The European Commission adopted today the 2016-2017 work programme for Horizon 2020 , the EU's research and innovation funding. £1.5 billion out of a total of £12 billion will be available to SMEs. The UK is traditionally among the top beneficiaries and came second only to Germany in the last round of this funding.
Teachers from a school in Jersey are challenging their students to test their skills in designing a computer game on an autumn theme. The initiative is part of EU Code Week #codeEU - a grass-root movement run by volunteers who promote coding in their countries.
The European Commission’s proposals for capital markets union have been welcomed by the City of London (for example City UK here) and by SME organisations (for example the Federation of Small Businesses here). They aim to give UK and other European companies better access to finance and provide new investment opportunities both for banks and […]