Open Calls for Startups
Applications for European Data Incubator
are now closed.
Thank you to the 208 startups that applied for the final round of our incubation programme!
THREE WAYS TO APPLY
There are 3 ways to take part in European Data Incubator – check them out:
Pick one of our ‘ready-made’ challenges, where the challenge, data sets and data providers are all pre-defined by us, ready for you to solve!
Applying to EDI incubator is simple, you just need to take a look at our guidelines document.
Here you’ll find a calendar of the project stages, how to submit your proposal, information about EDI services, and more.
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?
A dedicated coach from the Deusto Entrepreneurship Centre, DeustoTech or etventure Startup Hub
Training on state-of-the-art Big Data tools by University of Deusto and Engineering
Major visibility for your start-up as part of the Big Data Value PPP European initiative.
A technical infrastructure using FIWARE Lab providing a free Cloud based scalable Big Data tools stack.
Connection with top Big-Data startups from all over Europe participating in the programme.
Access to data providers to discuss and improve your product while reaching agreements for future exploitation.
Training on soft-skills and on fundraising by etventure Startup Hub, Deusto Entrepreneurship Centre and Zabala Innovation Consulting.
And yes… up to €100,000 equity-free funding.
HOW IT WORKS
EDI is a three-phase incubation programme: Explore, Experiment, Evolve.
EDI OPEN CALL 2020 WEBINAR
SME/start-up legally established in one of the eligible countries described below.
They must fulfill these criteria:
- Headcount in Annual Work Unit (AWU) less than 250.
- Annual turnover less or equal to €50 million or annual balance sheet total, less or equal to €43 million.
Only one proposal per SME is allowed.
Group of individuals
When there is not a constituted SME, the applicants could be a group between 2 to 4 individuals legally established in one of the eligible countries as describe below. A written commitment to have set up a legally registered SME if reaching the second phase of the incubation (the “Experiment” phase) will be required.
Only applicants legally established, and working, in the case of the individuals, in any of the following countries will be eligible:
- The Member States (MS) of the European Union (EU), including their outermost regions;
- The Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT) linked to the Member States;
- H2020 Associated countries: according to the updated list published by the EC at http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h2020/grants_manual/hi/3cpart/h2020-hi-list-ac_en.pdf