Tag ‘SME Week Newsletter’
Youth of Europe – Voices of the future
The Youth of Europe have a voice, plenty of ideas and innovative visions of the future, but how can they make their voices heard? The European Commission values the voices of the future and is proud to announce that the SME Week Youth Essay Competition is back, with a fresh question ready to be answered. Keep reading and visit the News Portal for more information on how to enter.
Have a look through this latest edition for all the EEPA updates as well as upcoming entrepreneurial events and remember that we want YOUR stories, so update us for future editions.
The future of European startup policy – Have YOUR say
Interested in finding out what the most innovative Europeans are up to? What about a chance to have your say in European startup policy making? Or perhaps you have an entrepreneurial project that deserves recognition on European level? You are in the right place!
In this edition of the SME Week Newsletter find out about the latest EEPA 2018 updates, the recent Ideas from Europe finals, an opportunity to contribute to EU startup policy and more.
Read on to find out more and don’t forget that we want to hear YOUR stories, so get in touch to see yourself featured in upcoming editions.
EEPA 2018 – Call for national submissions
Welcome to the March edition of the SME Week Newsletter!
Today we bring you the latest updates from EEPA 2018, the upcoming Ideas from Europe final and the latest events across Europe in the areas of entrepreneurship, innovation, startups and enterprise. Read on for two special features on the Maltese SME Week, and an exciting initiative for SMEs from Austria, both of which highlight the diversity of the European entrepreneurial community.
Interested in learning more? Keep reading and don’t forget to send in your updates and contributions about your latest activities, events and initiatives, to be featured in upcoming editions.
It is that time of the year again, when the European Enterprise Promotion Awards (EEPA) commence and the best projects from all across Europe begin to compete for a place on the EEPA 2018 shortlist.