Space technologies can be a game changer when it comes to competitiveness. Whether you are working in agriculture, healthcare, automotive industries or retail, business solutions from space are becoming more accessible – it’s time to get on board. Emilien Watelet, who leads the Enterprise Europe Network group on Aeronautics, Space and Dual-use Technologies, explores new opportunities in this blog post.
Join the healthcare and medical technologies mission to Singapore and Vietnam; EU funding for film, audiovisual industries and new media; EU-wide rules setting technical requirements for drones; New energy efficiency labels.
Join the brokerage event at Hanover Messe; new funds for social enterprises in Spain; European Commission makes it easier for insurers to invest in the real economy.
Over the past six months, we have been talking to women entrepreneurs across Europe, supported by the Enterprise Europe Network. They show how a clear vision, lean processes, and a strong knowledge of your market are key to success – whatever your sector of activity.
Founders Helene Münnecke and Tommy Andersen talk us through the successful expansion of their brand of health and environment-friendly household cleaning products.
This week: new guarantee loans for social entrepreneurs in Belgium and cultural businesses in Denmark; circular economy business mission to Mexico in April; new Product Safety Award for European companies.
The entry into force of the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) on 1 February 2019, marks the start of a new era for the European Union and Japan. European businesses can benefit from new opportunities in many sectors.
This week: European Social Innovation Competition launch event, access to finance for small businesses in the Baltic countries, workshop on revitalising the small retail sector, targeted consultation on new guidelines for company reporting on climate-related information.
This week: new rules for EU cross-border payments outside Eurozone, greater transparency for businesses and traders using online platforms, Circular Economy Stakeholder Conference.
Hind Lafram is the young entrepreneur behind Italy’s first modest fashion line. She started out by sharing her designs on social media in 2014. Today, her outfits have been featured in Vogue and she has business partners in Doha and Dubai.