The Enterprise Europe Network helps businesses innovate and grow on an international scale. It is the world’s largest support network for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with international ambitions.
- chambers of commerce and industry
- regional development organisations
- universities and research institutes
- innovation agencies
Individual businesses can’t become Network members, but they can enjoy the many services offered. See also the Enterprise Europe Network infographic
Teams of Network experts in each member organisation offer personalised services to businesses.
They know the local business environment and have contacts for business opportunities worldwide.
The Enterprise Europe Network can also offer a targeted approach aimed specifically at your business sector. Its groups of experts cover all key economic sectors, from healthcare, agri-food and intelligent energy to fashion and textile. In addition, the Network will help companies increase their resilience and support SMEs in their transition to more sustainable and digital business models.
Funding of the Network
The European Commission launched the Enterprise Europe Network in 2008. It is funded through the Single Market Programme (SMP) and implemented by the European Commission's European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency (EISMEA).
Active in Greece since 2008
The Enterprise Europe Network Hellas is the largest network of integrated business support in Greece. It comprises research and technology organizations, industrial associations, chambers of commerce and industry, governmental SME Agencies and established Innovation players with long experience of cooperation at national level.
For information and advice, find a local Network contact point in your region.