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Open call for SMEs to get innovation services in the field of the biobased economy

SuperBIO is an innovation project supported through the EU Horizon2020 funding programme. The € 3.8 million project supports the development of promising industrial value chains in the biobased economy. It therefore engages with the EU biobased business community which can come from various sectors, eg. chemistry, food, agriculture, plastics, packaging, materials, automotive, renewable energy, and many more. 

SuperBIO provides (i) networking and advice to SMEs on innovation opportunities, (ii) value chain building and (iii) 10 different professional innovation services. Advice and value chain building are free of charge. Innovation services are 75% funded by SuperBIO and are provided by professional and leading service providers/consultants from Belgium, UK and Germany.

Services include proof-of-concept/scale up, Innovation capture and patent filing, techno-economic evaluation, market research, feedstock analysis, sustainability and regulatory appraisal, LCA, business planning, access to investors, subsidy and grant strategy.

SuperBIO has an open call for proposals for SMEs that want to innovate in the biobased economy. An application form can be submitted at any time until 22nd of June 2018 or until the maximal capacity of the project is reached. A cross border value chain will be built including at least 3 stakeholders from at least 2 different countries taking advantage of the wide network of the consortium with clusters from Spain, Belgium, France and Poland, and networks in UK and Germany. 

Visit the project website, download the application form and guidance document and submit your application form now! Do not hesitate to contact the SuperBIO representatives. You can register to the project to make yourself visible in the project, to be updated on the project and to get in contact with your local representative.

Deadline: 
Thursday, 22 June, 2017