ECCP introduces new projects from the INNOSUP initiative
The INNOSUP initiative addresses the challenge to develop new cross-sectoral industrial value chains across the EU, by building upon the innovation potential of SMEs. The initiative was launched by the European Commission in 2015 under the H2020 programme and now introduces the first projects approved under the 2016 call. We invite you to learn more about these projects:
- INCluSilver (aiming at creating the right conditions for generating and validating innovative ideas in the field of personal nutrition for the silver population that have a great potential to reach the market) and
- CyCLE (aiming to provide an acceleration and smartization virtuous cycle methodology in the OpenSpace with vehicle, infrastructure and device & TelCo interactions and consumer & business services across 6 industrial value chains (Mobility, Automotive, Electronics, ICT, Services and Infrastructure).
Take this opportunity to update your knowledge on the projects generated under the 2015 call and who regularly inform the European cluster community about the funding made available through their activities for European SMEs.
To stay updated on the INNOSUP projects, please see https://www.clustercollaboration.eu/eu-initiative/innosup-calls.