SMEs or medium-sized companies, which have received support from the EU within the innovation actions below the I4MS umbrella, can apply for the prizes until September 9, 2019
BARCELONA, Spain, May 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The I4MS initiative, a European community supporting SMEs and startups in the field of manufacturing, launches the second edition of the Disruptors Awards to support excellence and innovation within small companies or medium-sized companies, in relation to the integration of ICT technologies.
SMEs or medium-sized companies that have received support from the European Union within the I4MS initiative can apply for the award until September 9 of this year. Those interested can apply through the online form [https://i4ms-disruptors-awards-second-open-call.fundingbox.com/signin] in the www.I4MS.eu [http://www.i4ms.eu/].
The awards: Business projection and support for innovation
The awards will recognize the effort and focus of SMEs in relation to the digital transformation as a way to grow, creating an alive EU ecosystem of EU SMEs that could compete in a globalized and digital world.
The winner of the second edition of the Disruptive Awards will receive the following advantages to enhance their performance:
-- Taylor-made offline and online visibility packages during the Mobile
World Congress 2020 provided by Mobile World Capital
-- A visibility package which includes the promotion of the experiments and
the winning SMEs or midcap
-- Half-day of consultancy services offered by the Danish Technological
Institute and the Manufacturing Academy of Denmark
-- Benefit from the I4MS Acceleration services to speed-up business
innovation and make business potential grow
-- Participate in the Disruptors Awards Ceremony at the Stakeholders Forum
in Madrid in November 2019. I4MS will carry with expenses regarding
plane ticket and accommodation for one person to facilitate networking
at the highest EU level
The first edition a great success
The first edition of the awards received 24 applications from 5 different countries. Compass [http://www.compassis.com/compass], an SME located in Barcelona, was finally the winner. The company provided simulation software for a variety of engineering fields, including multiphysics simulations and structural analysis and sea management under vertical HPC. Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, and the Polish Minister of Technology, Jadwiga Emilewicz, were in charge of presenting the prize to Compass at the Annual Event of Digital Innovation Centers in Warsaw.
I4MS (ICT Innovation for Manufacturing SMEs) is a European initiative that supports manufacturing SMEs and the media in the widespread use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in their business operations.
I4MS is financed by the Factories of the Future Program and H2020 and coordinated by the Mobile World Capital Barcelona Foundation, FundingBox Accelerator, Foreningen MADE, the Danish Technological Institute, the FIWARE EV Foundation and the Galician Innovation Institute.
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More information: http://i4ms.eu/about/disruptor-awards [http://i4ms.eu/about/disruptor-awards]
Juan Antonio Pavón Losada
Communication Executive en Mobile World Capital Barcelona
Web site: https://mobileworldcapital.com//