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EU late payment campaign
Every year across Europe thousands of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) go bankrupt waiting for their invoices to be paid. Yet late payment of bills is often ...
Doing business in Slovenia: Sustainability
The Slovenian Development Strategy is the document that provides businesses with guidance on how to become more sustainable.
Make sure UTP negotiations help farmers - and consumers
Today's European Parliament Plenary gave a mandate to Paolo de Castro MEP to start negotiations with the Council and Commission on the Directive on Unfair ...
New industrial revolution communication
Europe needs to reverse the declining role of industry for the 21st century with the aim to deliver sustainable growth, create high-value job and solve ...
Review of European Company Statute - briefing
The European Company Statute (SE) gives companies operating in more than one Member State the possibility to reorganise their cross-border business under one ...
Revision of Public Procurement Directives
New EU rules on public procurement and concession contracts approved by the European Parliament on 15 January 2014 are expected to ensure better quality and ...
ESBA Calls for a Stronger, Standardised SME Test
Today (5 October), the European Commission, national governments and European business representatives met in Brussels to discuss the current state of the SME ...
European Commission's Insolvency proposal: good but needs more punch for MSMEs
On 22 November 2016, the European Commission presented its proposal for a Directive on preventive restructuring frameworks, second chance and measures to ...
ESBA Board meeting hosted by Google
On 3 February 2017, Google Brussels kindly hosted ESBA for its first Board meeting of the year.
ESBA starts Subscriber Service for individual businesses
As of 1 March, individual companies can become direct ESBA subscribers. We aim to bring together a great variety of businesses from across the EU to network, ...
ESBA Press Release: Work-life balance off balance
On 26 April 2017, the European Commission published the European Pillar of Social Rights Package.
Commission Mulls Revision of SME Definition
On 8 June 2017, the European Commission published an inception impact assessment regarding a potential revision of the EU SME definition.
EU misses the mark with Geoblocking decision
On 6 of February the European Parliament Plenary approved the agreement on the geo-blocking regulation, reached in trilogue by the European Institutions 2017. ...
Commission Unveils Platforms to Business Proposal
Today (26 April), the European Commission unveiled a proposal on promoting fairness and transparency for business users of online intermediation services ...
EU Summit must deliver for SMEs, despite Brexit
Ahead of the meeting of the European Council, the General Assembly of SMEunited issued a declaration asking the Heads of State and Government to respond to the ...
Headlong rush on UTP directive is jettisoning EU principles - and won't help any farmer
Ahead of the final scheduled trilogue on the Unfair Trading Practices Directive tomorrow, retailers and wholesalers warned negotiators not to forget ...
Doing business in the Netherlands: Environmental rules
Dutch businesses must comply with specific environmental regulations, which are based on the Environmental Management Act and incorporated within general ...
Profits of Europe's SMEs on the rise: ECB survey
Smaller businesses in Europe have reported increasing profits for the first time since the beginning in 2009 of a European Central Bank survey, which also ...
Access to finance
A guide on the financial support available to businesses in Cyprus.
Retailers and wholesalers warn of risks in collective redress proposal
Speaking today after the vote of the European Parliament JURI Committee report on collective redress, EuroCommerce Director-General Christian Verschueren ...
The European Commission has presented a proposal for a European Foundation Statute in order to facilitate the cross-border activities of public benefit purpose ...
A simplification agenda for the 2014-2020 MFF
The European Commission has adopted a Communication on the simplification of access to EU funds in the next financial period (2014-2020). Within the framework ...
Building Entrepreneurial Mindsets and Skills in the EU - Guidebook Series: Hands-on advice for SMEs
A Smart Guide on promoting and facilitating entrepreneurship education for young people with the help of EU structural funds
Using standards to support growth, competitiveness and innovation - Guidebook Series: Hands-on advice for SMEs
A smart guide on promoting and facilitating SME competitiveness through the development and use of standards with the help of EU structural funds
Access to finance
Finance for small and medium sized enterprises in Bulgaria can be obtained by anyone who is a trader according to the Commercial Law, as well as self-employed ...
Access to finance
An overview of the finance programmes for small and medium businesses in Denmark.
Setting up a business in Estonia
An overview of the process of starting a new business in Estonia.
Access to finance
An overview of the sources of finance available to SMEs in Estonia.
Starting a business in Finland
The Finnish administrative authorities aim to help entrepreneurs starting a business in the country in all areas. Many companies located in Finland do business ...
Access to finance
An overview of the sources of finance available to SMEs in Finland.
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No renegotiation for Mrs May's Brexit deal
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