Deloitte announces new application session in the EU Gateway programPublish date: 11-12-2012
Romanian companies operating in the Environment and Energy-related Technologies field can apply for an economic mission in South Korea
The EU Gateway program continues with the application sessions for companies operating in the Environment and Energy-related Technologies field that are interested in entering the South Korean market. The application deadline is January 25, 2013 and the mission will take place during June 10 - 14, 2013.
"Romanian companies specialized in Energy & Environmental Technology may thus benefit from the opportunities generated by the current economic environment and the ever increasing global demand for environmental-friendly technologies. Asia isn't just a traditional market in this area, but one providing lots of opportunities for Romanian companies,” said Ioana Vadan, Business Analyst with Deloitte Consultanta, that is coordinating the activities aimed at promoting this program locally.
The EU Gateway Program has been initiated by the European Commission and aims at helping companies from EU countries to enter specific high-tech and design sectors. Deloitte practices in the EU, Korea and Japan offer support and coaching for candidates from the application stage until the end of the business mission week. The program organizes yearly cycles of Business Missions until 2014.
The application process has two stages. First, companies need to fill in a form expressing interest, their eligibility thus being evaluated by Deloitte professionals. If they comply with the program's criteria, they go to the second phase, filling in an application form. The entire process takes place online, on www.eu-gateway.eu, with no financial effort from the applicant. Interested companies benefit from Deloitte assistance during the whole application process, as well as for the stages following the acceptance into the program.
Companies eligible for the program must be based in the European Union and exist on the market for at least five years. Selection criteria also include being fully or majority-owned by European Union legal entities, and having sufficient turnover and employees so as to guarantee the market entry in Japan and/ or Korea. Companies must also have a proven track record in international business cooperation, and a solid business strategy for entering the two Asian markets. In addition, their key decision makers must be English fluent speakers.
Information on the new EU Gateway Program can be found on the campaign website: www.eu-gateway.eu or by email at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Program operators in the Member States are available to provide companies with further data about the program and the individual EU Gateway sector events.
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