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  • The Enterprise Europe Network is the world’s largest support network for small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) with international ambitions. It has 3,000 experts across 600 member organisations in more than 60 countries. Member organisations include chambers of commerce and industry, technology centres, and research institutes.
    The Network helps ambitious SMEs innovate and grow internationally. It provides international business expertise with local knowledge across a range of targeted services:
    Partnership
    Advisory
    Innovation support
    The Network also offers specialised industry expertise across 17 sectors.

  • Case Study:

    Life sciences SME wins EU funding for breakthrough medical testing
    The Enterprise Europe Network helps a Scottish company ready its innovation for the global market.
    Research scientist Colin Wilde founded AvantiCell Science Ltd. in Ayr, Scotland, in 2006. Passionate about developing life-saving medicines, the company tested candidate drugs on ethically sourced human cells, like for example from tumours that had been surgically removed.
    But as working with human cells does not always produce consistent test results, Colin pioneered a method of printing three-dimensional scale models of cells that allows researchers to work with multiple cell types and thus get more reliable results. To take their life-saving testing methods to the next level, they just needed the financial means to commercialise their breakthrough technology.

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  • Case Study:

    Life sciences SME wins EU funding for breakthrough medical testing
    The Enterprise Europe Network helps a Scottish company ready its innovation for the global market.
    Research scientist Colin Wilde founded AvantiCell Science Ltd. in Ayr, Scotland, in 2006. Passionate about developing life-saving medicines, the company tested candidate drugs on ethically sourced human cells, like for example from tumours that had been surgically removed.
    But as working with human cells does not always produce consistent test results, Colin pioneered a method of printing three-dimensional scale models of cells that allows researchers to work with multiple cell types and thus get more reliable results. To take their life-saving testing methods to the next level, they just needed the financial means to commercialise their breakthrough technology.