WUSME met with UEAPME President Ms. Ulrike Rabmer-Koller

VIENNA (AUSTRIA) – April 6th, 2018 – On 4th April 2018 WUSME General Secretary Norbert W. Knoll von Dornhoff met the President of UEAPME (European Association for SMEs and Crafts), Ms. Ulrike Rabmer-Koller, Vice President of the Austrian Chamber (WKO) in Vienna, for a discussion about future cooperation with WUSME.
President Rabmer-Koller advised various ways to cooperate between UEAPME and National and International SMEs supporting Associations.
UEAPME has a keen interest in external relations, with a particular focus on the Mediterranean area, Latin American countries and the USA. Regarding Mediterranean countries, UEAPME collaborates with its homolog organizations via partnership protocols.
UEAPME Projects: it is also possible to cooperate with UEAPME on specific projects.
For example: Early Warning Project – R2π – Transition from linear 2 circular: Policy and Innovation is a three-year project within the environment theme of Horizon 2020 with a total funding of 3 million Euros.
East Invest 2 – The East Invest 2 project, implemented by a consortium of UEAPME and Eurochambres, aims to increase the capacity of the SME associations in the EaP countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldavia, Ukraine) to take an active role in promoting a conducive business environment.

Photo: WUSME General Secretary handing over to President of UEAPME Ms. Rabmer-Koller the WUSME MAGAZINE

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