EU|BIC Essentials Deep Dives I: Incubation Services for Circular Economy

In the first Deep Dive, we will dig into the peculiarities of promoting and supporting innovative entrepreneurship in and for Circular Economy according to the EU|BIC Assessment framework, therefore providing Entrepreneurship Support Organisations (ESO) with practical insights on how to implement incubation services for Circular Economy.

Innovation Ecosystem Building Playbook: Specialisation Creating Inclusive Innovation

While global challenges require coordinated action, they manifest themselves locally with diverse and complex specificities. Involving community-based stakeholders in regional innovation ecosystems can address issues effectively by leveraging local resources, expertise, and networks.

EU Project Pill I: Cascade Funding Opportunities

Organised in collaboration with the EU|BIC Associate Sploro, this EU Project Pill will focus on cascade funding opportunities available in the three priority areas identified by the European Business and Innovation Centre Network in 2024: circular economy, deep tech and open innovation.

UpSkill in Cloud with CloudCamp4SMEs

Certainly, here’s a concise excerpt:

“CloudCamp4SMEs, co-funded by the European Union, offers affordable, high-quality training in Cloud Technologies and Solutions. Courses, typically priced between 3,000 to 6,000 euros, are available at a 90% discount. SMEs receive mentoring, resources, and networking opportunities, with training pathways designed by global leaders like Amazon Web Services, FastLane, and Adecco Formazione to boost digital transformation in EU SMEs.”

EBN renews Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

EBN Special Interest Groups, SIGs, EU Industrial and SME Strategy

The need for an update – SIGs take a turn to EU industry focus for greater collaboration
The updated SIG names and structures, which are presented below, leverage the new policy approach to drive more opportunities for EU|BIC community members.

ACCESS TO IMPACT FINANCE | EU|BIC Associate SocialFare

SocialFare is the first centre for social innovation in Italy. We believe social value generates economic value. Through acceleration programmes and seed fund services, we seek to develop solutions to contemporary social challenges by supporting impact-driven innovation. The goal is that our startups bring social and environmental benefits to society together with financial returns.

Bionanopolys Open Call Biobased nanomaterials: a sustainable solution for a wide range of applications

Biobased nanomaterials, which are derived from renewable sources such as plants, are gaining increasing attention for their potential to replace traditional materials in a wide range of applications. These materials have unique properties that make them suitable for use in fields such as textiles and pharmaceuticals, packaging, and foams.