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SMEs in FP7 proposal
  • SMEs at the core of European industry and a key
    component of the
  • of the innovation cycle, transforming knowledge
    into products processes
  • 99 of all EU enterprises are SMEs
  • employing 66 of the workforce
  • producing 66 of GDP
  • European SMEs are faced with increasing
    competition in the internal
  • market and globally and therefore need to
    increase their knowledge
  • and research intensity and internationalize
  • Member States actions relevant to SMEs often do
    not encourage or
  • support trans-national research cooperation
  • Actions at EU level necessary to complement /
    enhance the impact
  • of actions taken at national and regional level

ACADEMIC SPIN-OFFS ARE SMEs !
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SMEs in FP7 proposal Outline
A broad approach to promote participation of SMEs
in EU research actions
  • Optimized participation of SMEs across the
    specific
  • programmes (COOPERATION PEOPLE IDEA)
  • Strengthened SMEs specific actions in the
    Capacities programme Research for the benefit
    of SMEs
  • Article 169 initiative in the field of research
    performing
  • SMEs, building on EUREKA Eurostars
  • Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP)
  • complementary services encouraging the
    participation of
  • SMEs in FP7

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SMEs in FP7 proposal
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ETI under FP6
  • Stepping up economic and technological
  • intelligence (ETI) is a scheme aimed to
  • promote innovation in SMEs through
  • activities aimed at facilitating their
  • participation in the Community research
  • programmes

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ETI under FP6
How? For example, through
facilitating the creation of groupings or
clusters of SMEs that have similar innovation
needs promoting trans-regional cooperation of
SMEs facilitation of an innovation and SME
component in strategic projects and technology
platforms collecting, analysing and
disseminating information on scientific and
technological developments, applications and
markets etc identifying and disseminating
best practice with regard to ETI.
7
Activities to encourage and facilitate participati
on of SMEs in FP7 (in line with Councils Partial
General Approach)
8
The new SME definition the new thresholds
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Optimized participation of SMEs (I)
Cooperation programme SME research needs
and potential are taken into account in
developing content of thematic areas, and topics
of particular interest to SMEs will be
further identified in work programmes
Improved and simplified financial and
administrative procedures Increased
flexibility in choosing the appropriate funding
scheme Joint Technology Initiatives will
encourage the involvement of SMEs, where
appropriate.
10
Optimized participation of SMEs (II)
People programme Industry-academia
partnerships and pathways dedicated scheme for
knowledge sharing in partnerships between the
public and private sector, including in
particular SMEs. Objective To open and foster
dynamic pathways based on longer term
co-operation programmes with a high potential
for increasing knowledge-sharing and mutual
understanding of the different cultural settings
and skill requirements of both sectors Actions -
Staff secondment between both sectors for
intersectoral coop - Temporary hosting in both
sectors of experienced researchers - Organisation
of workshops and conferences - Contribution to
small equipment related to SMes participation
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Optimized participation of SMEs (II)
Ideas programme SMEs will also be able
to participate in this programme individual
teams from SMEs may compete on grounds of
excellence.
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Strengthened SME specific actions Target
population
Two specific actions to support SMEs or SME
associations in need of outsourcing research will
be pursued with increased budget Research for
SMEs all SMEs that need to outsource research
activities - mainly low to medium technology
SMEs with little or no research capability
- research intensive SMEs that need to
outsource research to complement their core
research capability Research for SME
associations SME associations which are
normally best placed to know or identify the
common technical problems of their members
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Strengthened SME specific actions Budget
FP7 Commission proposal overall budget of
1,901 million euro Substantial increase of the
average annual budget for SME specific actions
This budget includes possible EU contribution
in support of Article 169 initiative
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Art. 169 initiative
Joint implementation of national research
programmes Under discussion Eurostars
programme, a joint RD programme for the benefit
of research performing SMEs with the objective to
boost their research and innovative capacity
Building on EUREKA it will stimulate and
support trans-national RD projects led by
research performing SMEs Complements other
SME-targeted actions carried out under FP7
Identified in the Capacities Specific programme
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Eurostars programme background information
Main features Support innovative RD projects
led by researchperforming SMEs Bottom-up
nature Selection of projects based on
Scientific assessment by independent experts
Financial legal check by national E! offices
Separate Legal Entity to manage the programme
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SMEs in FP7 and CIP
  • CIP Services encouraging SME participation
  • in FP7 by
  • Raising awareness among SMEs regarding
  • the Community RTD Framework Programme
  • Helping SMEs to identify their RTD needs
  • and to find partners with similar needs
  • Assisting SMEs in the preparation and
  • coordination of project proposals
  • Close coordination between CIP and FP7
  • related actions

