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Reports and Statistics

Various analysis and statistics of the SME Instrument, based on public information provided by the programme operator about number of applications, beneficiaries, topic and country breakdowns. Different interesting rankings, statistical evidence of success rates and other interpretation of SME Instrument information is available here.

February 2016 update: SME Instrument has kicked-off in 2016 having decoupled the cut-off dates for Phase 1 and Phase 2. The first deadline of the year was for Phase 2 and EASME has received a total of 553 proposals by 3rd of February. Our statistical analysis is based on the public information made available by EASME. You ca check it here.

January 2016 update: For the last cut-off date of the 2015, on November 25th, EASME has received 3146 proposals for both Phase 1 and Phase 2, a record number compared to the previous cut-off dates. Country and topic breakdown can be accessed here.

May 2015 update: SME Instrument 2015 (Horizon 2020) – SME Instrument 2015 had its first cut-off date on March the 18th for both Phase 1 and Phase 2 projects. EASME received a total number of 2183 project proposals out of which 1569 were for Phase 1 and 614 were for Phase 2 projects. You can check the charts detailing the number of project per topic and per country here.

April 2015 update: SME Instrument 2014 (Horizon 2020) – After the latest results (for the December cut-off date) were published, we have an overview for the SME Instrument in 2014 for both Phase 1 (December & overall) and Phase 2 (December & overall). Our statistical analysis is based on the public information made available by EASME. You can check it here.

January 2015 update – SME Instrument (Horizon 2020) statistics update – As of January 2015, we have a preliminary overview of the SME Instrument beneficiaries 2014, for both Phase 1 (June and September 2014 rounds) and Phase 2 (October 2014 round). Further results are expected for the last round in December 2014 (both Phase 1 and Phase 2). Our statistical analysis is based on the public information made available by EASME. You can check it here

December 2014 update – Winnovart study on SME Instrument (Horizon 2020) – European Commission’s programme addressing highly innovative SMEs – By December 2014, after three cut-off dates for the SME Instrument – European Commission’s funding programme addressing highly innovative SMEs, more than 8000 proposals have been submitted for the programme’s Phase 1 & Phase 2. You can check it here.