EUROSTARS projects are a transnational technology cooperation instrument to promote market-oriented technology actions.

EUROSTARS promotes innovation management, especially aimed at those R&D intensive companies with collaboratively applied R&D projects. The R&D must represent a step forward compared with the state of the art and the bottom-up approach stimulates international collaborative research and innovation projects that will be rapidly commercialised. Participation in a Eurostars project can become a passport to growth, further innovation, an opening to new global markets and even greater business success.

Eurostars is a joint programme from EUREKA and the European Commission, co-funded from the national budgets of 36 Eurostars Participating States and Partner Countries and by the European Union through Horizon 2020. The international certification is carried out through delegated organisations in each country and EUROSTARS virtual platform has become a strategic source of information for technology intelligence.

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