Corporate advisory service
Advice for newly started companies
BRG Business Center offers newly started companies the opportunity to discuss, sound out ideas and ask questions. Questions about anything from sales, marketing and finding customers to business development.
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Would you like to broaden your business outside the Swedish market?
We can offer free advice about the EU for companies that want to take their products or services to international markets. Enterprise Europe Network, a European business support network, can help you free of charge with information and advice about EU regulations and legislation, as well as help you make contact with different networks of international business partners, agents and distributors.
Our EU advisors at Enterprise Europe Network can help you with matters concerning:
• EU directives – How will a coming directive affect my business? What does the new ecodesign directive entail? How has the services directive been implemented in the Netherlands?
• Establishment – Our establishment guide provides you with information about which regulations apply when establishing companies in other EU countries.
• CE marking – How does CE marking work? What applies to my product? How do I go about CE marking my product?
• Public procurement – Where can I find public procurement announcements in Europe? Which threshold values apply to European public procurement? Can I participate in public procurement in other EU countries?
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The Expedition Forward growth programme – delivers 20% better results
Those who truly want to develop their companies have the opportunity, for a fee, to join our Expedition Forward growth programme. We work a great deal with individual business advice based on your company's specific areas for development. We collaborate with about thirty consultants with extensive experience of business development in small and medium-sized companies. The companies that participate generally perform about 20% better than comparable companies. Does this sound interesting? Then read more!
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