The report provides an overview of last year’s activities and successes for each of our programmes and services (Eurostars, Innowwide, Clusters, Network projects, Globalstars, investment readiness, the expert database and PRO-Ethics). Key statistics for 2022 are given and potential developments in 2023 are described.
Eureka is the world’s biggest public network for international cooperation in R&D and innovation, present in over 47 countries. Eureka was established in 1985 as an agreement between 18 countries and the European Commission to foster competitiveness and market integration and to encourage R&D cooperation.
Since then, they have expanded to include 47 countries (in Europe and beyond) who share the same goals and provide national funding to organisations who apply through our programmes.
Over the years, they have tailored programmes to best support international industry-led R&D. These offer flexibility for international partners (Network projects and Globalstars), encourage mixed consortia with large companies (Clusters), allow SMEs to aim higher (Eurostars), support research and business ventures in new markets (Innowwide) and drive companies towards private investment (investment readiness).