Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Show Me The Money London 2014 - Presentation by Carolina Carolina Fernandes, Innovation & Funding Manager at GLE Group

426

Published on

Carolina is Innovation & Funding Manager and EU R&D Advisor at Enterprise Europe Network London, a consortium led by GLE Group and powered by the European Commission (EC) to provide business support …

Carolina is Innovation & Funding Manager and EU R&D Advisor at Enterprise Europe Network London, a consortium led by GLE Group and powered by the European Commission (EC) to provide business support to local SMEs, from access to funding to technology transfer, with a component of innovation management.

Published in: Technology, Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
426
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
11
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide
  • High net worth individual, Private Equity
  • Potential access to circa 20 million European SMEs
  • High net worth individual, Private Equity
  • High net worth individual, Private Equity
  • Launchpad aims to support the development and strengthening of clusters of innovative companies in specific sectors and geographical locations
  • Transcript

    • 1. Title Sub-title PLACE PARTNER’S LOGO HERE European Commission Enterprise and Industry Enterprise Europe Network Grant Funding for SMEs Carolina Fernandes, EEN London – GLE Group
    • 2. Title of the presentation | Date |2 Background • Currently  Innovation Manager  EU Funding Advisor  Creative Industries Sector Group Chair - EC • Academic: Industrial Engineer (MEng) • Business: Innovation / Technology Development / PM
    • 3. Title of the presentation | Date |3 Enterprise Europe Network • Launched in 2008 by DG ENTR • Operations managed by EASME • Mission: Help European SMEs to become more competitive, take benefit of the Internal Market, internationalize their business and increase their innovation capacity. • Largest business support network in the world
    • 4. Title of the presentation | Date |4 Enterprise Europe Network • Present in 54 countries • More than 600 partner organisations • Operating all regions in the EU28 and 26 countries outside Europe
    • 5. Title of the presentation | Date |5 EEN in the UK • 11 consortia in all UK regions • More than 20 business development offices • EEN London
    • 6. Title of the presentation | Date |6 EEN Core Services • Information and Intelligence for SMEs • Offer specialised assistance about European policies and programmes • Provide up-to-date information on European legislation • Feedback to the Commission (Listening to Enterprises) • Report cases within the feedback mechanism • On existing or forthcoming legislation and programmes • Support the organisation of business panels
    • 7. Title of the presentation | Date |7 EEN Core Services • Partnership and Cooperation services • Offer business cooperation and technology transfer services (EEN database) • Encourage SMEs to participate to EU programmes (e.g. FP7, H2020) • Specialised advisory services – innovation services • Provide Information / awareness raising on innovation policies • Carry out technology audits to identify strengths and weaknesses in innovation • Support sector specific innovation or regional clusters
    • 8. Title of the presentation | Date |8 EEN London Services Access to Finance & Funding Technology Transfer, R&D Internationalisation Cross-border Business partnerships Matchmaking
    • 9. Title of the presentation | Date |9 EEN Services – Partner Search • Partner Search for EU Funding proposals • Partner Search for technical co-operation, new product /process development, licencing, transfer of know-how, strategic alliances • Partner Search for Commercial agreements: manufacturing, trade intermediaries
    • 10. Title of the presentation | Date |10 EEN Services: 1-to-1 Support • Partner Search: EEN Database www.een-london.co.uk • Grant Funding Programmes • Brokerage / Matchmaking Events • Company Missions / Market Visits • Recurrent 1-to-1 assistance
    • 11. Title of the presentation | Date |11 Finance for SMEs • Investment finance • Crowdfunding • Loans • Grants • Overdrafts • Invoice financing • Leasing and asset finance
    • 12. Title of the presentation | Date |12 R&D&I Funding for SMEs • National Grants (TSB) • SMART Grant • Innovation Vouchers • Eureka Eurostars • Other TSB funding • EU Grants • Horizon 2020 • SME Instrument • Eureka Eurostars • Creative Europe
    • 13. Title of the presentation | Date |13 UK Funding
