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Two Short Online Open Courses on the New European Bauhaus

EIT Community is organizing two new learning opportunities for anyone curious about the history, theory, and practical application of the New European Bauhaus movement and its principles of sustainability, inclusivity, and aesthetics. Hosted on Future Learn, the two short courses are free of charge and available to start right away, to learn at your own […]

A brief guide on how to use Free Trade Agreements

Using EU Free Trade Agreements in export / import operations allows businesses to reduce tariffs of customs duties for the import of goods in the destination countries. There are required conditions to fulfill and a process to be followed with the importer. Businesses can improve their competitiveness compared with companies from non EU countries not benefitting from such free trade agreements.

EU and Kenya sign ambitious Economic Partnership Agreement

The EU and Kenya announced end of last year the political conclusion of the negotiations for an Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA). The Agreement will boost trade in goods and create new economic opportunities, with targeted cooperation to enhance Kenya's economic development. It is the most ambitious EU trade deal with a developing country when it comes to sustainability provisions such as climate and environmental protection and labour rights.

Funding Opportunity: Innovative Health Initiative (IHI)

The Innovative Health Initiative (IHI) is a partnership for health research and innovation between the EU (funded through Horizon Europe) and Europe’s life science industries. Scientists from academia, diverse industry sectors, SMEs, mid-sized companies, hospitals and patients’ organisations are encouraged to get involved. The IHI holds regular calls for proposals and you can sign up […]

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.

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