Enterprise Europe Network

The Enterprise Europe Network helps European businesses innovate and grow internationally.
The Network is active in more than 60 countries worldwide. It brings together 3,000 experts from more than 600 member organizations.
Do you want to innovate? Do you want to grow internationally?

The Enterprise Europe Network Brussels’ experts provide :

– advisory support and services for international growth and for facing the challenges of the Single market
– helps to find business partners
– and gives support for business innovation

The Brussels companies can reach the Enterprise Europe Network Brussels’ experts at hub.brussels and at the Chamber of Commerce of Brussels.

Access to the Partnership Opportunities Database – Your benefits
  • It contains thousands of business, technology and research cooperation requests and offers from companies.
  • The database is accessible for free.
  • With the support of your Enterprise Europe Network Brussels expert, you can disseminate a company profile with the description of your activity and your cooperation offer/request.
  • You can also subscribe to receive alerts on new requests and offers.

Latest Activity View all news

KVK Business Challenges for circularity: open innovation with Dutch large-accounts

The Dutch Chamber of Commerce (KVK) has set up an on-line open innovation platform that brings together corporates and SMEs to develop innovative, new business together. Who is it for? For companies who believe that innovating together leads to better solutions and healthy business. – For large companies that are looking for creative SMEs to […]

COVID-X Funding & Acceleration Programme Open Call #2 (DEADLINE 22.07.21)

COVID-X is an exclusive acceleration program funded by the European Commission as part of the response plan to defeat COVID-19 with data-driven technology.

Set up of the Advanced Technologies for Industry (ATI) project

Advanced Technologies for Industry (ATI) project The EU’s industrial policy approach promotes the creation of a competitive European industry. In order to properly support the implementation of policies and initiatives, a systematic monitoring of technological trends and reliable, up-to-date data on advanced technologies is needed. To this end, the Advanced Technologies for Industry (ATI) project […]

Events View all events

17-06-2021 Tech4SmartCities

17 June, 2021
Tech4SmartCities is an international online match making event with a pitching session organised by Enterprise Europe Brussels. It focusses on sustainable and smart technologies for cities. The event is open to private companies (including SMEs and large enterprises), public authorities and municipalities, universities and research centres, industry and associations and participation is free. The focus […]

23.06.2021 – 24.06.2021 General Purpose Technologies & Emerging Technologies – Virtual Brokerage Event

23 June, 2021
The General Purpose Technologies (GPTs) & Emerging Technologies Brokerage Event is designed for UK and international businesses seeking to share their knowledge and build business collaborations. The brokerage event is delivered by Innovate UK EDGE, in partnership with Enterprise Europe Network. It will run over two days and will take place on: Wednesday, 23 June […]

23-24.06.2021 – European Research and Innovation Days

23 June, 2021
European Research and Innovation Days is the European Commission’s annual flagship Research and Innovation event, bringing together policymakers, researchers, entrepreneurs and the public to debate and shape the future of research and innovation in Europe and beyond.

24-25.06.2021 European Logistics Innovation Day

24 June, 2021
The second edition of the European Logistics Innovation Day will be held on 24th and 25th June 2021. After the successful premiere in 2020, we would like to highlight innovations for logistics and supply chains once more. Find out which innovations will shape the future of the sector.

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