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Deadline: 27/09/2017
IraSME is a network of ministries and funding agencies which are owners or managers of national and regional funding programmes for cooperative research projects between small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and in participation of research and technology organisations (RTOs). Against the background of growing competition in global markets, IraSME supports SMEs in their transnational innovation activities, helps them to acquire technological know-how, extend their networks and bridge the gap between research and innovation. Twice a year IraSME issues calls for proposals for transnational...
Deadline: 27/09/2017
Submission is possible until 27 September 2017 (12 p.m. CET) via the CORNET Submission Tool . Twice a year CORNET issues Calls for Proposals for international Collective Research projects involving at least two different countries/regions. The calls follow a bottom-up approach: every topic that supports SMEs in their innovation efforts is welcome. A CORNET project consortium consists of three pillars in each participating country/region: 1. SME organisation, association or cluster (depending on national structures), 2. research performer and 3. SME user committee (with a minimum of 5 SMEs per...
Deadline: 30/09/2017
The EaP PLUS project, funded by the European Union, just launched its first cluster grant scheme ! The EaP PLUS Grant Scheme (2017) is designed to enhance EU-EaP research and innovation partnerships through cluster and cluster-like organisation cooperation. The activity aims at strengthening clusters in EaP countries, transferring the EU’s – and, when relevant, the EaP countries’ - good practices, and facilitating sustainable inter-cluster cooperation between the EU and EaP countries’ existing or emerging clusters. The grant finances the cooperation activities between 6 EaP clusters and their...
Deadline: 30/09/2017
INNOLABS , a 5.4 M EUR project financed through the H2020 INNOSUP-1-2015 call "Cluster facilitated projects for new value chains", aims to foster collaboration, transfer of knowledge and opportunities among SMEs from different countries and sectors in order to develop, improve and deliver disruptive technologies mainly related to mHealth, personalized healthcare and ageing populations. The First INNOLABS Open Call opened on 15 June 2017 and will close on 30 September 2017. This call for innovative projects in personalized healthcare is seeking applications targeting a combination of ICT, BIO...
Deadline: 06/10/2017
Recent trends in the Japanese Healthcare & Medical Technologies sector are showing strong business opportunities for European companies. Take advantage of them! Continued steady growth of the medical devices market shows increasing needs for advanced diagnostics and therapeutic technologies. Nursing care equipment is in high demand due to the nation's ageing population and the high turnover rate of nursing care staff. Furthermore, demand for remote care solutions for at home patients is increasing. A range of opportunities, along with the ones listed above, could drive your market...
Deadline: 13/10/2017
In South Korea public concerns over air pollution and nuclear safety are increasing, coupling with a clear commitment from President Moon’s newly inaugurated government to cut carbon emissions and move to clean energy. Moreover, the investment climate is increasingly favorable for renewables and natural gas, as subsidies are increased and plans are made to put higher taxes on coal-fired and nuclear plants. The need to ensure energy security will open receptiveness to new solutions and technologies for affordable electricity. Plans to transform the renewable energy market from “government-led...
Deadline: 18/10/2017
Topic identifier: INNOSUP-05-2016-2017 Publication date: 14 October 2015 Types of action: CSA-LS CSA Lump sum DeadlineModel: Opening date: multiple cut-off 10 November 2015 Cut-off dates: 17 March 2016 17:00:00 18 October 2016 17:00:00 08 March 2017 17:00:00 18 October 2017 17:00:00 Time Zone : (Brussels time) Specific Challenge: Innovation support agencies, i.e. the regional and national agencies that design and/or implement innovation support programmes for SMEs are important intermediaries for SME innovation. Focus, design and delivery mechanism of innovation support programmes determine...
Deadline: 19/10/2017
Topic identifier: COS-2017-3-04-1 Publication date: 13 July 2017 Types of action: COSME-GA Grant agreement DeadlineModel: Opening date: single-stage 13 July 2017 Specific challenge: Support a project in the area of FashionTech (intersection of fashion and technology) Facilitating and reinforcing cross-sectoral collaboration amongst relevant organisations (incubators, accelerators, labs, universities, research centres and other relevant business support organisations) Supporting a number of innovative start-ups and SMEs WIth a budget of EUR 1,600,000, the main objective of this action is to...
Deadline: 19/10/2017
Topic identifier: COS-2017-3-04-2 Publication date: 13 July 2017 Types of action: COSME-GA Grant agreement DeadlineModel: Opening date: single-stage 13 July 2017 WIth a budget of EUR 1,000,000, the main objective of this action is to support the creation, business development and scaling-up of companies in the fashion and the tourism sectors through incubators integrating creative, art and design skills from CCIs (Cultural and Creative Industries) with technology, science and other relevant expertise. Specific objectives of the action: Facilitating and reinforcing cross-sectoral collaboration...
Deadline: 22/10/2017
Cluster organisations and industry associations representing private sector companies from Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, or Slovenia taking on the role of a Digital Innovation Hub (DIH) have the opportunity offered by the European Commission to apply for participation in a training programme managed by PwC and Oxentia. Objectives of the call The DIHs should, after having gone through the training programme, be an important pillar for the digitisation of the industry in the selected countries and regions, where...

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