The open public consultation will seek the views of business, the public and representative organisations.
A survey conducted among 10 EU Members States – e.g. Hungary – reveals that half of them still lack comprehensive financial support measures for energy audits and do not provide grants for the implementation of energy management systems (EMS), as required by the Energy Efficiency Directive. The study was conducted by EUROCHAMBRES to assess the availability of SME-support programmes for energy efficiency, two and a half years after the deadline for transposing the directive into national law. Moreover, the study shows that existing support schemes are often not SME-friendly, due to low co-funding rates and high minimum thresholds for investments.
On behalf of Organizing Committee, it is our pleasure to invite you to the
20th Congress of Hungarian Geomathematicians and
9th Congress of Croatian and Hungarian Geomathematicians.
The conference is organized by the Hungarian Geological Society, co-organized by the Geomathematics and Informatics Section and the South Transdanubian Regional Branch of HGC, the Croatian Geological Society, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Geomathematical Subcommittee of Committee on Geology and Regional Committee in Pécs, the Cluster of Applied Earth Sciences and the Enterprise Europe Network Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Pécs-Baranya.
CNA Lombardia, Unioncamere Lombardia and other EEN partners from SIMPLER and ALPS Consortia are co-organizing a brokerage event that will take place on the 5th and 6th April 2017 on the occasion of Fuorisalone, during Milan Design Week (4-9 April 2017).
International evidence is clear. A small number of high-growth firms are vital to driving job growth and overall economic growth and productivity in the longer term. So scale-up companies are crucial to Europe's competitive advantage. David Golding, from EEN UK, was co-chair of the recent Network Working Group on scale-ups. He shares the findings and recommendations of this forward-looking collective work and gives insights into the important role the Network has to play.
The Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and The Slovenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs are the co-organizers of „Together in Africa” Hungarian - Slovenian Business Conference
About 80% of EU funding is granted through programmes managed in the EU countries themselves. Where the European Commission directly manages funding, it does so by awarding grants, launching tendering procedures, etc. This section provides more detailed information on how to apply for funding managed directly by the Commission.
The Creative Europe programme will help to mobilise up to EURO 600 million of financing to SMEs in the cultural and creative sectors.
InnoSport 2017 Brokerage event offers a great opportunity to companies engaged in competition and extreme sports, dealing with smart sport applications, leisure activities and equipment, health-conscious products or medical improvements to find new business partners, explore new market potentials and increase competitiveness and visibility on international markets.