From [email protected] to EUROMED Invest project

Submitted by Lowri Brown on 01 November 2013

From December 2013 to December 2016, a hundred of field operations will associate the main economic actors of the 28 member states of the European Union and their partners in South Mediterranean Countries.

These operations will include networking events addressing also to European innovation clusters (business meetings, workshops, conferences, peer to peer seminars on best practices and experience sharing). In order to receive information about these events, you could register to the newsletter of the project here.

The EUROMED Invest project

Promote business and private investments for an inclusive economic development in the Mediterranean


The ultimate goal of EUROMED Invest is to boost private business and investment within the Euro-Mediterranean area to contribute to an inclusive economic development of the region. The specific objective of the project is to empower business and investment networks to implement targeted strategies supporting the creation and the international development of Micro, Small and Medium sized Entreprises (MSMEs). EUROMED Invest focuses on the most promising sectors for job creation and economic spillovers: agrifood, water & green energies, tourism, transports & logistics, cultural & creative industries. 

Target groups

Investment promotion agencies, SME development agencies, chambers of commerce and industry, business organisations, business sector associations, clusters, private and public investors and enterprise financers, diaspora networks, women entrepreneur's from the EU, South ENI, and potential EU candidate countries.


EUROMED Invest aims to promote the development of MSMEs, including young entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs of the Euro-Mediterranean area. The project should also support local authorities and promote employment in the southern regions of the Mediterranean.

Partners and affiliates

The project is coordinated by ANIMA Investment Network within a consortium composed of 6 members: Eurochambres (Association of European Chambers of Commerce); ASCAME (Association of Mediterranean Chambers of Commerce); BusinessMed (Union of Mediterranean Confederations of Enterprises); EMDC Foundation (Euro-med Development Center for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises), GACIC (German-Arab Chamber of Commerce) and EABC (Euro-Arab Business Council).

79 organisations from 26 countries are also associated to the project.

For more information :

Third Country
Morocco Tunisia Other Countries in Africa
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