What is ENTER?
ENTER – Enterprises and Enlargement –
is a project of UEAPME and the Avignon Academy, co-financed by the
European Commission Prince Programme. This project aims to raise
the awareness amongst SMEs in the 15 EU Member States on the impact
of EU enlargement, which will take place on May 1, 2004.
How does the project work?
The project ENTER aims to provide information to EU SMEs and Craft
businesses and raise awareness amongst them on:
a) The main features of the economy of the accession countries
and the economic implication of the enlargement on crucial issues
b) The impact in terms of opportunities and consequences of the
enlargement on important sectors of
production and services of SMEs and craft enterprises such as:
c) To familiarise EU SMEs and craft businesses with European
instruments, networks and organisations in order to promote synergies
between companies in the EU and the accession countries.
Information will be transmitted through a series of seminars
and information campaigns.
23-24th of April 2004, Luxemburg.
On this occasion high level representatives from national
SME association in the EU and accession countries as well
as Commission and Government officials will discuss the effects
of enlargement on SMEs...
Pilot training seminars
- Dublin, Ireland
March 26, 2004
- Bologna, Italy
May 7, 2004
- Athens, Greece,
May 14, 2004
- Birmingham, UK
May 26, 2004