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The National Export Portal is a tool for supporting the introduction and successful positioning of Bulgarian SMEs at international markets.
Location: Югозападен, Bulgaria (България)
Project: INTRA
The below infographic shows the most relevant projects related to rural SMEs and rural innovation
Type: Project
Progress on Rural SMEs Action Plan implementation
Type: Project
Lead Partner: Hampshire County Council
If SMEs internationalise they are more likely to survive in global competition, more innovative and more resistant to crises than their stay-at-home cousins. The Everywhere International SMEs (EIS) project brings together nine partners from seven regions across Europe. The EIS project aims at promoting excellence in regional business support systems for internationalising SMEs by sharing and embedding best practices to enable more SMEs to expand their business across borders.   See our project summary video here:
Lead Partner: Development Agency of Eastern Thessaloniki's Local Authorities
EU 2020 highlights that the EU and Member States should enable SMEs to turn environmental challenges into opportunities. Green growth can offer significant benefits, however as stated in the Small Business Act (EP 2014/2209 INI)) policy makers need to fully understand the potential of the green economy, whilst being aware of the barriers that SMEs face regarding the greening of their products, production processes, business practices and services. The circular economy is a key concept of the green economy, based on optimising systems rather than components, away from ‘Resource to Waste’ to resilient and productive circular systems. Strategic alliances between support organisations such as Ellen MacArthur Foundation, McKinsey Company, etc and multinational enterprises have been at the forefront of circular economy exploration and application. SMEs rarely have the same access to knowledge networks to stay up to date with new technologies, or communicate with potential clients or investors. It is therefore key to understand how SMEs can exploit the opportunities of circular value chains.  The CESME project addresses SME inclusion in the circular economy, by interregional meetings identifying good practices aiming to examine how best regional and local authorities and business development agencies can improve relevant policy instruments and design support packages to assist SMEs to enter the circular economy. Through the creation of a return on investment analysis - Circular Economy Toolkit quantifying the economic and social benefits of circular value chains as well as a White Book guiding SMEs step by step into circular economy, the CESME partnership hopes to introduce new circular initiatives targeted SMEs. These initiatives will be implemented and tested for feedback and adaptation in order to be replicable tools across EU as well as monitored against their expected impact. Finally, this will lead to the improved effectiveness of the policy instruments addressed by the project partners.
Don't miss the third local stakeholder's group meeting of Innova-FI organised by the Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy!
Type: Project
How to organize remote municipal meetings: a Webinar, organized within 4PDIH in Slovenia
Type: Project
At the end of August, AgroRES organised a site visit to Polecat Springs Water Treatment Plant that has installed a 50 kW solar PV system.
Type: Project
1st stakeholders’ meeting was held in Lithuania to discuss the possibilities to launch innovative solutions in preventive medicine sector.
Type: Project
The road to an action plan in the province of Drenthe.
Type: Project