The European funds are a great opportunity to make innovation project a reality. The return of the Framework Program in Spain exceeds 3 500 million euros per year, being the main source of financing for Spanish national R&D. With more than 30 years of experience in the European programs, in ZABALA we obtain a 35% success in our proposals, tripling the European average. In this section, we offer relevant information about HORIZON EUROPE, you can prepare with us for what is to come:
We continue with France the series of weekly articles entitled 'How do European countries channel NEXT GENERATION EU opportunities?' Written by Daniel García, director of the offices in Extremadura and Andalusia (Spain) and expert in European innovation programmes.
A new grant under the Hera Incubator programme will be launched at the beginning of April 2021.
The European project MediaFutures incorporates startups and artists into its programme, who will receive equity free funding of up to €80,000 to tackle misinformation using data.
Have a look to our downloadable brochure with all the information, where you can see how much is allocated to each programme.
ZABALA Innovation lead the coordination of the fifth BRIDGE General Assembly – the key annual conference of the European Commission initiative that unites energy-related projects in the area of Smart Grid, Energy Storage, Islands and Digitalisation to create a structured view of cross-cutting issues.
Kaila, the smart platform developed by Zabala, launches today a new section with interesting content in Ebook format, in order to offer resources to boost innovation in companies. The first Ebook launched is entitled Horizon 2020 Key figures, and contains the key figures of the programme, to give an overview of its results and a better understanding of it.
The European Commission's new plan adopted for Horizon Europe will implement four strategic orientations over the next four years.
Opportunities available in 2021 for SMEs, start-ups and scientists from research centres and universities are worthy of a total of 3.4 billion euros.
As a part of a wider effort to help Member States reform and strengthen their research and innovation systems and reorganise the European Research Area, 15% of the European Commission’s research directorate staff will move to executive agencies.
Managed by ZABALA Innovation, Media Futures received 133 proposals from 34 different countries.