Support services for EU SME wishing to work with Japan

Opportunity to benefit from free support services through Enterprise Europe Network.

If you want to connect, innovate and grow either in the European Union or in Japan through expert advices, the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) is your gateway to competitiveness. The Network can provide you with various services such as:

  • finding business partners
  • finding technological partners
  • identifying potential sources of finance or funding
  • collaborating in R&D projects

A one-stop shop for businesses in nearly 50 countries

With over 600 partner organisations located in 52 countries, the Enterprise Europe Network is the largest network of contact points providing information and support for SMEs in the fields of international business cooperation, innovation, knowledge and technology transfer and cooperation in EU programmes. The Network is funded by the European Commission and its services are free of charge.

Europe Incoming Missions: incoming missions welcoming delegations of Japanese companies and organisations to the EU.  More details.

EU-Japan Centre News

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The EU-Japan Centre is currently accepting proposals in response to the call to outsource the  ...
The EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation is currently accepting applications to the call for...
The EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation is currently accepting applications to the call for...

Events

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02/03/2021
2-03-21 | 10:30 - 11:30 AM CET What business opportunities does the Japanese Smart Farming Technology market offer to European SMEs? The Japanese agricultural sector faces many challenges: a low self...
03/03/2021
03-03-21 | 10:30 - 11:00 AM CET Various EU products and services began to enjoy benefits from the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) which entered in force on 1 February 2019, and we are...

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Report: The Olive Oil Market in Japan Experts: Maths LundinPublication date: February...
Japanese Industry and Policy News January 2021 Topics covered on the January 2021 issue:...