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Accessing Funding and other innovation support Alison Orr Knowledge Transfer and Innovation Manager Enterprise Accessing Funding and other innovation support Alison Orr Knowledge Transfer and Innovation Manager Enterprise Europe Network in Yorkshire/ Targeting Innovation [email protected] com Biosynergy Jan 2014

Funding and Innovation Support • Often interlinked – direct funding and indirect business support Funding and Innovation Support • Often interlinked – direct funding and indirect business support • Huge change in innovation/business support landscape ……it is a jungle out there! …. but there is help available

Funding and Innovation Support • Funding – what is available? • Focus on New Funding and Innovation Support • Funding – what is available? • Focus on New EU programme • Innovation support – who can help me? Different forms: • Web driven self help e. g. http: //www. businessinyou. bis. gov. uk/ • Academic and research partnerships • Technology Networks • People skills • Finance • Internationalisation • A bit more on the EU’s main business support network and how it links into UK framework

EU Funding – background EU Framework Programme 7 (FP 7) 2007 -2013 • FP EU Funding – background EU Framework Programme 7 (FP 7) 2007 -2013 • FP 7 has been the EU’s main instrument to fund innovative research in Europe from 2007 -2013 • A key objective has been to co-ordinate European research into critical mass to compete with USA & Japan & to create a single European Research Area (ERA) • Projects had to advance the state of the art • Projects had be transnational (min 3 countries) • Projects were typically 3 – 5 years from market • FP 7 will come to a close at the end of December 2013

FP 7 – Budget Distribution Total € 53 bn Ideas European Research Council Capacities FP 7 – Budget Distribution Total € 53 bn Ideas European Research Council Capacities – Research for Benefit of SMEs Regions of Knowledge € 7. 46 bn € 4. 22 bn € 32. 36 bn € 4. 73 bn People – Marie Curie Projects Co-operation – Collaborative Research Projects

Horizon 2020 Budget Consensus agreed on € 70. 2 bn (€ 79 bn inc Horizon 2020 Budget Consensus agreed on € 70. 2 bn (€ 79 bn inc Euratom) e. g. Health, demographic change and wellbeing (Societal Challenge 1) will get approx. 10% of this budget (~ € 8 bn). Food security, sustainable agriculture & the bioeconomy (SC 2)

Horizon 2020 - What’s new? • A single programme bringing together three separate programmes/initiatives Horizon 2020 - What’s new? • A single programme bringing together three separate programmes/initiatives (FP 7, CIP, European Institute of Innovation and Technology) • ~€ 70. 2 billion Res & Innovn programme (2014 -20) • Greater focus on: • innovation (not just R&D) • key societal challenges • nearer to market projects (e. g. more demonstration activities to prove viability of new tech/prototypes etc)

H 2020 – Proposed New Rules for Participation • A single set of rules H 2020 – Proposed New Rules for Participation • A single set of rules for participation • Simplified process - application, implementation & reporting process (even signed grant agreements) through Participant Portal !ECAS! http: //ec. europa. eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/home. html • Simplified and uniform evaluation criteria • Fewer, better targeted controls and audits • Faster time to grant – target of 8 months/240 days (cf 12 months FP 7)

FP 7 vs Horizon 2020 …. . FP 7 vs Horizon 2020 …. .

Excellent Science – Pillar 1 European Research Council Frontier research by the best individual Excellent Science – Pillar 1 European Research Council Frontier research by the best individual teams Future and Emerging Technologies Collaborative research to open new fields of innovation Marie Curie actions Opportunities for training and career development Research infrastructures (including e-infrastructure – Participant Portal) Ensuring access to world-class facilities “…to support the best ideas, develop talent within Europe, provide researchers with access to priority research infrastructure, and make Europe an attractive location for the world's best researchers. ”

Industrial leadership – Pillar 2 Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies Priority themes - Industrial leadership – Pillar 2 Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies Priority themes - ICT, nanotechnologies, materials, (NMP) biotechnology, manufacturing, space Access to risk finance Leveraging private finance and venture capital for research and innovation Innovation in SMEs * Fostering all forms of innovation in all types of SMEs * Single company support avail; Subcontracting allowed; Closer to market activities – 70% reimbursement rate, but SMEs may still take part in collaborative R&D projects 100% reimbursement rate; mentoring via EEN; covers cost of IPR protection/early stage res funding; “……. to stimulate growth by means of increasing the levels of innovation in SMEs, covering their different needs over the whole innovation cycle for all types of innovation, thereby creating more fast-growing, internationally active SMES”.

