The EIB Group, in collaboration with the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness in Spain and the Basque Government, will host a corporate seminar to present the extensive range of financial support available to innovative businesses in Spain.
The EIB Group, in collaboration with Enterprise Ireland and the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI), will host a seminar to present the extensive range of financial support available to innovative and growing businesses in Ireland.
The EIB Group (EIB, EIF and EIB Institute) is sponsoring the first European Microfinance Day (EMD) organised by the European Microfinance Network and the Microfinance Center under the aegis of the Luxembourg presidency of the European Union, which aims to raise awareness on microfinance as a tool to fight social exclusion and unemployment in Europe.
The European Investment Bank is organising a workshop to present and discuss its intermediated lending in and outside of Europe. The discussions will centre on the EIB Group’s (European Investment Bank and European Investment Fund, EIF) practice of financing SMEs through local banks and funds.
The Social Innovation Tournament is the flagship initiative of the Institute’s Social Programme. It is organised every year in a different country to reward and sponsor European entrepreneurs whose primary purpose is to generate a social, ethical or environmental impact.
The Pacific Microfinance Week is convened by the Microfinance Pasifika Network. This year’s sessions will cover a broad range of subjects from microfinance regulation in the Pacific to the growth of micro client’s businesses, going through women’s empowerment.
On Monday 14 September 2015, the European Investment Bank (EIB), Vleva (the Flemish-European agency) and the General Delegation of the Flemish Government to the EU, are joining forces to hold a large-scale information session about the Investment Plan for Europe, the innovative features of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) and the European Investment Bank’s financing services.
Organized for over 20 years, the Economic Forum in Krynica has become the biggest and the most important meeting place for political and economic leaders from Central and Eastern Europe. By that very fact, the Forum not only accompanies social and economic changes in these regions, but also shapes them.