It aims to improve the overall approach to entrepreneurship, permanently anchor the 'Think Small First' principle in policy making from regulation to public service, and to promote SMEs' growth by helping them tackle the remaining problems which hamper their development. Small Business Act for Europe - Small and medium sized enterprises (SME) - Enterprise and Industry
The SME Envoy The competitiveness of the European Union (EU) is fundamentally dependent on the wellbeing of its small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
What is an SME? - Small and medium sized enterprises (SME) - Enterprise and Industry "SME" stands for small and medium-sized enterprises – as defined in EU law: EU recommendation 2003/361 The main factors determining whether a company is an SME are: number of employees and either turnover or balance sheet total . These ceilings apply to the figures for individual firms only. A firm which is part of larger grouping may need to include employee/turnover/balance sheet data from that grouping too.
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Did you know? The 23 million SMEs in Europe act as incubators of entrepreneurial culture, and provide 100 million jobs. SMEs make up 99% of all companies operating in Europe and the SMEs provide 67% of total EU employment. The importance of SMEs in Europe « The Sustainable SME
SMEs. There are close to two million, they generate half of the UK’s GDP and employ 60 per cent of the private sector workforce. Moreover, they’re big buyers of B2B products and services. SME marketing channel preferences | B2B market research agency
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