This is your opportunity to find out more on how your business can benefit from Horizon 2020 funding, with a focus on the SME Instrument and Innovfin.
The SME Instrument provides grants from €50,000 to €2.5 million to Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) that have ground-breaking new ideas that have been demonstrated to work. It seeks companies with plans to access international markets, whether their product is based on research, technology or service innovation.
Welsh organisations have already secured €83 million through the Horizon 2020 programme and organisations in the North West of England have won over €230 million.
The event is free to attend and delegates can expect valuable insight into the topics, tips on achieving success and information the support available to develop your applications.
This event is organised in the framework of the European Week of Regions and Cities.
The UK government has committed to underwrite the funding for all successful bids made by UK participants for Horizon 2020 projects that are submitted before EU exit.