Posted on: 15 June 2016 By: TeamEuropages

UE-France-Europages

All too often, French SMEs are not sufficiently present in the EU’s economic area, whether in terms of business opportunities for their products, or the search for suppliers and subcontractors. Such are the findings of a white paper produced by the SVP group on the internationalisation of French SMEs, along with other advice on how to achieve international success. Read on…

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Posted on: 15 June 2016 By: TeamEuropages

Crowdlending-Europages

Among the crowdfunding platforms currently in operation, those dedicated to crowdlending (also referred to as peer-to-peer lending) are booming right now, especially for businesses. Here we take stock of the various European and French platforms that you can use to finance your development.

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Posted on: 2 May 2016 By: TeamEuropages

export risks sectors

According to a study by Euler Hermes on risk development in 18 economic sectors across 72 different countries in 2015, Europe is the only geographic region to offer positive results in an otherwise gloomy economic environment. Details of the study by sector and by region.

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Posted on: 2 May 2016 By: TeamEuropages

Meubles sur Europages

After three years of difficulties, Europe’s furniture industry has finally returned to growth, with a favourable outlook for 2016. While the industry clearly faces competition from Asia with its significantly lower labour costs, it still has some cards up its sleeve. Update on a rapidly changing sector.

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Posted on: 13 April 2016 By: TeamEuropages

Vins-Europages

Europe (EU28) represents 60% of the world’s wine production, with three dominant countries, namely Italy, France and Spain. Faced with wine consumption levels that have dropped off in Europe, these three countries have adopted different strategies to effectively compete with new wine-producing countries and target the booming Chinese market. Read on.

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Posted on: 11 April 2016 By: TeamEuropages

Transport goods image Blog

The supply chain represents the various stages a product goes through before arriving at the end-user. In this context, the physical connection from the production site to the place of consumption is possible thanks to logistics. Both primary and secondary activities within the value chain of goods add value to manufactured products, since they are key factors in customer demand satisfaction.

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Posted on: 31 March 2016 By: TeamEuropages

Testimonials of Europages customers

Consiglio International is a high class manufacturer of metal products and components working as a subcontractor, with 2 factories operating in the western Poland. An overview of how they develop in Europe capitalizing on their skills, the quality of their final products and on the internet.

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