10.05.23 17 start-ups have received the Innosuisse Scale-up Award. They can now access the second phase of the Scale-up Coaching programme to further accelerate their growth with support of specialised Innosuisse coaches.
28.04.2023 Innosuisse launched a call for projects for the Swiss Accelerator in 2022 as a transitional measure for Horizon Europe. Following a three-stage assessment process, Innosuisse has now approved 53 innovation projects by SMEs and start-ups with significant innovation potential.
The KOF at ETH Zurich conducts a Swiss Innovation Survey every two years. Innosuisse takes part in the survey to learn more about the innovation behaviour of its own funding clients. The results of the current study from 2021 show that innovation activities at companies supported by Innosuisse have increased in the last two years. Market innovations accounted for a significantly higher proportion of sales in 2020 than for companies that had not applied for funding.
08.02.2023 The eight SCCER have successfully built research capacity through the Energy funding programme 2013-2020. Diverse and extensive collaborations have emerged, both within the research field and with players from the industry.
01.02.23 Innosuisse welcomes Maria Anselmi as the new Head of Start-ups and Next-Generation Innovators Division. She succeeds Dominique Gruhl-Bégin and thus complete the six-person Executive Committee.