EC's flash report on „Leading the new wave of deep tech innovation“ is out

Following the workshop organised by the European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency“Projects under the European Innovation Ecosystems Work Programme in support of the New European Innovation Agenda”, the Commission prepared a flash report including information on some of the projects of the first calls of European Innovation Ecosystems Work programme (EIE WP). The BUILD initiative had the honour to be presented during the event together with other flagship projects.

The document “Leading the new wave of deep tech innovation: Projects under the European innovation ecosystems work programme in support of the new European innovation agenda” looks at each of the actions funded under the European Innovation Ecosystems work programme. It also contributes to the implementation of the new European Innovation Agenda objectives in relation to “Funding for deep-tech scale-ups”; “Enabling deep tech innovation through experimentation spaces and public procurement” and “Accelerating and strengthening innovation in European Innovation Ecosystems across the EU and addressing the innovation divide”.

Don’t hesitate to learn more about the EIE and some of the projects here:


About New European Innovation Agenda

The New European Innovation Agenda (NEIA) was adopted in July 2022 with the goal to help position Europe at the forefront of the new wave of deep tech innovation and start-ups. It will help Europe to develop new technologies to address the most pressing societal challenges, and to bring them on the market.

Building on the substantive work that have been done already to foster innovation in the EU, the NEIA aims to accelerate the development and scaling up of innovation across the Union.

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