How to present your project ideas

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1 – Pitch sessions

The SusChem brokerage event will have two dedicated sessions for pitching project ideas to the participants.

If you wish to use this opportunity, please complete the Power Point template here and send it to suschem@suschem.org no later than Tuesday 3 October 2017. We will come back to you to confirm. Presentation timing will be restricted to 4-5 minutes.  

2 – Exhibition posters

If additionally you wish to showcase your project idea on a poster during the brokerage event, please contact as soon as possible the SusChem Secretariat to manage your request and reserve a space in the exhibition.

Please note that the format for the poster is A0 and portrait layout. You will need to send the PDF version at the latest Tuesday 3 October 2017. We will print the poster and display it at the event.

3 – GRANT-IT

You can also submit your project idea through our interactive portal GRANT-IT. All you have to do is login with your SusChem username and password, and then click on 'Propose a project' on the homepage menu. From there you will be able to complete the submission form. Once your project idea is approved for publication, it will become visible in the portal and this will allow you to be approached by potential partners beyond the event.


The SusChem brokerage event is a unique opportunity for industry, academia, RTOs, SMEs and other actors to get ready to develop consortia and submit funding proposals targeting the new Horizon 2020 calls with deadlines starting from January 2018.

If you have any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact the SusChem Secretariat

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