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CIP and previous programmes
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CIP 3 pillars
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EIP 3 new elements
1. Risk capital instrument for High Growth and
Innovative Companies
2. Securitisation of banks SME loan portfolios
3. Enhanced role for innovation and business
support networks
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Network for provision of integrated services in
support of business and innovation in Bulgaria -
EIIRC-BG
  • List of participants
  • 1. Applied Research and Communications Fund
  • 2. Bulgarian Industrial Association
  • 3. Center for Innovations Bulgarian Academy
    of Sciences
  • 4. Association Business Information and
    Consulting Centre - Sandanski
  • 5. Business Support Centre for Small and Medium
    Enterprises - Ruse
  • 6. Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Dobrich
  • 7. Yambol Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • 8. Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Stara
    Zagora
  • 9. Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Vratsa
  • 10. Plovdiv Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • 11. GIS-Transfer Center Foundation
  • 12. Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • 13. ARC Consulting
  • Coordinating person Dipl. Eng. Angel Milev
  • Co-ordinator organisation name Applied Research
    and Communications Fund
  • e-mail arc_at_online.bg tel 359 2 9733000 fax
    359 2 9733588

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Euro Info Centres
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Innovation Relay Centres Network
  • 71 IRC consortia
  • 243 organisations
  • 33 countries
  • EU25
  • Iceland
  • Norway
  • Switzerland
  • Bulgaria
  • Romania
  • Turkey
  • Israel
  • Chile

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Services in support of business and innovation
defined in Art. 21.2
  • Information, feedback, business cooperation and
    internationalisation services
  • Services for innovation and for the transfer of
    both technology and knowledge
  • Services encouraging the participation of SMEs in
    the seventh Framework RTD Programme

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Innovation, technology and knowledge transfer
  • Disseminating information and raising awareness
    regarding innovation-related policies,
    legislation, and support programmes
  • Engaging in the dissemination and exploitation of
    research results
  • Providing brokerage services for technology and
    knowledge transfer, and for partnership building
    between all kinds of innovation actors
  • Stimulating the capacity of firms, especially
    SMEs to innovate
  • Facilitating linkage to other innovation services
    including intellectual property related services.

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Encouraging the participation of SMEs in the
Community Framework Programme for RTD
  • Raising awareness among SMEs regarding the
    Community Framework Programme for RTD
  • Helping SMEs to identify their RTD needs and find
    relevant partners
  • Assisting SMEs in the preparation and
    coordination of project proposals for the
    participation in the Community Framework
    Programme for RTD.

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Module (c)-Main activities
  • Targeted information and promotion events
  • Technology audits and formulation of project
    ideas
  • Partner finding
  • Assistance in negotiation and conclusion of
    cooperation agreements
  • Training
  • Innovation Vouchers

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Background information
  • http//ec.europa.eu/enterprise/networks/eic/eic.ht
    ml
  • http//www.innovationrelay.net

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Background information
  • CIP websites
  • http//ec.europa.eu/enterprise/index_en.htm
  • http//ec.europa.eu/enterprise/funding/cip/index.h
    tm

