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Addressing challenges for European SMEs/entrepreneurs in EU28

The European Commission (DG Enterprise and Industry) has granted CARSA’s consortium* the mandate to carry out the “SME Performance Review 2013/14”. The study requires the assessment of the implementation progress of the Small Business Act (SBA) at a national level and the assessment of the major policy challenges affecting the business environment for European SMEs.

Please take a few minutes to help us, help European SMEs!

We need your opinions and insight, and would be grateful if you could complete our questionnaire, which should not take more than 10-15 minutes. To participate, please click the following link:

If relevant, we would also be grateful if you could forward the information to your organization’s members/network asking them to participate in the survey.
The survey questionnaire is available until 14 March 2014.
The survey responses will be treated confidentially and will only be used in aggregated format and only for the purpose of this study.

We thank you in advance for your time, valuable input and collaboration.

For further information related to the study, please visit the Commission's SME Policy website.
If you have any technical difficulties in accessing or filling out the survey, or should you have further questions about the survey, please contact Mr Pär Weström at:
Our apologies, if you have already received this email or responded to the survey.
Kind regards,

Jesús de la Maza
Managing Director

* The consortium is composed of CARSA, PwC, Innova SpA, University of Manchester, London Economics, DIW Berlin and DIW econ.

Published on 04-03-2014 00:00 by Nathalie Marchand. 889 page views

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