Strategy workshops: Benefits of funding and open innovation
Through our workshops we challenge companies to rethink their strategy towards open innovation and public funding. The workshops show a route to new business, help to speed up innovation and access new expertise. With our agile start-up mentality, we endorse you to come up with new multi-party project ideas and provide tools to select the most suitable one for you.
Focused Public Funding Strategy Workshop
In the R&D&I strategy workshops our clients gain an understanding into the funding opportunities available, such as the EU Horizon 2020, the type of projects that can be applied for and why one should apply. We provide unmatched insight into the latest EU and national grant opportunities that match your organisation’s specific needs, helping you to define an optimal role for public funding in your R&D&I strategy. The aim is also to identify and select the right instruments and topics that fit best your R&D strategy as well as discuss concrete project ideas and creating extensive abstracts for potential projects.
Open Innovation Strategy workshop
This workshop aims for strategy co-creation; how companies can create ideas with the help of other institutions. The result from the workshop is an executive summary for projects that can be implemented right away. If you want to align the internal discussion on R&D&I projects, external partners and funding, Spinverse workshops are the right fit for you. Our top executives and experts with extensive industrial experience challenge your organisation to think beyond your normal R&D cycle.
Targets of workshops:
- Increase the understanding and value of open innovation ecosystems & public funding
- Gain insight into the funding opportunities available and the type of projects to be applied for
- Understand why and how you should apply
- Identify and select the right instruments and topics that fit best your R&D&I strategy
- Discuss concrete project ideas and create extensive abstracts for potential projects
Could our Strategy Workshops boost your R&D&I?