Connecting SMEs for a green economy


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Come along to GreenEcoNet's Final Conference on 26th May, hosted by the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels. Our theme for this final event will be "Moving towards a circular economy: Challenges and opportunities for SMEs’’. We hope to see you there.

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On September 14th, the North Rhine-Westphalia Ministry of the Environment hosted a dinner debate on the topic of circular economy and resource efficiency. Henning H. Sittel of Effizienz-Agentur NRW gives GreenEcoNet a summary of proceedings, discussions, and attendees below.

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Summaries and presentation materials from the GreenEcoNet 2nd Annual Conference and Thematic Workshop are now available thanks to the CEPS team in Brussels.

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Join the GreenEcoNet team and key guests on 27th May in Brussels for the 2nd GreenEcoNet Annual Conference on "Growing a sustainable EU Economy through SMEs" and a further Thematic Workshop on "Internationalisation of SMEs: Improving access to markets for green SMEs".

Place du Congrès, Brussels
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More than 99% of all European businesses are small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs); they are the backbone of our economies and our communities. They are also the drivers of innovation - registering more patents than all the big businesses combined. Yet to date, smaller businesses have lacked the capacity and resources to tackle environmental challenges.

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