It is not only the little birds whispering about Horizon Europe anymore. There is substantial information already available on this new programme to be launched in 2021.
We should always keep in mind however two keywords for future research and innovation funding: Complementarities and Synergies. This is why we have put together information on all EU programmes potentially supporting your research and innovation projects between 2021 and 2027. We listed all programmes and made a useful summary for you highlighting the linkages of the programmes with the biggest R&I EU programme, Horizon Europe. Enjoy reading, get prepared! You can dowload the guide from the "tip of the month" section.
In our December edition of the newsletter, we wanted both to share the joyous mood before the holidays and help you improve your professional skills in proposal writing and managing ongoing or new projects in 2019:
Our December course on Horizon 2020 Project Management and Finance has been updated with most relevant tips and now includes budget monitoring and financial reporting workshop as well as the project management role-play exercise – plenty of tools to help you tackle various challenges in project and finance management.
We are happy to offer a 20% discount for this last course in 2018 as well as early bird discount for our 2019 courses. You can use the code DIS266754715 when registering for the courses. Important note: the discount is only applicable when you make the payment within the 2018 deadline.
Use the code before December 14 and we hope to see you soon in festive Vienna!
On 15 November, following the initiative by Europa Media Group, a Joint Declaration Reinforcing the Central and Eastern European and Western Balkans Technological Entrepreneurship Ecosystem was signed by organizations representing startups from the Central and Eastern European EU Member States and from the Western Balkans.
The Annual Work Programme for 2019 focuses on campaigns aimed at non-EU countries with the highest potential for growth (e.g. Canada, Japan, Mexico, Korea, China, etc.) and allocates € 191.6 million for programmes selected for EU co-financing. The calls for proposals for specific campaigns will be published in January 2019. A share of the funding is targeted at specific sectors (e.g. sustainably produced rice, fruit and vegetables).