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Uzņēmējdarbības tiesības

01-02-2018

Eiropas uzņēmējdarbības tiesības daļēji ir kodificētas Direktīvā (ES) 2017/1132 attiecībā uz dažiem aspektiem, un dalībvalstis turpina piemērot atsevišķus uzņēmējsabiedrību veidus regulējošus tiesību aktus, kas laiku pa laikam tiek grozīti, lai nodrošinātu atbilstību ES direktīvām un regulām. Pašreizējo centienu izveidot modernus un efektīvus uzņēmējdarbības tiesību aktus un korporatīvās pārvaldības tiesisko regulējumu, kas paredzēts Eiropas uzņēmumiem, ieguldītājiem un darbiniekiem, mērķis ir uzlabot ...

Eiropas uzņēmējdarbības tiesības daļēji ir kodificētas Direktīvā (ES) 2017/1132 attiecībā uz dažiem aspektiem, un dalībvalstis turpina piemērot atsevišķus uzņēmējsabiedrību veidus regulējošus tiesību aktus, kas laiku pa laikam tiek grozīti, lai nodrošinātu atbilstību ES direktīvām un regulām. Pašreizējo centienu izveidot modernus un efektīvus uzņēmējdarbības tiesību aktus un korporatīvās pārvaldības tiesisko regulējumu, kas paredzēts Eiropas uzņēmumiem, ieguldītājiem un darbiniekiem, mērķis ir uzlabot ES uzņēmējdarbības vidi.

EU support for social entrepreneurs

16-03-2017

Social enterprises combine social goals with entrepreneurial activity. They represent a business model focused on having a positive social or environmental impact rather than simply making profit for shareholders. Social enterprises make a valuable contribution to the economy and society, operating mainly in local communities and covering areas such as education, healthcare, social services, work integration and environmental protection. They are also an increasingly popular choice for outsourcing ...

Social enterprises combine social goals with entrepreneurial activity. They represent a business model focused on having a positive social or environmental impact rather than simply making profit for shareholders. Social enterprises make a valuable contribution to the economy and society, operating mainly in local communities and covering areas such as education, healthcare, social services, work integration and environmental protection. They are also an increasingly popular choice for outsourcing certain public services of general economic interest. Social enterprises encounter challenges in their operations, mostly related to regulatory obstacles and difficulties in accessing funding. At EU level the momentum gained by the Social Business Initiative of 2011 is currently being supplemented by regulatory changes such as the review of the regulation on the European Social Entrepreneurship Funds, improving access to public procurement and developing methodologies for measuring social impact. The EU is also making efforts to improve funding opportunities, for instance via the Social Impact Accelerator and the 'microfinance and social entrepreneurship' axis of the Employment and Social Innovation programme. Additional funding is made available under the European Structural and Investment Funds, as well as programmes tailored to small and medium-sized enterprises. Expansion of the social economy, however, requires further development of a supportive regulatory environment, a tailored financial ecosystem, and also increased visibility and recognition.

European venture capital and social entrepreneurship funds

07-12-2016

This initial appraisal concludes that the Commission's impact assessment is based on sound knowledge and on relevant data relating to the investment funds industry. However, the evidence regarding specifically the two fund frameworks under review - European venture capital funds and European social entrepreneurship funds - is, by the IA's own admission, limited. The IA and the review attached to it do not cover all the points listed in the review clauses of the two regulations, for instance the geographical ...

This initial appraisal concludes that the Commission's impact assessment is based on sound knowledge and on relevant data relating to the investment funds industry. However, the evidence regarding specifically the two fund frameworks under review - European venture capital funds and European social entrepreneurship funds - is, by the IA's own admission, limited. The IA and the review attached to it do not cover all the points listed in the review clauses of the two regulations, for instance the geographical and sectoral distribution of investments undertaken specifically by EuVECA and EuSEF funds. At first sight, it appears that different conclusions could be drawn using the same data provided in the IA, for instance regarding the low take-up and lower than expected performance of the funds. The range of options analysed in depth seems rather narrow. Finally, the purpose of the existing regulations is to enhance the growth of small and medium-size enterprises and of social businesses. The IA states that it is too early to judge whether these objectives have been achieved and excludes this issue from the scope of the analysis. Even so, an initial analysis of the public consultations undertaken shows that, despite the absence of more concrete evidence, a greater effort could have been made to integrate the voice of non-financial businesses, including SMEs and social enterprises, within the IA.  

