Start-up and SME Booster Call 2019 (EIT RawMaterials)

EIT RawMaterials Star-up and SME Booster

The Funding

  • Financial support of up to a maximum amount of EUR 60,000.
  • Eligible costs follow the rules under the EIT framework agreements (FPA and SGA), please see the call’s Terms & Conditions.

There is no formal minimum requirement of co-funding; however, projects that will show a co-funding and ask support for non-recurring costs (not for shareholders personnel costs) will be positively evaluated, as an indication of the commitment of the company in the initiative.

When to Apply

Start-up & SME Booster Call 2019 is open all year long. For sake of clarity and to ensure smooth selection and operational progress of the selected Start-ups and SMEs, 3 cut-off dates for proposal submission will be organised:

  • 15 March
  • 14 June
  • 20 September.

How to Apply

Please log in to get access to the Start-up and SME Booster templates and Terms and Conditions of the Booster Call 2019. After finalising your proposals, you can upload them on the application page.

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