SuperBIO engages with companies and other industrial stakeholders that want to build innovative cross-border value chains around their activities and that are interested in innovation services to bring the value chain closer to the market.
In short, the project provides coaching and advising, will validate ideas for new value chains submitted by companies, will help building new value chains and provide innovation support services to SMEs part of validated value chains that are essential elements for their business planning and to create further leverage.
Submit now your idea for a new, innovative value chain around your activities by filling out the application form. Within each application SME(s) should be involved, as an applicant, or as a partner within the value chain.
You can register here, or you can contact your local SuperBIO representative directly (see below). Fill out the application document and send it in by e-mailing it. Your SuperBIO representative can help you with filling out the form. The guidance document provides more background information on the project and its procedures. After submission the application will be evaluated by the consortium. Your SuperBIO representative will inform you on the decision.
Local representative of SMEs located in following countries:
- Belgium, The Netherlands, UK, Ireland, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Faroe Islands, Turkey
Flanders Biobased Valley, Ghent, Belgium
- Spain, Portugal, Greece, Italy, Israel
Fundación Corporación Tecnológica de Andalucía, Seville, Spain
- France, Luxembourg, Austria, Croatia, Cyprus, Malta, Slovenia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Switzerland, Tunesia
Toulouse White Biotechnology, Toulouse, France
Dr. Marie Tranier – email@example.com – Tel.: +33 (0)5 61 28 57 91
- Poland, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Moldova, Ukraine, Georgia
Polish Technology Platform Bioeconomy (represented by Lodz Technical University) Lodz, Poland