INCATE announces new partnership with EIC
| by Helena Costa Pereira
INCATE is happy to announce that we are now proud members of a network of organizations offering a set of services, infrastructure and expertise to the 6000+ innovations backed by the European Innovation Council (EIC).
The EIC Corporate Partnership Programme aims to facilitate business collaboration between EIC beneficiaries and European corporates. This programme launches recurrent calls for EIC beneficiaries to respond to challenges of the largest corporations in Europe.
EIC beneficiaries selected in those calls have access to a comprehensive set of business acceleration services, including coaching, training, pitchings, matchmaking and networking with the involvement of high decision-makers of the corporations with the objective of maximizing the possibilities for business creation.
Since 2017, the EIC Corporate Partnership Programme has proven its concept by organising more than 65 activities with +100 of the largest corporations in Europe.
INCATE is a not-for-profit partnership which brings together translational and basic research, industry, experienced entrepreneurs and investors from across Europe and beyond. The German Center for Infection Research (DZIF), the research association InfectControl in Germany, the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research AntiResist, the University of Basel and the Leibniz-HKI are the academic founding members of INCATE with the University of Basel as virtual host. Together with the four industry partners Boehringer Ingelheim, Roche, Shionogi and MSD as well as other organizations, funders and investors, INCATE want to ensure that the pipeline of new antibiotics and diagnostics is filled and strengthened.
The EIC Community platform is the place where we welcome all EIC-funded organisations, and other innovation stakeholders, to boost your business and network. Here, you will find different services to address your needs and support your scale-up journey, such as exclusive matchmaking events with corporates and investors, trainings, bootcamps and workshops, and access to the most relevant stakeholders in the European innovation ecosystem.