Pre-qualification notice: National Secretary of the EIT Community RIS Hub in Latvia

The support that is required and requested should cover the following areas and tasks. All tasks will be in full coordination with the EIT Urban Mobility (as Contracting Authority) and the EIT Community RIS Steering Committee to ensure strategic fit and alignment of the selected Contractor, activities, timing, and execution.

The National Secretary’s tasks are defined in the Minimum Standards and Guiding Principles for the EIT RIS Hubs, published in September 2022 and shall be used to measure the successful operation of the National Secretary. (see Annex 3)

The National Secretary will act independently of any EIT KIC, and at the same time will represent all the KICs to ensure impartiality and avoid conflict of interests.

The detailed list of tasks and objectives are listed in the sub-sections below.

Internal communication and coordination (National Secretary, RIS Hub Community members and EIT KIC offices)

  • Develop a good understanding of the EIT model and keep up to date with the KICs activities.
  • Form good working relations with all EIT Community RIS Hub Community members, and other EIT KIC offices present in the same ecosystem both nationally and regionally.
  • In consultation with the EIT Community RIS Hub Community members, and other EIT KIC offices present in the same ecosystem, establish a smooth and efficient working method which limits the administrative burden on the EIT Community RIS Hub Community members, and other EIT KIC offices, while supporting their minimum functions.
  • Design an appropriate work method and necessary tools for information sharing / coordination to facilitate continuous information exchange between the Hub Community members, EIT RIS Hubs and other EIT KIC offices present in the same ecosystem both nationally and regionally.

Physical space

  • Set up and maintain a physical space, in a city accepted by the EIT Community Strategic Regional Innovation Cluster and the EIT, after having consulted with the national authorities, where local stakeholders, including EIT National Contact Points (NCPs), can physically, walk-in to obtain information on, as well as gain access to the EIT Community, while additionally, aiding with the EIT’s on-the-ground visibility and branding.

In the tendering stage of the procedure, pre-qualified applicants will be requested to share their ideas about the physical space of the National Secretary’s office – including a cost estimate – in their offer.

The EIT Community Strategic Regional Innovation Cluster can decide to use the offered option or to suggest hosting for the EIT Community Hub, if a better option is given.

Communication and dissemination

  • The National Secretary serves as a centralised contact gateway for local stakeholders to the EIT Community as a whole, and refers stakeholders to contact persons within other relevant EIT KICs, best suited to support their needs;
  • Collect information to share through applicable channels related the EIT KICs’ activities, events, results and opportunities of interest to local stakeholders with a view to their dissemination internally and externally;
  • Coordinate and support the EIT RIS Hubs local joint communication efforts, including by: managing and updating the EIT Community RIS Hub website, in the local language, with information on EIT Community activities and opportunities, including dedicated sections targeted towards specific stakeholders, including, students, start-ups, national authorities and so on; facilitating the organisation of EIT Community awareness-raising events, including possible open days within the context of INNOVEIT (the EIT’s annual innovation forum), and coordinating and supporting the participation of EIT Community representatives in relevant national events;

Financial sustainability

  • Coordinate the collection of local funding opportunities and relevant key national events and bring these to the attention to the local Hub Community members, EIT RIS Hubs and other EIT KIC offices.
  • Scout for and recommend to the EIT KICs opportunities to implement joint projects financed through other EU / national / regional funds including the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) and Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA III);
  • Contribute to, support and where appropriate, with the agreements of the EIT KICs, lead any horizontal exploratory efforts towards securing co-funding opportunities, including securing meetings with relevant national / regional authorities and facilitate the preparation for the submission of joint proposals for national / regional funding in case of general EIT Community actions;

Stakeholder engagement

  • To the greatest extent possible, ensure a coordinated approach amongst the EIT KICs’ RIS Hubs towards national authorities including relevant NCPs and Managing Authorities.
  • Identify the need for and facilitating the implementation of shared services for Hub members with a view to improve efficiency.
  • Suggest and support, including, where appropriate and with the agreement of the EIT KICs, lead, the implementation of possible joint activities amongst the EIT KICs, to be implemented nationally and / or regionally, aligned with relevant RIS3 priorities.

