How your startup can receive Startup Europe’s Micro-Grants

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The team of 3D-Revoprint (Germany) used the Micro-Grant to attend one of Europe’s biggest tech events for startups, Slush in Helsinki. They were selected as one of the TOP 100 startups which gave them the opportunity to pitch in front of a huge audience.

Yottabyte (Croatia) was able to attend the EBAN Winter University 2015 in Copenhagen.  In the words of Krunoslav Hrnjak from Yottabyte

Attending the EBAN Winter 2015 thanks to the ePLus Micro-Grant was fundamental to make new contacts with potential partners and business angels. I am right now discussing a new project setup with one of the EBAN startup competition participant. For us it was a great opportunity to discover more about how business angels and joint venture capital behave and what they are looking for.

What are Startup Europe’s Micro-Grants all about?

Startup Europe’s Micro-Grants help startups to grow internationally. The Micro-Grants support the participation in relevant Startup Europe events, workshops, and use of local services in European regions/ecosystems other than the candidate’s base location, contributing towards the promotion and networking at a European level of startups and entrepreneurs with a high maturity level. Winners receive a Micro-Grant covering travel and accommodation expenses of up to 1.000€.

The above testimonials of startups which made use of the Micro-Grant during the first round underline the great value this tool can have for scaling up your startup.

How to receive a Micro-Grant? – Current and upcoming calls

All you need to do is to select one of the offers listed and submit a short application via F6S. The current open call closes by January 30th 2016. Learn more about the guidelines and the selected events for the current round.

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