The 8th edition of the competition opened on July 29, 2021 and will close on October 5, 2021.
The I-Nov innovation competition is financed by the State via the Future Investments Program (PIA) and operated by Bpifrance and ADEME. It helps support the accelerated emergence of companies (start-ups and SMEs) with the potential to become world-class leaders in their field. For the winners, it is an opportunity to obtain co-financing (up to 45%) of their research, development and innovation project, the total costs of which are between € 600,000 and € 5 million.
10 themes are known today :
- Health - Modeling and numerical simulation tools for the development of biomedicines
- Healthcare - Innovative medical devices with a hardware component
- Adaptation of agriculture to climate change and risk management
- Digital Deeptech
- French Fab - industry of the future
- Circular economy including recycling of critical metals
- Environmental performance of buildings
- Adaptation of territories to climate change
- Reduction of the digital environmental footprint
- Transform the cultural and creative industries and events through digital technology
If you want to know more about the eligibility of your innovative project, the financing methods as well as the expectations of the instructors, GAC Group experts can assist you in your process!
We support the development of our clients: structuring of their projects, identification of financing opportunities, preparation of files and project management.
We invite you to meet on Thursday, September 2, 2021 from 11:30 am to provide you with all the information relating to this system: expected projects, eligibility and selection criteria, instructors' expectations, financing methods.
You will benefit from the insight of our public financing experts on the subject as well as their feedback
The key points covered during this webinar:
The challenge: the adequacy of your project with the expectations of the system
The method: the keys for reading the instruction
The details: application and funding
Question and answer session