Welcome to show number 99! It is summer in Scotland and the weather is ... passable. Warm rain, summer kilts and sunscreen are the order of the day.
This podcast features an amazing Scottish company called Calcivis who secured €2.6m (£1.9m) in grant funding from the European Commission under Horizon 2020 SME Instrument Programme to develop their Calcivis® Caries Activity Imaging System.
Their business model is based around subcontracting; they had never applied for European funding before and they applied directly to SME Instrument phase 2!
Adam Christie, CEO of Calcivis's top tips for people considering applying directly to SME Instrument Phase 2 are:
A well deserved success for another innovative, forward-thinking Scottish business, where success in SME Instrument Phase 2 has been the start of a whole new round of funding including support from the Scottish Investment Bank.
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