The Blue Economy needs innovative solutions to address pressing challenges that threaten our oceans such as overfishing, pollution, and the effects of climate change. Earlier this month, Innovayt attended the annual event organised by the Blue Bio Value Accelerator programme, supporting start-ups developing sustainable blue biotechnology. The event inspired us to give an overview on the EU Sustainable Blue Economy and outline the main EU funding opportunities for the sector.
DTS 2022 brings together tech enthusiasts, ranging from start-ups and researchers to investors and decision-makers, during a two-days summit in central Copenhagen. Meet experienced Innovation Consultants at our stand (218), learn how to successfully combine hard (VC) and soft (grant) funding opportunities at our session (October 26, 13:00-14:15, Start-up SQUARE Stage), or find us in the crowd. See you there!
In collaboration with Greater Copenhagen EU Office, we invite researchers and companies in Eastern Denmark (Regions of Zealand and Capital) to learn more about how to assess programme fit and write a competitive application for the EIC Pathfinder programme.
What is and how do we achieve Circular Economy? Do investors and funding programmes put too much focus on deep tech, rather than social or systems innovation? What is the role of SMEs versus incumbents in the transition?