European open data incubator programme launched

The Open Data Incubator for Europe (ODINE) is set to award a total of €650,000 to the first seven business selected for its two year open data incubator programme.

The startups and SMEs hail from the UK, Italy, France, Estonia and Austria, and provide open data solutions to pressing issues across Europe, including infectious childhood diseases, the recycling of bio-waste and cycling safety in European cities.

Between 50 and 70 open data-focused businesses will be welcomed on to the programme in two month instalments up until August 2016. ODINE has €5m EU grant funding still to award and urges interested companies to register.

Country: EU

Domains: IG

Stakeholder: European Bodies

Tags: startups, open data incubator, ODINE, policy, Internet, open data

Posted on Tuesday 8 September 2015

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