Local intelligence gathering

  • At the request of the EIT KICs, support any necessary updating of the local country‐specific roadmap and support with its implementation, as appropriate.
  • Upon request, provide support, additional to that already offered by the EIT RIS Hubs, to the EIT and the EIT KICs with navigating the local innovation landscape, including by contributing to the development of EIT maps / ecosystem mapping.

Other tasks

  • Any other tasks mandated by the EIT Management which, in principle, supports the EIT RIS Hubs to contribute to the achievement of the EIT’s Objectives and implementation of its Strategy and Annual work programmes.

All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the pre-qualification notice document

To apply, please complete the pre-qualification notice application form

Deadline for submissions: 3 April 2023 at 16:00 Central European Time.

Request for Proposals: Media relations support

EIT Urban Mobility is launching an active media strategy, which includes the identification of relevant journalists across the EU, dissemination of information, proactive negotiation of interviews and articles as well as building relations through the organisation of press trips, and aligned with the local activities of the five Innovation Hubs. In 2022, around 2500 clippings were achieved, with several interviews and by-lines published across top tier-1 and sectorial media.

The overall media communication objectives of EIT Urban Mobility are:

  • Raising awareness of the need for more sustainable, inclusive, and innovative urban mobility in Europe.
  • Brand reputation: Placing EIT Urban Mobility as THE reference on urban mobility.
  • Leads: Strengthening relationships and bringing EIT Urban Mobility and its projects visibility to new stakeholders.

The specific objective of this service request is aimed at supporting media relations campaigns for the headquarters of EIT Urban Mobility. For information, EIT Urban Mobility has five regional offices (so-called Innovation Hubs) spread in Europe, and they will be doing their own media relations in line with their own objectives. This request is only aimed at supporting specific media campaigns of EIT Urban Mobility’s headquarters.

The main purpose of this request is the coordination and delivery of pan-European and regional press releases and media relations (on indicated markets plus in general EU media), with the objective to develop a strong network of key journalists supporting EIT Urban mobility. More specifically this includes:

  • Follow-up of five press releases – key countries for 2023 are: Czech Republic, Denmark, “EU Bubble”, France, Germany, Poland, Romania, the Netherlands, Sweden, Spain
  • One press breakfast or high visibility press activity with EU media for EIT Urban Mobility CEO. The trip to Brussels for the CEO is covered separately by EIT Urban Mobility.
  • Two press trips: (i) two journalists in Germany (Cologne for the PolisMobility event) from a neighbouring countries like Netherlands, Austria, Belgium, or other cities in Germany and (ii) six journalists to Tomorrow.Mobility World Congress in Spain (Barcelona). The tentative origin countries of the journalists are Germany, France, Denmark, Czech Republic, Poland, EU Bubble.
  • One opinion piece by the CEO of EIT Urban Mobility, to be published in November 2023 with the Tomorrow.Mobility World Congress event, across three countries in the EU in top tier-1 or sectorial media. The opinion piece will be drafted and translated by EIT Urban Mobility. Recommendations and advice from the provider will be welcomed.

To be noted that these actions are planned in accordance with the current yearly activity plan of EIT Urban Mobility and some activities are subject to change. Yet, the Tomorrow.Mobility World Congress event in Barcelona, as EIT Urban Mobility’s flagship event of the year, will concentrate most of the efforts planned in this request for services.

At no point, the provider will have to deal with the logistical part of the event.

All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the Request for Proposals.

EXTENDED deadline for submissions: 20 March 2023 at 16:00 Central European Time.

Call for Expressions of Interest: Funding services partners

EIT Urban Mobility appoints ‘’funding services partners’’ to support the drafting of proposals for EU funded projects for EIT Urban Mobility’s partners. The scope will mainly include, but is not limited to, the following EU funding programmes: Interreg, CEF, EIC and selected EIB schemes, such as ELENA. All activities aimed at creating consortia and developing proposals to Horizon Europe calls are with the Action and Impact Groups from the Innovation programme, and will not be subject to revenue-sharing mechanisms.  

The main aim of this work is to establish business partnerships to develop the EIT Urban Mobility funding services, based on submissions of proposals to public funding instruments and establish revenue-sharing mechanisms between EIT Urban Mobility funding services partners and EIT Urban Mobility. Skills, professional experience, and expertise linked to any of EIT Urban Mobility’s priorities are essential.

