Targi Kielce has brought together representatives of start-ups and revolutionary ideas based enterprises. For them it has been the chance to become familiar with the ways to finance research and implementation
From 2014 to 2020 cutting-edge research and innovative technological solutions will enjoy European Union's support of over 77 million Euros. The programme insight was offered by the National PB EU Focal Point; detail were presented at "Your business in Europe", conference organized during the INNO-TECH EXPO. The European Union "Horizon 2020" program is the largest in EU's history agenda designed to support research and innovation. Its objective is to strengthen the EU's global scale competitiveness. It has merged the three previous programmes designed to boost R&D activities.
Its structure is based on three mutually reinforcing principles: excellent science, industrial leadership, social challenges.
Examples of H2020 issues include:
Horizon 2020 is a new approach for solving complex problems. Its priority is a stronger emphasis on innovations and social challenges.
The Horizon 2020 advantage - simplified access rules for companies, universities and institutions.