EU|BIC META Group, is launching a support service to help innovators and entrepreneurs accelerate the process of funding their startups.
EIT Hub Israel announced their 2023 open call for their flagship program: Disrupt Me! They are offering a straightforward innovation process that is tailored to meet the needs of European Corporates based on practical experience. By joining the program, corporates can take their open innovation efforts to the next level.
Ocean Hackathon® is a non-stop, 48-hour event during which teams develop a prototype and reflect on its use. This must be based on marine data made available by local, national and international providers.
The CHERRIES project implemented experiments to develop healthcare innovations in three European regions –the Republic of Cyprus, Murcia (Spain), and Örebro (Sweden). The experiments were built upon a specific methodology – the CHERRIES model. The experiments built upon a specific methodology – the CHERRIES model.
ANCES, the National Association of Spanish CEEIs/BICs, launches the 6th edition of ANCES OPEN INNOVATION, the open innovation programme in which 8 large companies, leaders in their fields, launch authentic technological challenges to be solved by startups and young innovative companies.
We developed and established our human-centred methodologies for better social entrepreneurship support programmes. In all, people are in the centre. People are the solution to social problems; human interaction is the method to identify problems and design solutions.
EU|BIC CSIL (Centre for Industrial Studies) opened the registrations for the X edition of the Milan Summer School on Cost-Benefit Analysis. The training course offers an intensive and participative learning experience focused on CBA as a tool supporting the decision-making process of public investments.
A change in purpose changes a system profoundly, even if every element and interconnection remain the same, with his background in some of the key actors in the innovation ecosystem, Tobias tailors his daily actions to deliver practical perspectives on how thinking in systems is critical when reconsidering our incubation models.
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.