EYE 2016 – Young connectors: Stairways to the cloud

28-04-2016

The development of information and communications technologies offers the possibility to establish faster connections and on a larger scale than ever before. This opens up the possibility to establish businesses offering new services to companies and/or communities. A new generation of entrepreneurs is on the rise, mastering the opportunities offered by the connected world. However, while ideas flourish easily, they often prove to be harder to implement in practice. This note has been prepared for ...

The development of information and communications technologies offers the possibility to establish faster connections and on a larger scale than ever before. This opens up the possibility to establish businesses offering new services to companies and/or communities. A new generation of entrepreneurs is on the rise, mastering the opportunities offered by the connected world. However, while ideas flourish easily, they often prove to be harder to implement in practice. This note has been prepared for the European Youth Event, taking place in Strasbourg in May 2016. Please click here for the full publication in PDF format

The Availability and Use of Assistance for Entrepreneurship to Young People

22-09-2015

The study on The Availability and Use of Assistance for Entrepreneurship to Young People, produced at the request of the Employment and Social Affairs Committee, provides a typology of EU-level and national initiatives, of the use of these measures and initiatives by young people and any barriers impeding their take-up, and also analyses the outcomes of these measures. This leaflet presents the key findings of the study.

The study on The Availability and Use of Assistance for Entrepreneurship to Young People, produced at the request of the Employment and Social Affairs Committee, provides a typology of EU-level and national initiatives, of the use of these measures and initiatives by young people and any barriers impeding their take-up, and also analyses the outcomes of these measures. This leaflet presents the key findings of the study.

The Availability and Use of Assistance for Entrepreneurship to Young People

15-04-2015

This document, provided by Policy Department A to the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, provides an up-to-date picture of developments as regards the availability and use of support programmes and schemes to promote or facilitate youth entrepreneurship across the EU. It presents a description of existing policy approaches to youth entrepreneurship support and an analysis of their strengths and weaknesses through a selection of policy examples from eleven Member States.

This document, provided by Policy Department A to the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, provides an up-to-date picture of developments as regards the availability and use of support programmes and schemes to promote or facilitate youth entrepreneurship across the EU. It presents a description of existing policy approaches to youth entrepreneurship support and an analysis of their strengths and weaknesses through a selection of policy examples from eleven Member States.

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Michael RICHARDSON, Anette CURTH, Danilo BIANCHINI and Nora WUKOVITS

'Make in India' for more 'made in India'

21-01-2015

Doing business in India today is much more difficult than elsewhere, but the government wants to change this. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched the 'Make in India' initiative to attract investors and make India a global manufacturing hub.

Doing business in India today is much more difficult than elsewhere, but the government wants to change this. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched the 'Make in India' initiative to attract investors and make India a global manufacturing hub.

Crowdfunding – an alternative financing option for SMEs

25-11-2014

The economic and financial crisis has significantly reduced banks' lending to businesses. This gap in financing, coupled with the rise of social media and interactive online platforms, has contributed to the increased popularity of crowdfunding as a possible alternative source of funding. In this context, the European Commission adopted a communication on unleashing the potential of crowdfunding in the EU, as part of efforts to improve the long-term financing of enterprises and encourage innovation ...

The economic and financial crisis has significantly reduced banks' lending to businesses. This gap in financing, coupled with the rise of social media and interactive online platforms, has contributed to the increased popularity of crowdfunding as a possible alternative source of funding. In this context, the European Commission adopted a communication on unleashing the potential of crowdfunding in the EU, as part of efforts to improve the long-term financing of enterprises and encourage innovation.

The notion of 'consumer' in EU law

06-05-2013

The notion of 'consumer' is a key concept de­limiting the application of consumer-pro­tection rules. However, not only is there no con­sis­tent and uniform definition in EU law, there are also divergences amongst the Member States.

The notion of 'consumer' is a key concept de­limiting the application of consumer-pro­tection rules. However, not only is there no con­sis­tent and uniform definition in EU law, there are also divergences amongst the Member States.

Women's entrepreneurship in the EU

30-04-2013

Female entrepreneurship is important to the European Union for both gender equality and economic growth. Yet, while women are catching up on labour markets, the gender gap in entrepreneurship is still wide.

Female entrepreneurship is important to the European Union for both gender equality and economic growth. Yet, while women are catching up on labour markets, the gender gap in entrepreneurship is still wide.

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