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Our Partners

EBN has signed strategic partnerships and alliances with recognized European and international bodies. These partnerships contribute to the mutualisation of EBN assets (expertise, geographical coverage, key intermediary role etc) as well as to the reinforcement of the EBN and the EU|BIC reputation in terms of:

  • EC policy development and implementation
  • Establishment and growth of specialized networks
  • Identification of best practices in innovative technologies, methodologies and services
  • Qualitative certification of business support organisations
EBN and the EU|BICs were established by the European Comission 30 years ago and today EBN operates the EU|BIC trademark under license from DG Enterprise & Industry.
EBN and the European Space Agency (ESA) have been strategic partners for almost a decade. Their partnership has culminated in the successful establishment and growth of the ESINET network.
EUREKA is an intergovernmental organisation for market-driven industrial R&D. It is a decentralised network facilitating the coordination of national funding on innovation aiming to boost the productivity & competitiveness of European industries. 
EBN is a contract partner of the European Patent Office which provides a uniform application procedure for individual inventors and companies seeking patent protection in up to 38 European countries.
EBN is a contract partner  with the European Investment Bank. We delivered a project in Palestine supporting the PICTI incubator.
EBN has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) which connects 166 countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life. EBN and the BICs are actively cooperating with UNDP to identify best practices in innovative technologies, innovative methodologies and services which contribute to sustainable human development.
The Enterprise Europe Network brings together business support organisations from more than 50 countries. They are connected through powerful databases and know Europe inside out. What's more, they have been working together for years, some even for decades. You'll be amazed at how well your local Network contact point is connected in Europe, and even beyond.


Published on 25-11-2013 00:00 by David Tee. 57907 page views

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