Internationalisation strategies



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Service description
An ongoing tailored service for internationalisation targeting EIC Accelerator beneficiaries. A focused one-on-one mentoring and consulting support for international market identification and market entry strategies. Supported companies will get knowledge on foreign markets and practices to approach them and to elaborate effective market penetration and internationalisation strategies. Specific individualised activities envisaged are: A.1. Validation and refinement of the Business Model (1-2 months); A.2. Support for the preparation to market launch: analysis of target markets, identification of entry points, competition analysis, market positioning, value proposition, identification of distribution channels (2-4 months); A.3. Tailored support for the access to international markets with focus on US/UK and EU markets (Italy, Spain, Poland) (3-6 months); A.4. Support for the creation of sales channels and development of sales models, including commercial/contractual frameworks (4-6 months). The technology focus will be IoT, AI, Blockchain, and Water treatment, but other technology domains can be considered. The service can be delivered remotely.
Artificial Intelligence
Technology Readiness Level
TRL 5 – Technology validated in relevant environment
TRL 6 – Technology demonstrated in relevant environment
TRL 7 – System prototype demonstration in operational environment
TRL 8 – System complete and qualified
TRL 9 – Actual system proven in operational environment
Disclaimer related to service

The costs will be negotiated based on the number of person-days estimated to provide the agreed support. Applicants must have already protected (or are in the process to protect) and hold a valid licence for commercialising the intellectual property (IP) they aim to include in the programme.

Financial requirements

The fee will be calculated on the basis of the number of person days estimated to provide the service/s in a range per day from €450 to €650. Some additional costs can be incurred in the provision of these services that can be charged to the service beneficiary to obtain local information (such as access to databases, market research, selected lists, etc.).