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Overview of Japan business opportunities

June 06. 2018.

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.

“Get Ready for Japan” - training

May 22. 2018.

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

What can AR,VR, AI offer to your company?

April 17. 2018.

The Enterprise Europe Network - International Trade Centre North West UK is organizing an event at the UK's biannual International Business Festival, including a 'Digital Transformation Matchmaking Event'  as part of IBF2018.

European Cluster Policy Forum

March 09. 2018.

Clusters play an important role in the European industrial policy. This is also demonstrated by the European Commission’s initiative to set up a high-level European Cluster Policy Forum that includes representatives of country ministries from all 28 EU Member States. Read more here about the key conclusions from the first meeting of the group that was organised in the framework of the European Industry Day on 22 February 2018.

Internationalization of Creative Cultural Industries

January 24. 2018.

Did you know that Enterprise Europe Network has a sector group specialized on Creative and Cultural Industries? Discover more of its function and initiatives and the role of intermediaries to support CCIs from the talk we had with Enikő Schmidt from Pécs-Baranyai Kereskedelmi és Iparkamara.

Enterprise Europe Network SME growth forecast 2017-18

November 20. 2017.

65% of the SMEs that Enterprise Europe Network support expect to increase their turnover in the next 12 months. What's happening on the ground?

How transport entrepreneurs can go the extra mile in 2018

October 26. 2017.

Enterprise Europe Network adviser Rebecca van Leeuwen shares her top five upcoming opportunities for transport sector entrepreneurs to make an impact.

Find the perfect business partner!

August 15. 2017.

OPEN4BUSINESS Matchmaking Event b2b meeting booking starts today

Webinars about Japanese market opportunities

May 23. 2018.

The following webinars will take place in May and June, where you can register free of charge:

gamesmatch@gamescom 2018

April 17. 2018.

The brokerage event organized by Tne Enterprise Europe Network - NRW.Europa in the frame of the world’s most important fair for interactive games already for the 6th time  focuses on developers, publishers and providers of games and offers them the opportunity to meet and discuss future collaboration. From 21 - 25 August 2018 the gamescom - the world's largest trade exhibition in the games industry - will take place in Cologne.

Latest news from the EU Japan Center

March 27. 2018.

The Enterprise Europe Network is very active in Japan. The EU-Japan Centre is pleased to present  the latest issue of its EU-Japan Newsletter.

Practical tips for businesses on e-commerce

February 26. 2018.

For retail companies, digital transformation is a do or die. Digitalisation is an opportunity that should not be missed by any business that wants to become more competitive and grow in Europe and beyond, in particular Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs).

Knowledge transfer and community building in the Creative Sector

December 05. 2017.

Call to an unmissable opportunity to every actor in the cultural and creative sector whose interested in Internationalization.

New Open Innovation Platform: AddVentured!

August 21. 2017.

The Netherlands Chamber of Commerce announces a new open innovation platform (AddVentured) in which large companies can pitch their innovation challenges, and sme’s can interact directly with them to get business out of solving that challenge.

E-commerce: making online shopping safer for consumers

August 10. 2017.

The Commission has today issued guidelines to help national market surveillance authorities better control products sold online. In 2017, 55% of Europeans buy online (2017 Consumer Scoreboard) and get products shipped directly to their door, escaping the authorities' traditional controls. Some of these products might be dangerous and not in line with EU product safety laws, for instance toys containing substances banned in the EU.