• WEgate

    ESBA is delighted to have been appointed as Project Lead for this COSME Programme Project together with Project Partners. Business Angels Europe; Foundation for Management and Industrial Research (MIR) North Macedonia and Professor Thomas Cooney, Republic of Ireland.

    WEgate is an online platform that aims to help women entrepreneurs to start and build up their business with the help of our engaging community and knowledge sharing. We want to enable them to find the best networking opportunities, experienced mentorship and a space for growth.

    The Project started in February 2020 and finishes at the beginning of 2023.

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  • Early Warning Europe

    This Project finished towards the end of 2019. ESBA has since joined a ‘successor’ called the Early Warning Europe Network in order to continue to support this very important work, during these COVID times.

    The overall objective of Early Warning Europe was to promote entrepreneurship and growth of SMEs across Europe. A key element is to create strong framework conditions for entrepreneurs and businesses across sectors that can help them face key challenges, including managing a crisis, dealing with bankruptcy and getting a second chance.

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  • Smooth

    SMOOTH assists micro enterprises in adopting and complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by designing and implementing easy-to-use and affordable tools. This will generate awareness on their GDPR obligations and analysing their level of compliance with the new data protection regulation.

    The  Project finished on the 31st January 2021 with information continuing to be available on the link below

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  • ENSURESEC

    ESBA is a member of the Advisory Committee for ENSURESEC.

    ENSURESEC addresses the whole range of modern e-commerce, from standard physical products purchased online and delivered via post, to entirely virtual products or services delivered online. It addresses threats ranging from maliciously modifying web e-commerce applications or rendering them unavailable to legitimate customers, to delivery issues or fraud committed by insiders or customers. It achieves this by focusing on the common software and physical sensor interfaces that sit along the e-commerce, payment and delivery ecosystem.

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  • European Union Intellectual Property Office

    David Caro, President of ESBA, is a member of the EUIPO Advisory Committee.

    EUIPO is the European Union Intellectual Property Office responsible for managing the EU trade mark and the registered Community design. We also work with the IP offices of the EU Member States and international partners to offer a similar registration experience for trade marks and designs across Europe and the world.

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