Yesterday, the winners of the European Capital of Smart Tourism competition and the European Destination of Excellence (EDEN) competition were announced.
This consultation includes questions on the coherence of the Directive on end-of-life vehicles and the Directive on the type-approval of motor vehicles concerning their reusability, recyclability and recoverability and what has to be done to improve the situation.
The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) published a vacancy for the function of Executive Director.
A new Africa IP SME Helpdesk will provide European SMEs with free first-line support on how to protect and enforce their intellectual property rights in Africa.
A Eurobarometer survey on short-term rentals published today reveals that short-term accommodation rentals help to improve the attractiveness of the tourism services offer in the EU but there is a need to consider the impacts on wider communities.
The Commission has launched a public consultation on the rules on compensation for damage caused by defective products. A specific focus will be on the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in products and services.
The short-term accommodation rental sector is growing fast, creating opportunities for businesses, particularly SMEs, and citizens. However, their rapid growth has given rise to a number of concerns.
The Directorate-General for Entrepreneurship and SMEs is at the European Youth Event 2021 to present support actions and financing options to young (would-be) entrepreneurs.
Two new companies, right holder Diageo and online platform Vinted, have signed up to the memorandum of understanding on the sale of counterfeit goods on the internet.
Mushroom-based burgers, topical pharmaceuticals and x-ray-free medical imaging take home the awards this year. The three winning European small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) were announced at the Network's annual conference on 1st October, in Stuttgart, Germany.