The sector seminars are organized twice a year by the Permanent Representations and Trade Promotion Organizations of twenty-three Member States of the European Union. United Kingdom has been accepted by the group during the transition period provided for by the UK–EU Withdrawal Agreement”. These one day events are structured in two sessions: a morning session where European institutions’ officials involved in External aid programmes give an overview of the financing available for the sector chosen and an afternoon session where one to one meetings between participating companies take place.
You may go to the "About us" section to find out more about the background and objectives of the sector seminars.
If you would like to participate in the forthcoming seminar, please, fill in the company profile form available in the "registration" section. The organization representing your country will confirm your registration via e-mail and provide you with the necessary password to access the restricted area of the website where you will be able, among others, to update your profile, download the list of participants and request meetings with other companies participating in the seminar.
Bear in mind that registration to a seminar entails payment of a fee (175 Euro).
Webinars are free of charge.
For this seminar, we cooperate with Point be sprl as external service provider for the logistics. Point be sprl is in charge of handling the treasury function (billing, invoices). All registered and accepted participants will receive an invoice by Point be sprl. Please do indicate during your registration procedure the VAT-Number (Value Added Tax) of your company.
The next WEBINAR will focus on the Covid response in EU External Action financing and the opportunities they offer to European companies. It will take place ONLINE on Thursday, July 9, 2020.
In recent years, the implementation of the budget that the European Union allocates to third countries has experienced what could be regarded as a revolution. Indeed, up to five years ago most of the so called External Action budget was managed directly by the European Commission and the recipient countries’ authorities. Nowadays, the implementation of a large chunk of that financial envelope is delegated to a wide variety of actors, such as Member States development agencies, International Financial Institutions and non-profit making organisations
You can now register for EDD 2019!
This year’s edition of the EDD will address inequalities. With exciting high-level speakers, debates and other engaging sessions, EDD 2019 will focus on combining the European Union’s goals to address inequalities and the Agenda 2030 for sustainable development.
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