Breakfast seminar sparks great interest for EU projects

Photo: DigitalNorway

In January, DigitalNorway was invited by MESH to present the key objectives of three of our ongoing EU projects; DIGI-B-CUBE, InnoCAPE and TRINITY.

The projects provide innovation and funding support to eligible SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises) in the areas of Health and Agile production using Robotics, AI, IoT and Cybersecurity. The two projects are part of the Horizon 2020 programme, which sets out to ensure Europe produces world-class science and technology that drives economic growth.

If you would like to learn more about which opportunities the projects provide, we urge you to reach out, and to read more on the TRINITY, InnoCAPE and DIGI-B-CUBE project web sites. The deadlines are set to 13 March (TRINITY) and 31 May (DIGI-B-CUBE).

MESH’s tenants are an excellent target group for EU-projects. MESH was Norway’s first coworking community and is a leading independent coworking hub in Oslo; a community for creatives, entrepreneurs and founders.

Over 40 representatives from SMEs, start-ups and policy actors attended the breakfast seminar, which gave them insight into various possibilities to apply for funding support to accelerate their product and services in the areas of Health and Agile production. Several of the SMEs and start-ups showed interest in applying for the open calls, whose goal is to increase innovation and digitalisation in the Norwegian health and industry sector.

EU flag

About DIGI-B-CUBE: This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, under Grant Agreement nº 824920.

About Trinity: The TRINITY project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement nº 825196.