Home > Profile Events > C-Voucher's 2nd Adopters Open Call webinar: Supporting SMEs to develop a circular business case

C-Voucher's 2nd Adopters Open Call webinar: Supporting SMEs to develop a circular business case

Selected Profile: 
Date: 
02/10/2020
To event remaining 7 days
Address: 
Online GotoWebinar
Spain
ES
Description: 

 

About this event

C-Voucher’s 2nd Open Call for Adopters was launched last 3rd of August and is calling all SMEs active in Health, Blue Growth, Textile, Agri-Food, and Manufacturing domains that want to develop circular business cases to transform their current linear value chains into circular ones.

The Open Call will stay open until the 30th of October 2020, at 17:00 (Brussels local time).

24 selected SMEs will get €15,000 (a lump sum to cover the costs of participation in the programme) and access to the Value Chain Replication Programme (up to 3 months in total length), which includes up to 1 month of Designer-in-Residence support and assistance in identifying further funding to implement that plan developed within the circular business case.

  • When: Friday, 2 October, 14:30 - 15:30 CEST
  • Where: Online
  • Registration: here
  • With whom: Almudena Sánchez Escrich, C-Voucher’s Project Manager at FundingBox. She has extensive experience in information research for international and national projects, with strong expertise in public funding, in particular the one related to the European Union.

SMEs interested in being adopters and creating their business case can APPLY for the 2nd Adopters’ Open Call before October 30th, 2020 at 17:00 CET (Brussels local time).

About C-Voucher

C-VoUCHER is the first pan-European initiative, funded by the European Commission, aiming at the adoption of the concept of the Circular Economy to transform linear value chains towards circular models. The project is distributing a total of €4.2m to SMEs through 4 open calls.

The project will leverage a total of €6 million of complementary funding for selected SMEs provided by private and public investors. A “Circular Design Toolkit for Regions” will also be produced to mainstream the methodology in other EU Regions.

#CircularEconomy

Share: