Eurostars is a programme that supports research-performing small and medium enterprises, which develop innovative products, processes and services, to gain competitive advantage. Eurostars does this by providing funding for transnational innovation projects; the products of which are then rapidly commercialised.
Are you interested in EU funding?
If so the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) can help you understand and access EU R&D funding under Horizon 2020, the SME Instrument and Eurostars.
For local advice and support to access the different streams of European funding available for your business please contact the local EEN representative Marta Rybarczyk for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07841 921097.
Are you interested in working with other businesses across Europe and further afield?
EEN also offer a free service matching businesses in 54 countries for commercial, technical and research collaboration. The EEN partnering database allows finding new business and research partners, requests and offers for new technologies.
To look for partnering opportunities use the form below to type in a keyword or sector you are interested in. For more information about partnering opportunities alerts and to sign up contact Marta Rybarczyk on email@example.com or 07841 921097:
Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) is a free service matching businesses in 54 countries for commercial, technical and research collaboration. Their 3000 representatives on the ground have direct contact with companies and make introductions on your behalf.
Horizon 2020 is the EU Research & Innovation funding programme with €79b available over 7 years (2014-2020). Many of the projects are 100% funded with the focus on EU wide innovation, application and benefits, targeting industrial technologies and themes aimed at EU society and the challenges it is facing.
A new addition to the Horizon 2020 programme is a dedicated SME Instrument with up to €2.5m single company funding available. Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SME) that are EU-based or established in a country associated to Horizon 2020 can now get EU funding and support for innovation projects that will help them grow and expand their activities into other countries – in Europe and beyond.