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SMEs relative Actions. Overview of financing opportunities for SMEs. Valerio Abbadessa - ENEA Workshop – IGLO Bruxelles 08.02.2010. Research-Acquiring SMEs. Research-Performing SMEs. Up-stream research. Type of research: networking, fundamental, pre-competitive…. Top-down research.

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Smes relative actions

SMEs relative Actions

Overview of financing opportunities for SMEs

Valerio Abbadessa - ENEA

Workshop – IGLO

Bruxelles 08.02.2010


Smes relative actions

Research-Acquiring SMEs

Research-Performing SMEs

Up-stream research

Type of research: networking, fundamental, pre-competitive…

Top-down research


Smes relative actions

Closer to applications

Role of partnership

Bottom

up

Bottom

up

Bottom

up

Bottom

up

Top

down

Top

down

Bottom

up

To develop infrastructures,

new knowledge / technologies

To solve societal (technological)

problem

7PQ IDEAS (European

Res. Council)

Networking,

(COST, NATO, LIFE+, ESF... )

7 PQ including Capacities / CIP

…….

7 PQ (PEOPLE)

EUREKA(Eurostars..), ERANET (Cornet, Eurotrans-Bio…)

JTIs/ PPPs

Closer time to market

KNOWLEDGE

MARKET

Size of cooperation / EU level

University driven / Institute driven –industry guided / Industry driven & executed

Long term

Medium term

Short term

ROLE OF STRATEGIC ALLIANCES / INFRASTRUCTURE / CONVERGING TECHNOLOGY


Top down vs bottom up

Top Down

Top Down vs Bottom-up

Cooperation

Collaborative Research

Health

IDEAS

Frontier research

European Research Council

Bottom-Up

Food, Agriculture, Fisheries and Biotechnology

PEOPLE

Human potential

Initial Training

Life-long training

ICT

Industry-Academia

International Dimension

Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials & Production

Specific Actions

CAPACITIES

Research capacities

Research Infrastructures

Energy

Research for the benefit of SMEs

Regions of Knowledge

Environment (including climate change)

Research Potential

Science in society

Trasport (including aeronautics)

Support to the coherent development of research policies

Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities

International Cooperation

JRC (non-nuclear)

Space

Security


Http ec europa eu cip index en htm

CIP: Competitiveness and Innovation Programme

http://ec.europa.eu/cip/index_en.htm

To support innovation activities (including eco-innovation), provides better access to finance and delivers business support services in Europe

Entrepreneurship& Innovation (EIP)

~2,170 M€(incl € 430 eco-innovation)

ICT PolicySupport Programme (ICT PSP)

~730 M€

Intelligent EnergyEurope (IEE)

~730 M€

Budget: about 3,6 billion Euro (2007-2013)


Coordination of national research programmes

Coordination of national research programmes

  • Type of activities:

    • Exchange of information and best practices

    • Preparation and implementation of common activities

    • Financing of transnational collaborative RTD

  • All sectors

Types of actions:

ERA-NET, ERA-NET Plus schemes

Participation of the EC to national research programmes together with MS (Art. 169 )

Strengthening with otherintergovernmentalinitiatives (EUREKA)


Cornet ii collective research networking

CORNET II CollectiveResearch Networking

Brings together national/regional programmes supporting collective research

Target group: Research acquiring SMEAssociations, Federations….

21 partners from 15 countries

Budget: 2.000.000 EUR

Duration: 24 months

About 2 calls per year

Next call deadline: 31 March 2010

Participants to the 9th Call: Austria, Belgium (Flanders and Wallonia), Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Slovenia, Spain (Valencia), The Netherlands, Turkey

(Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Poland, Portugal)

Country

Partner

http://www.cornet-era.net


Erasme

EraSME²

Brings together national/regional programmes

Target group:Individual research-acquiring SMEs which need to cooperate with Research Organisations

17 partners from 16 countries

Budget: 2.000.000 EUR

Duration: 24 months

Small projects: 2 SMEs from 2 different participating countries/regions and 1 RTD performer

Large projects: 4 SMEs from 2 different participating countries/regions and 2 RTD performers

About 2 calls per year

Next call (7th) will open soon with deadline: 31 March 2010

http://www.era-sme.net/public/About_erasme


Eurotrans bio

EUROTRANS-BIO

European network of Transnational collaborative RTD for SME’s projects in the field of BIOTECHNOLOGY

http://www.eurotransbio.net/

  • Fostering transnational private-public consortia for the benefit of SMEs

  • Target group: Research performing SME

  • Partners from 12 EU Countries and Regions

  • Consortium composition: 2 SMEs (often bilateral: 2 countries/regions) + sometime 1 RTD performer

  • Duration: 24 months +

  • Average project cost: 1.7 Mio EUR

  • Last call (5th) closed 1 February 2010

  • Participants to the 5th Call: Austria, Basque Country (Spain), Flanders (Belgium), Finland, France, Germany, Italy, and The Netherlands. Wallonia (Belgium), Hungary, Catalonia (Spain) and the Madrid Region


Smes relative actions

EUREKA

Which Technologies?

Which markets?

http://www.eurekanetwork.org/

38 members


Smes relative actions

EUROSTARS

www.eurostars-eureka.eu/

38 membri

32 members

  • Joint R&D programme, market-oriented research

  • Target group: R&D performing SMEs

  • 32 countries

  • Budget: 2.000.000 EUR

  • Consortium composition: 2 SMEs from different Eurostars members

  • Max duration: 36 months (R2M within 2Ys)

  • Average project cost: 1.5 Mio EUR

  • No participant or country can have a share higher than 75% in the total project costs

  • About 2 calls per year

  • Next call deadline: 25 February 2010


Joint technology initiatives

Joint Technology Initiatives

Long-term PPPs

Public-Private Partnerships

Green cars

Energy efficient building

Factories of the future


Smes relative actions

JTIs

In the specific programme “Cooperation”


Smes relative actions

PPP: Public-Private Partnerships

Total budget : 2010-2013

3,2 billion EUR

*budget from ICT could be increased


Smes relative actions

Research-Performing SMEs

Up-stream research

Type of esearch: networking, fundamental, pre-competitive…

Top-down research


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