Africa and the Middle East
Australia and New Zealand
Central and South America and the Caribbean
The center of gravity for Europe's economy is expected to shift eastward.
Companies exporting goods to EU markets must designate an economic operator to serve as a clear point of contact for questions or problems with the product.
It is projected that 7 million new solar panels will be installed in Dutch homes in the coming year.
Wisconsin companies can partner with Dutch companies as this trend drives change in multiple industries.
Depending on how Brexit plays out, companies with a presence in the UK may be looking to move to mainland Europe.
Wisconsin companies can help the European nation expand its capacity for wind, solar and other forms of renewable energy.
The marking indicates that a product has been assessed to meet the European Economic Area's standards for safety, health and environmental protection.
Wisconsin companies can provide agricultural technology to support the current focus on efficiency, cost savings and sustainability.
Sustainability and connected systems are especially in demand.
Hospitals and other health care facilities have room for improvement in the food they serve to patients, and Wisconsin companies can be part of the solution.
Wisconsin companies can supply food for domestic consumption as well as distribution to other markets.
The country is a distribution center within Europe for many companies, and has rising health care expenditures domestically as well as an ecosystem of research and development for innovations that make a worldwide impact.
Aviation and aerospace products are the country's leading category of imports from the U.S., spelling opportunity for Wisconsin exporters.
The environment, renewable energy, and national defense are expected to be among the top priorities of the new coalition government.
Growth in the Muslim population has created opportunities for companies that understand the cultural factors involved in marketing to this group.
The nation will need to make use of all available sources, including land-based and offshore wind energy, to meet its renewable energy targets.
When it comes to nuclear energy, the relationship between Belgium and the U.S. started at the end of the Second World War and has remained close since Belgium’s involvement in the Manhattan Project.
The Life Sciences 2030 plan is an initiative from the HollandBIO association, and was established by leading companies and experts in this sector. According to HollandBIO, the Dutch life science sector comprised 455 companies with 24,000 employees in 2015, mostly in research and development. One of the goals for 2030 is to have 1,279 companies and over 60,000 employees active in this sector.
Every year, over 250,000 public authorities in the EU spend around 14 percent of the EU’s GDP on the purchase of services, works and supplies. In many sectors such as energy, transportation, waste management, social protection and the provision of health or education services, public authorities are the principal buyers. In order to create a level playing field for businesses, the EU law sets out minimum, harmonized public procurement rules, which are translated into national legislation and apply to tenders whose monetary value exceeds the following amounts:
Market News Update Market: Luxembourg Date: December 2015 Luxembourg: Where Data Meets Medicine Why this is important to Wisconsin businesses: Given Wisconsin’s expertise in information and communication technology as well as medical devices, this trend presents opportunities for Wisconsin companies. Industry/sector: Bioscience, Health Technology, Medical & Scientific, Information Technology As Europe prepares to face major demographic changes, there is an…
“Global Challenges, Smart Solutions” is the theme of the Netherlands delegation at Hannover Messe 2016. Dutch technology companies will show their pragmatic, inventive and strong interdisciplinary approach and their international cooperation toward solving challenges in water technology, energy, health care and food production.