SME Instrument topic 13 “Engaging SMEs in security research and development” and Fast Track to Innovation

Friday 15 April 2016, 10:00 CEST (Brussels time)


Duration: 60-90 minutes



Cathy POURET, Project Officer, European Commision, EASME - Executive Agency for the Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, Unit A2 – H2020-SME Instrument / FTI Pilot

Jasper HEMMES, Coaching Manager, H2020 SME Instrument, European Commision, EASME - Executive Agency for the Small and Medium-sized Enterprises


Hosted by:

PRAXI Network / FORTH with the support of, partners in SEREN 3 project and Enterprise Europe Network 


Training Objectives:

The webinar aims to enhance understanding of H2020 NCPs in Secure Societies about alternative opportunities in Horizon 2020 especially addressed to SMEs and consortia which are focused in innovative products, services and processes and interested in market expansion. SME Instrument and particularly the topic 13 “Engaging SMEs in security research and development” will be presented in order to provide NCPs with detailed information for this option of their clientele. Also, Fast Track to Innovation (FTI) pilot, a fully-bottom-up measure in Horizon 2020 promoting close-to-the-market innovation activities, will be presented.


Target Group:

Horizon 2020 NCPs in Secure Societies, Enterprise Europe Network partners and stakeholders


Guidelines for attendees:

The webinar is provided via Adobe Connect. Please visit the following link and enter the webinar as Guest. You are kindly advised to join the session not later than 15 minutes before the start time.

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Coaching process, role of E.E.N. / KAM


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