The Creative Innovation Lab shall incentivise players from different cultural and creative sectors, including audiovisual, to design and test innovative solutions for key challenges, with a potential positive long-term impact on multiple cultural and creative sectors.
Development of innovative creative processes;
Increased visibility, availability and diversity of European content in the digital age;
Improved business models and use of data;
Increased potential audience of European content in the digital age;
Support greening and circular economy thinking, including innovation for sustainability, inclusion and well-being in line with the priorities of the New European Bauhaus.
Description of the activities to be funded
The InnovLab support shall support the design, development and/or spread of innovative tools, models or solutions applicable in the audiovisual and other cultural and creative sectors. Activities shall aim at supporting the competitiveness, greening process, cooperation, circulation, visibility, availability, diversity and/or audience across sectors. Such activities shall contain a high potential of replicability in audiovisual and other cultural and creative sectors.
Cross-sectoral cooperation within the creative and/or cultural sectors, including the audiovisual sector is at the heart of the Call. Therefore, applications must clearly demonstrate the extent of the cross-sectoral approach, the conditions for its implementation and the expected benefits for the sectors covered.
Applications should present adequate strategies to ensure more sustainable and more environmentally-respectful industry and to ensure gender balance, inclusion, diversity and representativeness.
A wide spectrum of organisations will be invited to participate, including private and public entities, tech companies and start-ups, audiovisual, cultural and creative organisations. The participation of business incubators and accelerators shall be encouraged, to provide space and time for creative ideas to be shaped.
Eligible countries : as described in the Call document .
Eligibility and admissibility conditions: as described in the Call document .
Proposal page limits and layout: Please refer to Part B of the standard proposal template .
Evaluation criteria, scoring, threshold and process are described in the Call document .
- Indicative timetable for evaluation and grant agreement: as described in the Call document .
Publication of the call: 22/11/2022
Deadline for submitting applications: April, 20 2023 17:00 (Brussels Time)
Evaluation period: May-June 2023
Information to applicants: July 2023
Signature of grant agreement: September 2023
- Proposal templates, guidance and model grant agreements (MGA):