Enterprise Europe Network (EEN)

The Enterprise Europe Network at Dublin Chamber offers support and advice to Leinster SMEs,  helping you to make the most of business opportunities beyond Irish and European Union borders.






Helping to internationalise your business

Finding international business partners
On the EEN database they're thousands of businesses looking to partner with companies interested in selling into their domestic markets. Likewise numerous companies are looking to sell their service and products into the Irish market. The easy filter system means you can find the ideal business partner with the click of a button. Advertise your company today. 

Market Information
If you're looking to break into new markets, we can ease the way. With more than 600 partner organisations worldwide, we're well placed to provide you with market information including domestic legislation, your main competitors and relevant local agencies in your target country.

Assisting with EU legislation
Not sure how to apply EU and national legislation's to your business? If you have a question on EU law, we can strip out the jargon and offer you a direct interpretation for the specific needs of your business.

Information on EU funding
The EU wants to support SME's with innovative products and services to go global. If you have a business idea that you think could succeed with extra support and finance please get in contact.



The Dublin Chamber of Commerce provides a one-stop-shop for European information for SMEs in Dublin, Kildare, Louth, Meath and Wicklow. Please contact Stephanie@dublinchamber.ie

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Success Story                                                  

Terry Egan, Managing Director at Savano Group contacted Dublin Chamber in April 2013 with a query relating to European standards. Savano are experts in the commercial window blinds industry with over twenty five years of dedicated experience in the commercial, industrial, public and hospitality sectors.

Determining the necessary steps to comply with European standards can be difficult, so Terry turned to the EEN-Dublin to get the information he needed.

After liaising with the National Standards Authority, the EEN team was able to inform him that he would not require CE marking for this specific product. The team also provided him with detailed information on which standard would apply.

"We received a very quick and clear-sighted answer from the EEN. The Dublin branch was very efficient and we would be happy to recommend the services of the EEN to companies looking for advice on CE marking” says Terry Egan.

For general information on the procedures required  for Irish/EU Businesses who intend to operate in Ireland, please visit: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/


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