Idox Grants focus on European funding programs led to notable grant wins in The Netherlands
- Published: 08 March 2016
Idox Grants' focus in recent years on European funding programs has led to some notable grant wins in The Netherlands. One of the most distinctive wins was a substantial grant from the European Regional Development Fund for an innovative project from Vencer, creator of unique supercars. Vencer has developed a technique for a modular chassis which can be copied by many other sports car producers.
Applications for other European grants, for example the European Social Fund (100+ applications), LIFE+ and Horizon 2020, have also been very successful. Idox Grants attributes this success to the focus the company has placed on developing and expanding their knowledge of European funding programs which has resulted in numerous grant wins for innovative projects within The Netherlands.
Lack of knowledge
Idox Grants noticed that a lack of knowledge is one of the main reasons companies avoid European funding programs. An approach based on expertise and professional ability has shown itself to be the most successful way to gain the confidence of organisations to guide them in their European adventure.
To help establish Idox Grants as an authority in this area, they have undertaken a series of activities to share their knowledge and expertise with organisations both in the UK and Europe.
The Vencer grant was awarded on the 12th of February by the European Commission and they have showcased the Vencer project as a model project on the website www.op-oost.eu.
Idox Grants is delighted with this latest success which has encouraged them to build and develop upon their services, enabling them not only to provide support to organisations with their European applications but also to assist in building consortia, with the help of Idox’s international network.