EEN

(redirected from Enterprise Europe Network)
AcronymDefinition
EENEnterprise Europe Network
EENEdinburgh Evening News (UK)
EENEnd to End Network
EENEvangelical Environmental Network
EENEquestrian Educational Network (est. 1999)
EENEPHA Environment Network
EENÉnergies Environnement Nature (French: Environment Energy Nature)
EENKeene / Brattleboro, NH, USA - Dillant Hopkins (Airport Code)
EENEastern Educational Network (Public Television)
EENExtended Enterprise Network (Axcelerant)
EENEuropean Employers' Network
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L'Agence, organise en collaboration avec l'Universite de Greenwich et le reseau Enterprise Europe Network, des rencontres d'affaires B2B, le 07 Mars 2018, en marge du salon International "EcoBuild 2018" qui aura lieu a Londres du 06 au 08 Mars 2018.
Enterprise Europe Network Tunisia provides support services to European companies and corporate sponsorship in developing countries, including Tunisia, which has recorded emerging experiences.
Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) is the largest SME and business intermediary network in the world.
The North West Fund has built good relationships with the Enterprise Europe Network and UK Trade and Investment; both of these organisations can help businesses looking to start exporting.
A total of 60 Macedonian companies have signed business deals with foreign partners via the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) in the past seven years.
Only 60 Macedonian companies have signed business deals with foreign partners via the electronic Enterprise Europe Network over the past seven years.
Enterprise Europe Network Midlands (EEN) - the EU's interface with small-tomedium businesses - says that the regulations apply to all products, whether manufactured in the EU or not.
The rest of the programme aims to enable national authorities to reduce red tape, improve SME access to international markets through the Enterprise Europe Network and to promote entrepreneurship.
He is also concerned that the new tasks assigned to Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) in the area of access to financing, innovation and internationalisation may distract it from its main task of providing support for micro enterprises in the regions.
The CCCI business delegation to Israel and the Forum is being organized in collaboration with the Cyprus-Israel Business Association, the Enterprise Europe Network and the Chamber of Israel.
The European-Egyptian Competitiveness Network, a consortium led by the Industrial Modernisation Centre, has joined the Enterprise Europe Network with the aim of opening the doors for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to key international markets.
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