Tunisia joins the Enterprise Europe Network
Tunisia joined the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) after the creation of a Consortium EEN Tunisia, a statement of the European Delegation in Tunisia reads.
The Consortium EEN Tunisia, presented today in Tunis during a day of launching the network, is made up of five national organisations namely, the Agency for the Promotion of Industry and Innovation (APII), the Confederation of Tunisian Citizen Enterprises (CONECT), The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Tunis (CCIT), the Export Promotion Centre (CEPEX) and Elgazala Pole of Communication Technologies.
The network aimed, according to the European delegation, to materialise a strategic partnership between the five members of the consortium to offer to the Tunisian companies a privileged access to multitude of added value European services and integrated services in favour of the companies and innovation.
Created in 2008, EEN helps small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) make the most of business opportunities in the European Union and beyond. Have a look at the many services offered free of charge by the 600 member organisations, including chambers of commerce and Industry, technology centres, universities and development agencies.
The Enterprise Europe Network is a key instrument in the EU’s strategy to boost growth and jobs. Bringing together around 600 business support organisations from more than 60 countries, it helps small companies seize the unparalleled business opportunities in the EU Single Market.
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