Industrial Policy

  • 7 August 2012 - Public consultation "Consultation on Industrial Policy Communication 2012"

The European Commission industrial policy flagship of 2010 laid out a strategy for sustainable growth, competitiveness and job creation in the context of Europe 2020. The 2012 review of the industrial policy communication will be adopted by the Commission in September 2012. The new communication should focus on a limited number of new initiatives capable of effectively delivering results to tackle the economic crisis in the short to medium term, as well as actions aiming at correcting or eliminating problems that may have been detected in the implementation of our industrial policy strategy. The responses to the questionnaire will help the Commission identify policy priorities and develop appropriate policy responses.

Ensie Contribution: English


Single market

  • 15 December 2014 - Public consultation on the Small Business Act (SBA) "A strong European policy to support Small and Medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and entrepreneurs 2015-2020"

The aim of this public consultation is to gather feed-back and ideas on how the Small Business Act for Europe should be revised to continue a strong European policy to support Small and Medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and entrepreneurs in 2015-2020.

ENSIE Contribution: English (only available)

  • 28 February 2011 - Public consultation "Single Market Act"

The Single Market Act has been adopted by the European Commission on 27 October 2010. It consists of 50 policy proposals that are being submitted to public debate for a four month period running up to 28 February 2011. Following this, the Commission will propose to seal the commitment of the other Institutions on a final version of the Single Market Act. Source: European Commission

ENSIE contribution: English, French

  • 31 March 2008 - Public consultation "Small Business Act for Europe: Small and medium sized enterprises"

Adopted in June 2008, the "Small Business Act" for Europe reflects the Commission's political will to recognise the central role of SMEs in the EU economy and for the first time puts into place a comprehensive SME policy framework for the EU and its Member States. Source: European Commission

ENSIE contribution: only available in French