HiSeedTech consortium chosen by Europe to accelerate of deep tech projects in southern European countries.
HiSeedTech in a consortium with Australo, International Development Ireland (IDI), and Institute for Sustainable Development of the European Public Law Organization (EPLO) has been selected by the European Commission to develop an engine of growth to improve the connectedness and efficiency of the entrepreneurship ecosystems in southern European countries.
The project – S3E - will focus on the acceleration of deep tech projects and start-ups that, by providing solutions towards a more sustainable society and economy, can impact social development and economic growth in these countries and contribute to the timely achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
S3E will have three tracks:
Track 2: “Connect and Charge” that aims at (i) engaging growth start-ups, (ii) providing them mentoring and networking to develop an investment-ready business plan, and (iii) facilitating access to non-dilutable and dilutable funding.
The goal of the consortium is to support the materialization of science-based innovation into ground-breaking, resilient solutions with a high potential for adding value and bridging the gap between science and the market.
Meet the consortium:
HiSeedTech - A not-for-profit association founded by private companies that came together with the purpose of enabling the creation of value from knowledge through technology entrepreneurship and open innovation.
EPLO (European Public Law Oragnization) - an international organization dedicated to the creation and dissemination of knowledge in the area of public law lato sensu, including but not limited to inter alia national, comparative and European public law, human rights law and environmental law and the promotion of European values for a better generation of lawyers and democratic institutions worldwide.
IDI (International Development Irland) - IDI specialises in practical day-to-day implementation for Government agencies in economies which are growing and changing rapidly.
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