The Competitiveness andInnovation Framework Programme              (CIP)   THE CIP MEASURES SUPPORTING SMES’              ...
Outline What is the CIP? Which CIP measures address the SMEs’needs? How do the SMEs apply to receive the CIP support?
The CIP (2007-2013)Key funding Instrument to support competitivenessand innovation of the european economyFocus on world c...
The CIP (2007-2013) Managed by different DGs and the EACI € 3.6 billion - of which 80% directly to SMEs 3 Specific Program...
Pilot A      SAVE Pilot B             ALTENERTechnology Network             STEER DG INFSO
From FP7 to CIP        Fundamental   AppliedIdeas                            Prototype    Product      Market          res...
Specific CIP measures for SMEsThe CIP doesn’t fund research activities !!!1. Demonstrated technologies  •   Eco-Innovation...
Eco-Innovation (1)  First application and market replication projects  Business and exploitation plan must be in the  prop...
Intelligent Energy Europe (1)  Eco-efficiency: Energy, renewables, transport  Min. 3 participants from 3 different countri...
ICT – PSP (1) Call for proposals basis Increase the quality of life PILOT B         SMEs Different themes to be funded eac...
Financial products for SMEs (2) and (3) European Investment Fund - National institutions  Agreement are signed between EIF...
Risk capital                                        Debt financing & guarantees                             Early stages  ...
Enterprise Europe Network (3) Local Services to support SMEs internationalisation  Economic development Agency, Chambers o...
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The CIP’s measures for SMEs- the support for a sustainable growth

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The European Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP) provides three kind of tailor-made measures adapted to SMEs' needs, whatever their activity sectors are.
1.This programme contains several funding schemes supporting market-oriented, sustainable and eco-innovative products, process and services.
2.The CIP also proposes financial tools to reduce the risk for the start-up or to expand the innovative businesses
3. It promotes the internationalisation of SMEs, with the Enterprise Europe Network services portfolios.

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The CIP’s measures for SMEs- the support for a sustainable growth

  1. 1. The Competitiveness andInnovation Framework Programme (CIP) THE CIP MEASURES SUPPORTING SMES’ ACTIVITIES NADÈGE MOTE BRUSSELS ENTERPRISE AGENCY, BE STOCKHOLM, DECEMBER 2010
  2. 2. Outline What is the CIP? Which CIP measures address the SMEs’needs? How do the SMEs apply to receive the CIP support?
  3. 3. The CIP (2007-2013)Key funding Instrument to support competitivenessand innovation of the european economyFocus on world challenges: sustainability and eco-innovation (environment, energy, transport), societalchallenges through ICT-based servicesMarket-oriented grants and products: tailor-made forSMEs and start-ups
  4. 4. The CIP (2007-2013) Managed by different DGs and the EACI € 3.6 billion - of which 80% directly to SMEs 3 Specific Programmes: Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme (EIP) - €2.16 billion ICT Policy Support Programme (ICT-PSP) - €728 million Intelligent Energy Europe Programme (IEE) - €727 million
  5. 5. Pilot A SAVE Pilot B ALTENERTechnology Network STEER DG INFSO
  6. 6. From FP7 to CIP Fundamental AppliedIdeas Prototype Product Market research research Competitiveness & Innovation FP7 Programme Enterprise Europe Network Research Demonstration Exploitation
  7. 7. Specific CIP measures for SMEsThe CIP doesn’t fund research activities !!!1. Demonstrated technologies • Eco-Innovation Pilot projets Uptake • Intelligent Energy Europe • ICT-based services2. Exploitation • Financial products -VC Business • IPR Helpdesk Development3. Business Expansion • Financial products • Internationalisation services- Enterprise Europe Network
  8. 8. Eco-Innovation (1) First application and market replication projects Business and exploitation plan must be in the proposal Products already technically demonstrated but risky 4 priority sectors of which the Food and Drink Industry
  9. 9. Intelligent Energy Europe (1) Eco-efficiency: Energy, renewables, transport Min. 3 participants from 3 different countries EU contribution: up to 75% of the eligible costs EU Info Day: 18 of January 2011 – call publication early 2011 Database of funded projects: http://ieea.erba.hu/ieea/page/Page.jsp
  10. 10. ICT – PSP (1) Call for proposals basis Increase the quality of life PILOT B SMEs Different themes to be funded each year in the WP
  11. 11. Financial products for SMEs (2) and (3) European Investment Fund - National institutions Agreement are signed between EIF and national intermediaries Equity – Venture Capital Early stage (GIF1) and expansion stage (GIF2)- risk sharing Mainly Biotech and ICT sectors Strong Selection process Loan Guarantees – Securitisation Doesn’t lend money – only serve as guarantee for bank loans microcredit Target: 400 000 SMEs
  12. 12. Risk capital Debt financing & guarantees Early stages High Growth Innovative Microfinance SME Guarantees - Intellectual property SME Scheme (GIF) - Loan - Technology transfer - VC funds - Microcredit - Seed finance • seed & start-up Round table of - Equity & mezzanine - Investment readiness • early expansion stage bankers & SMEs - Securitisation - Business angels Business Angels Better governance Capacity building Public stock marketsEnterprise’s revenue Formal Venture Capital Funds Bank loans and guarantees s Seed/early stage VC Funds Business angels Entrepreneur, friends, family Seed phase Start-up phase Emerging growth Development Valley of Death Enterprise’s development stage HIGHER RISK LOWER RISK EU policy development EU financial instruments The financial environment : EU policies and financial instruments under CIP
  13. 13. Enterprise Europe Network (3) Local Services to support SMEs internationalisation Economic development Agency, Chambers of Commerce Commercial, Technological and Research Partnership Technology transfer, distribution agreement, joint venture Brokerages events, Company missions, Profiles Sectoral Groups defining events, promoting clients, organising missions
  14. 14. Questions time! NMO@ABE.IRISNET.BE

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