DigitaliseSME supports the digitization of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) across Europe. This benefits companies, as well as the economy and society of the country in which they are located, in the long term. Associations that share this goal at the national level can therefore become DigitaliseSME Ambassador.
Any organization that works with SMEs or has experience in digitization or digital transformation, such as Digital Innovation Hubs, can become a DigitaliseSME Ambassador. The tasks involved are to promote the project and its objectives in the respective national territory and to provide initial guidance to SMEs and experts wishing to register for the project.
DigitaliseSME Ambassadors are sources of information and can be the first contact point for those interested in getting some initial answers to their questions.
You can get more information through the partners’ websites and find local events through our event calendar.
If you want to register as a DigitaliseSME Ambassador, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following associations have already become DigitaliseSME Ambassadors:
1) EDIT – Economic
20 Serdika Str
1) EVEA – The
Pärnu mnt 21
Bajza u. 54
H – 1062
1) CONFAPI –
Piccola e Media
Via della Colonna Antonina 52
1) Sunrise Valley
Saulėtekio al. 15
1) Chamber of
15 Opolska street,
1) COTEC Portugal
Edifício Porto INOVA
Rua Eng.º Ferreira Dias, n.º 728, Sala 1.05
1) ICT Cluster of
4 Trg Topolivaca Street, Business Innovation Centre
European Entrepreneurs CEA-PME
Avenue de la Renaissance 1, B - 1000 Brussels
The Pilot Project DigitaliseSME is co-financed by DG CONNECT of the European Commission, on proposal of the European Parliament.
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