Webinar on funding instruments

Montag, 29. Juli
10:00 - 14:00 Uhr

Join us for an insightful webinar organized by Cluj IT within the I3HIES project, dedicated to exploring I3 and other funding instruments and offering expert services on securing EU, national, and regional public funds.

This comprehensive session is designed to equip participants with basic knowledge necessary to navigate the complex landscape of public funding opportunities, but also to identify opportunities for collaboration.Following the introductions, the workshop will delve into a detailed overview of the various funding opportunities available for the health sector. This section will focus on three primary financing instruments: I3, Horizon Europe, and EIT Health. Participants will gain a thorough understanding of each instrument, including their specific objectives, eligibility criteria, and application processes.
The I3 instrument, integral to the I3HIES project, aims to support innovation and industrial competitiveness through targeted funding. Attendees will learn how I3 facilitates the development of groundbreaking health solutions and the integration of innovative technologies into healthcare systems.
This workshop promises to be an invaluable experience for all attendees, providing them with the essential tools and knowledge to successfully navigate the landscape of public funding in the health sector.

Webinar on funding instruments


  • Introduction and participants’ presentation
  • Overview of the funding opportunities for the health sector with focus on i3, Horizont Europe, EIT Health
  • Q&A
  • Break
  • Health Project Partnering workshop on Miro
  • Closing remarks

About the facilitator

Laviniu Chis is passionate about innovation and entrepreneurship, helping businesses achieve their full potential by creating innovative solutions and exceptional teams. Laviniu has 15 years + experience in working with startups and 12 years + of entrepreneurship.

During this time he worked with over 1000 founders and startups teaching them the lean startup way, helping them starting a business, achieving product market fit and securing well over 50 million euros in private and public funding.

Currently he owns 4 companies in consulting, retail, training and software development and launched the Startup LaunchPad.