ACTTiVAte Call for Proposals is open. Apply now!

Submitted by Carlos Romero on 15 June 2017

The ACTTiVAte project has launched its call for proposals, the call will be open from June 1st 2017 to September 5th 2017 (17:00 CET).

This call is supported by the ACTTiVAte project consortium and is financed by the EU’s Horizon 2020 Program under Grant Agreement 691473. The call is addressed to innovative SMEs and aims to enable the emergence of new cross-border and cross-sectoral value chains through fostering technology transfer within four sectors with strong synergies: Aerospace, Agri-food, Health and ICT.

After the call, the selected SMEs will receive direct funding of up to EUR 46.000 for their innovative projects and will also benefit from additional business support services such as training workshops, mentoring, brokerage events, mobility exchange programs and investment forums to ensure the innovative projects develop a marketable product.

More information: http://acttivate.eu

About ACTTiVAte

ACTTiVAte aims to foster cross-sectoral innovation among SMEs from four different sectors, aerospace, agri-food, health and ICT, allocating 85% of the project budget to SMEs.

ACTTiVAte will focus its effort in setting up strategies that allow clusters to lead the engagement of SMEs in activities intended to create new services and products and therefore the generation of new value chains and emerging industries across Europe.

Who? SMEs with an innovative technology transfer project between at least two of the following sectors: aerospace, agri-food, health and ICT.

What? Up to EUR 46k direct funding each project Technology Transfer & Commercialization Workshops One-to-one Mentoring and Coaching Brokerage and B2B Matchmaking events Investment Readiness Training Workshops Investment Forums Mobility and Exchange Program Follow-up and help desk facility Cluster collaboration Tool

How? Apply to the Call for Proposals.Proposals are admitted until September 5, 2017

Cluster organisation
MADRID AEROSPACE CLUSTER
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