SME survey on Reach regulation

The Commission is currently revising the REACH Regulation and would like to get views on what are the expected impacts for SMEs of the envisaged changes through a questionnaire. This feedback will help the Commission to improve the way in which the revised REACH Regulation would work for SMEs.

The Supply Chain Resilience platform is now live!

The disintegration of international trade regimes, a raging global pandemic and challenges to the European peace order have strained or even completely disrupted established supply chains. To address these challenges, the Enterprise Europe Network has launched the Supply Chain Resilience platform. The platform helps businesses to retain, re-structure or replace existing supply chains. Network partners can now support European companies to secure the raw materials, parts, components and/or (semi-)finished goods or services they need to keep production rolling.

Survey on testing and certification barriers in EU export markets

This survey is targeted at EU companies manufacturing or selling industrial products. Its aim is to increase awareness among EU industry of the opportunities provided by Mutual Recognition Agreements and to identify specific challenges faced by EU industry in respect of conformity assessment in markets outside the European Union.

Call for tender EU Commission in Luxembourg: cabling works for structured networks

European Commission Call for tender No OIL/LUX/2021/OP/0012 The European Commission has just published a contract notice for the execution of cabling works for telecommunications networks and construction of sensitive premises for telecommunications needs in the Commission’s buildings in Luxembourg. Contracting authority: European Commission, Office for the infrastructure and logistics in Luxembourg (OIL) E-mail: The […]

Votre opinion pour : “Mieux comprendre la double transition écologique et numérique”

La Commission européenne a ouvert un appel à contributions pour un rapport de prospective stratégique 2022 qui permettra de mieux comprendre le lien entre les transitions écologique et numérique.

A new European standardisation strategy

Why is a new standardisation strategy needed ? Technologies of the future bring new challenges. We increasingly rely on standards to ensure that the development of products and services such as batteries or artificial intelligence reflect our democratic values and ensure they respect data protection, cybersecurity, environmental and other considerations. Europe’s competitiveness, technological sovereignty and promotion of EU values, highest social and environmental ambitions will depend on how successful European actors are at international level. It is also essential in supporting European industry on the path of the digital and twin transitions.