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Open Call – EIC Investor Day on Green Deal: Investing in Europe’s climate tech leaders

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Oriana Baptista

The European Innovation Council (EIC) is pleased to invite all eligible startups to participate in a two-day online event dedicated to the Green Deal. The selected EIC-backed SMEs will have the chance to present their innovative solutions to a jury of investors consisting of representatives from Robert Bosch Venture CapitalArcTern Ventures, ETF Partners, DemeterSET VenturesDiffusion Capital Partners, MVP Munich Venture PartnersTotal Energies VenturesVoima Ventures OyE-CapitalCapricorn PartnersIberdrola, EnelNorrsken VC, CreasBayWa VenturesInnoEnergyIndustrifondenCusp Capital, Progress Tech TransferPVS Investments, Sofinnova Partners, Blue Dome Capital, Five Seasons Ventures, Givaudan International SA, WLounge/Magda Group, Holcim Technology, Quadia, Astanor, Inven Capital, and Emerald Ventures – with more to follow. Don’t wait up, and make sure your calendar is marked for 16 & 17 March 2022.

 

The applications are open until 23 January 2022.

Apply here, and don’t miss this opportunity!

 

In current times, making economies more sustainable and creating sustainable solutions for the likes of industry or transport, without harming further the environment is key. Given the EU’s goal of becoming the first climate-neutral continent, actions to reach this goal must be taken. That’s why the European Green Deal was put into place/action.

 

What’s at stake? Well, 1) have no net emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050, 2) have economic growth decoupled from resource use, and 3) leave no one and no business behind. All of this ensures the EU is transformed into a modern, resource-efficient, and competitive economy.

 

With that being said, it’s important to encourage and promote ambitious and innovative large-scale opportunities to ensure everyone does their part in achieving the necessary sustainability requirements. Hence why this EIC Investor Day is a valuable opportunity for selected EIC beneficiaries to pitch their innovations in front of jury members from top-class European investors in all Green Deal-related areas.

 

What’s on the agenda?

Five thematic pitching sessions on the following topics (please take into consideration that companies may apply for one session only that is more relevant to them and related to their business/technology):

  • Environment & Climate Change
  • Renewable Energy & Cleantech
  • Precision farming & Sustainable food
  • Sustainable cities & Green mobility
  • Industrial Biotech & New materials

 

What’s in it for you?

This exclusive service will include specific training and is an excellent opportunity to exchange experiences with fellow EIC companies.

 

You will benefit from:

  • An ePitching opportunity in front of top European investors that have been specifically chosen based on your investment stage and topic.
  • Panel discussions.
  • Fireside chats.
  • One-to-One bilateral meetings between companies and investors.
  • Top-tier coaching sessions.

 

When?

Take note: 16 & 17 March 2022, from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM (CET).

 

Where?

Online. If you’re interested in participating, please register by clicking on the following link.

 

Who can apply?

All EIC-funded companies working on innovative solutions in Green Deal-related matters related to the topics mentioned above.

 

How can you be selected?

During the application process, you’ll need to fill in an application form. Afterwards, your company profile will be shared with our investor jury, and they will make the selection based on their investment preferences.

 

This opportunity is brought to you by the EIC Business Acceleration Services. Should you have any questions regarding the event or your eligibility, please contact us through our contact page (choose ‘EVENT - EIC Investor Day on Green Deal’ as 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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