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Story 18 January 2022

EIC Overseas Trade Fairs Programme: 18 selected EIC-funded SMEs, ready to dive into innovation at CES 2022


The European Innovation Council (EIC) is glad to announce the 18 most promising innovators to join the EU Pavilion at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022 under the EIC Overseas Trade Fairs (OTF) Programme 2.0. After a thorough evaluation of up to 100 applications, the delegation of SMEs was selected based on solid internationalisation plans, technological fit with the scope of the trade fair, as well as human and financial resources.

CES 2022, the world’s-leading tech exhibition, is scheduled to return physically to Las Vegas, USA from 5 to 7 January 2022. The EIC-funded SMEs, startups and scale ups will have a major opportunity to impress the international audience with their exceptional solutions and forge strategic business partnerships with like-minded counterparts. The spectrum of EU innovations ranges from digital technologies (Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Machine Learning, IoT) to inventive concepts for product design and manufacturing.

Specifically, the top EIC-funded SMEs that will showcase their advanced products or trending technologies at CES 2022 are:


In the framework of the EIC OTF Programme 2.0, the delegation of SMEs will participate in a one-day online preparatory workshop prior to CES 2022. The briefing serves to inform the selected participants about the market situation, growth potential in the Third country, and business culture. In addition, the workshop’s agenda will include practical aspects regarding the logistics and business services offered.    


More on the EIC OTF Programme 2.0? 

Check the EIC OTF Programme 2.0 website for additional information or visit the EIC Community Platform to explore news, open calls, stories and OTF-related events. 

Should you have any questions on the Programme, please do not hesitate to contact us through the EIC Community Helpdesk (please select the category “EIC OTF Programme” as the subject).

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.

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