LAST CALL FOR VIDA DEMONSTRATION VOUCHER PROPOSALS
As you might be working on a proposal and the deadline is approaching, we would like to remind you of some of the main requirements.
To be eligible to apply for VIDA Demonstration Voucher you shall:
be an SME by the EU definition (see https://ec.europa.eu/growth/smes/business-friendly-environment/sme-definition_en),
be located in one of the VIDA regions (DK, NL, DE, Lombardy-IT Region, CZ, Aragon-ES region, PT) OR belong to one of the clusters from VIDA partnership (see https://vidaproject.eu/partners/),
address one of VIDA challenges mentioned above in order to optimize resource efficiency (see https://vidaproject.eu/vida-voucher-scheme/vida-challenges/),
form a consortium with at least another SME from a different sector to collaborate with a prospective user (ref VIDA Terms and Conditions https://vidaproject.eu/vida-voucher-scheme/vida-terms-and-conditions/).
submit the filled VIDA DV Application form v2.0 via Clou5 (https://www.clou5.net/groups/profile/36891/vida-demonstration-voucher).
Please note that only DV Application form v2.0 template titled "Application for Demonstration Voucher (second call)" is valid. The template has to be completely filled out, must be signed and be submitted in PDF format (.pdf). Please do not use digital signatures but sign the document electronically or normally by hand.
In case you are curious and would like to take a look at the awarded projects and how they are working in practice, check the snapshot of our beneficiaries and their innovation projects: https://vidaproject.eu/2019/10/11/vida-success-stories-awarded-demonstration-voucher-projects-in-the-1st-call/
We encourage you to send your application some days before the deadline, to avoid typical last-minute inconveniences!
We look forward to receiving your application.
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VIDA – Value added Innovation in fooD chAins– aims to accelerate the implementation of new solutions (preferably key enabling technologies) in the food sector which improve the usage of water and energy with the ambition to reduce losses and consumption. VIDA has three different types of funding vouchers to support small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) seeking new resource efficient solutions.
The VIDA project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement nº 777795.
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