Do you need acceleration, infrastructure, training, or even scale-up support? A select group of European organisations is now offering several services to European Innovation Council (EIC) innovators. Learn how you can apply for services through the brand new EIC Partners’ Service Catalogue and discover which organisations are collaborating with the EIC!
The support offered by the EIC Partners includes plugging into existing acceleration, incubation and venture-building programmes, as well as training on specialised topics, and even niche services, such as the use of laboratory equipment, technological due diligence, and advisory support on legal, financial and intellectual property matters.
How can I find the service I need?
You can get to know the partners and read more about each service by accessing the EIC Partners’ Service Catalogue.
Don’t know what you’re looking for?
- On the homepage, pick the category you fall under (EIC Pathfinder, EIC Transition, EIC Accelerator or Seal of Excellence Holder) to see a list of services that address your project needs and click each offer to read the full-service description.
- Scroll down to find the list of service categories provided by the EIC Partners (including Business Planning, Support Fundraising and many others) and pick the one you are interested in.
Found the perfect service?
- Click the “Apply now” button under the service description, in the lower right corner of the page. Services with upcoming or expired application periods will show up as “Currently closed”.
You can narrow down your search using all these filters simultaneously on the full Service Catalogue page, as well as search by Partner country and date of service implementation.
Interested in a particular EIC Partner?
- Head to the Partners page to see the full list of EIC Partners providing their services to innovators.
- Click on each Partner’s page to see their service offers and choose the one you are interested in.
- Click the “Apply now” button on the lower right corner of the page, under the service description. Services with upcoming or expired application periods will show up as “Currently closed”.
When can I apply?
Some services will accept candidates on a rolling basis, while others will have deadlines for applications.
How can I keep up with upcoming services and deadlines?
The EIC Partners’ Service Catalogue Highlights, distributed through email on a bi-monthly basis, will promote the new services and let you know which offers have upcoming application deadlines.
Who are the EIC Partners?
From Accelerators and Incubators to Technology Parks and Cluster organisations, the EIC is creating partnerships to address a variety of business support needs for EIC Beneficiaries.
The onboarded organisations hail from European countries, such as France, Poland, Spain, The Netherlands, Portugal, Czechia, Slovenia, Italy and Germany and The United Kingdom. Their services include fundraising support, acceleration programmes, due diligence and many others.
Follow the links to get to know the first EIC Partners:
- BGI – Building Global Innovators (Portugal)
- VDI/VDE-IT (Germany)
- Consilience Ventures (The United Kingdom)
- Soulmates Ventures (Czechia)
- Catalyze Group (The Netherlands)
- Cambridge Future Tech (The United Kingdom)
- Angels Santé (France)
- IPN – Pedro Nunes Institute (Portugal)
- Global Corporate Venturing – Mawsonia (Germany)
- InnovX (Romania)
- E-Health Venture (Belgium)
- ART-ER Attractiveness Research Territory (Italy)
- Biocat - BioRegion of Catalonia (Spain)
- Sue Ellen Investments (Sweden)
- HighWay AI (Belgium)
- GAIN - Axencia Galega de Innovación (Spain)
- Inkubator Sežana (Slovenia)
- CBRTP - Centrum Badan I Rozwoju Technologii dla Prezemyslu S.A (Poland)
- RaiseV (The Netherlands)
About the EIC Ecosystem Partnerships and Co-investment Support Programme
The EIC Partners are selected under the EIC Ecosystem Partnerships and Co-Investment Support Programme, which is expanding the EIC Business Acceleration Services (BAS) by taking on two of the greatest challenges for EIC innovators: accessing specialized sector-focused services and attracting private investors.
Through a series of partnerships with key actors, the EIC is helping its beneficiaries access specialized, sector-focused resources, facilities, and expertise to address their individual needs. The programme is also promoting co-investment along the EIC Fund, namely by supporting and facilitating interactions between beneficiaries and investors.
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- Publication date
- 27 March 2023