Target beneficiaries SMEs and Pilot users
Call title SME instrument
Slogan Are you an innovative, high-flying small or medium-sized business with European and global ambitions?
About callWho should apply to the EIC Accelerator pilot
Are you an innovative, high-flying small or medium-sized business with European and global ambitions?
Have you got an idea for an innovation that targets new markets and could boost the growth of your company?
Are you looking for substantial funding to support you in the last stages of development?
And could you make use of business development resources and coaching to take your company forward?
Then the EIC Accelerator pilot (SME Instrument) is for you.
The EIC Accelerator pilot (SME Instrument) supports high-risk, high-potential small and medium-sized enterprises to develop and bring to market new products, services and business models that could drive economic growth.
The EIC Accelerator pilot (SME Instrument) is for innovators with ground-breaking concepts that could shape new markets or disrupt existing ones in Europe and worldwide.
Selected companies receive business coaching to further develop their innovation idea, and can also receive mentoring. They are helped in networking with other EIC Accelerator pilot (SME Instrument) clients, with other companies of all sizes, and with potential co-investors and follow-up investors across Europe.
As an SME Instrument client, you will gain visibility and boost your chances of success...
Deadline time (CET) 17:00
Target beneficiaries Pilot Lines and OITB
Call title DT-ICT-04-2020: Photonics Innovation Hubs
Slogan H2020 Funding Opportunity
About callSpecific Challenge:
The challenge is to provide a sustainable ecosystem of research and innovation support for the benefit of SMEs facilitating a broad uptake and integration of photonics technologies. These Photonics Innovation Hubs will help speed up the uptake of photonics technologies in order to make European industry more competitive and foster new business and business models. Business cases must be industrially relevant and should include industrialisation steps to technology and market readiness levels of 7 - 8.
The focus is on the following theme
Open access to Photonics Innovation Hubs: One-stop-shop access, supported through a network of competence centres, to services and capabilities such as expertise, training, prototyping, design, engineering, business support, financing advice and pilot manufacturing for first users and early adopters enabling the wider up-take and deployment of photonic technologies in innovative products. Actions must build on relevant previous European initiatives and existing infrastructure at European and regional level, demonstrate a record of accomplishment in supporting industry, in particular SMEs. Actions should also address skills development as well as support to the development of new innovation hubs.
The Commission considers that either proposals covering a range of photonics technologies and requesting a...
Deadline time (CET) 17:00
Call title KET4CleanProduction Micro Grants
Scope: Micro Grants are offered for transnational cooperation projects between small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and minimum 2 KET technology centres (KET TCs), which aim to integrate key enabling technologies (KET) to solve clean production challenges. Focus is on upgrading production processes.
Expected duration of a micro grant project: up to 6 months
Maximum amount of financial support for each third party: EUR 50.000 (provided as lump sum).
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