Discover a selection of international business opportunities
Enterprise Europe Brussels has selected a number of business opportunities communicated by network partners in other countries.
8 unmissible (funding) opportunities for SMEs / start-ups / scale-ups
Some R&DI projects financed by the European Commission are issuing a number of calls with cascading funds. In other cases, large accounts / multinationals open technical challenges (technical problems / issues) that innovative SMEs / start-ups or scale-ups can solve. In both cases, real opportunities for SMEs, start-ups and scale-ups
“SMEs: lost in transition? How to get EU help and funding to support your sustainable transition”
Enterprise Europe Brussels and NCP Brussels are organizing a joint event for Brussels-based SMEs on sustainable transition
27.02-01.03.23 Hybrid BtoB meetings with large companies during the Mobile World Congress
MWC Open Innovation Challenge 2023 is a B2B international meetings event between: corporations, investors and solution/technology providers. Large corporations such as Sony, Astra Zeneca, EDF, IKEA, Samsung, Alstom, Deutsche Bahn, HP, Hyundai, IBM, Renault, LG (to name but a few) are looking for innovative suppliers to answer specific challenges. You will find the list of […]
Why should an Incoterm be indicated in a contract for the international delivery of goods?
The Incoterms determine the costs, risks and customs obligations between buyer and seller internationally for the transport of goods. The delivery of goods internationally also implies practical agreements between the seller and the buyer. The Incoterms® rules (International Commercial Terms) were created to determine the legal liability of each party.
Sell products in the EU — Cross-border delivery of your goods
Companies operating in Europe can benefit from the EU Single Market. Most goods can thus move freely within the European territory, without additional costs or quantitative restrictions. This is called the free movement of goods.