The activities of Euroconsumers are many and varied, ranging from coordinated enforcement actions to partnerships with market players, surveys, European grants projects’ development, market research and international events.
Connected consumers: making the most of the smart revolution
Millions of people now own a range of internet-connected home appliances and gadgets. How do these connected consumers really feel about the value of smart devices?
Start talking webinar: from age verification to copyright infringement, to preserve or not to preserve anonymity?
On February 3rd Euroconsumers and guests discussed the balance between internet anonymity, and online safety
Start talking webinar: making safety matter across the metaverse
On the 12th May, Euroconsumers discussed the new web that is on its way, and how can we build in safety and respect from the start
Start talking webinar: crypto currencies - new kids on the block
On the 23 March, Euroconsumers and guests had an open discussion on cryptocurrencies from a consumer perspective
Dangerous levels of toxins found in balloons sold online - what can digital marketplaces do?
Altroconsumo safety tests find harmful chemicals in balloons sold on and offline. With so many items available for purchase online, this highlights once again the challenge of monitoring product safety on marketplace platforms.
New survey shows consumers are struggling with rising prices, as they have been forced to change their purchasing habits
A worrying number of respondents indicate they do not have any margins or savings left to deal with future price increases
Euroconsumers members aim to ease the pain for consumers as energy crisis continues
The REPowerEU action plan for an energy independent Europe is due tomorrow. Find out how Euroconsumers’ organisations are stepping up efforts to support consumers amid soaring energy prices and instability.
ALEXM project: affordable medications and vaccines for all
Euroconsumers members Altroconsumo and Test Achats/Test Aankoop continue the fight for fairer pharmaceuticals for consumers
Territorial Supply Constraints mean higher prices for consumers
Artificial supply constraint is raising prices for consumers in smaller European countries.