Success stories of European companies entering global markets with the support of EEN International Network Partners in non EU countries.

Enterprise Europe Network is present in 29 non EU countries with local business support organisations part of the Network as International Network Partners. They provide valuable support to EU companies looking for information, advice and contacts in their non EU target countries. Have a look on some success stories and achievements reached by EU companies in non EU countries.

Online business support for EU service exporters to Canada, Japan, Switzerland and the UK

Access2Markets portal provides online business support to service exporters covering one hundred services sectors across four of the EU’s key trading partners: Canada, Japan, Switzerland, and the UK.

What’s the best intellectual property strategy for South-East Asia?

The South-East Asia IP SME Helpdesk supports SMEs in the EU to both protect and enforce their intellectual property (IP) rights in or relating to South-East Asian countries, through the provision of free information and services.

InnoBuyer innovation procurement call: 60K for SMEs developping solutions in healthcare, transport, justice and energy sectors Copy

InnoBuyer is an innovative public procurement project financed by the European Innovation Council under Horizon Europe. They currently have an open call that aims at funding SMEs that can solve a series of predefined challenges issued by public actors that face unmet needs in the healthcare, transport, justice and energy sectors. What’s in it for […]

Open Pitch Day 2023 of Fraport AG (Frankfurt Airport) for innovative, digital startups

Pioneering ideas, technologies and business models to create the airport of the future via an Open Pïtch Day

Developing internationally? 5 essential tips for SMEs with the support of Enterprise Europe Network

Expanding your business abroad can be both challenging and full of growth opportunities. But where to start? We have gathered 5 practical tips to help you navigate internationalisation successfully.

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