Enterprise Europe Network

The Networks main objective is to provide and offer support to ambitious small and medium sized enterprises to internationalize.

Tillväxtverket is the national coordinator

The Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth is the main financer, together with the European Commission, for the Network in Sweden.

Contact points at the Agency:

Madelen Nilsson,

Sara Hedenström,

Björn Langbeck,

12 business and research organisations

The Network consists of 12 business and research organisations, along side with the Agency. The organisations range from for instance Almi to research institutes, which offers integrated and cost effective services which are broad and general to nische and specialised to its form.

EEN has offices in more than 20 cities in Sweden and with more than 45 professional business advisors:

  • you can get advise on many topics connected to internationalisation and EU legislation and EU funding,
  • EEN helps you with finding international business partners,
  • EEN assist businesses in participating in EU programs like the Horizon Europe and others

The Swedish Coordinator

The Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth (Tillväxtverket) is the Swedish network coordinator and also finances the network in Sweden together with the European Commission.

The full list of the Swedish Network partners

Almi Företagspartner Jönköping AB External link.

Almi Företagspartner Kronoberg AB External link.

Almi Företagspartner Mitt AB External link.

Almi Företagspartner Mälardalen AB External link.

Business Region Göteborg AB External link.

Stockholms Handelskammare External link.

Almi Företagspartner Skåne AB External link.

LTU Business AB External link.

RISE AB External link.

Dalarna Science Park External link.

Uminova Innovation AB External link.

Read more about the Network on the European web site. External link.

Enterprise Europe Network is financed from the framework programme The single market program (SMP)