New Call for Proposals for Start-Ups and SMEs in the Smart Cities sector
The EU-funded frontierCities 2 Accelerator launches a new Call for Proposals for Start-Ups and SMEs in the Smart Cities sector!
frontierCities2 has launched on 29th November 2017 the 2nd Open Call for its Market Acceleration Grants “MAG2”.
frontierCities 2 is offering up to € 75,000 equity free funding for start-ups and SMEs with already developed FIWARE-powered solutions/applications in the Smart Cities Sector. Selected Start-ups & SMEs will have the opportunity to receive tailored technical and commercial support to succeed in their Market take-up phase!
About the frontierCities 2 Accelerator
frontierCities2 represents a quantum leap in the scope, ambition and service in the Acceleration & Incubation of European Start-ups and SMEs using FIWARE Technology!
frontierCities2 builds on the powerful basis of the first edition of the frontierCities Accelerator (2014-2016), which created an exceptional geographical reach including 28 SMEs and start-ups who developed and trialled 28 smart mobility solutions in 45+ city environments across Europe!
Who can apply to MAG2? – Key Eligibility Criteria
1. MAG2 Grants are dedicated only to powered by FIWARE applications for the Smart Cities domain, already developed during earlier EU FI-PPP programmes (Phase 1 and 2) or during the FI-PPP Phase 3 - A16 acceleration programme.
2. Applicants must be start-ups or SMEs established in a EU Member State or H2020 Associated Country.
3. Applicants must prove that their powered by FIWARE Application has been piloted in real life environment, with a relevant number of users in collaboration with a city and/or corporate/industrial partner and/or other institutional entity and for a reasonable period of time (Simulations are not accepted).
How to apply:
The Application Form is available on fundingBox at http://frontiercities2.fundingbox.com/
Deadline for Applicants: Wednesday 31st January 2018 at 5 pm CET
The frontierCities2 Consortium comprises: New Frontier Services (Consortium leader), the FIWARE Foundation, the University of Surrey, the Smart Transportation Alliance, S3Transportation, Innova BIC, and H3B Media.