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Ce programme financé par la Commission Européenne soutient les entreprises qui recherchent des partenaires d'autres d'autres filières industrielles, et qui cherchent des fonds pour tester, démontrer et de valider l'innovation avec des utilisateurs avant commercialisation complète, éventuellement via une spin-off ou une joint-venture. Deadline pour soumission : 21 février 2018 !


Fast Track to Innovation (FTI) actions are encouraged to be interdisciplinary, cutting across different sectors and technologies. Actions supporting innovative concepts that have the potential to disrupt or to create new markets are particularly welcome.

Are you looking for partners that can help you with a fast go-to-market of an industry-driven, innovative concept that has strong potential to make your company grow and scale-up?

Do you see co-creation or open innovation as ways to advance your innovation cycle and enter the market within three years?

Are you looking for substantial funding to test, demonstrate and validate your innovation with users before full commercial roll-out, potentially via a spin-off company or a joint venture?

Then FTI is the scheme for you.

Innovation is fostered when new ideas can emerge and easily translate into socio-economic value, shaping new markets and laying the foundations of a stronger, high-tech industrial base for Europe.

Working together, partners with complementary backgrounds, knowledge and skills, in both new and established value-chains, can turn ideas into world-beating products, processes and services that tackle societal challenges.

FTI accelerates the market uptake of ground-breaking innovations by providing funding in an open, accessible scheme that nurtures ideas from consortia of innovators of all types and sizes from across Europe.

Participation by industry — defined as private-for-profit organisations — is mandatory; industry is best-placed to ensure the due commercial exploitation of the innovation developed; in addition, company growth and development in order to strengthen Europe's industrial leadership are explicitly pursued with FTI support.

Cross-Cutting Priorities: Open Innovation

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