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Why this initiative?

Because the European economy is becoming more and more digital and the EC has several open and reusable solutions split under the following categories: Trusted and Secure services, Smart governanceand data management services, Other  (consult the available portfolio HERE ) which have basic capabilities to facilitate the delivery of digital services in an interoperable manner across borders and sectors.

Building on these basic capabilities, this challenge invites participants to shape a concept for a service or solution that could be integrated into their company’s business offering.

By participating in the challenge, SMEs and start-up will :

  • start by first developing a concept of a service or solution that can reinforce their service offering by using standards-based solutions
  • Co-create with coaches from the EC
  • Pitch their idea to a jury at the award ceremony, win up to EUR 50.000

The call for application will close on 28 February 2020.

If you missed the first information session (25/11/2019), you will find all the information HERE 

The 2nd information session will take place on 30 January 2020. REGISTER HERE

If you want to apply to the Digital Challenge, please go HERE


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