Armenian startups get support to become part of HORIZON2020 SME Instrument

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26-09-2018

Armenian startups get support to become part of HORIZON2020 SME Instrument

EU-SMEDA project has been supporting Armenian innovative startups to apply for and become part of the EU's HORIZON 2020 SME Instrument. The presented video sums up the activities of the project in this regard and highlights important information for the future applicants. Moreover, you will learn about a successful Armenian IOT company - Grovf, that has applied to the programme and received a Seal of Excellence for the 1st application and became a Winner of HORZION 2020 SME Instrument grant after the second trial being not only the first Armenian company with this award but also the whole South Caucasus Region!

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