All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the call for Expressions of Interest.

To apply, send a completed Expression of Interest form + CV to procurement@eiturbanmobility.eu with subject [Application for funding services partners]

Deadline for submissions: 28 March 2023 at 23:59 Central European Time.

Request for Proposals: Development of industry RAPTOR model

EIT Urban Mobility aims to identify (a) contractor/s to expand the Rapid Applications for Transport (RAPTOR) model beyond our cities approach and develop an industrial RAPTOR model.

The contractor/s will develop the industrial variant of the RAPTOR model and design the large industry engagement strategy. The contractor/s will be responsible both for the strategic plan and its actual delivery in a pilot test. This will include canvassing and recruiting a minimum of two-three industry sponsors to test the model. The contractor/s should be located within the RIS countries and primarily work within the region. The funding allocation for the request for proposals is provided by the RIS innovation funding mechanism. The lead contractor and EIT Urban Mobility will work closely together to implement design, and validate the industrial RAPTOR variant framework. By the end of the contract, EIT Urban Mobility should have a tested and approved model for future industry upscaling from 2024 onwards.

Over a period of nine months, the contractor/s will support EIT Urban Mobility to define industry challenges, promote the Industry RAPTOR call and evaluate and select three innovative start-ups/SMEs that each address one of three industry-sponsored niche urban mobility challenges. The start-ups/SMEs will pilot and demonstrate their solution supported by a cash award provided by the responsible industry sponsor. EIT Urban Mobility and the contractor/s will provide tailored mentorship and pilot coaching for the SME/start-up winners.

The contractor/s must secure the active involvement and support of two to three industry sponsors from RIS countries to commit monetary and in-kind resources to support three start-ups/SMEs in the development and demonstration of their solutions. The industry sponsors will have to secure €30 000 per start-up/SME as their co-funding support (€90 000 for three start-ups/SMEs in total).

The outcomes of this request for proposals will be a) provide a validated Industry RAPTOR framework, b) provide a minimum of two EIT core Innovation KPIs – either marketed innovation or start-up created of/for innovation, and c) propose a financial sustainability mechanism suitable to the industrial RAPTOR model.

All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the Request for Proposals.

When submitting your proposal, please complete this template.

Deadline for submissions: 23 March 2023 at 16:00 Central European Time.

Request for Proposals: Partners onboarding service

EIT Urban Mobility and the other eight Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs) are delivering their innovative solutions together with different actors (e.g. SMEs, universities, research institutions, public entities, local/regional/national authorities, etc.), who receive financial support through subgrants to implement the awarded activities. All KICs will need to ensure that the entities receiving their subgrants are eligible and comply with the minimum requirements set also for beneficiaries of Horizon Europe grants.

According to the new grant management framework, KICs will be responsible for the eligibility check of all entities receiving an EIT subgrant. This major change encouraged all KICs to cooperate in a EIT Community initiative supervised by the EIT and with the EIT Urban Mobility KIC as coordinator, in order to provide a unique “partner onboarding service” in charge of the eligibility check of all entities receiving a EIT subgrant.

The eligibility check of the entities receiving financial support from all nine KICs will ensure that entities can carry out the tasks part of the subgrant agreement, according to the provisions requested by EIT.

According to this, the “Partner onboarding service” should be provided by a single provider or by a consortium able to perform a full eligibility check to all entities receiving an EIT subgrant and ensure the maintenance of an existing IT database, for the storage of the entities’ supporting document and for the access and exchange of the information among KICs and Partner onboarding service.

All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the Request for Proposals.

Deadline for submissions: EXTENDED! New deadline: 29 March 2023 at 16:00 Central European Time.

Request for Proposals: Acceleration services provider for the New European Bauhaus Booster 2.0

By the present procurement procedure, EIT Urban Mobility is aiming to identify a provider to provide acceleration services within the EIT Community New European Bauhaus initiative (hereinafter NEB). The service provider will have to deliver training packages for a total of 20 start-ups and scale-ups on traction and go-to-market strategies and financing aspects.

