Small and medium-sized enterprises. 1. The Parties will promote a favourable environment for the development of the small and medium enterprises (SME) on the basis of strengthening of the relevant private and governmental bodies, as well as the exchange of experiences and good practices with the SME. 2. Cooperation shall include, among other subjects: (a) the designing and development of mechanisms to encourage partnership and productive chain linkage development; (b) development of human resources and management skills to increase the knowledge of the Chinese and Peruvian markets; (c) defining and developing methods and strategies for clusters development; (d) increasing access to information regarding mandatory procedures and any other relevant information for an SME exporter; (e) defining technological transference: programs oriented to transfer technological innovation to SME and to improve their productivity; (f) increasing access to information on technological promotion programs for SME and financial support and encouragement programs for SME; (g) supporting new exporting SME (sponsorship, credits and guarantees, seed capital); and (h) encouraging partnership and information exchange for SME financing institutions (credits, banks, guarantee organizations, seed capital firms). 3. Cooperation shall be developed, among other activities, through: (a) information exchange; (b) conferences, seminars, experts dialogue and training programs with experts; and (c) promoting contacts between economic operators, encouraging opportunities for industrial and technical prospecting.
Small and medium-sized enterprises. Cooperation between the Parties shall be aimed at developing and strengthening private sector small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), the establishment of new undertakings in areas offering potential for growth and cooperation between SMEs in the Community and in Serbia. Cooperation shall take due account of priority areas related to the Community acquis in the field of SMEs, as well as the ten guidelines enshrined in the European Charter for Small Enterprises.
Small and medium-sized enterprises. 1. The Parties will promote a favourable environment for the development of the small and medium enterprises (SME) on the basis of strengthening of the relevant private and governmental bodies, as well as the exchange of experiences and good practices with the SME.
Small and medium-sized enterprises. The objective of cooperation will be the creation of an environment propitious to the development of SMEs on local and export markets through, inter alia: - promotion of contacts between enterprises, in particular through recourse to the Community's networks and instruments for the promotion of industrial cooperation and partnership; - easier access to investment finance; - information and support services; - enhancement of human resources with the aim of stimulating innovation and the setting-up of projects and business ventures.
Small and medium-sized enterprises. (a) Subject to Clause 6.1.4(c), the Contractor shall implement such processes and measures as may be appropriate so as to ensure that, where the Contractor is proposing to sub-contract any of the Goods or Services prior to or at any time during the Contractor Period, SMEs (when compared with other potential sub- contractors) are given fair, equal and proportionate access to the sub-contracting opportunity. At a minimum, the Contractor shall:
Small and medium-sized enterprises please insert your % requirement for SMEs within your Supplier’s supply chain; Relevant Convictions – Please insert here any requirement concerning relevant convictions of Suppliers, Sub-Contractors or personnel; Concession – Please specify if a Concession Agreement is required under the Call- Off Contract; Collateral Warranties - You should specify whether Collateral Warranties are required for this contract and the form this will take; Performance Bond – You should indicate whether a Performance Bond is required for this contract. This is price affecting and therefore should be stipulated on tender release. You should ensure the form of Performance Bond is clear; Call-Off Guarantee – You should indicate whether a Call-Off Guarantee is required for this contract. This is price affecting and therefore should be stipulated on tender release. You should ensure the form of Call-Off Guarantee required is clear; Social Value Commitment – This section should be populated on contract award and include any commitments from the Supplier’s quality responses; and Signatures (deed / underhand) – You must make it clear whether your intention is for the Order Form and Schedules (the Call-Off Contract) to be signed as a deed or underhand.