i-genius’ European Union Advisory Service assists businesses and organisations to take advantage of opportunities and safeguard against threats that exist in the fast-changing continent of Europe. The EUAS consists of two elements: Consultation and Projects.
Relevant irrespective of location to businesses in the UK, EU27 or those outside the European Union.
It provides advice on:
- Strategic Planning
- Policy developments
- Brexit scenario planning
- EU Funding
- Trading in Europe
- Base Europe – Relocating, expanding or setting up a business in Europe
The EUAS is led by Tommy Hutchinson, a former aerospace analyst, European analyst and political adviser to NatWest Group. As director of the Industry Forum, Tommy led two multi-sector corporate delegations to the World Trade Organisation and is a European Commission Expert on Sustainability and Social Innovation. He co-author of A Risky Business.
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European Union Advisory Service Projects
i-genius has secured EU funding and delivered EUAS projects to businesses, NGOs and universities. These include:
Web-COSI – a European Commission project examining how social entrepreneurs and civil society engage with data and statistics; partners:OECD, Italian National Statistics Institute (ISTAT), Lunaria, i-genius. i-genius page | Web-COSI website
College Life and Brexit – presentation and seminar on how Brexit will affect Universities/Higher Edudation Institutes and students. Learn more: https://www.i-genius.org/i-genius-policy-centre/europe-evolve/college-life-and-brexit/
House of European Art (HEART) – facilitating the development of a charity promoting European values through the arts.
Base Europe – first Business Review on Paris is available via https://www.baseeurope.org/
Trade in Europe – i-genius is experienced in delivering trade programmes. It was implementation partner for the Commonwealth SMEs Export program https://www.i-genius.org/programmes/commonwealthfirst which originated at the Commonwealth Business Forum in Malta 2014