NEB Booster 2.0 – Strategic focus and programme structure

NEB Booster 2.0 will select start-ups integrating simultaneously the three core values of the NEB in their operations, products and services. Hence, we are expecting start-ups that:

  • Address sustainability in the shape of mitigating or adapting to climate change, supporting sustainable transport, manufacturing and/or agri-food uses, as well as encouraging circular economy.
  • Originate their product or service from social demand responding to the need of a specific social group in a local/regional/national/European context and addressing one or more NEB challenges.
  • Have a designer in the team or provide for aesthetics or quality of experience within the conception of their solution.

The NEB Booster 2.0 programme aims to provide NEB and Business & Entrepreneurship support to those start-ups with a clear concept, product or vision that could benefit from the EIT Community contribution.

The NEB Booster 2.0 training is structured as follows:

Phase 1 – duration: ~ 3 months

Business & Entrepreneurship pillar: Assessment & Analysis:

  • GAP analysis – comparing current performance with desired/expected performance.
  • Acceleration and mentorship planning.
  • Business Model Assessment.

NEB Pillar: NEB core principles and values:

  • Assessment and assignment of NEB mentorship needed.
  • NEB impact analysis.
  • Improvement analysis report.

Communication, networking and events:

  • Cohort kick-off event and networking.
  • Networking session with marketing/branding consultant.
  • External communication – Publications to boost start-up online presence.
  • Invite to NEB and KIC events of season.

Phase 2 – duration: ~ 2 months

Business & Entrepreneurship pillar: Traction and go-to-market strategies:

  • Stakeholders and prospects matching.
  • Go-to-market strategy.
  • Conversion and pipeline strategy.
  • Leadership coaching.
  • Scalability analysis.

NEB Pillar: NEB scalability:

  • Growth for NEB focused initiatives.
  • NEB future trends and initiatives.

Communication, networking and events:

  • Invite to NEB and KIC events of season.     
  • Networking session with stakeholders and prospects.

Phase 3 – duration: ~ 2 months

Business & Entrepreneurship pillar- Financing:

  • Stage-based funding and dilution.
  • Funding instruments and models.
  • Investor mindset.
  • Financial modelling.
  • Pitch training.

NEB pillar – Impact based investing:

  • Impact based analysis.
  • Impact based funding.

Communication, networking and events:

  • Present in front of investors.
  • Invite to NEB and KIC events of season.
  • Cohort closing event and networking.
  • End of programme external communication.

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The proposal and the scope of work to be presented should demonstrate the supplier’s ability to support EIT Urban Mobility tasks within the NEB Booster 2.0 acceleration plan, specifically for phase 2 and post-evaluation of the entire programme.

This includes but is not limited to:

Phase 2 – duration: ~ 2 month (September to October 2023 approx)

Business & Entrepreneurship pillar: Traction and go-to-market strategies:

  • Go-to-market strategy.
  • Conversion and pipeline strategy.
  • Leadership coaching.
  • Scalability analysis.

The activities mentioned above will have to be deployed in the form of meetings, workshops, training sessions and/or events that will be carried online and/or in person. The acceleration services will have to be offered both to the whole cohort of 20 start-ups and scale-ups as well as bespoke support (individualised sessions) to each one of the supported companies.

The work also includes:

  • Gathering follow-up feedback from the 20 supported companies for a total of three months after the acceleration services are delivered (end March 2024). The feedback to be gathered is for the entire NEB Booster 2.0 activities and not only for the trainings and mentoring delivered by the provider.
  • Coordinating EIT Community NEB in charge of the NEB Booster 2.0 to align with the other pillars and phases. Includes the type of feedback and methodology to gather feedback from the 20 supported companies about the services received throughout the whole NEB Booster 2.0.
  • Propose to the NEB EIT Community concrete actions to improve the NEB Booster 2.0 programme in the following batch of participants, based on the collected feedback. This includes improvements in structure, agenda, content, speakers and mentors.
  • Having regular meetings with the EIT Urban Mobility point of contact for KIC initiatives and coordinate with the whole EIT Community NEB in charge of the NEB Booster 2.0.
  • Preparing and/or providing support in the preparation of reporting documents including deliverables.
  • It may include traveling if necessary for physical meetings or workshops.

The proposal presented should provide a plan of support, including the approach, structure and timings.

All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the Request for Proposals.

