template and review for SME1 instrument proposal (Horizon 2020) for startups

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c) about the painful ICT systems/not user friendly interfaces to submit a grant?

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You will receive an email with your invoice shortly after registration. After the payment (PayPal or Wire) we will invite you for the course and instructed templates.

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  • Basic

    (template, instruction, best practices)

    € 1.450
  • Silver

    (template, instruction, best practices, submission services to EU)

    € 1.750
  • Premium

    (template, instruction, best practices, submission to EU and layout design )

    € 1.950

free download SME1 templates

We grant you an access here to the SME1 Horizon 2020 uninstructed raw templates. However, based on our experiences we don’t advise you to start filling it out alone. It is important to see best practices and get the right instructions and reviews, otherwise you can be very much ‘off the track’, resulting lost hours and frustration of not getting funded.