Project goals and fields of work

With the help of knowledge transfer initiatives, WE-EEN is planning to train first the EEN employees, then companies, and to lead them through the maze of regional, national and EU regulations.

1st Phase (2012)

  • Evaluation: determining the status quo in the countries/regions participating in the project, analysis of the general conditions, needs assessment in small and medium-sized enterprises
  • Identification of experts (authorities and private entrepreneurs) who are prepared to share their know-how in knowledge transfer initiatives
  • Training of EEN employees so that they can advise SMEs even more effectively

2nd Phase (2013)

  • Publicising the initiative among SMEs in the participating countries/regions
  • Concrete advice for companies
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