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.
Aimed at newly created companies interested in private financing, “Keiretsu Forum Andalucía” has had the participation of 9 previously selected Andalusian startups, which have presented their projects in the investment round to more than 150 investors, in order to obtain private financing between € 30,000 and € 500,000.
The New Economy movement is based on the understanding that to develop a sustainable future, people and the planet should come first, and human well-being, not economic growth, should be
prioritised.The Triple P bottom-line framework accounts for an integral performance by measuring effects on the environment and society at the centre and the economy supporting environmental and societal prosperity.
The European Pillar of Social Rights is the European strategy dealing with fair and equal job conditions for people; the 20 principles at the basis of the Action Plan are a basis for entrepreneurs aiming at solving pressing societal challenges and make their workplace better to increase productivity and wellbeing of their workforce.
The Ideas Powered for business SME Fund is a grant scheme designed to help EU small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to protect their intellectual property (IP) rights. The SME Fund is a European Commission initiative implemented by the #EUBICpartner European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).
Amid the still-unfolding impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, increasing unrest on European territories and the effects of climate change, innovation systems change is no longer a buzzword. It is an urgent call to action for the business community.
EU|BICs in Spain: How they contribute to national and European innovation environments.
30% of all startups in Spain are supported by an EU|BIC. The survival rates of these companies is remarkable higher than the EU-average.
The next era of entrepreneurship is about raising the bar, leveling the playing field, expanding participation, and scaling the networks of social, financial, and knowledge capital that provide the foundation for successful and sustainable start-ups and scalable businesses.
Last Friday the final event of the Better Incubation project was held with great success! The event started in the morning with an EU Policy Workshop aimed at sharing and validating Better Incubation Policy Recommendations with policymakers, researchers, BSOs, investors for impact, regional development agencies, national agencies for social innovation and pan-European networks like Eurocities and Euclid.
The CorkBIC Board is delighted to announce the appointment of Larry O’Donoghue as CEO. Larry will assume this exciting role on January 1st, 2023, succeeding Michael O’Connor who has led CorkBIC for over 25 years.