A total of 753 short applications have been submitted to the Swiss Accelerator by the 10th of May 2022,as the Swiss funding agency Innosuisse just announced.

 

The start-ups and SMEs requested on average 1.85 million CHF for the realisation of their high risk/high potential innovation projects.

 

With 35% of all applications, Life Sciences were the most popular topic, followed by ICT (25%) and Energy & Environment (15%).

 

Over the summer, the short applications will be evaluated and around 100 applicants will be invited to submit full proposals. At the moment, both deadline and content of the full proposal are not clear, yet. Overall, the Swiss Accelerator has a budget of CHF 86 million, meaning that approx. 40-50 innovative projects will be funded in the end. 

 

For more information, please check the official programme website: Innosuisse - Swiss Accelerator


Are you interested in funding for innovative start-ups and would like to find out more?

Or have you already submitted a short application for the Swiss Accelerator and are now looking for concrete support with your full proposal? Feel free to contact us.


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Stefan Durm

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I have been successfully involved in international projects for about 10 years. I have designed and coordinated international research consortia as well as (co-)developed and successfully implemented more than 50 business plans for highly innovative deep-tech start-ups. To keep sharpening my knowledge, I am a founding member of the European Association of Innovation Consultants (EAIC) and represent EurA there.This makes me a very good first point of contact for questions about international funding projects.
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