Do you want to discover which offers from the EIC Service Catalogue can help EIC Accelerator beneficiaries and Seal of Excellence holders take their companies to the next level? The Ask me Anything – EIC Service Catalogue online event, on 18 July, 10:00 CEST, will give you the chance to hear some of the organisations partnering up with the EIC explain why you should apply for their services. Join to us to discover partners such as Acceler8 Limited, BGI – Building Global Innovators, DISC, FILSE, G-Force, German Entrepreneurship, InnovX Business Accelerator, SpaceFounders France, UnternehmerTUM GmbH, WLounge and get the chance to engage in one-to-one meetings to learn more about their offers!
The EIC Service Catalogue is a searchable database with offers from service providers in 22 countries. As an EIC Accelerator beneficiary or Seal of Excellence holder, you can find many offers specifically tailored to your project stage, split into 10 service categories to address different needs and help you take your project to the next level.
In order to help you discover the perfect service, the EIC is organizing the Ask me Anything online event. Join this session on 18 July, from 10:00 to 12:30 CEST, online, to hear a selection of top organisations partnering up with the EIC tell you about their services and get the chance to engage them in one-to-one meetings to find out more.
This session will be held via zoom.
Participants must register before 17 July and will receive the link to the session by email.
Why should you join this event?
This Ask me Anything online session will be an unmissable opportunity to interact with a select list of service providers and:
- Discover services uniquely suited to EIC Accelerator beneficiaries and Seal of Excellence holders;
- Engage the EIC Partners through one-to-one meetings, get the opportunity to pose your questions and exclusive insight on their offers;
- Network with key innovation players from across the ecosystem.
Who can apply?
This event will focus on Partners providing services for EIC Accelerator beneficiaries and Seal of Excellence holders.
EIC Accelerator companies and Seal of Excellence holders from all sectors all welcome to apply, but the session will be of particular interest for beneficiaries with Healthcare, Life Sciences, Space, Sustainability, Engineering and AI solutions.
Which Partners can you meet at the event?
You can find a list of EIC Partners presenting their services during the session below:
- Acceler8 Limited, Malta
- BGI – Building Global Innovators, Portugal
- DISC – Dutch Scale Internation Consortium, The Netherlands
- FILSE, Italy
- German Entrepreneurship, Germany
- G-Force, Slovakia
- InnovX Business Accelerator, Romania
- SpaceFounders, France
- UnternehmerTUM GmbH, Germany
- WLounge, Germany
These organisations were handpicked from the 54 top-level service providers currently featured in the EIC Service Catalogue, due to their upcoming service offers and their relevance for EIC Accelerator beneficiaries.
What is the EIC Service Catalogue?
The EIC Service Catalogue gathers a vast number of acceleration and support service offers open to EIC beneficiaries and Seal of Excellence holders, provided by the group of innovation ecosystem organisations known as EIC Partners.
If you are having trouble accessing highly technical or specific resources/services to scale up your solution, the EIC Service Catalogue may be the tool you need.
What is the EIC Ecosystem Partnerships and Co-Investment Support Programme?
The EIC Service Catalogue is brought to you by the EIC Ecosystem Partnerships and Co-Investment Support Programme. This programme offers all EIC beneficiaries and Seal of Excellence holders access to a network of Partners providing services tailored to their needs. The programme also includes a component to promote co-investment along with the EIC Fund by preparing beneficiaries to interact with investors and connecting them through matchmaking and dedicated events.
DISCLAIMER: This information is provided in the interest of knowledge sharing and should not be interpreted as the official view of the European Commission, or any other organisation.