Are you on the hunt for ways to accelerate your innovation procurement process? InnoBuyer, a project designed to revolutionize the way we approach innovation procurement, might suit your needs.
The InnoBuyer initiative is all about bringing together both large public and private organizations, known as Challengers, and creative small to medium-sized enterprises (Solvers) with a shared goal: co-creating innovative solutions through a streamlined innovation procurement model.
Benefits of market consultations
Recently conducted 15 Open Market Consultation Sessions focused on addressing unique challenges across diverse sectors, such as:
· energy & water,
· public administration,
The primary objectives were to facilitate productive dialogues between Challengers and potential Solvers, delve into available funding opportunities, explore potential solutions, and discuss various types of pilot programs.
Further support – financial award for best innovation procurers
Their journey to concrete innovation procurement doesn’t stop there. In the next phase, Challengers will have the opportunity to fine-tune their challenge descriptions. The plan is to launch ten of the challenges in a call for innovation suppliers scheduled for October and November 2023.
The most promising Suppliers/Solvers selected during this process stand to win substantial rewards, with the potential to secure up to €58.5k.
Stay up-to-date in numerous fields of innovation
If you missed any of the informative Open Market Consultation Sessions, you can access the recordings to catch up on the discussions and insights:
For more topics and updates, you can explore the official InnoBuyer website here.
In your pursuit of innovation procurement excellence, don’t forget to stay tuned for the BUILD project. It offers invaluable tools, insights and updates in the realm of innovation procurement.
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