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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.
Setting up a business in the UK
No permission is required to establish a business presence in the UK, although there are regulations on the use of business names and certain business sectors ...
Doing business in the UK: Environmental rules
Businesses in the UK have a legal responsibility for the impact they have on the environment.
Access to finance
There are various sources of funding, support and advice available for business owners from a variety of UK bodies.
Doing business in the UK: Sustainability
UK legislation requires businesses to comply with minimum social and environmental rules. This guide provides general information on environmental rules and ...
Doing business in the UK: Staff welfare
Labour legislation covers basic workplace standards which employers must follow. These include protection against discrimination, the right to equal pay and ...
Starting a business in Greece
An overview of the process of starting a new business in Greece.
Access to finance
Information about the sources of finance available to SMEs in Greece.
Retailers and wholesalers warn of dangers from direct consumer imports
Speaking today on the occasion of the International Product Safety Week, Christian Verschueren, Director-General of EuroCommerce said: "Our members are deeply ...
EU top Court affirms freedom of establishment
An EU Member State cannot impose mandatory liquidation on firms that transfer their registered office to another state, the European Court of Justice affirms ...
ENVI Committee fails to hit the right target on plastic litter
The European Parliament Environment Committee voted today to amend the Commission's proposal on the reduction of the impact of plastics on the environment. ...
European Retail Action Plan and Green Paper on unfair trading practices in the business-to-business food and non-food supply chain
The European Commission has adopted a European Retail Action Plan and a Green Paper on unfair trading practices in the business-to-business food and non-food ...
Improving the Single Market for SMEs
SMEs in Europe enjoy the freedoms of the Single Market and recognise its added value for the European Union, an added value that goes beyond boosting the ...
Modernisation of the European Trade Mark System
The European Commission has presented a package of initiatives to make trade mark registration systems all over the European Union cheaper, quicker, more ...
SMEs, resource efficiency and green markets
The European Commission has published an extensive survey - the second of its kind - to understand the views and attitudes of small and medium sized ...
European SMEs getting greener - Eurobarometer no 381
Compared to last year, European SMEs are becoming more resource efficient and are contributing substantially to the transition towards a low-carbon economy, ...
Trade secrets directive to protect innovation in Europe
New EU rules to help firms win legal redress against theft or misuse of their trade secrets were agreed by EU ministers Friday, the aim being to protect ...
Energy research in 7th framework programme
As described in the Commission's Green Paper on a European strategy for sustainable, competitive and secure energy , Europe has entered into a new energy era. ...
SMEs Guides
Guides on the EU Enterprise policy for small- and medium-sized enterprises.
Brussels reaches data-sharing agreement with Airbnb, Booking on short-term lets
A landmark agreement with Airbnb, Booking and others on data sharing, reached Thursday by the EU Commission, will allow Eurostat to publish data on their ...
Circular economy needs harmonised approach across Europe and whole supply chain involved
Responding to the Commission Circular Economy Action Plan published today, EuroCommerce Director-General Christian Verschueren underlined the retail and ...
Corporate governance package
The European Commission has today adopted measures to improve the corporate governance of around 10 000 companies listed on Europe’s stock exchanges. This ...
Single-Member Companies Directive
Today, SMEs face too many obstacles that hamper their economic activities within the Single Market. From the perspective of company law, they often find it ...
Electronic identification, signatures and trust services - guide
The European Commission has proposed new rules to enable cross-border and secure electronic transactions in Europe. The proposed Regulation will ensure people ...
Commission sets out EU approach to innovation
In a Communication presented on 6 October 2010, the European Commission maps out the road towards the Innovation Union, marking a new milestone for this ...
The SME Performance Review is one of the main tools the European Commission uses to monitor and assess countries' progress in implementing the Small Business ...
EU Alerts

EUbusiness Week no. 851
Time to speed up climate action
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The Week Ahead no. 482
World Health Summit - sustainable chemical conversion - clean energy for EU islands - future EU financing - protecting EU products in China

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