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  1. EU investments

    The following EU-funded projects are dedicated to helping ICT entrepreneurs and start-ups boost their innovative businesses. The support provided ranges from business development, financing, accessing legal advice, to orchestrating cross-border operations ...

    Ralph Lloyd-davis - 28/10/2014 - 19:13

  2. About Startup Europe

    Startup Europe aims to strengthen the business environment for web and ICT entrepreneurs so that their ideas and business can start and grow in the EU. Startup Europe contributes to the Entrepreneurship 2020 Action Plan. Startup Europe's objectives a ...

    Nathalie Danse - 29/10/2014 - 16:40

  3. Skills & Education

    The European Commission encourages the use of IT and the development of IT skills in schools. Despite the high level of unemployment in Europe, many ICT vacancies cannot be filled. While demand for employees with ICT skills is growing by around 3% a year, ...

    Nathalie Danse - 29/10/2014 - 18:10

  4. Glossary

    This glossary includes words, phrases and abbreviations used on this website and elsewhere by DG CONNECT. It reflects the diversity of our activities, covering a wide range of scientific, technological, policy and regulatory domains.   A     B    C    D   ...

    Ana Isabel Este... - 29/10/2014 - 18:14

  5. OISPG Activities

    The Open Innovation Strategy and Policy Group organises and attends several events to implement and enhance the idea of Open Innovation 2.0. Activities In the OISPG we actively organize and attend events which discuss the Open Innovation 2.0 concept in de ...

    Mattia Braida - 30/10/2014 - 16:22

  6. Made in France

    France startup ecosystem is in the making and the country has the potential of becoming a new startup nation. Made in France Below you can find out more about the new and exciting generation of French entrepreneurs, provided by the French Digital Champion ...

    Annika Ostergren - 30/10/2014 - 17:35

  7. Made in Germany

    Berlin is the heart of the German startup landscape. It is hip and the place where most young entrepreneurs and developers start their digital businesses, but the rest of the country is heating up too. Made in Germany Discover the new and exciting tech st ...

    Annika Ostergren - 30/10/2014 - 17:42

  8. Made in Poland

    In recent years, Polish startups have changed their focus from the domestic market to the global one. Local startup scenes have emerged Warsaw, Krakow and other cities, in part thanks to collaborative spaces such as the Warsaw Reaktor. Made in Poland Disc ...

    Annika Ostergren - 30/10/2014 - 17:14

  9. Made in Sweden

    Sweden’s rather mature startup scene is said to resemble that of Silicon Valley. The capital, Stockholm, is bubbling with creativity and the country’s many success stories are owed to thought leadership, highly skilled workers and a history in design. Mad ...

    Annika Ostergren - 30/10/2014 - 17:17

  10. Made in the Netherlands

    A small country with a flexible and English-speaking workforce, exceptional digital access, many innovative centres and a need to look beyond the borders to create a business of meaningful size – these are some of the reasons behind the surge of successfu ...

    Annika Ostergren - 30/10/2014 - 17:23

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