The Enterprise Europe Network organizing a company mission dedicated to “INNOVATIONS IN THE ELECTRICAL VEHICLE/ELECTROMOBILITY” topic.
Conference Programme 2018 – with almost 1,000 high-level presentations from all over the world, the programme is offering both a world-class overview and in-depth insights to the latest research in the PV solar energy sector. The international Conference programme is structured in plenary, oral and visual presentations and covers the entire range of PV research, technologies and applications, focusing on the latest scientific, technological and market-related trends.
The fusion of Soft Flow Hungary Ltd. member of Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Pécs-Baranya and FOSS, a Danish biotechnology firm resulted in a new investment, when the Danish firm laid the cornerstone of a HUF 2 billion R&D center in Pécs (SW Hungary).
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Pécs-Baranya presents to you the digest of tenders published by Japanese government organisations during the past week and which we think are suitable business opportunities for European SMEs.
The Digest lists WTO tenders, open to companies with supplier classification C and/or D, which is the most common for SMEs.
The following webinars will take place in May and June, where you can register free of charge:
Artificial Intelligence, robotics and big data are revolutionising the way we live and work.
Researchers evaluated tools in several European countries and presented the results on a conference.
In cooperation with international partners from the EU funded project ‘Job Developer’ occupational scientists from the Ruhr University Bochum (RUB) evaluated new actions against youth unemployment. From 2015 until 2018 the project team developed a certification program. Experienced professionals can use that program to educate themselves further to mentors in order to support young job applicants on their journey to become self-employed. The researchers identified potentials and resistances of the actions which they discussed on the conference on the 6th of June 2018 at the RUB against the background of digitalisation.
Traditional 9-to-5 working patterns and the idea of a job for life could be things of the past. The digital economy means our work lives have changed so much that they’re almost unrecognisable from a few years ago.
The Enterprise Europe Network is also present in Japan. The EU-Japan Centre is pleased to present the latest issue of its EU-Japan Newsletter filled with business opportunities.
According to Eurostat's data, a total of 339,000 Hungarian, app. 5% of active population, were working in another EU state in 2017.
The EU-Japan Centre is currently calling for applications for its next training programme in Japan:
“Get Ready for Japan” from 5 – 16 November 2018
Application deadline: Thursday, 21 June 2018