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Eurostars process - Monitoring your project

Your project will be monitored both at national level and by the Eureka Secretariat. During the project’s life cycle, all project participants must provide the following mandatory reports (in English) to the Eureka Secretariat: 

  • Project Progress Report (PPR)
  • Final Report (FiR)
  • Market Impact Report (MIR)

At national level, monitoring obligations differ between Eurostars participating countries. We recommend that you contact your National Project Coordinator (NPC) for guidance about this stage.

NPC contact details

Please note that failure to complete and submit project reports may result in funding payments being withheld or withdrawn.

 

Project Progress Report (PPR)

All project participants (for applications submitted in 2018 or later), or the main participant (for applications submitted between 2014 and 2017) are required to complete a PPR every six months throughout the project duration.

The PPR should include a brief description of the major achievements reached during the specified time period, information on cooperation within the consortium and progress made towards milestones and deliverables. The PPR is not intended for listing detailed technical achievements or project costs.

You will receive the PPR by email (for applications submitted between 2014 and 2017) or in your www.myeureka.io account dashboard (for applications submitted in 2018 or later).

This reporting is mandatory and is in addition to any national reporting requirements. Failure to deliver to document will result in the withdrawal of funding.

 

Final Report (FiR)

After the completion of a project (successful or not), each project participant is required to submit a FiR. In this form, you should detail the results of your project, any benefits your organisation experienced and indicate how you intend to achieve market entry.

In the FiR you can also state whether you wish to be a part of the Eureka Secretariat’s communication campaigns (in the form of Eureka Effect stories, press coverage and participation at events).

If you are interested, you can indicate your desire to be part of our communication campaigns (Eurostars success stories), press coverage and participation at events.

You will receive the FiR by email (for applications submitted between 2014 and 2017) or as a tab of your final PPR on www.myeureka.io for applications submitted in 2018 or later).

This reporting is mandatory and is in addition to any national reporting requirements. Failure to deliver to document will result in the withdrawal of funding.

 

Market Impact Report (MIR)

The MIR is sent to successful projects to be completed by each of the participating organisations. The Market Impact Report is sent once a year for three consecutive years after project completion and allows the Eureka Secretariat to continue to follow your success.

Any data that the Eureka Secretariat gathers in the MIR is aggregated and anonymised. It is used for the quantitative analysis of the success of the Eurostars programme and provides us with feedback on how the programme might be adapted for improvement.

Guide to submitting the Final Report and Market Impact Reports

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