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  1. Horizon 2020

  2. HORIZON2020 (2014-2020) • 70.20 billion euro research and innovation funding programme • New framework programme bringing together three separate programmes/initiatives (FP, EIT, CIP) • Continuation of investment in frontier research • More support for innovation activities – focus on business opportunities • Simplification (e.g. reduction of average time to grant by 100 days)

  3. HORIZON 2020 – What’s new? • Single set of rules for participation, coherent with other new EU Programmes • One project – one funding rate - Eligible costs: direct + indirect (flat rate, 25% of direct costs) - 100%rate for research projects; - 70% rate for activities closer to market; • Simple evaluation criteria: Excellence, Impact, Implementation • New funding schemes: pre-commercial procurement, prizes, loan and equity instruments

  4. Horizon 2020: Three priorities • Excellent Science • Competitive Industries • Better Society

  5. Horizon 2020: Excellent Science (€Bn)

  6. Horizon 2020: Competitive Industries (€Bn)

  7. Horizon 2020: Better Society (€Bn)

  8. SME Instrument Phase 1: Concept and feasibility assessment Phase 2: R&D, demonstration, marketreplication Phase 3: Commercialisation Input: Idea/Concept: "Business Plan 1" (~ 10 pages) 10% budget Activities: Feasibility of concept Risk assessment IP regime Partner search Design study Pilot application etc. Output: elaborated "Business plan 2" Promote instrument as quality label for successful projects Facilitate access to private finance Support via networking , training, information, addressing i.a. IP management, knowledge sharing, dissemination SME window in the EU financial facilities (debt facility and equity facility) Possible connection to PPC (and PPI?) Input: "Business plan 2" plus description of activities under Phase 2 (~ 30 pages) 90% budget Activities: Development, prototyping, testing, piloting, miniaturisation, scaling-up, market replication, research Output: "investor-ready Business plan 3" 10-15% success 40-50% success No direct funding Lump sum: 50.000 € ~ 6 months 1-3 (5) M € EC funding ~ 12 to 24 months

  9. NI Horizon 2020 Contact Points • H2020 Manager & Contact Points: • Health (QUB and UU) • Engineering (QUB) • ICT (QUB x2) • SSH (QUB) • Energy (UU) • Food/Agriculture (AFBI) • SMEs (Invest NI) • Close links with UK and Irish NCPs • NI network includes: InterTradeIreland & Brussels-based NI team

  10. EU R&D Funding Programmes • UK/Ireland Funding Programmes Invest NI Collaborative R&D Support Service

  11. Eurostars • International collaborative research and innovation project lead by a research performing SME • Development of an innovative new product, process or service • Two application deadlines per year (Next deadline 13th March 2014 TBC) • Evaluation by Independent Experts • Maximum Grant of €300,000 at 50% of eligible project costs.

  12. Invest NI: Horizon 2020 Innovation Voucher • Opening December 2013! • Helping SMEs to work with a knowledge provider in their field to engage in Horizon 2020 • SME applies directly to Invest NI • £4000 (€5000) voucher to support SMEs to: • Understand structures • Build consortia • Prepare their contribution to proposals

  13. Invest NI Financial Support for Preparing Collaborative R&D applications – For Companies & Academics • Eligible Costs • Labour • Consultancy Fees • Legal Advice • Travel and Subsistence Costs

  14. Invest NI EU R&D Liaison Service in Brussels • EU Funding and Policy Information services • Early Intelligence on EU calls (EU Funding Briefs) • EU R&D and Innovation Policy Monitoring (Brussels Bulletin) • Project Development Support • Partner searches • Organisation of meetings with the EC, potential partners • EU Networking activities & profiling the Region • Relations with EC officials • Build strategic links with other regions, networks • Organise Events to showcase Northern Ireland expertise

  15. Team Leader – Horizon 2020 UK NCP SMEs Joanne Coyle Email: joanne.coyle@investni.com Tel. 028 9069 8807 R&D Collaboration and EEN Executives – Northern Ireland Lisa O’Reilly Email: lisa.oreilly@investni.com Tel. 028 9069 8594 Robert Bunn Email: robert.bunn@investni.com Tel. 028 9069 8602 R&D Liaison Executive – Brussels Farha Brahmi Email: farha.brahmi@investni.com Tel. 00 32 2 290 1345 Team Contact Details – NICP’s for SMEs

  16. Partner identification and matching - Research Connections Web Tool - SSH Guide - Advisory Service & EU Notice Board Partnership development - Cross -Border Collaboration Voucher - EU Travel Scheme Information & Dissemination - Thematic events - Dedicated website & newsletter - Case Studies - Horizon 2020 app InterTradeIreland Horizon 2020

  17. For further information: Visit: http://www.intertradeireland.com/fp7support/ Or contact: Carrie Small, Project Manager – EU Programmes Tel:  028 3083 4172 Email:  carrie.small@intertradeireland.com Catherine Halbert, ITI Horizon 2020 Facilitator Email:  horizon2020@intertradeireland.com

  18. What is the Enterprise Europe Network? • Largest European Commission funded business support network for economic growth • 600 partner organisations • Over 50 countries • 6000 specialist advisors – business information, technology transfer and R&D

  19. Overview Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chile, China, Croatia, Egypt, Iceland, Israel, Montenegro, Norway, Russia, Serbia, Switzerland, Syria, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia,Turkey, USA. Launched in 2008 Brought together 2 former networks All EU + 25 Non-EU

