A boost for French innovation | Bpifrance provides strong support for France’s entrepreneurs

A boost for French innovation | Bpifrance provides strong support for France’s entrepreneurs
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French public investment bank Bpifrance supports innovative businesses, particularly small and medium-sized enterprises. In October 2017, the European Investment Bank concluded its 3rd guarantee agreement with Bpifrance. This provides a further €600 million of financing for 2017-19, giving a fresh boost to French innovation. On 12 October 2017, the European Investment Bank (EIB) concluded its 3rd guarantee agreement with Bpifrance The EIB renewed its guarantee for 2 key innovation-funding tools, allowing Bpifrance to increase its financing capacity €400 million of additional financing was made available for the Bpifrance innovation loan An envelope worth €200 million was provided for the seed capital loan More than 4,700 EU-backed loans and guarantees will thus be granted to innovative companies in France

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 A textile revolution |  Laboratories and companies work together on the textiles of tomorrow
Countries
Hauts-de-France
Time frame
2013 to 2020
EU contribution
€5 000 000
'Golden Road' History Park gives a boost to tourism on the Czech/German border
Countries
Czech Republic, Germany
Time frame
2009 to 2013
EU contribution
€2 948 575
'Kleinste Fabrik der Welt' (smallest factory in the world) produces environmentally-friendly homes
Countries
Austria
Time frame
2008 to 2010
EU contribution
€377 900
'Let’s Clean the Water' in Slovenia
Countries
Slovenia
Time frame
2011 to 2013
EU contribution
€100 745

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Countries
Romania
Time frame
2013 to 2015
EU contribution
€270 237
'Urban Business Hub' - addressing local social needs in Brussels
Countries
Belgium
Time frame
2007 to 2017
EU contribution
€10 778 274
'Village goodies' in Lithuania
Countries
Lithuania
Time frame
2014 to 2015
EU contribution
€28 107
0.05 mm: a new accuracy standard for industrial robots
Countries
United Kingdom
Time frame
2010 to 2013
EU contribution
€5 300 000
100 additional training places for young people with disabilities
Countries
Germany
Time frame
2006 to 2015
EU contribution
€25 200 000

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