    • 14. Title of the presentation | Date |14 Technology Strategy Board (TSB) National Grants
    • 15. Title of the presentation | Date |15 SMART Grant (TSB) • offers co-funding to UK-based pre-start-ups, start-ups, micro businesses and SMEs, to carry out R&D projects, which could lead to successful new products, processes and services • 3 Schemes: Proof of market / Proof of concept / Development of prototype • always open' and is not restricted to projects in certain themes or sectors National Grants
    • 16. Title of the presentation | Date |16 SMART Grant - Proof of market • Enables companies to assess commercial viability, through market research, market testing and competitor analysis, IP position, initial planning to take the project to commercialisation, • Key features: • duration - up to 9 months • maximum grant - £25k • funding proportion - up to 60% of total project costs. National Grants
    • 17. Title of the presentation | Date |17 SMART Grant - Proof of concept • Grant to explore the technical feasibility and commercial potential of a new technology, product or process: initial feasibility studies, basic prototyping, specialist testing and/or demonstration • Key features: • duration - up to 18 months • maximum grant - up to £100k • funding proportion - up to 60% of total project costs. National Grants
    • 18. Title of the presentation | Date |18 SMART Grant - Development of prototype • Grant to used by companies to develop a technologically innovative product, service or industrial process: • small demonstrators / intellectual property protection / trials and testing, including clinical / market testing / marketing strategies / identifying routes to market / product design work / pre-clinical studies for medicines. • Key features: • duration - up to 2 years • maximum grant - £250k • funding proportion - up to 35% for Medium Es; up to 45% for Small & Micro Es National Grants
    • 19. Title of the presentation | Date |19 SMART Grant (TSB) National Grants • 2014 close dates: • 17 July • 25 September • 27 November • 2015 close dates: 29 January and 26 March
    • 20. Title of the presentation | Date |20 Innovation Vouchers (TSB) • Designed to help SMEs to work with an external expert for the first time by paying towards the cost of their services. • ideas applicable to one of the priority themes: National Grants
    • 21. Title of the presentation | Date |21 Innovation Vouchers (TSB) • Up to £5K for SMEs • to work with ‘knowledge suppliers’ such as: • universities and further education colleges • research and technology organisations • technical consultancies • Catapult centres • design advisers • Intellectual Property advisers. National Grants
    • 22. Title of the presentation | Date |22 Innovation Vouchers (TSB) • 2014: Two further Innovation Vouchers are now available: Space and High Value Manufacturing. • Other innovation voucher schemes (list) National Grants
    • 23. Title of the presentation | Date |23 Tech City Launchpad 2: London and Cambridge - Internet of Things • will support innovative research projects centred in and around the clusters in Cambridge (equipment and communications) and London (software and services). • Funding: up to 60% of eligible costs for industrial research projects, with individual grants of up to £150k and estimated project sizes ranging between £50k and £250k. Duration: up to 12 months • Deadline: 3 September 2014 National Grants
    • 24. Title of the presentation | Date |24 IC Tomorrow (TSB) • IC tomorrow is a programme to stimulate innovation and economic growth in the digital sector • IC tomorrow network supports innovation across a variety of industry sectors • runs a range of funded contests across the digital and creative sectors. These contests are run in collaboration with leading partners who help to set relevant challenges that will encourage innovation in new digital applications or services. National Grants
    • 25. Title of the presentation | Date |25 IC Tomorrow: Entertainment on the move - Innovation Contest • Up to £25k for four businesses to encourage innovation on: • music on the move with the British Recorded Music Industry (BPI) • books on the move with the Publishers Association (PA) • magazine content on the move with the Professional Publishers Association (PPA) • interactive entertainment/games on the move with UK Interactive Entertainment (Ukie). • Deadline: 29 July 2014 National Grants
    • 26. Title of the presentation | Date |26 Other TSB Grants • Feasibility Studies • Small Business Research Initiative • Collaborative R&D • Catalysts (jointly w/ Research Councils) • Knowledge Transfer Partnerships National Grants
