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Premi europei del Nuovo Bauhaus: candidature aperte fino al 31 maggio

Premi europei del Nuovo Bauhaus: candidature aperte fino al 31 maggio. La Commissione europea ha lanciato la prima edizione dei premi del nuovo Bauhaus europeo illustrerà buone pratiche, esempi e concetti che esprimono chiaramente i valori di sostenibilità, estetica e inclusione del nuovo Bauhaus europeo. Questi esempi devono essere già attuati o, se provenienti da studenti e giovani professionisti (di età inferiore a 30 anni) dovrebbero aprire la strada al futuro. I premi del nuovo Bauhaus europeo ricompenseranno esempi già esistenti o idee e concetti nuovi in dieci diverse categorie. In ciascuna di esse ci saranno due sezioni parallele: i "premi del nuovo Bauhaus europeo", per gli esempi esistenti già completati; gli "astri nascenti del nuovo Bauhaus europeo", per le idee e i concetti presentati da giovani talenti. Le domande devono dimostrare perché e in che modo l'esempio o il progetto/l'idea rappresenta o incarna i tre valori principali su cui si fonda l'iniziativa del nuovo Bauhaus europeo (estetica, sostenibilità e inclusione) e comprendere un'analisi della sua dimensione innovativa. Inoltre i partecipanti al premio "astri nascenti" devono presentare le fasi previste per l'ulteriore sviluppo o l'attuazione dell'idea o del concetto. Categorie di premi:
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Single Market Programme 2021-2027: via libera a 4,2 miliardi di euro a sostegno del mercato unico

Il 28 aprile è stato adotatto il primo programma in favore del mercato unico, dotato di un bilancio pari a 4,2 miliardi di euro per il periodo 2021-2027. Il nuovo programma contiene una serie di misure integrate volte a sostenere e a rafforzare la governance del mercato unico, compresa per i servizi finanziari. Il nuovo programma prevede inoltre un bilancio specifico al fine di dare impulso al mercato unico. Obiettivo dell’Unione europea attraverso questo nuovo strumento è favorire una migliore applicazione del diritto dell’Ue e promuovere la competitività delle PMI, in particolare grazie alla rete Enterprise Europe Network e al Programma Erasmus per giovani imprenditori, da esso sostenute. Il Regolamento sarà pubblicato nei prossimi giorni nella Gazzeta Ufficial dell’Ue e si applicherà retroattivamente a partire dal 1° gennaio 2021. Ulteriori informazioni sono disponibili al seguente link

2021 European Award for Social Innovation, shaping green economy and digital future

2021 European prize for social innovation: Expertise for the future - Shaping a green and digital future. The European Commission has launched the 2021 edition of the European Social Innovation Award aimed at supporting job creation and economic growth through the identification, development and strengthening of skills that will drive Europe’s green economy and digital future. Launched in memory of social innovation pioneer Diogo Vasconcelos, the European Social Innovation Competition is a competition run by the European Commission, with support from EIC in all EU member states and Horizon Europe associated countries. Each year, the Commission awards three €50,000 prizes for the best socially innovative projects aimed at changing the world for the better. The theme for 2021 is ‘Skills for the Future - Shaping a Green and Digital Future’. The prize is open to any legal entity (including natural persons or consortia of legal entities), with the exception of public administrations based in Member States or countries associated with Horizon Europe. The European Commission is looking for social innovations at scale that will contribute to European job creation, growth and competitiveness by helping people, businesses and industries identify, develop and strengthen those skills to fuel the green and digital future of the European economy. The competition is open to early-stage ideas that address challenges related to transitioning to the future, including, but not limited to, identifying and mapping skills gaps, as well as development and training approaches that will help people retrain or upgrade their skills. All solutions submitted must demonstrate consideration of environmental impact. Go to the website ->
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2021 European Award for Social Innovation

The European Commission has launched the 2021 edition of the European Social Innovation Award aimed at supporting job creation and economic growth through the identification, development and strengthening of skills that will drive Europe’s green economy and digital future. Launched in memory of social innovation pioneer Diogo Vasconcelos, the European Social Innovation Competition is a competition run by the European Commission, with support from EIC in all EU member states and Horizon Europe associated countries. Each year, the Commission awards three €50,000 prizes for the best socially innovative projects aimed at changing the world for the better. The theme for 2021 is ‘Skills for the Future - Shaping a Green and Digital Future’.
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Challenge Reload Umbria: deadline 18 May

Open Innovation Challenge: ideas, projects and solutions from young talents with companies in the Umbria region 7 SECTORS Each sector contains challenges identified on the basis of specific economic and social needs and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals: Mechanics, Chemicals, Textiles, Transport and Logistics, Agribusiness, Tourism, COVID-19 Emergency
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European Innovation Council Work Programme 2021: Webinar 14 April at 2:30 p.m.