Societal Challenges - Pillar 3 1 Health, demographic change and wellbeing 2 Food security, Societal Challenges - Pillar 3 1 Health, demographic change and wellbeing 2 Food security, sustainable agriculture & the bioeconomy 3 Secure, clean and efficient energy 4 Smart, green and integrated transport 5 Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials 6 Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies 7 Secure societies - Protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens “…adopting an approach that will bring together resources and knowledge across different fields, technologies and disciplines, including social sciences and the humanities. This will cover activities from research to market, with a new focus on innovation-related activities, such as piloting and demonstration of new products. ”

H 2020 and the NHS? - translating research into practice • How? More support H 2020 and the NHS? - translating research into practice • How? More support for research infrastructures, public-private and public-public partnerships • NHS encouraged to partner • Pre-commercial (PCP)/Public Procurement (PPI) solutions encouraged (cross-border public procurer collaboration as early adopter of new tech) • Translational approaches, integrating several steps of the innovation process in the health care area. • More support for clinical trials • More “patient-focused” priorities

Horizon 2020 – Health challenge Indicative priorities 1. Understanding health, wellbeing and disease 1. Horizon 2020 – Health challenge Indicative priorities 1. Understanding health, wellbeing and disease 1. 1. Understanding the determinants of health, improving health promotion and disease prevention 1. 2. Understanding disease 1. 3. Improving surveillance and preparedness 2. Preventing disease 2. 1. Developing effective prevention and screening programmes and improving the assessment of disease susceptibility 2. 2. Improving diagnosis and prognosis 2. 3. Developing better preventive and therapeutic vaccines http: //register. consilium. europa. eu/pdf/en/12/st 17633. en 12. pdf

Health - Indicative priorities (2) 3. Treating and managing disease 3. 1. Treating disease, Health - Indicative priorities (2) 3. Treating and managing disease 3. 1. Treating disease, including developing regenerative medicine 3. 2. Transferring knowledge to clinical practice and scalable innovation actions 4. Active ageing and self-management of health 4. 1. Active ageing, independent and assisted living 4. 2. Individual awareness and empowerment for self-management of health http: //register. consilium. europa. eu/pdf/en/12/st 17633. en 12. pdf - page 81

Health - Indicative priorities (3) 5. Methods and data 5. 1. Improving health information Health - Indicative priorities (3) 5. Methods and data 5. 1. Improving health information and better use of health data 5. 2. Improving scientific tools and methods to support policy making and regulatory needs 5. 3 Using in-silico medicine for improving disease management and prediction 6. Health care provision and integrated care 6. 1. Promoting integrated care 6. 2. Optimising the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare provision http: //register. consilium. europa. eu/pdf/en/12/st 17633. en 12. pdf

https: //www. h 2020 uk. org/funding-calls also http: //www. ee-yorkshire. com/ - R&D tab https: //www. h 2020 uk. org/funding-calls also http: //www. ee-yorkshire. com/ - R&D tab http: //ec. europa. eu/programmes/horizon 2020/en/find-your-area

Horizon 2020 Timeline • Adoption by the Council: December 2013 • Adoption of work Horizon 2020 Timeline • Adoption by the Council: December 2013 • Adoption of work programme and publication of first calls for proposals: 11 December 2013 • Horizon 2020 UK national launch event (webinar) 31 January 2014 – see www. h 2020 uk. org • Summary of calls https: //www. h 2020 uk. org/funding-calls or http: //ec. europa. eu/research/participants/portal/des ktop/en/opportunities/h 2020/index. html Other resources: q http: //ec. europa. eu/programmes/horizon 2020/ q www. ee-yorkshire. com (R&D tab)

Horizon 2020 SME Instrument • Bottom up/Business Led proposals • 20% of H 2020 Horizon 2020 SME Instrument • Bottom up/Business Led proposals • 20% of H 2020 budget ringfenced for SMEs • Can be single SME proposal submissions

SME Instrument seminars - 12 Feb 2014 – Doncaster; 26 Feb 2014 – Hull. SME Instrument seminars - 12 Feb 2014 – Doncaster; 26 Feb 2014 – Hull. Register at www. ee-yorkshire. com

Further information • www. h 2020 uk. org – hosted by TSB/links to NCPs Further information • www. h 2020 uk. org – hosted by TSB/links to NCPs • _Connect: https: //connect. innovateuk. org/web/fp 7 -uk-health (Register with your relevant NCP pages on _Connect) • Cordis: http: //cordis. europa. eu/home_en. html • Participant portal: http: //ec. europa. eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/home. html • NHS European Office: http: //www. nhsconfed. org/National. And. International/NHSEuropean. Office /Pages/Home. aspx • Fit for Health: http: //www. fitforhealth. eu/ • Health project database: http: //www. healthcompetence. eu • Register as an expert: http: //ec. europa. eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/experts/ind ex. html

Innovation Support – whistle-stop tour PROTECT YOUR IDEA BUSINESS IDEA INTERNATIONAL TRADE RESEARCH EXPORT Innovation Support – whistle-stop tour PROTECT YOUR IDEA BUSINESS IDEA INTERNATIONAL TRADE RESEARCH EXPORT COMPANY PARTNERS DESIGN & DEVELOP LOGISTICS & MARKETING DOMESTIC SALES FIND PARTNERS SCALE UP or MANUFACTURE Adapted with kind permission © John Christopher, EEN East of England

