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Horizon 2020 ICT 24 - opportunity for creative and digital industries to mainstream gaming, design and aesthetics expertise

The Knowledge Transfer Network recently hosted an afternoon briefing event covering the opportunities available for creative and digital businesses in the H2020 ICT work plan with a focus on the 'ICT 24 Gaming and Gamification' call.

This event provided attending businesses with the opportunity to learn more about making applications and finding European partners. Participants were also encouraged to put forward UK creative industry priorities to be included in European Commission's funding policy development. 

A notable highlight was a panel discussion exploring the pros and cons of different types of European funding. The insights shared were specifically aimed at helping potential applicants determine which programme could most benefit their business.

The invited panellists were Richard Walker from Shadow Robot,  Juliet Tzabar from Plug-in Media, Richard Foggie from the Knowledge Transfer Network and Marta Rybarczyk from Enterprise Europe Network (EEN)

This discussion was followed by a session led by Richard Foggie and Tom Campbell (Knowledge Transfer Network) providing an overview of the Horizon 2020 ICT 24 Gaming and Gamification call. The key opportunity here for creative and digital businesses is to mainstream the application of gaming technologies, design and aesthetics to non-leisure contexts, for both social and economic benefits.

 

 

The European funding programme Horizon 2020 (H2020) has €80 billion available for research and innovation for the next five years. Many of the upcoming ICT work plan calls are relevant to creative and digital businesses and can provide significant R&D opportunities as well as a platform to expand into the european marketplace. 

 

Information about all upcoming H2020 calls is available both in our funding section and also in our Creative, Digital and Design Business Briefing, a digest of useful information for UK businesses seeking funding and support.

 

 

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