The EIC will support start-ups, SMEs and research teams developing high-risk, revolutionary innovations in line with the European Green Deal. The European Innovation Council (EIC), launched on 18 March 2021, is the most ambitious innovation initiative Europe has ever undertaken, with a budget for the period 2021-2027 of €10 billion to identify, develop and scale up breakthrough technologies and disruptive innovations. The EIC will support start-ups, SMEs and research teams developing high-risk, high-impact breakthrough innovations, contributing to the objectives of the European Green Deal and the Post-Pandemic Europe Recovery Plan. The 2021 Work Programme foresees financial support of €1.5 billion, provided through three main instruments: Pathfinder for advanced research on revolutionary/game-changing technologies. Transition to transform research results into innovation opportunities. Accelerator to develop and scale-up high-risk, high-impact breakthrough innovations. Register for the webinar
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Roadshow Umbria – Valorising Young People for a Sustainable Economy: Together with local enterprises and universities

The Umbrian leg of the AIDP CRS and Sustainability Roadshow will take place online on Friday 9 April from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. The Roadshow is the result of the partnership between AIDP Nazionale www.aidp.it together with ASVIS www.asvis.it Click to take part in the event: Roadshow nazionale Valorizzazione dei Giovani per una Economia sostenibile: Insieme ad imprese ed Università del territorio (aidp.it)


EU Prize for Women Innovators 2021

The EU Prize for Women Innovators celebrates the women entrepreneurs behind game-changing innovations. The EU seeks to raise awareness of the need for more female innovators, and create role models for women and girls everywhere. The Prize is awarded to up to four women innovators in total (including one young 'Rising Innovator’) who have created the largest impact on the innovation ecosystem by transforming ideas into new and advanced products and/or services for the benefit and wealth of European citizens. Call opens: 18 March Application deadline: 30 June 2021
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Challenge #ReloadUmbria: launch webinar on18 March

Challenge#ReloadUmbria 18 MARCH 2021 – online event at 10 a.m. Challenge#ReloadUmbria is a Challenge Competition to promote innovation projects in seven strategic sectors for Umbria: Mechanics, chemicals, textiles, transport and logistics, agri-food, tourism and Covid 19-emergency. The initiative, coordinated by Sviluppumbria as part of the Innetwork Programme with the collaboration of the 3A Agrifood Park and promoted by the Umbria Region, aims to put those with innovative ideas - students, young innovators, start-ups and spin-offs - in contact with the local business system. An element of cross-pollination aims to promote ideas through crowdsourcing, with collaboration of companies and the many associations and institutions in the Umbria region that have joined #ReloadUmbria, including the Umbria Region, Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Perugia, Umbria Chamber of Commerce, ITS Umbria Academy - sponsors of the initiative - and the partner associations Assintel Umbria, Giovani Imprenditori Confapi Terni, Giovani Imprenditori Confindustria Umbria, Confartigianato Imprese Umbria, CNA Umbria, Giovani Imprenditori Confcommercio Umbria, Confesercenti Umbria, Umbria Business Group and SMARTR. The challenge, which will be promoted by all partner associations, will be launched through a digital platform in collaboration with the innovative start-up VGenLab. The projects will be evaluated by the companies and the best solutions selected will be sent for free mentoring and matching with local businesses. The objectives of the Challenge are to identify Open Innovation solutions in response to the challenges launched for the various sectors identified and to create business opportunities and collaborations in operational and/or technological terms, between the proposing solver and the companies potentially interested in implementing the proposed solutions.
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EIT Inno Energy

Through the 2021 investment cycle, EIT InnoEnergy is launching a call for companies that are working on an innovative project in one of the 8 thematic areas of the EIT community, namely: energy storage; smart and efficient buildings and cities; renewable energy; smart grids; energy efficiency; nuclear instrumentation; energy for the circular economy; energy for transport and mobility. Through a network of over 500 partners, EIT InnoEnergy is able to provide: Funding to help turn the project into reality; Support to identify market needs and potential customers; Reduced time to market, turning the prototype into a commercial product within five years; Access to over 500 project partners to support new product development. Proposals can be submitted by public and/or private consortia of any size that have a project for an innovative sustainable energy product or service. The consortium must be composed of three to seven European organisations from the industry and research sectors. There is no limitation on the size of the organisation. If the company applying for the project has no partners, InnoEnergy can try to bring together the necessary partners. Partners must come from at least 2 countries (exceptionally, also from outside the EU) and include at least one of the companies that will market the product or service. Participation as a partner of a research institute is not mandatory, but InnoEnergy encourages it. You do not need to be an EIT InnoEnergy partner to apply, but if your project is selected you must become one.
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