The European project GREEN begins its activity

European project GREEN GReening business through the Enterprise Europe Network implemented by the Foundation for Management and Industrial Research begins its activity.

 

The project tends towards the environmental aspect of the food and building materials sectors where more than 310 000 companies and over 4million employees are involved at European level. It aims at contributing to the improvement of environmental performances of SMEs in Europe and supporting the Enterprise Europe Network in tackling environmental issues in the two specific economic sectors. GREEN proposes a network of local systems to coordinate Environmental Service Providers (ESPs) in order to give SMEs access to free and low cost environmental services thanks also to the support of local administrations, SMEs associations and relevant value chain stakeholders.

The project activities foresees a survey of public and private environmental measures in support of SMEs in the two sectors, two databases of Environmental Service Providers and potential beneficiaries of environmental services (SMEs), as well as several training sessions and local workshops.
The project consortium that will develop the GREEN project is lead by Unioncamere Veneto and consists of eleven partners made up of research centres and chambers of commerce and industry from Italy, Romania, Greece, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Montenegro, Serbia, Macedonia, Turkey and Croatia, all of them members of the Enterprise Europe Network.

GREEN has been financed by the Competitiveness and Innovation Programme of the European Commission

TEHNOMA Partnering 2010

Foundation for Management and Industrial Research one of the partners of the European Information and Innovation Centre in Macedonia is co-organising an international brokerage event TEHNOMA Partnering 2010.

The event is organized for clients interested in technological and business cooperation and will take place on 19.10.2010.

Pre-arranged B2B meetings upon individual interest of the companies are proven to be excellent business opportunities that add value to all Fairs exhibitions visits. TEHNOMA Partnering 2010 offers its participants ground for developing and strengthening business relations, exchange of technologies with international business partners in the following areas of Industrial manufacture:

  • Metallurgy
  • Construction (production and trade of building materials and non-metals)
  • Production and trade of electrical materials and electronics
  • Energy

The event is a part of TEHNOMA 2010.

All information on how to participate can be found at
http://een.ec.europa.eu/tools/services/EVE/Event/Detail/e05edb9b-4ddb-4e42-831a-99d7bffa5087?

Contact person:
Mile Sosevski, mile@mir.org.mk (+389 2 3077 008)