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Successful completion of the first 2009 EU Gateway Business Mission to Japan renews strength of EU- Japan business cooperation
9 March 2009 Press Release
Survey highlights lack of information and funds as main obstacles to greater SME energy efficiency
A new EUROCHAMBRES survey, presented at a European Sustainable Energy Week event in Brussels today reveals that businesses are conscious of the importance and ...
Business confidence is on the rise but an upswing is not near: SME survey
Small businesses’ confidence is on the rise for the second semester in a row but remains well below its pre-crisis levels, according to an EU-wide survey ...
Entrepreneurship Action Plan
The Entrepreneurship Action Plan is a blueprint for decisive action to unleash Europe's entrepreneurial potential, to remove existing obstacles and to ...
Brussels bids to revive Europe's city centres
The EU Commission published a set of best practices for the retail sector Thursday in a bid to revive city centres and increase innovation and competitiveness ...
Enterprise policies - calls for proposals
Calls for proposals : European Small Business Portal
Skills vital to digital and sustainability transition and economic recovery
Welcoming the updated EU Skills Agenda for Europe published today, EuroCommerce Director-General Christian Verschueren said:
Brussels presents new employment agenda
The European Commission outlined a package Wednesday to give improve opportunities for young people in a post-Covid Europe to develop their potential and ...
75 start-ups, SMEs selected for EU innovation funding pilot
'Blended' grant and equity financing formed part of a funding package for 75 promising start-ups and smaller businesses announced Thursday, in a pilot offer ...
New Block Exemption Regulation - briefing
The European Commission has adopted a new Regulation that 'block exempts' distribution and supply agreements at different levels of the production and ...
Small Business Act: a not so happy birthday, say SMEs
The Small Business Act adopted exactly one year ago by the Council has had a limited impact on the ground so far and much remains to be done to ensure the full ...
From 18 April 2016, new rules have changed the way EU countries and public authorities spend a large part of the €1.9 trillion paid for public procurement ...
Public procurement initiative
To strengthen the Single Market and as part of the continuous effort to stimulate investment in the EU, the European Commission has put forward an initiative ...
The United States and the EU share the aim of helping businesses – particularly SMEs – protect and enforce their intellectual property rights (IPR) in foreign ...
Report on single market integration and competitiveness in the EU and its member states - 2015
The economic performance of the EU has improved in 2014 relative to the two previous years. While growth rates remain low and it will take time to reduce ...
Roadmap to a deeper and fairer Single Market
The European Commission presented on 28 October a roadmap to unleash the full potential of the Single Market and make it the launchpad for Europe to thrive in ...
SEPA: Broad range of stakeholders beginning to see huge problems
SEPA (the Single European Payments Area) risks being a massive failure unless key issues are resolved, particularly regarding the security of the Direct Debit ...
SMEunited welcomes the new European Skills Agenda
With the new Skills Agenda, the European Commission acknowledges that there is a political momentum for a new approach to skills. SMEunited fully shares the ...
EU plans for cutting red tape, with less but better regulation
As the United Kingdom begins to gear up for its referendum on EU membership following the Conservative win in the general election, the European Commission ...
EU businesses need transparent and fair online platforms: MEPs
An EU Parliament committee approved Thursday a draft law which requires online platforms such as Google and Amazon to end unfair practices to businesses and ...
eBusiness
By enabling companies to sell to consumers and work with partners without being physically present, the European Commission sees eBusiness as being essential ...
Europe's .eu a soaring success in cyberspace
The .eu online domain name is enjoying a runaway success in cyberspace with over 2.5 million registered users during its first year.
.eu one year on - questions & answers
This April 2007, Europe's internet domain .eu celebrates its first year of being open to the public. Over 2.5 million domain names have been registered. This ...
Fighting Spam in the EU
The EU Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive applies to the processing of personal data in connection with the provision of public electronic ...
Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs)
The use of Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) can help to design information and communication systems and services in a way that minimises the collection ...
Business demography
Business demography in 17 EU Member States, Norway and Switzerland. Results from 1997 to 2003. Data on enterprise births, deaths, and survival of newly born ...
The EU Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) today publishes its new report "Homophobia and Discrimination on Grounds of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in ...
EU Copyright Directive
The 2001 EU directive extended copyright protection to the Internet and other new media.
Industrial Property Rights Strategy for Europe - guide
The European Commission adopted on 16 July two initiatives in the area of copyright. First, the Commission proposes to align the copyright term for performers ...
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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