The BioBase4SME project, co-financed by Europe’s Interreg NWE programme, is now providing start-up companies working in the bioeconomy with €7,000 worth of specialist training, fully funded by the project. An intensive, week-long Innovation Biocamp will give these companies the tools they need to commercialise their idea and grow their company. The training culminates in a live pitch to investors. Read More
The BioBase4SME project (co-financed by Interreg NWE), offering bio-innovation support for SMEs, herewith proudly announces its Natural Fibertastic Workshop hosted at the Natural Fiber Application Center (NAC, The Netherlands) on April 5th, 2017.
The theme of the day is natural fiber application development focusing on thermoplastic composites. Delegates will benefit from an update on application advances, inspiration for new developments and gain experience from knowledge exchange between entrepreneurs through networking in a first-class atmosphere. The workshop will be a good opportunity to learn about the services NAC offers and how they can be accessed by SMEs via fully funded BioBase4SME Innovation Coupons worth 4000 €. Read More
On Tuesday 31 January 2017, the workshop entitled ‘New Solutions for Biobased Painting’ will take place at the UniLaSalle campus in Rouen, France.
This workshop will be an opportunity to have a look at what is new in bio-based paint. Read More
BioBase4SME offers Bio-Innovation Support for Entrepreneurs throughout North-West Europe. One of the main pillars of this support is coaching, mentoring and training of young and ambitious start-ups and SMEs with the aim to bring their bio-innovations closer to the market.
BioBase4SME proudly announces the successful pitches of Flemish SMEs Avecom and Millibeter at the EFIBPitchFest 2016! Read More
On September 29th, 2016 the first BioBase4SME workshop was held in Bergen-op-Zoom in The Netherlands. The 7th Biobased Delta Business Development Day attracted over 150 SMEs and professionals, active in the Biobased Economy. Watch our 'AFTER MOVIE' here. Read More
The European Commission has launched through its INTERREG NWE Programme a three-year project “BioBase4SME” to further support the development of the biobased economy in North West Europe (NWE). The €5.83 million project will help start-ups and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to overcome technological and non-technological barriers on their path to turn biobased research into commercial innovation. BioBase4SME offers training, innovation biocamps, workshops and innovation coupons worth up to €100.000. The BioBase4SME partnership includes eight organisations from six different countries. Read More