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David Garlot - eureka le subside européen eurostar David Garlot - eureka le subside européen eurostar Presentation Transcript

  • The Eurostars Programme Funding Excellence through InnovationSéminaire Be Angels et Ernst & Young Mardi 19 février 2013 The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • The Eurostars Programme >2> “Eurostars Programme is the first European funding and support Programme to be specifically dedicated to R&D performing SMEs.” It’s a multi-annual joint programme (2007-2013), which combines: > National R&D programmes from 33 countries (300 M€ committed) > FP7 (up to 100 M€ committed) > EUREKA (25 years of experience in national R&D programmes coordination) Next call for proposals : 4 April 2013 The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • EUREKA >3EUREKA is a public network supporting R&D-performing businessesEstablished in 1985 by President Mitterrand and Chancellor Kohl EUREKA is : • An intergovernmental network (40 full members – EU 27, the European Commission + 12 other European countries + Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina and South Korea are affiliates) • Financed using national and regional public and private funding • Market oriented (Research results must be a marketable product, process or service for civilian use) • Bottom-up (The participants – usually led by industry - decides on the project aim. There is no thematic restriction) Since 1985, nearly 30 BILLION EURO of public- private investment has been mobilised to support some 4,000 EUREKA projects The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community View slide
  • 33 Eurostars member countries >4 Austria Italy Belgium Latvia Bulgaria Lithuania Croatia Luxembourg Cyprus Malta Czech Republic The Netherlands Denmark Norway Estonia Poland Finland Portugal France Romania Germany Slovakia Greece Slovenia Hungary Spain Iceland Sweden Ireland Switzerland Israel Turkey United Kingdom Status November 2010 The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community View slide
  • Eligibility criteria >5 • Consortium Leader is an R&D-performing SME* • At least 2 participants that are Eurostars members • Project duration is less than 3 years • Market introduction is foreseen within 2 years after project completion • The R&D performing SMEs are undertaking at least 50% of total R&D cost • Well balanced partnership (no country responsible for more than 75% of the project costs) • No restriction on thematic area (bottom up)* 10% FTE dedicated to R&D or 10% turnover dedicated to R&D The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • EurostarsProject Profile The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • Rate of eligible – Above threshold - funded >7 The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • Who participates in Eurostars projects? >8Type of participants Other 1% > SMEs represent 72% of participants University 12% Research Institute 9% Large company 6% R and D Performing SME & SME 72% The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • What is a Eurostars project? >9 > Eurostars is bottom-up : open to all technological areas The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • What is a Eurostars project? > 10Type of consortium Small projects: o 3 to 4 participants SMEs with Large companies & other type of o 2 to 3 countries organisation 20% SMEs only 37% o 29 months duration SME with more than 1 Research organisation or o 1,4 Million euros of University 15% total costs SME with 1 Research organisation or University 28% The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • Size of Eurostars SMEs > 11 Eurostars Participants: Number of Employees50%45% 46%40%35% 37%30%25%20%15% 17%10% 5% 0% Approved COD 1 - 5 0 - 9 employees 10 - 49 employees 50 - 249 employees The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • SMEs Annual Turnover > 12 SME Annual Turnover - median (M€) 10,00 9,00Annual Turnover (M€) 8,00 8,92 7,00 6,00 5,00 4,00 3,00 2,00 1,00 1,45 0,20 0,00 SME Annual Turnover - median 0 - 9 employees 10 - 49 employees 50 - 249 employees The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • SME’s expected turnover growth > 13 Expected Turnover Growth (average)250%200% 194%150%100%50% 65% 13% 0% Expected Turnover Growth 0 - 9 employees 10 - 49 employees 50 - 249 employees The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • What is the impact of a Eurostars project? > 14With 1M€ of public funds, 10M€ of additional turnover is expected The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • Key Achievements > 15• Success: Eurostars received 3000 applications in 9 Cut-offs• Target: Eurostars reached its target : 70% are R&D SMEs• Impact: Eurostars impact on participants is substantial: With 1M€ of public funds, 10M€ of additional turnover is expected