Deadline for submissions: 27 March 2023 at 16:00 Central European Time.

Request for Proposals: HR Consulting services (Amsterdam)

By the present procurement procedure, the EIT Urban Mobility Innovation Hub West B.V is aiming to identify an agency that will allocate an expert to perform work under EIT Urban Mobility management and supervision.

All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the Request for Proposals.

Deadline for submissions: 1 March 2023 at 16:00 Central European Time.

Request for Proposals: Event planner

EIT Urban Mobility is seeking professional support for the planning, organisation and execution of our events and those of third parties where EIT Urban Mobility is participating. EIT Urban Mobility organises and takes part in many events and additional strategic, operational and administrative support is needed.

We have events all year round. To ensure a high quality and timely delivery of the planned work, we seek for additional support of an Events professional. Until May 2023 the support would be to cover the maternity leave of our Events Manager and after this period there is a need of approximately 20 hours per week. The workload may differ depending on the period and the events to be prepared. An expected peek of work with a more intensive workload is expected in the months prior and during our flagship event Tomorrow.Mobility World Congress, which takes place in November.

Events are key for EIT Urban Mobility to support the achievement of strategic objectives and to generate more impact. Some of the goals that we aim at reaching when organising events and actively participating at third party events are the following:

  • Raising brand awareness and brand recognition
  • Expanding our network
  • Exchanging with experts and gather knowledge for the community
  • Facilitating networking among EIT Urban Mobility partners, Innovation Hubs and with the wider urban mobility ecosystem
  • Engaging with new/potential partners
  • Enhancing collaborations with selected geographies and target audiences
  • Providing support and benefits to existing partners
  • Connecting with key players in Europe
  • Engaging with relevant mobility and sustainability trade press in Europe
  • Strengthening relations with the local media
  • Becoming and being recognised as the largest European community in urban mobility
  • Positioning EIT Urban Mobility as a trusted source of information and reliable partner in urban mobility.

The tasks envisioned to be requested to the Event Planner cover supporting EIT Urban Mobility in the organisation of physical and digital events, such as conferences, workshops, networking sessions, info days, exhibitions, award ceremonies, press conferences and training sessions. Events may take place online, face to face or as a hybrid of both.

The required services will range from event strategy and concept development, event management, organisation and implementation and internal coordination and budget management, to handling different logistical aspects, such as catering, travel arrangements, speakers’ management and onsite assistance.

All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the Request for Proposals.

Deadline for submissions: 2 March 2023 at 16:00 Central European Time.

Request for Proposals: Audio-visual support

EIT Urban Mobility is looking for a service provider to provide audio-visual support to our organisation to help us maximise the impact of our actions in our external communication channels (including website, social media, mailings, and assistance in events).

The selected company will be requested to provide the following support:

Work package 1:

  • Production of six videoblogs per year. Videoblogs are mainly 10-minute interviews with influencers. Its duration is about 10-15 minutes, and it may include VTRs and can be recorded in chroma keys. The result should be edited and subtitled.
  • Storytelling and storyboard.
  • Scripts and technical support in the implementation of audio-visual production.
  • Production of corporate videos, including editing, subtitling, musicalization, etc.
  • Provide holography and chroma key productions, including the design of virtual studios.

Work package 2:

  • Provide Audio Visual equipment to support EIT UM in events, recording of interviews and any other corporate AV video needs.
  • Once a year we celebrate our flagship event,  Tomorrow.Mobility World Congress (TMWC), which has a duration of three days. During the three days we would need live recording at TMWC, including amongst others interviews and covering the exhibition area.
  • Onsite audio-visual support at events held in Barcelona, Spain, and in other countries in in Europe, which may include recording of interviews with speakers, with partners, of our booth, the exposition area, etc. 
  • Provide streaming systems for both online and broadcasted audio-visual content.

The service provider needs to have proficiency-level of English both written and spoken. 

The supplier will handle the shooting and the editing of the video(s), considering all the branding requirements of EIT Urban Mobility (title, lower thirds, logo, summary slide, etc.). Therefore, EIT Urban Mobility will send before the post-production a Branding Pack detailing all the graphic elements to include in each video.

All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the Request for Proposals.

Deadline for submissions: 1 March 2023 at 16:00 Central European Time.

