23 projects involve at least 2 SMEs from 2 different European countries and sectors (digital or aerospace technologies applied to maritime sectors) and address at least one of the 22 blue growth challenges in the following domains: smart port, smart ship, smart shipyard and maritime surveillance.
A new call for proposals under the Market Surveillance programme was launched on 1 April 2022, with deadline for applications on 15 June 2022. It will provide a total funding of €1,257,000.
Is your project dealing with clean and sustainable energy or operating in the energy sector? If yes, it is time to give it some visibility at the European level and submit your proposal for the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW).
Along with direct financial support, INNOSUP-funded project DIGI-B-CUBE provides non-direct financial support to companies by bringing them to big international events where they can commercialise their products and meet relevant stakeholders.
A new call/invitation to submit a proposal under the Standardisation strand of the SMP was launched on 8 March 2022
EISMEA stands with Ukraine - read how
I3 calls - new cut-off date added. Submit your proposal by 20 April
How innovative projects are boosting the tourism sector in the EU through digital and data-driven innovations, smarter and greener destinations and by connecting people with the latest technologies.
The European Innovation Council (EIC) launched today the ninth edition of the EU Prize for Women Innovators. The Prize celebrates the women entrepreneurs behind Europe’s game-changing innovations, to inspire more women to follow their footsteps.
Nearly four out of ten women in the EU (38%) reported during the period 2016-20 that they had the skills and knowledge to start a business, relative to half of men