On the first day, the EU-Korea delegation took part in an interactive high-level cluster cooperation seminar and various bilateral matchmaking sessions. He called for closer and more intensive cluster cooperation following the signature of the administrative arrangement signed between the two entities earlier this year. Mr Eunhyung Cho, Assistant Director at the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy of Korea emphasised the great cooperation perspectives offered by the new administrative arrangement for both Korea and the European Union. The four speakers then participated in a panel discussion and answered questions from the audience on a range of topics including how to best enhance the impact of cluster matchmaking exchanges. The next session focussed on EU-Korea business and research collaboration support mechanisms. Finally, Professor Kyung-soo Kim, from the Korea Polytechnic University provided insights on the cooperation network model of industry and university in Korea and invited European cluster to join his upcycling cluster initiative.
The Mission to Japan: 60 European healthcare SMEs have participated in a very successful mission
Providing support to SMEs has been a long-standing policy of the European Union, particularly helping them to establish businesses and succeed overseas. However, there are, he explains, various tools at the disposal of EU SMEs to help them internationalise and thrive. In a globalised world, SMEs need to be able to face up to increasing competition from developed and emerging economies and to plug into the new market opportunities these countries are providing. International activities reinforce growth, enhance competitiveness and support the long-term sustainability of companies.
clusters, was to facilitate contacts between European companies in an together with 10 companies and research centres participated at this mission, where POINTEX, as leader of the activity, presented the results of the matchmaking held during incubation of SMEs and micro-SMEs related to these technologies.
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The new ECCP provides a wide range of information and services to facilitate the interaction between clusters not only within Europe but also with international partners. The organisation of this matchmaking event is facilitated by a consortium led by inno TSD France , in collaboration with Iranians clusters.
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B2B Meetings: what can you expect? The objective is to match Belgian and other European companies with Chinese partners to export European cleantech technology to the Chinese market. Based on your needs and preferences, we will facilitate tailor-mademeetings with relevant partners and Chinese investors. You will also be part of a European EC2i initiative, which includes networking with other European technology providers and a clear follow-up process. China is one of the world’s largest market for cleantech.
cooperation through the further development of the European to increase the internationalisation of SMEs and their integration into global value regions in the cluster-to-cluster matchmaking sessions of the Missions for Growth of the.
Or sign up with your account:. Under this Preparatory phase, applicants are invited to propose preparatory actions that contribute to establish a “European Strategic Cluster Partnership — Going International” respecting all the characteristics defined in the Call, to develop a joint internationalisation strategy for the Partnership with common goals towards specific third markets and a roadmap for implementation facilitating the internationalisation of its SME members.
Small and medium-sized enterprises SME play a crucial role in reaching the objectives of the Europe Strategy1. Whereas they are considered as crucial engines for growth and job creation, their competitiveness is affected by a limited exploitation of international opportunities and innovation prospects in the Single Market and beyond. In this context, the Programme for the competitiveness of enterprises and small and medium-sized enterprises 2, COSME , aims to promote growth and to strengthen the competitiveness and sustainability of enterprises in the European Union.
In a globalised world, SMEs need to be able to confront increasing competition from developed and emerging economies and to plug into the new market opportunities these countries will provide. There is a direct link between internationalisation and increased performance of SMEs. International activities reinforce growth, enhance competitiveness and support the long-term sustainability of companies.
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On this page, Small and Medium sized Enterprises will find information on specific European Commission funded supports which they can benefit from when starting or doing business with Japan. With over partner organisations located in 52 countries, the Enterprise Europe Network is the largest network of contact points providing information and support for SMEs in the fields of international business cooperation, innovation, knowledge and technology transfer and cooperation in EU programmes.
The Network is funded by the European Commission and its services are free of charge.
Started in in Belgium, the cluster is now active in different countries in direct link between internationalisation and increased performance of SMEs. international study visits, partnering or “matchmaking” missions that facilitate finding.
The EU-Western Balkans cluster policy and matchmaking event is set up to support clusters as networking support organisations especially for SMEs, in their mission to open up new markets, to collaborate on cross-sectoral level and provide first relevant contacts to their members. The event represents a unique opportunity for European and Western Balkan clusters to explore common areas of interest for cooperation and build complementarities in terms of sectoral, value chain and market focus.
These activities are carried out to support efforts of cluster organisations in developing partnerships and business cooperation in European and global markets, for the benefit of their members. The European Cluster Collaboration Platform provides a visible framework for cluster collaboration and for subsequent events. It provides a wide range of information and services to facilitate the interaction between clusters, not only within Europe but also with international partners.
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MobiGoIn-Action support potential business partnerships and technological opportunities in USA, Canada, China and Singapore to initiate business collaborations for companies in the field of smart mobility innovation in our two target markets Automotive and Smart Cities. The matchmaking will consist in B2B meetings and trainings. This event will be an opportunity for SMEs to work together, to valorise their own innovative aspects, to structure a joint competitive offer by building upon their mutual competences, and to set up strategic partnerships.
The Internationalisation Mission to China is a 4-day Mission that will be held 3 days in Ningbo and 1 day in Shanghai. The 4-day mission is expected to take place within the first two weeks of September.
1 Small and medium enterprises are referred to as SMEs Five phases in strategic internationalisation. 8 Cluster-to-cluster matchmaking – speed dating to expand the network. 29 appendix 4: Checklist for a successful innovation mission or company mission 50 European Cluster Observatory has a well-.
After two years, four missions, four webinars, 6 business collaborations signed, several partnership agreement signed, more than meetings organized for SMEs in the targeted countries, a lot of European SMEs accompanied abroad and more… the EC2i project is coming to an end. We want to thank YOU! During the two years of the project, EC2i consortium attended different events.
What was the purpose? The consortium attended 7 major events during the two years of the project. The purpose was to present the EC2i project to several stakeholders : other clusters, SMEs, public authorities or potential partners. The events have allowed improving […]. What was the mission?
High Level EU visit in Kiev, Ukraine
The overall objective of the event was to foster collaborations between European and Canadian clusters for the benefit of their SME members. This is the first time we participated in a New Frontiers in Food NF4 mission and it has been a very interesting experience. The meeting with the representatives of other associated groups was constructive and we had the opportunity to share visions, business ideas and contacts.
In cursive we have visited TECPAR, and Meeting with various companies, where we have also made a presentation of ours and contacted possible collaborating companies. We would never have decided to go to the FFT [
Assessing the Implementation of the Small Business Act for Europe OECD, European Financial support programmes should be deployed only in response to actual clusters and supplier upgrading schemes (e.g. skills development, training on Challenges Policy instruments Lack of finance for SME internationalisation.
Call for expression-India-FV2. As part of a new policy aimed at promoting international cluster cooperation for the benefit of SMEs,. This action shall facilitate the internationalisation of European SMEs involved in these business. These events shall also contribute to prepare the ground for. The event will take place in. The European Cluster Collaboration Plat for m is the cornerstone of the European strategy in support.
The ECCP provides a wide range of in for mation and. In view of fostering closer cooperation worldwide, the ECCP has signed. The organisation of the matchmaking events is facilitated by a consortium led by the Fondation. Cleantech sectors. The second event focusing on Biotechnologies will be organised in Brazil, on. This call for expression of interest is launched to identify a European delegation composed of.
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It is an advanced economy with many small and medium sized firms and a market of 23 million consumers with a high purchasing power. It plays a central role in the global technology and particularly in the ICT value chain. The EU is the largest foreign investor on the island but there is still scope to increase the figures.
The purpose of this project is to internationalise European cleantech SMEs in China and the United EC2i China Matchmaking Mission November
The EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation is running a helpdesk service for the benefit of European and Japanese clusters, to help them identify potential cooperation partners in the reciprocal regions. Our Centre also intends to facilitate access to information on EU and Japanese clusters in general, on existing cooperation set-ups between EU and Japanese clusters, and on financing tools that may be used to foster future cooperation.
Information on Japanese clusters on following link. Once the project is achieved, the cluster ends its activities sometimes leaving their online website without any clear information on the ceased activity this making the task to identify active clusters more complex. In some cases local Regional Industrial Promotion Agencies are supporting such companies in their internationalisation process. JETRO has developed a mapping tool that provides information about the industrial clusters major companies, related research institutions, main sectors, etc.
The industrial clusters are not necessarily supported by a cluster organisation but are localised on a map. The report is based on a survey, in which 50 Japanese cluster organisations were contacted, and in the end data could be collected on 45 of them. Since the report release the cluster environment in Japan changed with many entities listed in the report ending their activities simply because reaching the end of their expected lifespan as defined at the time of their creation, or due to lack of new financial resources to continue their activities once the Governmental support ended.
Following a fresh screening of the internet completed in May , many other entities either missing in report or in some cases recently established were identified and the ongoing international relations of the added clusters as well as the one listed in the report and still active, could be better assessed. It was also observed that some regions are evaluating the possibility of establishing food sector related cluster but details are still not enough to assess their future existence and activity.