Innovation Support – WORLD where are we now EUROPEAN ASEAN IPR HELPDESKCHINA OPEN TO Innovation Support – WORLD where are we now EUROPEAN ASEAN IPR HELPDESKCHINA OPEN TO EXPORT UK TRADE & INVESTMENT INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OFFICE IPR HELPDESK BUSINESS IDEA UKTI DSO ENTERPRISE FINANCE GUARANTEE UK EXPORT FINANCE PROOF OF MARKET COMPANY PARTNERS GROWTH ACCELERATOR PARTNERS SCALE UP or MANUFACTURE CARBON TRUST & ECA’s MAS KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER NETWORKS Other TSB/ SBRI/ Res Councils PATENT BOX Horizon 2020 R&D TAX CREDITS Smart (R&D) GRANTS EUROSTARS DESIGN & DEVELOP LOGISTICS & MARKETING ERDF …where to start UK EUROPEAN INTELLECTUAL IPR PROPERTY HELPDESK OFFICE ENTERPRISE EUROPE NETWORK RESEARCH EXPORT FINANCE YORKSHIRE PATENT OFFICE DESIGNING DEMAND KTP INNOVATION VOUCHERS Yorkshire Innovation Fund Adapted with kind permission © John Christopher, EEN East of England

Help is at Hand – The Enterprise Europe Network > 600 organisations • • Help is at Hand – The Enterprise Europe Network > 600 organisations • • Chambers of commerce and industry Technology centres Universities Development agencies. > 50 European countries and beyond EU countries Austria Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Netherlands Poland Portugal Romania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden United Kingdom Non-EU countries Albania Armenia Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Canada Chile China Egypt f. YRo. M Iceland India Israel Japan Mexico Moldova Montenegro Morocco Norway Russia Serbia South Korea Switzerland Tunisia Turkey Ukraine USA

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Enterprise Europe Network Services Access to CONTACTS Types of contacts we can help you Enterprise Europe Network Services Access to CONTACTS Types of contacts we can help you with • Commercial Distributors, agents, logistics, suppliers, … • Technological Further development, licence agreements, testing, assembly, engineering, …. • Research Partners for research projects (e. g. Horizon 2020, EUREKA) How do we do it? • 600 partners, >3000 advisers with on-the-ground knowledge and expertise • Powerful network-wide database of partner search requests (>20, 000 profiles) • Matchmaking Events • REGISTER FOR ALERTS • FREE www. ee-yorkshire. com

Enterprise Europe Network Services • REGISTER FOR ALERTS • FREE Access to CONTACTS www. Enterprise Europe Network Services • REGISTER FOR ALERTS • FREE Access to CONTACTS www. ee-yorkshire. com

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Enterprise Europe Network Services Access to CONTACTS Matchmaking Events/ Company Missions - Speed-dating for Enterprise Europe Network Services Access to CONTACTS Matchmaking Events/ Company Missions - Speed-dating for Businesses - Pre-arranged meetings via online tool - 15 -20 minute meetings - Events across Europe - Usually sector-specific - In parallel to large trade fairs Sample events: European Telemedicine Partnering Event Edinburgh 2013 MEDICA Healthcare BE 2013 Annually at Medica, Duesseldorf

Enterprise Europe Network Services Access to INFORMATION CONTACTS Do you need to get up Enterprise Europe Network Services Access to INFORMATION CONTACTS Do you need to get up to speed on any of the following areas? • Employment legislation • Environmental legislation • CE Marking and Standards • Labeling legislation • Public procurement rules • Consumer legislation • Single currency • EU Enlargement • Health and Safety • Market information • European national laws Access to FINANCE 0800 052 8156 [email protected] com

Enterprise Europe Network Services Access to FINANCE We don’t provide financial support ourselves but Enterprise Europe Network Services Access to FINANCE We don’t provide financial support ourselves but this is what we can do: • Provide Information and advice • Help identify relevant funding programmes • Assist with application for European funding, e. g. Horizon 2020 collaborative research project *** EEN will be main support for SME Instrument***

The role of EEN in H 2020 • Specialist support on: • the new The role of EEN in H 2020 • Specialist support on: • the new H 2020 SME instrument • new H 2020 debt and equity financing facilities • Mentoring and coaching • Knowledge of wider aspects of H 2020 • Able to help SMEs as necessary throughout H 2020 • Directing to other services as necessary (esp NCPs) • Fully embedded in the wider H 2020 support structure 34

Access to Further Help www. iprhelpdesk. eu See also China IPR Helpdesk ASEAN IPR Access to Further Help www. iprhelpdesk. eu See also China IPR Helpdesk ASEAN IPR Helpdesk MERCOSUR IPR Helpdesk

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