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You find below an overview on EU funded internationalisation initiatives/projects helping SMEs and start-ups to enter new markets.

Access2Markets
The EU trade portal provides information businesses need to trade with third countries, such as on tariffs, taxes, procedures, formalities and requirements, rules of origin, export statistics, trade barriers and much more.

Africa IP SME Helpdesk
A first-line IP assistance service for European SMEs that operate or intend to access the African market.

China IP SME Helpdesk
A first-line IP assistance service for European SMEs that operate or intend to access the China market.

European IP Helpdesk
A first-line intellectual property (IP) service providing free-of-charge support to help European SMEs and beneficiaries of European research programmes.

India IP SME Helpdesk
A first-line IP assistance service for European/COSME SMEs that operate or intend to access the Indian market.

Latin America IP SME Helpdesk
A first-line IP assistance service for European/COSME SMEs that operate or intend to access the Latin America market.

South-East Asia IP SME Helpdesk
A first-line IP assistance service for European SMEs that operate or intend to access the South-East Asia market

EU SME Centre (China)
The EU SME Centre is a European Union initiative that provides services to European businesses getting them ready to do business in China.

EIC Overseas Trade Fairs Programme
The Overseas Trade Fairs Programme supports EIC beneficiaries to promote their commercialisation strategy in foreign markets at popular trade fairs.

AL-INVEST Verde
AL-INVEST Verde is the new edition of the AL Invest programme, the EU-Latin America Alliance for Sustainable Growth and Jobs.

Low Carbon Business Action
This EU funded initiative aims to facilitate the commercialisation of green low-carbon technologies of European businesses in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia and Mexico.

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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.

Sustainable Digital Transformation Training by sustAIn.brussels

Our partner sustAIn.brussels organise trainings powered by ULB & VUB on sustainable digitalisation :  « sustAIn.brussels training powered by ULB & VUB expertise«  Free for SMEs, Start-ups, Mid-Caps & non-profit organisations! For employees of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), Start-ups, Mid-Caps & non-profit organisations based in Brussels Capital Region, financial support is available to make this […]

TEF-Health Call for Start-ups and SMEs

The TEF-Health (Testing and Experimentation Facility for Health AI and Robotics) project is launching a call for start-up and SMEs. What is TEF-Health? TEF-Health is a project funded by the Digital Europe Programme of the European Commission and national funding agencies with a total of about €60 million. It started in 2023 and will last […]

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