Profiling and Marketplace Opportunity
It is important to have a clear and concise profile that indicates up to three EDF 2023 Call for proposal topics.
Mandatory requirements for your Profiles
- Profiles must have a clear and concise organisation description.
- The profile should point out your core competencies/core tasks. It should describe the type of cooperation you are looking for.
- Creating a strong profile? which will raise your visibility in the platform.
- Your profile should describe who you are, which EDF Call topics you are looking at (please list up to three on your profile), what you can offer to potential partners and who you want to meet.
- Pictures and logo really make the profile way more appealing to other participants.
- A good profile will significantly generate more efficient meetings.
- Profile Quality is very important, if you want to meet the right partners. The better your profile, the more meeting requests you will receive.
- All participants will be able to view your profile;
- A meaningful profile will generate way more expression of interests in bilateral talks.
- Publish your organisational focus and your collaboration wishes via the Marketplace Opportunities - Project Cooperation Types - under the headings Title, Description, Project Stage, Topic and Type of Cooperation sought.
- The Marketplace opportunities and project Cooperation types enables you to list your offer and request items and also to search for suitable partners by using these items.
- All Participants should publish at least one marketplace (collaboration profile): product, service, project cooperation, request or investment opportunity related to topics of the EDF 2023 Calls for proposals.
- For Coordinator/Consortium looking for partners
Briefly describe the project idea and expertise currently covered by the consortium
Be precise when describing the missing partners, you are willing to meet: the type of partners (universities, SMEs/MidCaps, national authorities or industries etc.) and the requested expertise.
- Partner looking for consortium
Do not just describe your general expertise, but relate it to the specific calls for proposals you are interested in: what could you bring to a project, what would be your added value and activities you could take over for this specific call?