Enterprise Europe Network Annual Conference concludes successfully


Under the theme ‘New Network, new realities, new impact’, the event was designed around an important and timely question: how can the Network best meet the evolving needs and interests of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in a changing world? The conference brought together a diverse and engaged set of speakers and panelists to discuss how the Network can support small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) on their way to recovery and success.

Productive meeting of the Enterprise Europe Network Hellas


The second meeting of the Enterprise Europe Network Hellas consortium was an effective follow-up to February’s opening meeting. Held on September 29-30, 2022 in Patras, it was supported by the Federation of Industries of Peloponnese and Western Greece and the Ionian Islands (SEVPEDE).

An innovative partnership (VIDEO)

The National Documentation Centre and the consortium Enterprise Europe Network Hellas provide integrated services for Greek enterprises operating in the new data economy.

Greek research team enters partnership with French manufacturer

In March 2021, the research team of Konstantinos Dimopoulos at the University of Athens addressed the Innovation and Networking Unit of the National Documentation Centre (EKT), a partner of the Enterprise Europe Network in Greece. 

Marimatch: Fruitful comeback to Posidonia 2022


Face to face after two years of the pandemic. Exhibitors and visitors alike enjoyed the great opportunity of meeting after such a long time. With 29,000 visitors from all over the world, the Posidonia International Exhibition 2022 was a major event for the international shipping community. At this successful restart of the event, the Enterprise Europe Network Hellas was present with the B2B business meeting event MariMatch, which also achieved record participation.

From Magnesia to Malta with the support of AITCG and the Enterprise Europe Network


ANALYSIS Ltd is a Greek company based in Magnesia. It was founded in 1990 by Leonidas Iakovou, an electrical engineer with many years of experience in industry and shipping. The company’s main activity is the research, design and manufacture of temperature sensors, pressure transmitters, magnetic proximity switches and level sensors. Since 2010, the company has been managed by Aristidis and Anna Iakovou.

Greek research team inspired by nature innovates and grows into a spin-off!


What do cicadas, lasers and cell phone screens have in common? The answer is Biomimetic!

A newly founded Greek spin-off develops laser material processing technologies that mimic structures found in nature itself, even in insects, such as the wings of a common cicada!

The technology developed and patented by the company makes the glass an anti-reflective surface. This technology can be applied to consumer electronics such as mobile phones, watches or laptops.