SBS “Meeting Standards” awareness campaign is a success!

SBS “Meeting Standards” awareness campaign is a success!

SBS successfully wrapped up the first edition of Meeting Standards. Coinciding with the European SME week, this initiative has significantly contributed to enhancing SME awareness about the crucial role of standards in Europe.

Early estimates indicate that the campaign surpassed its initial target, recording more than 350 participants, and engaging with an impressive 5000 SME and standardisation stakeholders across Europe through the different platforms and channels.

Different research projects (STAND4EU, HSBooster, StandICT, Blockstand), organisations (COSMED, EBC, SMEunited) and experts participated in the campaign by organising activities on a variety of standards-related topics such as blockchain technologies, smart manufacturing, cosmetics, AI, construction and the new Construction Products Regulation or innovation management.

The campaign kicked off with a workshop organised in the context of the SME Assembly in Bilbao dedicated to standards and their role in the  30 years of the EU single market. In this context, SBS also launched a brochure on the same topic. The campaign also saw the launch of the “Meeting Her Standards” podcast highlighting the work of women in standardisation in various key sectors.

The campaign ended on 21 November with SBS’ flagship conference, a prime annual forum for discussing standardisation and related policies. This year’s theme, “SMEs and smart manufacturing – Standards as accelerators of industry change”, was especially relevant, reflecting the significant presence and importance of SMEs in Europe’s manufacturing sector.

Join us in November 2024 for the next edition of the campaign!


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