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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) - SME-Submission
Proposals with marks above the thresholds but ranked low and not funded will still be in the list in the next cut-off date? Or will they be rejected so the applicant can make improvements?
They will be rejected with the possibility to resubmit an improved version.
How come the first cut-off date for Phase 2 in October 2014 when the first cut-off for phase 1 is June 2014, less than four month before? For the coming PHC-12 call, can we directly ask for a Phase 2 project?
Yes. In principle you can directly apply for phase 2; this really depends on how far advanced you are with your market assessment/business plan (for phase 2 you really need some deep insight into your market and competitors!) At the end of phase 1, you will write a short final report. As summary of your findings, you will come up with a conclusion of your feasibility study. This can be: yes it is feasible, but we need xyz budget for conducting this and this --> go and apply for phase 2; if you come to other conclusions (no freedom to operate; no market, market not attractive enough or too complicated,...) you will of course NOT continue the development and not apply for phase 2. Nike Shox TLX 0018
So is there a specific proposal template for Phase 1 PHC12, with the 100% funding rate in the table?
Yes. You can download it under http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h2020/call_ptef/pt/h2020-call-pt-sme-1_en.pdfAccesorios para el running
Any SME must be (re)checked, if it was not validated within the last two years.