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Getting young people into work by Nick Prag — last modified 17 September 2014, 23:36 CET
Youth employment was the theme of the week in the European Union. This was despite the postponement of a special EU summit on jobs next month which had been called to boost jobs and jump-start the Union's sluggish economy.
World's first 'patient journey' round London cosmetic surgery clinic by EUbusiness — last modified 17 September 2014, 17:29 CET
A 'world first' is how Google describes the use of its Street View technology to show us around the brand new MYA Fitzroy cosmetic surgery hospital in central London.
Membership Officer, American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union by Amcham EU — last modified 16 September 2014, 14:10 CET
AmCham EU is looking for an Executive Assistant and a Membership Officer
FET Flagships: A novel partnering approach to address grand scientific challenges to boost innovation in Europe by EUbusiness — last modified 16 September 2014, 13:43 CET
The European Commission has published a report on its ambitious science and technology Flagships. The report draws the lessons from setting up the first two such Flagships, Graphene and the Human Brain Project, each representing an investment of EUR 1 billion.
Part time lawyer, EU Aarhus centre, ClientEarth by ClientEarth — last modified 15 September 2014, 23:16 CET
An exciting opportunity for a talented and experienced lawyer to support the development of the EU Aarhus centre.
EBF Tax Conference to review G20 talks on Automatic Exchange by ebffbe — last modified 15 September 2014, 18:50 CET
The annual tax conference of the European Banking Federation this year will analyse progress on plans for an automatic exchange of information between tax authorities, as will be discussed next weekend by finance ministers and central bank governors of G20 countries.
Senior Legal Officer, European Stability Mechanism by ESM — last modified 14 September 2014, 21:32 CET
The European Stability Mechanism in Luxembourg has a vacancy for a Senior Legal Officer.
Learn About Card Markets and Future Payment Solutions at Conference in Copenhagen by Catarina Almeida — last modified 12 September 2014, 11:33 CET
SMi Reports: The Nordic card and payments markets are ranked amongst the world’s most developed.
European Competitiveness Report 2014 - Helping Firms Grow by EUbusiness — last modified 11 September 2014, 22:59 CET
The 2014 edition focuses on the growth of firms, in particular on certain growth-enhancing measures and framework conditions affecting EU firms. These include the availability of different forms of funding – especially important if small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are to expand – as well as the importance of having an efficient and modern public administration in place. Other chapters examine how innovation and its impact on the growth of firms vary over the business cycle, and the extent to which SMEs are active outside their home markets; the forms of their international presence; the impact and drivers of SME internationalisation, and what can be done to increase their presence abroad. This year's edition also contains a chapter on energy costs and energy efficiency, including an assessment of the importance of energy costs in relation to other costs, across manufacturing in general as well as for energy-intensive industries. The European Competitiveness Report, published annually since 1997, gives a quantitative assessment of the competitive performance of EU industries.
Juncker's new-look Commission - a winning team? by Nick Prag — last modified 11 September 2014, 22:16 CET
Last week we learned the names of the new top team for the EU over the next five years. This week Commission President-elect Jean Claude Juncker announced his new Commission team. Is this the start of a new era of policy-making at European level?
UEAPME presents Crafts and SME priorities to nominated Commissioners by European craft and SME employers’ organisation — last modified 11 September 2014, 21:32 CET
EC President Jean-Claude Junker’s announcement of the new structured dossiers’ division for the entering members of the incoming European Commission marks the starting point of a new era of policy making at European level. Indeed, in order to lay the foundation for post-crisis growth and job creation, the new European Commission has to move from a defensive crisis fighting mode to an offensive approach, one driven by strong private investment.
Adviser Banking Supervision/Corporate, European Association of Co-operative Banks by EACB — last modified 09 September 2014, 16:18 CET
The Secretariat of the European Association of Co-operative Banks is looking for a an experienced Adviser for its Banking Supervision/Company Law Department.
Funding Partnerships Manager, Fairtrade International by Fairtrade — last modified 09 September 2014, 16:10 CET
Fairtrade International is looking to recruit a Funding Partnerships Manager
EBF statement on financial transaction tax by ebffbe — last modified 09 September 2014, 12:47 CET
The European Banking Federation regrets to learn that some member states of the European Union envisage pushing forward with the European Commission proposal to introduce a financial transaction tax (FTT), making it clear that they still underestimate the economic impact of this initiative.
Geneva Business School target of continuous controversies by EUbusiness — last modified 17 September 2014, 17:28 CET
Geneva Business School (GBS) is an international, private University based in Switzerland. With campuses in Geneva, Barcelona and Moscow, Geneva Business School (GBS), offers a wide range of courses. The school proposes bachelor programs such as BBA or BSc, Masters Programs, European Masters Programs, and Ph.D. programs.
EU Affairs Director, Eurogas by Eurogas — last modified 04 September 2014, 23:31 CET
Eurogas is seeking to recruit an EU Affairs Director.
Policy Officer on Energy and Climate, European Environmental Bureau by European Environmental Bureau — last modified 04 September 2014, 23:27 CET
The European Environmental Bureau, a federation of more than 140 environmental citizens' organisations based in Brussels, has a vacancy for a Policy Officer on Energy and Climate.
Has the ERDF successfully supported the development of business incubators? - Special Report by EUbusiness — last modified 04 September 2014, 21:18 CET
In recent years, the EU has co-financed business incubator projects in the context of its cohesion policy with the support of the European Regional Development Fund. This is in line with the EU's political priorities, especially in view of the Lisbon and Europe 2020 strategies of supporting the launch and development of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), as they play an important role in the creation of growth and jobs. In this report, the European Court of Auditors assesses whether these business incubator projects were successful in supporting start-up SMEs.
Vacuum cleaners become more energy-efficient by ANEC, the European consumer voice in standardisation — last modified 03 September 2014, 13:36 CET
As of yesterday, vacuum cleaners have to meet EU-wide energy and performance requirements. Consumers buying a vacuum cleaner will also receive labelling information on efficiency, energy use and performance. Stricter wattage requirements will reduce the energy use.
PELLENC ST installs another 23 waste-processing optical sorters in UK by UBIFRANCE UK — last modified 01 September 2014, 16:00 CET
PELLENC Selective Technologies (PELLENC ST) of France, a manufacturer of optical sorting machines for the processing of waste, has announced that it will supply 23 optical sorters (on stream from 2015) to equip four new facilities in the UK. The specialist company, which has considerably strengthened its presence on the British market, will showcase its latest solutions at the RWM trade show, to be held in Birmingham (England) from 16 to 18 September 2014.