The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • Eurostars Process The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • Project application submission > 17• Via the website http://www.eurostars-eureka.eu/• Applicants registration: one registration per application• Simple application easily filled with the help of the Guidelines for applicants• Upload the application form• Other documentation to upload: • Draft consortium agreement • Financial documents from all partners • Other annexes (optional) The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • Central Evaluation process > 18Discuss your application with yourlocal NPC Next cut-off date 4 April 2013Ensure that all of your partnersdiscuss the application with theirlocal NPCs The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • Evaluation process: 2 Steps > 191. Technical Assessment by 2 experts2. Evaluation and Ranking by Independent Evaluation Panel > Basic Assessment > Well balanced partnership; Added value through cooperation > Technological and managerial capacity of all participants > Methodology; Cost and financing structure > Technology and Innovation > Degree of Technological maturity > Technological achievements envisaged > Degree of Innovation > Market and Competitiveness > Market size, access and risk > Time to Market > Return on Investment The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • Funding of project applications > 20> The funding of partners is based on the national funding rules (info on Eurostars website)> The funding of projects is following the ranking list until national budget exhaustion> All partners must be funded to be a Eurostars project The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • Why should I participate? The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • Main motivations for participation > 22 Main motivations for participating in Eurostars100.00%90.00%80.00%70.00%60.00%50.00%40.00%30.00%20.00%10.00% 0.00% Develop new Complement skills Obtain Access Mutual sharing Mutual sharing Share the risk Develop strategic Other products/services/ with the skills of public funds new markets of existing of human and co-operation processes other participants know-how financial resources with competitors The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • SUCCESS STORY: Monthly C2 > 23 The Product: Monthly C2, a contact lens using a revolutionary new material, soft silicone hydrogel and designed by computer with nanometer-precision. The Story: Precilens, a declining company, saved by an innovation-minded entrepreneur, who used Eurostars funding to turn his company into a high- tech SME. The Market: Precilens opens itself up to a client base just about twelve times larger than before – nearly 90% of a market worth 4.5 billion euros. The Impact: The company’s turnover will reach 8 million euros in 2012. 50 jobs have been saved in the company. The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • SUCCESS STORY : VIDEOSTAR > 24 The Product: The Phoenix software package addresses a specific need of the film and audio-visual industries - the rapid restoration of video-archives. The Story: Digital Vision diversifies its portfolio of services and grows from local to global with Eurostars. It has now offices in Stockholm, London and Los Angeles. The Market: In the EU, an estimated 40%-70% of existing video material is in danger of disappearing by 2025. The Impact: The company’s annual net revenue is now of 10 million euros. The company has grown tenfold since 2006 and recently hired its 60th employee. The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • SUCCESS STORY : IM-ITSHT > 25 The Product: Plastic injection process used for the building of car parts but also iPhone shells. The Story: RocTool, an SME that has been maturing for several years finally sees doors open for a product targeting the heavy industry. The Market: Roctool supplies its technology on the basis of a licensing-out model to Eastern-Asian mass- manufacturing companies. The Impact: After seven profitless years, RocTool’s turnover is now of 4 million euros a year. 18 new jobs had been created at the completion of the project. The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • Eurostars is effective because… > 26> Bottom up> Market Oriented> SMEs in the driving Seat> Small Consortium> Easily accessible> Clear procedures> Rapid evaluation process> National Monitoring The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • Next CoDs > 27Cut-off 10 4 April 2013 The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community
  • Thank you for listening > 28For more information contact yournational or regional projectcoordinator www.eurostars-eureka.eu info@eurostars-eureka.eu Next cut-off date > Cut-Off 9 : 4 April 20123 The Eurostars Programme is powered by EUREKA and the European Community