    • 27. Title of the presentation | Date |27 TSB Grants / Competitions National Grants https://www.innovateuk.org/funding-competitions
    • 28. Title of the presentation | Date |28 EU Funding
    • 29. Title of the presentation | Date |29 Horizon 2020 • 3 Priorities EU Grants
    • 30. Title of the presentation | Date |30 Funding: calls for proposals • Excellent Science Pillar: ~ € 3 billion • European Research Council (4 calls) € 1 662M • Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (6 calls) € 800M • Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) (4 calls) € 200M • European Research Infrastructures (including e- Infrastructures) (4 calls) € 277 million Horizon 2020
    • 31. Title of the presentation | Date |31 Funding: calls for proposals • Industrial Leadership Pillar: ~ € 1.8 billion • Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) (2 calls) € 700 million • Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology and Production (5 calls) € 500 million • Space (5 calls) € 128 million • Access to Risk Finance (financial instruments) (2 calls) € 5 million (€ 295 million NOT in calls) • Innovation in small and medium-sized enterprises (1 call) € 10 million • SME Instrument € 251 million Horizon 2020
    • 32. Title of the presentation | Date |32 Funding: calls for proposals • Societal Challenges Pillar: ~ € 2.8 billion • Health, demographic change and wellbeing (2 calls) € 600 million • Food Security, Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry, Marine and Maritime and Inland Water Research and the Bioeconomy (3 calls) € 300 million • Secure, clean and efficient energy (4 calls) € 600 million • Smart, green and integrated transport (3 calls) € 540 million • Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials (3 calls) € 300 million • Europe in a changing world – inclusive, innovative and reflective societies (5 calls) € 112 million • Secure Societies (4 calls) € 200 million Horizon 2020
    • 33. Title of the presentation | Date |33 Strong focus on SMEs Horizon 2020 • SMEs can participate (w/ consortia) in almost all topics / calls for proposals • Projects from <€100K to > €50M • New SME instrument > € 500 million in 2014-2015 • Support measures under 'Innovation in SMEs' • Access to risk finance • Eurostars joint programme
    • 34. Title of the presentation | Date |34 SME funding under H2020 Horizon 2020 Strategic positioning R&D driven projects Horizon 2020 SME instrument Target: Business innovation motivated SMEs Eurostars 2 Target: R&D intensive SME Horizon 2020 Collaborative Research Target: R&D topics Market opportunity driven projects
    • 35. Title of the presentation | Date |35 SME Instrument Horizon 2020 • Targets at all types of innovative SMEs showing a strong ambition to develop, grow and internationalise. • Provides staged support covering the whole innovation cycle in three phases complemented by a mentoring and coaching service. • Each phase is open to new entrants.
    • 36. Title of the presentation | Date |36 SME Instrument Horizon 2020
    • 37. Title of the presentation | Date |37 SME funding under H2020 Horizon 2020 Strategic positioning R&D driven projects Horizon 2020 SME instrument Target: Business innovation motivated SMEs Eurostars 2 Target: R&D intensive SME Horizon 2020 Collaborative Research Target: R&D topics Market opportunity driven projects
    • 38. Title of the presentation | Date |38 Eurostars Horizon 2020 • Beneficiaries: R&D-performing SMEs [A company that invests 10% or more of turnover or full-time equivalent to research activities]. • Aim: to provide SMEs with funding and support for market-oriented research and development Project closer to market! • Minimum no of partners: 2 organisations from 2 different M.S. or AC • Funding: Partly funded by EC and TSB (in the UK) - National rules apply: • Contribution: up to 60% funding of eligible costs • Max amount of grant per UK participant: €360K in any single project • Grant only for SMEs, but Academics and large companies are welcome to participate
    • 39. Title of the presentation | Date |39 Evaluation EU Funding • Typically 3 Evaluators per proposal • Proposals: • Eligibility • Section Threshold, overall threshold • Ranking: Budget allocation according to ranking
    • 40. Title of the presentation | Date |40 Next Steps Access to Funding • Contact your local Enterprise Europe Network office • Get free access to funding support
    • 41. Thank you Carolina Fernandes, Meng carolina.f@gle.co.uk www.een-london.co.uk

    ×