The Your Europe portal seeks to help people and companies move and/or do business in the EU by providing clear information on their Single Market rights and signposting them to assistance services when needed.
Putting user needs first, the multilingual portal has 2 separate sections: Citizens and Business.
Content is provided by both EU institutions and national governments.
EU governments can support this website in 2 important ways:
- by contributing content to it (i.e. national rules implementing the Single Market)
- by promoting it to their own citizens and businesses.
 Answers received (by 31 January 2017) by the Editorial Board from their national administration, to requests for information for Your Europe
 Attendance at 2 Editorial Board meetings during the reporting period
 Traffic from government pages to Your Europe and promotional activity requested by members of the Editorial Board
|||request answered in full||some answers||none
|||attended twice||attended once|| no attendance
|||both traffic & promotion||either traffic or reported promotion||no traffic & no promotion
A country's overall performance is calculated by assigning the following values to each of its 3 individual indicators:
- red = 0,
- yellow = 1
- green = 2.
The average is calculated and the appropriate colour assigned.
This map shows the extent to which EU countries are contributing to Your Europe.
As in previous years, Greece and Latvia are not cooperating on Your Europe, while Norway made progress for the citizen part of Your Europe.
*limited to visits from Member States and associated countries, excluding third countries
Total visits (both sections): over 20m –
17% more than in the previous period
Average visits per day: 54 795 (47 200 in 2016)
Main sources for Citizens section: Italy, UK, Germany (same as in 2016)
Main sources for Business section: Poland, UK, Italy (Italy, Poland and UK in 2016)