In Transit – Strengthening the resilience of textile, aerospace, and construction SMEs to transition towards greener and more digital sectors with social and business innovation
Program: Horizon Europe
Participation of AEI TÈXTILS: Partner. Consortium led by ATEVAL (Valencia, Spain). Other partners of the consortium: CSS (Slovenia), CORALLIA (Greece), CTA (Spain), TUS (Ireland), POLIMI (Italy), SPG (Austria), IRT Jules Verne (France) and PRODUTECH (Portugal)
Start date: December 2022
End date: November 2025
In Transit aims to promote the resilience of SMEs in the textile, aerospace and construction sectors by making them greener and more digital with a social and business model. This is coupled with a mixed support mechanism that includes individual assessment support, financial support and advice to ensure consolidation and sustainability. The project aims to support the main objectives of the European Green Deal and the EU SME Strategy.
The project will launch several calls for grants for SMEs to promote their acceleration:
- “Innovate” calls: focused on a green transition acceleration support by intermediating individual and collective coaching and services. The objective is to provide services to 100 companies with this instrument.
- “Develop” calls: focused on comprehensive support including financial support of up to €49k non-refundable and coaching support. The objective is to finance 60 companies with a total of €3M in cascade funding.
In addition, the In Transit project will organise several events to facilitate proposal generation and cross-sector collaboration, including the launch of travel vouchers for participation.
The role of AEI Tèxtils is to facilitate the support of communication and dissemination activities and maximise promotional opportunities throughout the duration of the In Transit project.
More information: https://intransitproject.eu/
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