EU funding for Design
Dear Member,

In the frame of the ‘Design Europe 2021’ project, BEDA is mapping the EU funding invested in the design sector in recent years. The purpose of creating a timeline of EU projects on design would be to identify gaps in design knowledge that future EU funding might be able to bridge.

If your organisation has secured EU funding after 2014, please briefly explain the most relevant projects in this form. The survey only has 10 short questions and can be filled out in less than 10 minutes. You can send as many answers/projects as you want: After clicking the "Submit" button, you will be offered to submit another response. The survey will be open until Friday, 24th February.

The results of the survey will be presented to a wide range of relevant departments and services across the European Commission, including DG GROW and the EU Policy Lab. Therefore, BEDA has a real chance to influence the next funding period for the benefit of the design sector. A report will also be disseminated among our members so you can identify theme and partnership opportunities. We will be really grateful for your help to make the results of this action a great value for the entire European design community.

Kindest regards,

Mario López
Project Manager

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