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EIT Digital Innovation Factory (Apply by 15th May 2023)

The Open Innovation Factory 2023 is looking for pan-European entrepreneurial teams from education, research, and business organisations, to boost their early-stage digital DeepTech ventures. If selected, you will become a part of EIT Digital's European ecosystem and receive resources, including EIT financial support (up to 400,000 euros), to boost your venture, package your technology, sign up customers and attract additional investors.

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Are you planning to boost your early-stage digital deep tech startup? 

On March 31, EIT Digital opened for applications to The Open Innovation Factory 2023 programme. Focusing on five key areas - Digital Tech, Digital Industry, Digital Cities, Digital Wellbeing, and Digital Finance - the programme is set to propel innovation within the European digital ecosystem. The Open Innovation Factory 2023 Program will accept proposals on a rolling basis throughout the year, with two predefined cut-off dates. The deadline to apply to the first cut-off date is May 15, 2023.

If selected, you will become a part of EIT Digital's European ecosystem and receive resources, including EIT financial support (up to 400,000 euros), to boost your venture, package your technology, sign up customers and attract additional investors.

An overview of Open Innovation Factory Objectives and concrete advice on the ingredients of a successful proposal, were presented at an Information Session on 5th April. 

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