Find out how to give yourself the best chance of gaining entry into the Future Internet Accelerator Programme.
Date: 23 October 2014
Venue: Poland / Poznań / Institute of Plant Protection – National Research Institute
Fee: Free of charge
Programme: FIWARE Acceleration Programme
80 MILLION EURO IN FI-PPP OPEN CALLS
The European Commission is now launching a massive call for SMEs and start-ups. In phase 3 of the FI-PPP programme, 16 Accelerator projects http://www.fi-ware.org/accelerators/ from all over Europe will distribute 80 MILLION EURO for innovative products and services. Phase 3 is expected to create market visibility and impact, with the high ambition of placing EU industry at the center of the Digital economy. Come and meet the FIWARE technology, participate in a number of talks, show your project and get funding from accelerators.
The calls are open for SMEs, web entrepreneurs and start-ups owning innovative ideas able to penetrate the market and be the basis for a sustainable business. If you are passionate, willing to launch innovative apps and bring them to the daily lifes of people, organisations or businesses, come to learn how to apply for the open calls!
The Future Internet Accelerator Programme includes 16 accelerator projects focused on different sectors. Join the Future Internet Accelerator Programme and choose the accelerator that suits your project best!
The workshop will be focused on Agrifood and Smart Cities including talks from EuropeanPioneers, FRACTALS, SmartAgriFood2 and Speed UP! Europe. See the full agenda.
It will also provide an overview of the FIWARE/FIWARE Lab/FIWARE Ops features and services available to SMEs, web entrepreneurs and Future Internet Accelerator projects.
The FIWARE accelerators will not only be present at the event and provide an overview of the selection process, but will also be open to proposals and available for those who want to talk to them personally.
The presentations will be given in English.
Unfortunately, the registration is now closed.
Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education (MSHE), Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center (PSNC), PARP, NCBiR and ICT NCP; supported by the European Commission, Future Internet Public Private Partnership (FI-PPP) and Ideal-IST Project.