The network can help firms develop their business in new markets, source or license new technologies and access EU funding.
The initiative covers more than 50 countries in the EU and China, Brazil, Russia and the United States, representing the largest business support network in the world. In partnership with The Yorkshire Post, Enterprise Europe is providing a regular list of opportunities for Yorkshire companies through a new column.
Here is this week’s selection of business opportunities.
An Irish food product development company has developed a formulation for a milk-based sports recovery and rehydration drink.
The company is at an advanced development stage, but it lacks production capabilities, so it is looking for partners who could help it to produce the product commercially.
A Polish company which produces daily hair care products and other natural cosmetics under its own brand, is looking for distributors who would like to promote and sell its products.
The range is suitable for hair care professionals and consumers.
A Spanish aeronautical company has developed a smart battery management system for lithium batteries. It provides a flexible, programmable and safe system that keeps all the battery cells balanced in order to avoid accidents. The company is looking for partners in the aeronautical and electric car sectors.
A Dutch manufacturer which offers a range of oral hygiene products is seeking distributors or agents with good contacts in the pharmacy, supermarket and drugstore sector.
A German university has developed a system to detect legionella in drinking water pipes and installations. The system could be used in hospitals, homes for the elderly and canteens. It is seeking industrial licensees to help it develop the system.
To find out more about any of these opportunities, and many more available, please call 0800 052 8156 or e-mail [email protected]