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Conclusions for the SME Intergroup of the European Parliament

11/04/2018 The group met on 22 February to discuss how to prevent insolvency and allow a second chance for entrepreneurs Read more



Greek Prime Minister on Early Warning Europe

08/03/2018 Early Warning Europe partners GSEVEE and IME GSEVEE organised the 2nd SMEs International Conference in Athens under the title „SMEs & Economic Democracy, drivers for growth and innovation”. On day one of the conference, the keynote speech was delivered by the Greek Prime Minister, Mr Alexis Tsipras, who highlighted Early Warning as a case of best practice and as a basis for national strategy development for the SME sector. Read more


Training Seminar in Athens

07/03/2018 A seminar for Early Warning mentors at the Athens Chamber of Commerce. Read more


SME Intergroup breakfast discussion

22/02/2018 SME Intergroup breakfast discussion on “Preventing insolvency and allowing a second chance to entrepreneurs”, European Parliament, Brussels Read more


Training Session for Volunteer Mentors in Italy

27/11/2017 On 8th November Unione Industriale Torino had its second wave of training for volunteer mentors. The day was structured in a very similar way compared to the other training organised in May. UIT decided to have another training in order to allow every volunteer to receive some information. Read more


Launch of Early Warning Italy Website

09/08/2017 Unione Industriale di Torino, the Italian partner of Early Warning Europe, just lauched the Early Warning Italy website. Now all relevant information about the project is available for the italian compies in distress and all interested stakeholders. Read more


High speed on Early Warning Italy

03/08/2017 Italy is by now the country in Europe, that have reached the attention of the highest number og volunteer mentors in Early Warning Europe. More than 160 people have signed up to join the organisation in Turin, Piedmont. EW Italy have recently started their service, and they have already helped the first 12 Italian companies in distress. Read more


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