Skopje, Macedonia, November 30, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- iVote founders attended the 2017 SME Assembly in Tallinn, Estonia by personal invitation from Kristin Schreiber, European Commission Director for SME Policy, and Viljar Lubi, Deputy Secretary General for Economic Development and SME Envoy.
This year, the SME Assembly and the Startup Nations Summit took place on either side of European SME week. SME Assembly focuses on scaling small businesses and creating the conditions for small and medium-sized enterprises to grow. iVote was given the rare chance and invited to meet interested investors in the scope of the European Commission (DG ECFIN) policy and matchmaking event.
“A small step can sometimes generate a massive innovation leap for an enterprise.” – Juri Ratas, Prime Minister of Estonia
“It is a great honor for our company to be invited to participate at the most prestigious SME event in EU. This is a great chance to meet potential partners, investors and collaborators across Europe. We share our business ideas and innovations with professionals and we absorb experiences from other domain experts, which broaden our corporate perspectives,” stated Prof. Goce Armenski, iVote Co-Founder and Board member.
“Doing business in a vibrant environment is always a challenge and an incentive for continuous improvement. We are happy to be singled out to also attend the European Commission (DG ECFIN) policy and matchmaking event, which gives us the opportunity to explore really exciting investment prospects,” stated Prof. Ljupcho Antovski, iVote Co-Founder and Board member.
The European Commission, in co-operation with the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, organized the SME Assembly. It took place at the Kultuurikatel in Tallinn from 22-24 November 2017.
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