EU SME Centre renews partnership agreement with the Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

11 February 2022

On 19 January 2022, the representatives of the EU SME Centre (the Centre) and the Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) renewed the partnership agreement signed back in 2019. Previous collaboration between the Centre and LCCI included the organisation of various training workshops focused on business development, trade fair preparation, and e-commerce, and support in trade missions to China in the framework of the LEF network to China project.

The renewal of this partnership agreement proofs the commitment of both parties to continue to work together and create synergies to support LCCI and those Latvian SMEs interested in the Chinese market.

The Centre is glad to re-establish this cooperation and continue its support to the internationalisation plans of the Latvian SMEs and, in particular, the members of LCCI.

To get notified about our upcoming events organised be sure to register on the Centre’s website, follow our social media and subscribe to our mailing list to get any updates sent directly to your inbox. All these actions are available free of charge, as all the services the Centre offers.

If you are a business support organisation in the EU or the COSME-participating countries and have affiliated companies interested in the Chinese market, please contact our Partnership Coordinator to obtain further information about partnerships and collaborations. The EU SME Centre offers a wide range of complimentary

services to partners and affiliated SMEs to improve their readiness to the market.

To get notified about our upcoming events organised be sure to register on the Centre’s website, follow our social media and subscribe to our mailing list to get any updates sent directly to your inbox. All these actions are available free of charge, as all the services the Centre offers.

If you are a business support organisation in the EU or the COSME-participating countries and have affiliated companies interested in the Chinese market, please contact our Partnership Coordinator to obtain further information about partnerships and collaborations. The EU SME Centre offers a wide range of complimentary services to partners and affiliated SMEs to improve their readiness to the market.

About the Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI)

Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is the biggest association of entrepreneurs in Latvia uniting more than 6,000 members – micro, small, medium and large enterprises of all regions and industries, associations, city business clubs and other unions of entrepreneurs. LCCI was founded in 1934 with the mission of supporting Latvian entrepreneurs and business grow and export. LCCI supports internationalization by organizing outgoing trade missions, training workshops and providing consultation services on interesting foreign markets.

LEF network to China project.

LEF Network to China aims to create an export support network to China. The target industry is wood products with added value. The goal is to develop long-term connections between Central Baltic (CB) region (from Latvia, Estonia and Finland) and China in terms of global trade of wood products.

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