Call for Expressions of Interest: Selection of open innovation experts and consultants

EIT Urban Mobility’s Action and Impact Group (hereinafter “AIG”) supports partners and cutting-edge researchers and innovators in identifying, applying for, and securing European funding for urban mobility projects. The scope of AIG mainly focuses on Horizon Europe calls within Pillar 2 (usually under Cluster 5).

The main aim of this work is to establish a pool of consultants and experts that will support the AIG programme in preparing proposals and coordinating consortia that support the attainment of the objectives in the EIT Urban Mobility Strategic Agenda 2020-2026. Skills, professional experience, and expertise linked to any EIT Urban Mobility’s priorities as well as in proposal writing and coordination are essential.

All information can be found in the Expression of Interest document.

To apply, please send a completed Expression of Interest Form + CV to procurement@eiturbanmobility.eu with subject [Application for open innovation experts and consultants].

Deadline for submissions: 6 April 2023 at 23:59 CET.

Request for Proposals: Online marketing services for Impact Ventures

EIT Urban Mobility is seeking to contract support from a professional marketing agency or freelancer to increase the number of eligible and qualitative start-ups applying to our investment call by using digital marketing.

Within the vision of EIT Urban Mobility, Impact Ventures aims to become the reference in the market for supporting and funding impactful gender‐balanced start‐ups within urban mobility. The tools used to reach this objective are:

  • Funding through grants and equity investments
  • Knowledge and training through partner‐led programmes
  • Networking and hot lead introductions through dedicated support to our equity portfolio companies.

In 2023, Impact Ventures will have an ongoing open call from March to October to attract early-stage start-ups to apply for investment. The goals of the online marketing services are:

  • Increase the number of eligible and qualitative start‐ups applying to the investment call
  • Attract more applications from start‐ups with female (co‐) founders
  • Increase the geographical diversity by receiving applications from start‐ups coming from all European countries (e.g. Baltics and CEE region).

Throughout the year, user data generated from visitors and applicants will be extensively analysed to evaluate the effectiveness of the digital marketing campaigns and the content most relevant to them. The marketing agency will have to take the lead in this analysis, and in adapting the campaign strategy to the findings and outcomes. Data needed from the side of EIT Urban Mobility will be provided by the Communications and Marketing Officer of EIT Urban Mobility. The selected agency will not have direct access to confidential data from EIT Urban Mobility.

All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the Request for Proposals.

Deadline for submissions: 27 February 2023 at 16:00 Central European Time.

Request for Proposals: Design and implementation of a communication strategy to engage the HEI Alumni community

The EIT’s HEI Initiative – Innovation Capacity Building for Higher Education – is a pan-European project that aims at helping higher education institutions to build capacity to teach innovation and entrepreneurship. The EIT’s HEI Initiative organises annual calls for proposals, inviting European higher education institutions to design institution-wide action plans in which they have to train and mentor a minimum number of students, academic and non-academic staff in entrepreneurship and innovation fields, and also support start-ups through services like mentoring and consultancy.

In the context of the EIT’s HEI Initiative, EIT Urban Mobility is leading the creation of the HEI Initiative Alumni community, connecting the students, academic and non-academic staff trained, as well as the start-up founders supported.

Through a LinkedIn Page, newsletters and, later on, a dedicated platform, we aim at:

  • increasing the awareness of and interest in the HEI initiative and EIT/the KICs among the Alumni, while keeping them engaged with the EIT Community;
  • tracking the initiative Alumni through a direct communication established with the KICs, to better measure the impact of the initiative on the long term.

The focus of this Request for Proposals is on the definition and implementation of the communication strategy for the HEI Initiative Alumni community in the years 2023, 2024 and 2025. Given the variety of the target audience, the strategy will need to take into account the different profiles, interests and needs of the Alumni, which we group into two categories:

  1. Academic and non-academic staff: focused on institutional change, best practice-sharing and the quality of Innovation & Entrepreneurship education;
  2. Students and start-up founders: interested in acquiring knowledge on Innovation & Entrepreneurship and in networking opportunities.

All information, including the detailed scope of work, deliverables, and terms & conditions can be found in the Request for Proposals.

Deadline for submissions: 13 March 2023 at 16:00 Central European Time.