  20. Why does EEN exist…… • Build Capacity • Improve the capacity of UK businesses to take advantage of all International business opportunities • Hugely focused on actual business support bodies on the ground • True route into actual SMEs and supply chains across Europe • Innovate • UK business needs to be at the cutting edge of technology advances • Take advantage of European technological advances • Identify potential routes to market for UK technological advances • Influence • Ensure a voice for UK business in a European Single Market • Influence legislation

  21. What we do ……Open Innovation and Technology Transfer • Knowledge and Technology Transfer Database • Technology Offer – succinct profile to stimulate interest • Technology Request – International profiles disseminated in UK • Technology Partnership Agreement – linking SMEs • Events and Workshops • Innovation Support Services • innovation Audits and support visits • FP7 & other R&D funding • Information on funding calls; guidance and training on bids, partner searches

  22. What we do - Commercial Activities • European legislation and policies • Market Research • Funding opportunities • Business partnership opportunities • Tender opportunities

  23. Some Examples • Digishare 360 • IT system licensed into Poland • B9 Energy • Joint research into methanation with Flensburg University • Enper • Joint development and manufacture in CZ

  24. Dialogue withDG Research & Innovation and DG Enterprise and Industry

  25. Innovation Management Capacity Building ` • A new service to enhance SME’s Innovation Management Capacity • A restricted number of packages are available, choose who to support wisely • High level coaching provided by selected EEN “experts” (with the right CV, selected via call)

  26. Future innovation services

  27. Future EEN Innovation Services - Framework • Informing SMEs on competitiveness • For all SMEs interested in internationalisation and innovation • General EEN information services, often 1 to many ` COSME provided by EEN adviser

  28. Future EEN Innovation Services - Framework ` • Helping SMEs for internationalisation and innovation • For SMEs with a clear product, service, know-how,project or technology with potential forinnovation & internationalisation • Personalised advice and support services, Usually 1 to 1 provided by EEN innovation advisera sub group of EEN adviser COSME

  29. Future EEN Innovation Services - Framework ` • Enhancing SMEs innovation management capacities • For SMEs with real potential for international growthvia clear product/service innovation but lackinginnovation management capacities • Personalised support services of several days, 1 to 1 Horizon 2020 provided by EEN innovation experta sub group of EEN innovation adviser

  30. Future EEN Innovation Services - Framework ` • Facilitating SME coaching services in SME instrument • For SME instrument beneficiaries • Key Account Management of several days, 1 to 1 Horizon 2020 provided by EEN Key Account Managera sub group of EEN Innovation experts

  31. Future EEN Innovation Services - Framework • Informing SMEs for competitiveness • For all SMEs interested in internationalisation and innovation • General EEN information services, often 1 to many ` • Helping SMEs for internationalisation and innovation • For SMEs with a clear product, service, know-how, project or technology with potential for innovation & internationalisation • Personalised advice and support services, usually 1 to 1 • Enhancing SMEs innovation management capacities • For SMEs with real potential for international growth via clear product/service innovation but lacking innovation management capacities • Personalised support services of several days, 1 to 1 • Facilitating SME coaching in SME instrument • For SME instrument beneficiaries • Key Account Management of several days, 1 to 1 COSME funding, 60% Horizon 2020 funding: xx service packages per country 1 service pack = 7 days

  32. Current Services - awareness raising 1-n ` • For all SMEs interested in internationalisation and innovation • Funded via COSME provided byEEN adviser Possible activities • EEN promotion activities • Internet pages • Newsletter • Articles • Talks and presentations • Info days • … • Feedback activities • SME Feedback • SME Envoy • Networking in the region • Exchanges with regional stakeholder • Exchanges with NCPs • Networking within EEN • Sector groups • Best practice exchanges • Training • Working groups • Annual conference

  33. Current Services: Advice and 1-1 Support ` • For SMEs with a clear product, service, know-how, project or technology with potential for innovation & internationalisation • Funded via COSME provided by EEN innovation adviser Possible activities • Personalised advice • Advice on markets, trends, regulations, IPR • Advice on access to finance • Advice on EU programmes • … • Personalised assessment • Potential of projects, new products/services, markets • Innovation need, capacity & commitment audit • … • Personalised partnering • Business offers / requests • Technology offers / request • Research partner searches • Brokerage events • … • Personalised capacity building • Training on innovation • Training on EU funding

  34. New service: 1-1 Innov. Manag. capacity building provided by EEN innovation expert • For SMEs with real potential for international growth via clear product/service innovation but lacking innov. manag. capacities • Enhancing Innovation management capacity • Funded via Horizon2020 Step 1 Assess SME Innovation Management Capacity 0.5 day Step 2 Develop an Action Plan 1 day Step 3 Implement Actions to tackle Innovation Gaps 5 days Step 4 Final Report and initiate next steps 0.5 day Enhancing Innovation Management Capacity of SMEs Funded via xx service packages per country 1 service pack = 7 days to be delivered within 12 month max.

  35. New service: 1-1 Key Account Management ` • For SMEs with a successful project within the SME instrument of Horizon 2020 • Facilitating SME coaching within the H2020 SME instrument • Funded via Horizon 2020 Step 1 Assess SME Gaps and Needs 0.5 day Step 2 Identification and Selection of Coach 1 day Step 3 Facilitate Coach-SME-EACI interactions 5 days Step 4 Close coaching case and initiate next steps 0.5 day H2020 SME Instrument Key Account Management Funded via xx service packages per country 1 service pack = 7 days 2.5 days for SME instrument phase 1 4.5 days for SME instrument phase 2 provided by EENKey Account Manager

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