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Eurostars subsidy scheme

This information is provided by:Netherlands Enterprise Agency, RVONetherlands Enterprise Agency, RVONederlandse versiePlease note: temporarily closed

Are you a small and medium-sized (SME) entrepreneur in the high tech research and development sector? And do you work with partners in other countries? You may be eligible for a subsidy for a Eurostars project. This is an international collaboration project for innovative development.

When do you qualify?

In general the following conditions apply, but there may be different and/or additional requirements depending on the call:

  • You are a research performing SME.
  • You spend at least 10% of your turnover on research and development, or you deploy at least 10% of your staff for research and development.
  • You work together with parties from at least 2 other Eurostars countries.
  • The project must be completed within 36 months and aim to develop a sellable product or process within 1 year of completion.

You can read the full eligibility guidelines on Eurostars' website. As the Dutch national contact point, the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) may also require additional conditions. Email Team IRIS (International Research and Innovation Cooperation) for questions concerning Eurostars.

How to apply?

You can no longer apply for the international subsidy of the 4th call with Eureka. You could apply until 13 April 2023, 14.00 hours. The Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Eurostar's National Contact Point, can assist you with the application process. Is your international application approved? You can apply for the national subsidy with RVO within 3 weeks (in Dutch).

You can apply for Eureka's 5th Eurostars call from 14 July 2023, 02:00 hours until 14 September 2023, 14:00 hours.

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