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

Single Market Programme approved by European Parliament

The Single Market Programme has been approved by the European Parliament. The regulation, published in the EU Official Journal, entered into force on 3 May and will apply retroactively from 1 January 2021. The Single Market Programme aims to strengthen the EU’s internal market by supporting a wide range of activities, from improving food safety to helping SMEs. The overarching goal is to foster cooperation and improve sustainability within the Single Market.  Enterprise Europe Network is also part of this programme.

SME panel on the Sustainable Products Initiative

An SME panel on the Sustainable Products Initiative (SPI) aims to gather the views of SMEs on the Sustainable Products Initiative that was announced in last year’s Circular Economy Action Plan and is due to be delivered by the end of 2021.

Looking for European funding?

We regularly receive emails from entrepreneurs looking for European funding in general but cannot always respond positively. We explain you here some key principles to understand before contacting us.

Events View all events

18-20.05.2021 Save the date : Digital Enterprise Show Brokerage Event 2021

18 May, 2021
EEN will organise an international brokerage event at the DES2021 (Digital Enterprise Show 2021) The main objective of the event is to create a meeting forum for companies, start-ups, spin-offs, research institutes, universities and other organizations that are actively engaged within the field of ITC, Digitalization, Big Data, and related technologies and applications. Participants may […]

20.05.2021 – Webinar “Tapping into Nigeria’s Talent Pool for a Rapid Economic Rebound”

20 May, 2021
The Nigerian – Belgian Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise Europe Network Nigeria partner, in collaboration with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and Aldelia, a global manpower company, would like to invite you to an information session to present the MATCH project. MATCH is a 36‑month initiative funded by the European Union (EU) aimed at providing […]

25.05.2021 Biomedica on the Move 2021 Business opportunities in Innovative Materials in Life Sciences

25 May, 2021
The Enterprise Europe Network, in which ZENIT is partner, cordially invites you to attend the international virtual matchmaking event “Business meetings Biomedica on the move 2021”.It will take place on the occasion of the 3rd edition of the hybrid conference “Biomedica on the Move“. The event is (co-)organized by Enterprise Europe Network partners, among others, […]

26-28.05.2021 – EU Open for Business – A new compass for SMEs

26 May, 2021
DG GROW is organising ’EU Open for Business – A new compass for SMEs’, a series of webinars designed to help entrepreneurs and business intermediaries navigate through the various EU support tools and mechanisms for Small and Medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The webinars can also help SMEs recover after the COVID-19 pandemic and make the transition to a more sustainable and digital economy. The online event will take place on 26-28 May.

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