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The new SME definition 01.01.2005
Does my organisation qualify as an SME? Is the
organisation an enterprise, i.e. engaging in
economic activity? Does it have fewer than 250
employees? Does it have an annual turnover not
exceeding lt50 million? or Does it have a
balance sheet total not exceeding lt43 million?
Is it autonomous? If not, it may still qualify
as an SME, but must take into account the
effect of outside shareholdings (see leaflet on
SMEdefinition).
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Capacities Call for Proposals Research for the
benefit of SMEs
Research for SMEs Call 1 Identifier
FP7-SME-2007-1 Publication date 22 December
2006 Budget  100 000 000 Deadline 04 September
2007 at 1700 (Brussels local time) OJ
Reference OJ C316 of 22 December 2006 Specific
Programme  Capacities  Theme Research for
the benefit of SMEs  Restrictions to
Participation 
cordis.europa.eu/fp7/dc/index.cfm?fuseactionUserS
ite.CapacitiesDetailsCallPagecall_id35
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Capacities Call for Proposals Research for the
benefit of SMEs
Coordination and Support Actions Call 1
Identifier FP7-SME-2007-3 Publication date 22
December 2006 Budget  2 000 000 Deadline 10
May 2007 at 1700 (Brussels local time) OJ
Reference OJ C316 of 22 December 2006 Specific
Programme  Capacities  Theme Research for
the benefit of SMEs 
http//cordis.europa.eu/fp7/dc/index.cfm?fuseactio
nUserSite.CapacitiesDetailsCallPagecall_id37
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Capacities Call for Proposals Research for the
benefit of SMEs
Capacities Call for Proposals Research for the
benefit of SMEs Preparation and Submission of
Proposals Information Package Additional
Documents Get Support Build Your Consortium
Research for SME Associations Call 1
Identifier FP7-SME-2007-2 Publication date 22
December 2006 Budget  10 000 000 Deadline(s) 01
June 2007 at 1700 (Brussels local time) 28
November 2007 at 1700 (Brussels local time) -  
OJ Reference OJ C316 of 22 December
2006 Specific Programme  Capacities 
Theme Research for the benefit of SMEs 
http//cordis.europa.eu/fp7/dc/index.cfm?fuseactio
nUserSite.CapacitiesDetailsCallPagecall_id36
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SMEs go Health
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  • Project aim
  • To promote the SMEs to participate in FP7 -
    Health

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www.smesgohealth.org
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SMEs go Health
  • 1. Do you know if SMEs can receive national
    funding in addition to our "up to" 75 for
    research activities?
  • Additional funding to the 75 is possible. There
    are three obvious ways
  • IF the money were paid for a separate, but
    closely related piece of RTD, there is no
    problem.
  • the MS can give regional/specific assistance to
    SMEs as long as it is within the de minimis rule
    (see below) or in a convergence/ coherence region
  • the research is fundamental and as such 100 of
    all costs can be covered.
  • To generalize -if we are talking about the same
    project (as the same eligible costs and the same
    activities), national funding can top-up FP
    funding up to the limits stated by State aid the
    limit is 100 for fundamental research for
    industrial research it can go up to 80 for
    small enterprises (so the top-up allowed of 5
    if FP funds at 75). In State aid we are always
    talking of total project costs (full-cost model).
  •  -other, even neighbouring projects, can be
    funded without taking FP contribution into
    account
  • -de minimis of up to 200,000 gt? can be given if
    it is not used to specifically top-up FP funding
    beyond what is otherwise allowed.
  •  -State aid under other headings is subject to
    its specific rules (regional, employment and
    training, innovation...)

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www.smesgohealth.org
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SMEs go Health
  • 2
  • How to handle in the INCO projects the issue of
    differences of EU salaries and INCO salaries?
  • It exists an optional clause for ICPC partners
    to use a lump sum for the calculation of the cost
    of their participation. It seems to Indridi that
    the result of that calculation would be very low
    as compared to western costs and thus in most
    cases it would be advisable not to use the lump
    sum.
  • 3 Where to find info on the EDCTP calls?
  • Information on the EDCTP initiatives and calls
    can be found on their homepage www.edctp.org

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www.smesgohealth.org
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  • CLUSTERS Linked over Europe
  • Regions 1. Karlsruhe
  • 2. Kaliningrad
  • 3. Linz
  • 4. Lyon
  • 5. Nottingham
  • 6. Tartu
  • 7. Timisoara
  • 8. Wermland
  • 9. Banska Bystrica
  • 10. Gorenjska Region
  • 11. Lithuania
  • 12. Maribor
  • 13. Moravia-Silesia
  • 14. Sofia GIS-TransferCenter Sofia
    Municipality
  • 15. West Pannon

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