1 October, in Stuttgart, Germany.
Based in Pinkafeld in Burgenland, x.news offers media companies and journalists a globally unique solution for verifying the truthfulness of their news. Only 3 years after its foundation, x.news now markets its services worldwide. The success of the company is not least due to its collaboration with the Enterprise Europe Network.
In the context of the Singapore Week of Innovation and Technology (SWITCH), occurring between 8 and 12 November 2021, the European Commission (DG GROW) will set up a virtual “European Union/Singapore Matchmaking Event”.
What do mushroom-based burger and hemp fibre manufacturers or a garment recycling company have in common?
The call for expressions of interest for International Network Partners of the Enterprise Europe Network is now open!
This call aims at extending the Enterprise Europe Network to other global growth markets. Leading service-oriented business support organisations are invited to join the Enterprise Europe Network as of 1 January 2022.
Very often, culture is one of the biggest barriers to doing business abroad. Businesses need to build trust with new partners, subcontractors, distributors and all parts of the value chain. They also need to understand how they should adapt and innovate on their product/service to match consumer expectations abroad.