Enterprise Europe Network (EEN)

The Enterprise Europe Network (EENThe Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) is the largest network of contact points providing information and advice to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Europe. The network is active in the 28 EU member states and countries of the EFTA and beyond. It consists of about 600 organisations such as chambers of commerce and regional development agencies, as well as technology centres in universities. The EEN helps companies to find potential partners and experts in other countries. SMEs receive information on technical questions regarding, for example, norms and legal provisions in the EU, but also on EU measures, programmes and financing options. Over 4,000 EEN staff members organise events all over Europe in order to establish business connections for SMEs.) promotes SMEs throughout Europe on behalf of the European Commission. The network includes some 600 organisations within and outside the EU. The Swiss consortium Enterprise Europe Network Switzerland consists of Switzerland Global Enterprise and Euresearch.

As a one-stop-service, the Enterprise Europe Network Switzerland offers support to SMEs with the aim of enabling them to develop and exploit their full business and innovation potential within the European single market. In conjunction with this, the companies are able to draw upon a broad spectrum of SME-friendly support services. The following specialist dossiers provide detailed information on trade-related topics. The additional contacts and links are designed to facilitate tailored research and clarification.

The Enterprise Europe Network (EENThe Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) is the largest network of contact points providing information and advice to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Europe. The network is active in the 28 EU member states and countries of the EFTA and beyond. It consists of about 600 organisations such as chambers of commerce and regional development agencies, as well as technology centres in universities. The EEN helps companies to find potential partners and experts in other countries. SMEs receive information on technical questions regarding, for example, norms and legal provisions in the EU, but also on EU measures, programmes and financing options. Over 4,000 EEN staff members organise events all over Europe in order to establish business connections for SMEs.) promotes SMEs throughout Europe on behalf of the European Commission. The network includes some 600 organisations within and outside the EU. The Swiss consortium Enterprise Europe Network Switzerland consists of Switzerland Global Enterprise and Euresearch.

As a one-stop-service, the Enterprise Europe Network Switzerland offers support to SMEs with the aim of enabling them to develop and exploit their full business and innovation potential within the European single market. In conjunction with this, the companies are able to draw upon a broad spectrum of SME-friendly support services. The following specialist dossiers provide detailed information on trade-related topics. The additional contacts and links are designed to facilitate tailored research and clarification.

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