Impact Investment EIF
Is IMPACT the new investment and growth driver?
Insights by Cyril Gouiffès – Head of Social Impact Investments at EUROPEAN INVESTMENT FUND
June 3rd at 11.00 am CEST
Investing in Circularity
Is the opportunity worth the challenge?
Open discussion with Andrew Shannon, Partner at Circularity Capital
May 27th at 11.00 am CEST
Selling yourself: 4 tips to attract investment
You are on your way to success… the sun is shining in a blue sky, you are in love with your project and it makes grow your wings… but sometimes the journey to attract private investors can be longer, more challenging and difficult than expected.
Here are 4 important tips to attract investment in making private investors falling as well in love with your company, to build a long-term relationship to support your growth and generate attractive value.
How to generate value with Circularity
The open webmeeting held on October 17th, 2019 about sustainable business models and “how to generate value with circularity” addressed key questions with our corporates and impact investors guests Robert Bosch GmbH, Mirova, and Alter Equity.
Will the wind of change blow through the EIC?
In its proposal for the next EU Research and Innovation program, Horizon Europe, the European Commission proposed to invest 94,1 billion euros over seven years. The new program, to run between 2021 and 2027, would be implemented through three pillars – with one-fourth transversal pillar referring to “Strengthening the European Research Area”. Nicolas Sabatier, advisor to Jean-David MALO, Director “Open Innovation & Open Science” at the DG Research & Innovation of the European Commission will attend the next INPHO® Venture Summit 11th &12th in Bordeaux, France, and accepted to share with us his vision of this new architecture.
Granting easier access to latest innovations in deep tech for European SMEs
When the European Union Horizon 2020 research program sets in to give European SMEs easier access to most innovative technologies, thanks to the gateone-project.
Time and again, European Commission studies have shed a light on the widening gap between European companies when it comes to access innovation, according to their size, their home country and their field of activity. To quote but one figure, according to the Digital Economy and Society Index –(DESI), only one company out of five is considered as active in the process of digitalization.