Brokerage event on Horizon Europe funding opportunities

Participants will learn about funding opportunities and also will be helped to join consortia for the submission of proposals for funding under the upcoming 2022 Cluster Health calls of Horizon Europe.

An international online brokerage event, organised by Horizon National Contact Points Europe Bridge2HE and the European Enterprise Europe Network and being held on October 29, 2021, will update participants and help them build consortia for the 2022 funding calls in the Health sector. The participation of Greek organisations in the event is supported by the National Documentation Centre (EKT), National Contact Point for Health in Horizon Europe, and co-ordinator of Enterprise Europe Network-Hellas.

Participants will not only learn about funding opportunities but also be helped to join consortia for the submission of proposals for funding under the upcoming 2022 Cluster Health calls of Horizon Europe.

The event focuses on calls related to the following topics:

  • Staying healthy in a rapidly changing society
  • Living and working in a health-promoting environment
  • Tackling diseases and reducing disease burden
  • Ensuring access to innovative, sustainable and high-quality health care
  • Unlocking the full potential of new tools, technologies and digital solutions for a healthy society
  • Maintaining an innovative, sustainable and globally competitive health-related industry

The business meetings will take place on Friday, October 29, 2021 (Greek time 11.30-18.30). Participation is free, but pre-registration is required here before the 28th of October.

Participation in the business meetings, to be held using the b2match platform, does not require installation of a programme.

For further information, contact the National Documentation Centre (Dr. Christina Pascual, 210 2204913,

EKT as National Contact Point for Horizon EuropeEKTis the National Contact Point for Horizon Europe, specifically the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) programme of Pillar 1  and the 'Health' and Digital Technologies, Industry and Space' sectors of Pillar 2 . It supports organisations, companies, academia and research organisations all the way: from identifying funding opportunities to drafting and submitting proposals, implementing projects and exploiting research results. In addition, it contributes to the recording and analysis of Greece's participation in European research and innovation programmes. As a National Contact Point, it supports the implementation of ongoing projects under Horizon 2020.

As co-ordinator of the Greek node of the Enterprise Europe Network, the largest business support network in the world, it provides services complementary to those of the National Contact Points, for international networking and search for business and technology collaborations, technology transfer and innovation, access to European funding and partner finding for participation in research proposals., with information from Enterprise Europe Network, ΕΚΤ