Congratulations to our colleaques of Enterprise Europe Brussels !
In 2018, the Enterprise Europe Network marks its tenth anniversary. To commemorate this milestone, Network partners across the world will be celebrating alongside some of the 2,6 million small businesses that they have helped to innovate and grow internationally.
Who has the Network been helping?
Embedded in local business structures and connected across the globe, the Network's 600 partner organisations are perfectly positioned to support businesses across dozens of sectors from every corner of the EU.
Network advisers have been supporting businesses in sectors from agriculture to artificial intelligence with practical advice and trusted connections. Their unique combination of local knowledge and global reach has meant that thousands of companies have been able to access international markets and grow their businesses further and faster.
How has the Network been helping businesses?
Close to half a million companies have benefitted from personalised business advice that has helped them to enhance their international potential. Learn how the Network helped guide Spanish company Robotnik towards international success
More than 230,000 companies have made 700,000 international business connections through Network-led initiatives such as brokerage events and company missions. Learn how the Network helped Polish company Agromat connect with companies across the EU.
Close to 10,000 companies have already benefitted from tailored innovation support services that were introduced in 2014. Even more high-potential companies are already benefitting from targeted scale-up services that were introduced in 2017. Learn how the Network supported Dutch company Heliox to take its innovative technology onto the global stage.
Why turn to the Network?
These are just a few of the companies that have benefitted from the Network’s support. Companies across Europe and beyond are turning to the Network as a reliable partner with a proven track record in helping companies achieve their international ambitions.
EEN Contact in Brussels is: Barbara Andreani