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Erasmus+ Call for Sector Skills Alliances

The Call focuses on skill needs identification (Lot 1), design and delivery of Vocational, Education and Training (Lot 2) and implementing a new strategic approach called "Blueprint" (Lot 3). The Call targets a partnership for skills in 6 pilot sectors, among which "Space - Geo-Information".

The deadline for submition is 02/05/2017 - 12:00 (CET, Brussels time)

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COSME is the EU programme for the Competitiveness of Enterprises and Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs). It runs from 2014 to 2020 with a planned budget of €2.3bn.

COSME will support: a better access to finance for SMEs, an access to markets for SMEs, entrepreneurship, and more favourable conditions for business creation and growth.

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Engaging SMEs in space R&D

(Call SMEInst-04-2016-2017)

 

This call aims to the threshold for SMEs to participate in H2020 calls, and includes coaching and mentoring for SMEs. Applications can cover any aspect of the Specific Programme for Space, and is especially useful for SMEs developing new technologies and applications with Copernicus data.

Check the link below to know more about the application phases and the multiple cut-off dates.

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New business models for inclusive, innovative and reflective societies

(Call SMEInst-12-2016-2017)

 

This call aims to allow SMEs to innovate and grow across traditional boundaries, through new business models and organisational change, and includes coaching and mentoring for SMEs.

Check the link below to know more about the application phases and the multiple cut-off dates.

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Copernicus Incubation Programme

 

The European Commission has launched a call for the organisation of the Copernicus Incubation Programme, which aims to promote start-up creation and growth in the Copernicus downstream sector.

Once implemented, the programme will finance the incubation of 20 start-ups in Europe every year for 3 years.

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