The Helpdesk collaborators program brings together different Business Support Organizations(BSOs) and other entities actively promoting the internationalization of EU/COSME SMEs. By becoming a collaborator, your organization will have full access to exclusive IP resources and benefits that could complement the services that you are already offering to your target organizations.
If you want to request free membership for your organization contact us and enjoy the benefits of becoming one of our collaborators:
- Ad hoc webinars adapted to sectors and topics of your target’s interests.
- Full access to our Train the Trainers events.
- Joint IP materials adapted to the needs of your target audiences.
- Free access to IP presentations and audio visual material.
- Presence in our collaborators site with logo, link and description of your organization.
|Low Carbon Brazil||
Low Carbon Business Action in Brazil is an (EU) European Union-funded initiative that aims at engaging SMEs from Brazil and Member States promoting the exchange of innovative experience, supporting companies into the transition to low carbon technologies and resource efficient processes within the Action target’s sub-sectors and related areas, which mostly contribute to the Brazilian emissions of Green House Gases (GHG).
The initiative is in its second phase, and involves offering technical and financial support to all the selected projects during the first phase. The service providers homologated by the Low Carbon Business Action in Brazil provided technical support in order to turn the partnerships into projects able to obtain funding. The support contemplates market viability, economic and financial services; technical viability services; potential impact services (environmental, cost analysis); legal advisory services and financial consultancy and facilitation to deal with financial entities. Low Carbon Business Action in Brazil also mapped out over 400 institutions and financial instruments available in Europe and Brazil to enable financing of low carbon technologies in the country.
The European Major Exhibition Centres Association EMECA unites 22 leading exhibition venues in Europe. It was formed in 1992 to focus attention on the economic impact that the exhibition industry achieves throughout Europe.
UFI is the association of the world's leading tradeshow organisers and fairground owners, as well as the major national and international exhibition associations, and selected partners of the exhibition industry.
In order to strengthen the bi-regional partnership in Science, Technology and Innovation, ERANet-LAC will implement two joint calls seeking to coordinate and cluster research programmes. Furthermore, the project will mutually open research infrastructures and coordinate and open innovation programmes.
ERANet-LAC will lay a special focus on the innovation dimension. It will seek to involve European and Latin American innovation agencies in the joint activities as well as in trust-building actions.
Author Institute is an association dedicated to promoting the study and dissemination of intellectual property and collaboration in the development, expansion and improvement of its regulations, with particular emphasis on the European and Latin American areas. For this, the Institute has been focusing its work on the legal aspects of Intellectual Property but also in other aspects of it of increasing interest, such as those related to economic and social sciences.
ElanBiz aims to provide up-to-date and comprehensive information services to interested European SMEs on how to do business ( i.e regulatory environment, business opportunities, financing mechanism) in specific Latin American countries for European SMEs interested in entering the Latin American market and facilitating advocacy for EU business.
ELAN Network main aim is to generate technology-based business opportunities between European and Latin American SMEs, and pursues to establish a European and Latin American self-sustainable network of research & innovation actors, in order to promote lasting partnerships; to share knowledge and generate technology transfer, in particular in areas aligned with European applied research; and to increase SME competitiveness. ELAN Network is a Project funded by The European Union.
|Red Centroamericana de Comercio||
La Red Centroamericana de Comercio (RCAC) es una plataforma regional de información e inteligencia comercial desarrollada por la Secretaría de Integración Económica Centroamericana (SIECA), a través del Centro de Estudios para la Integración Económica (CEIE) financiado con apoyo del Gobierno de la República de China (Taiwán).