The Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) supports innovative entrepreneurs free of charge with their internationalisation needs.
The EEN advisors help with:
- finding business partners in other countries
- advice on innovation and the added value of your technology
- mediation for technological collaborations
- information on European legislation and regulations, including CE marking
- information on European programmes and funds and on the European Investment Bank
- advice on financing for SMEs
- guidance if you want to digitise, improve your sustainability, or participate in European R&D projects
The network consists of 600 organisations in 68 countries. EEN works nationally and internationally with chambers of commerce, government agencies and organisations for business and innovation development and knowledge centres.
Who is the network for?
EEN is meant for entrepreneurs. In addition, the following organisations are welcome to use the network:
- research institutes
- technology centres
- organisations for business development and innovation development
European legislation and regulations
EEN has expertise in the field of legislation and regulation, particularly in relation to CE marking and doing business in the European Union. The consultants of EEN are also your point of contact for any comments or complaints about EU legislation that is an obstacle for successful operations in the European market. Together with you, they will look at the possible impact that European regulations could have on your business, and will pass on any complaints directly to the European Commission.
What does Enterprise Europe Network offer?
- Finding business partners for technological collaboration and international trade
- Strengthening your innovation potential
- Market information for trade & export
- All information on European legislation and regulations.