SME Instrument Impact Report 2017 has been published.
On 11th May 2017, the Executive Agency for Small and Medium Enterprises (EASME) has announced the edition of the SME Instrument Impact Report 2017.
SME Instrument from Horizon 2020, the most preferred funding scheme for SMEs since 2014– has been creating a huge impact on the growth of thousands of high-risk and disruptive companies in Europe.
Three years of programme, 31.000 applications, 2 457 SMEs supported and €882 million distributed in 36 countries.
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Click on each SME Instrument topic below to analyse its general requirements, specific challenges, scope and expected impacts.
THE GLOBAL AVAILABLE BUDGET IN 2017 IS € 385,91 MILLION
BUDGET ALLOCATED FOR EACH TOPIC:
- Open Disruptive Innovation Scheme (€66M)
- Nanotech or advanced manufacturing and processing technologies (€35,32M)
- Dedicated support to biotechnology SMEs closing the gap from lab to market (€7,5M)
- Engaging SMEs in space research and development (€11,6M)
- Supporting innovative SMEs in the healthcare biotechnology sector (€45M)
- e-Health: ICT solutions for Health, Well-Being and Ageing Well (€12,5M)
- Agriculture, forestry, agri-food and bio-based sectors (€32,19M)
- Blue growth innovative solutions (€10M)
- Low carbon and efficient energy system (€50M)
- Small business innovation research for Transport and Smart Cities Mobility (€61,23M)
- Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials (€27,5M)
- New business models for inclusive/innovative/reflective societies (€11,4M)
- Engaging SMEs in security research and development (€14,67M)
WHO DARES WINS!