EU provides free-of-charge advisory services, support networks and information for SMEs to help you expand your business, find finance supported by the EU, develop sustainable business practices, access market information and overcome legal obstacles.
Choose an advisory service that answers your practical questions on doing business in Europe, from selling in the EU, taxation, access to finance to intellectual property rights, digitalisation and sustainability.
Read more about the Commission’s economic response to the outbreak, ensuring the exchange of essential protective equipment on the internal market, as well as helping affected industries mitigate the effects of the coronavirus outbreak.
Get in touch with your local Enterprise Europe Network for more practical information.
Enterprise Europe Network
Enterprise Europe Network is the world’s largest support network for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
It helps SMEs and entrepreneurs access market information, access EU supported finance, overcome legal obstacles, and find potential business partners across Europe.
Your Europe Business portal
Your Europe is a website that presents rights and obligations for businesses that want to make the most of their single market rights.
It provides information on accessing new markets in the EU (setting up a business or subsidiary, selling goods and services abroad, paying connected VAT and taxes), as well as accessing funding – and much more.
SOLVIT is a free of charge service provided by the national administration in each EU country and in Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
It provides rapid and pragmatic solutions to citizens and businesses when they are experiencing difficulties while moving or doing business cross-border in the EU.
European IP Helpdesk
European IP Helpdesk offers you free of charge, first-hand advice and support on Intellectual property (IP) matters, informs you about the latest developments in the world of IP & Innovation in Europe and offers training sessions on IP.