programme | public private partnerships
TKI CLICKNL has been set up with the aim of strengthening public private partnerships in research and innovation in the Creative Industry. This includes, amongst others, inviting those interested to apply for a so-called PPS grant. TKI CLICKNL can apply for a PPS project grant from the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) to help finance public private research projects. The PPS can lead to a grant of 30% above the private contributions for each research project.
Fiscal programme | research & development
Are you an entrepreneur in the creative industry who carries out research or development projects? And do you want to lower your R&D costs? Then maybe you can use the R&D tax credit programme WBSO. With the WBSO, companies can lower the wage costs for R&D and other R&D costs and expenditures, such as prototypes or research equipment. You can deduct the tax benefit in your tax return to the Netherlands Tax and Customs Administration. You can apply for the WBSO almost year round.
Regeling | Internetprojecten met maatschappelijke meerwaarde
Heb je een veelbelovend idee voor een internetproject met maatschappelijke meerwaarde? Een project dat bijdraagt aan een sterk internet met sterke gebruikers? En ben je op zoek naar financiering om je idee uit te werken naar een demo, pilot of experimenteel ontwerp? Je kunt hiervoor doorlopend een aanvraag indienen bij SIDN Fonds (aanvragen tot 10.000 euro), via de Pioniersregeling.
Call | Creative and innovative ideas in small projects
NWA: Idea Generator
With the low threshold funding instrument Idea Generator, the Dutch Research Agenda wants to provide more opportunities for small-scale, risky research projects. Via the Idea Generator, interested researchers can further develop early research ideas with various parties in society. Deadline: 27 February 2020.
Open call | Improvement of daily life
Creative Industries Fund NL: Chronically Healthy
The Creative Industries Fund NL and the Agis Innovation Fund are launching a joint open call aimed at improving everyday life for people with a chronic disorder. New or existing coalitions of municipalities, healthcare providers, welfare organizations, private initiators, entrepreneurs and people with a disorder are invited to work with designers on new products, spatial interventions or health concepts to strengthen the self-management of people in their everyday living environment. Deadline: 4 February 2020.
Call | Creative Industries Fund NL
Working differently on city, village and country
Looking at the arrival of the National Environment Vision (NOVI) and the new Environment and Planning Act, the Creative Industries Fund NL invites designers to develop new working methods together with municipalities, aimed at co-creation at the local level. This open call offers the opportunity for municipalities to use local design force to activate local partners and, together with the local network, to get started with an integrated design approach on current socio-spatial challenges in their own municipality. Deadline: 10 March 2020.
Temporary programme | Increase the visibility of digital heritage
Stimuleringsfonds: Digital Heritage X Public
Makers and cultural institutions are being encouraged to work together to develop new uses and increase the visibility of digital heritage to a broad public. As a designer, maker or design bureau, how do you make heritage visible to a broad public and which perspective, innovative application or intervention do you choose to shed new light on the heritage? The Creative Industries Fund NL aims to improve the visibility and utilization of digital collections in an innovative way, through the joint efforts of designers and heritage institutions. Deadline: 16 January 2020.
Call | New dialogues and different perspectives
Design4Health: Designing Future Health
Design4Health invites papers from researchers and practitioners across the areas of design, creative practice and health in order to develop new dialogues and offer different perspectives. Given that the Design4Health focus is very much on designing with people instead of for, submissions from individuals using services and products are encouraged, and the sharing of real-life experiences. Paper abstract deadline: Sunday 5th January 2020, 23:59 CET. Full paper deadline: Sunday March 29th 2020, 23.59.