H2020 Hacks - successful application tips from a winner!
Welcome to our May podcast, show
You might have noticed (if you are a regular listener) that we talk about the amazing funding opportunities for small businesses that lie in the Horizon 2020 SME Instrument and we do our best to give you the best information and tips for success. This month, we have a treat for you dear listeners; this show features an SME Instrument success story from an innovative Scottish organisation called Avanticell, who were successful in applying for SME Instrument phase 1.
AvantiCell Science Ltd was founded by Jo Oliver and Colin Wilde in 2006 to exploit know-how and proprietary technology for the culture of mammalian cells. Their technology has developed to encompass 3D cell-based analysis, and the ability to handle and analyse a wide range of test materials. They decided to apply to SME Instrument and their journey to success is filled with learning for us all.
How did they do it? Jo Oliver CEO of
Avanticell offers their tips including :
Jo also comments on their use of their own template.
And of course Jo advises to engage with European Enterprise Network very early on
Pretty much every company we speak to in Scotland that is
successful in SME Instrument has a unique story to tell and there will be more
success stories in future podcasts.
For future events, tips and information, check our website at www.enterprise-europe-scoland.com / sign up for our regular e-alert newsletter that tells you about forthcoming events as well as any companies that are looking for partners for their projects.
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