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Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)

Ireland

Dublin, Ireland
Thursday 20 June 2013
Time: 09:00 - 15:00

The Chartered Accountants House
47-79 Pearse Street,
Dublin 2

Information

On Thursday, 20 June 2013, the European Commission Directorate-General for Enterprise and Industry hosted a seminar in Dublin on the issue of cross-border credit and claims management within the EU.

SMEs often find it too daunting, complicated or expensive (consulting fees, legal counsel, document translation, etc.), to pursue legal action when needed, against companies or individuals in other Member States. They are also afraid they will not get paid.

The Dublin seminar on Cross Border Business was one of a series of national events whose purpose is to help SMEs to understand what options are available to them for successfully managing cross border credit and for recovering cross-borders payments. This will also help increasing their overall business efficiency and competitiveness.

This campaign is organised in the context of the pilot project "Rapid and efficient enforcement of outstanding claims by SMEs operating across borders" funded by the European Union.

Materials

Final Agenda pdf - 3 MB [3 MB]

Guide to cross-border credit and claims management pdf - 753 KB [753 KB] български (bg) čeština (cs) dansk (da) Deutsch (de) eesti keel (et) ελληνικά (el) español (es) français (fr) hrvatski (hr) italiano (it) latviešu valoda (lv) lietuvių kalba (lt) magyar (hu) Malti (mt) Nederlands (nl) polski (pl) português (pt) română (ro) slovenčina (sk) slovenščina (sl) suomi (fi) svenska (sv)

Poster pdf - 2 MB [2 MB]

Speakers' CVs:

Speakers' presentations:

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) pdf - 265 KB [265 KB]

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Contact

For further details, please contact Justyna Ciruk by email at credit-and-claims-seminars@iservice-europa.eu.

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