Trading opportunities to give region’s firms a big lift
THE ENTERPRISE Europe Network, created by the European Commission, provides free support to Yorkshire and Humber companies wishing to make the most of the European marketplace.
The network can help you develop your business to find new markets, to source or licence new technologies and access EU funding.
The initiative covers more than 50 countries representing the largest business support network in the world.
The Yorkshire In partnership with Post, Enterprise Europe is providing a regular list of opportunities for Yorkshire companies.
Here is this week’s selection of business opportunities.
A team of researchers from an Italian university and an American university operating in the field of neurodegenerative diseases is looking for industrial partners, pharmaceutical companies, interested in acquiring a license on the proposed technology related to a process to create functionalised cerium oxide nanoparticles.
A Belgian firm active in the construction of low energy houses/offices provides and installs wooden structure, furniture, doors, window frames and parquet flooring. It is targeting the UK and is looking for partners such as architects, interior design companies and engineering companies.
A Ukrainian firm experienced in the field of wholesale trade of grain, pulse and oil crops and production of grits wants to expand its business and is seeking commercial agents and distributors in the countries of the EU, Asia and North Africa.
A Spanish university research group specialised in performance engineering, covering various topics such as ATM (asynchronous transfer mode), traffic characterisation, design of protocols for wireless networks, sensor networks and nano-molecular networks, is looking for research and technical cooperation in relation to wide area sensor monitoring.
A Swedish manufacturer of forks for lifting solutions for trucks is offering to be a subcontractor of their products.
To find out more about any of these opportunities, and many others, please call 0300 123 3144 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.enterpriseeurope.co.uk