Insight and sharing experiences subsidy schemes
Developing an innovative process, service or product costs money. Sometimes there are subsidy schemes that you can make use of. With more and more subsidies, collaboration between scientists, the business community and other stakeholders (NGOs, policymakers, citizens) is a must. It is therefore becoming increasingly important for knowledge parties to collaborate with companies and other stakeholders. And vice versa, it is very interesting for companies and other organizations to work together within such Public Private Partnership Projects (PPPs). A win-win situation.
On November 17, Campus Connect is about accelerating innovation to the market and how we can help each other with this, for example by starting (subsidized) collaboration projects within the ecosystem of Wageningen Campus.
|16.00||Introduction by Gerlinde van Vilsteren, Value Creation WUR|
|16.05||Peter Jongebloed, Senior Advisor Wageningen Grant Office|
|16.15||Entrepreneurs and subsidy providers share their experiences:|
|Edgar Schwandt (Salut) & Marcel de Haan (OP Oost - EFRO)|
|Corjan van den Berg (Revyve) & Elke Evers (RVO - Fastlane)|
|Marc Arts (GreenFood50) & Saske Hoving (RVO - Horizon Europe)|
|Marieke Laméris (Lekker Lupine) & Bart Heuts (OostNL - De Groeiversneller)|
|Wouter de Heij (TOP BV) about several funding opportunities (WBSO, MIT and TKI) for SMEs|
|Tjerna Ellenbroek (FoodvalleyNL) about the EU Global Foodture Project and voucher opportunities for European SMEs|
|17.15||Networking drinks and a 'market' to gather further information from the subsidy providers|
Campus Connect stimulates contact, connection and knowledge transfer between professionals on Wageningen Campus.