The EU textile and clothing industry has reinvented itself through innovation, creativity, adoption of advanced manufacturing technologies, market diversification and internationalisation. Since 2013 the industry’s turnover has grown by 14% to € 181 billion and extra-EU exports by 15% to € 48 billion while employment and company numbers have been maintained.
PRESS RELEASE: 2018 EURATEX General Assembly: Investing in the textile and clothing factories of the future in Europe08 Jun 2018
The 2018 EURATEX General Assembly showcases the economic renaissance of the textile and clothing industry, and its visions for the future, among numerous participants in Brussels.
The objective of this call for expressions of interest is to set up a list of external experts to support the implementation of the European structural and investment funds in the fields and themes as set out in the standard application form.
The partnership and the organisation behind the partnership, EURATEX is pleased to announce the launch of a new strategic course to strengthen the voice of the European textile and apparel industry with the European policy institutions in Brussels as well as governmental bodies and partner organisations around the globe.
WATIFY, a European Commission-funded initiative aimed at supporting EU efforts to stimulate the modernisation of Europe’s industries, is very pleased to invite you to participate in upcoming webinars in March 2018!
Calling urban mobility and manufacturing innovators: competition for new EIT innovation communities launched
The reports on promising KETs-based products aimed to provide stakeholders with an analytical base to help strengthen cross-regional cooperation mechanisms in order to boost the deployment of KETs in Europe.
Following the renewed industrial policy strategy published on 13 September, the European Commission set up the High-Level Industrial Roundtable 'Industry 2030'. The Commission is now calling for applications for membership of this group.
Commission gives new support to help industrial transition regions build resilient and low-carbon economies14 Dec 2017
Today the Commission is announcing which regions in industrial transition will benefit from tailored support under a new EU-funded pilot action.
In order to facilitate strategic interregional collaborations and strong industry involvement, and to create a project pipeline for smart specialisation investments across Europe, the European Commission started to offer support to regional authorities, clusters and industry stakeholders through an integrated approach to smart specialisation, clusters and industrial modernisation.
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