Alien Technology Transfer’s portfolio of services is uniquely designed to support high-growth companies attracting investments from the market and from public innovation funding platforms. Since 2014 our services have helped hundreds of innovative projects turn into successful business ventures. Our focus is on small and medium-sized enterprises, and highly competitive programmes such as the EIC Accelerator (previously known as SME Instrument) and the US Federal SBIR Programme.

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Funding opportunity assessment
We study the proposed innovation project and assess its suitability for public funding, especially in relation to the EIC Accelerator requirements. Then we deliver a complete report on the available funding opportunities and recommended project financing strategies.
Project strategy development
We develop a clear roadmap for each specific funding opportunity, and guide the application process from conceptualisation to submission.
Grant writing and Project administrative management
We craft superior project proposals for the most competitive innovation funding programmes in the EU, with a specialization in the European Innovation Council (EIC) funds within the Horizon Europe Research&Innovation Framework Programme. We take care of the project management and reporting tasks, so that innovators can stay focused on developing their business idea.
Business, financial and commercialisation plan
We assess the business model and revenues streams, and develop complete financial projections. We outline the go-to-market strategy on the basis of solid market and competition data.
Private investment fund-raising
We help companies attract investments from the market, we assess company valuation and prepare a complete investor package.
We support clients establishing strong and fruitful relationships with the trusted partners in our network.
Due Diligence independent
We perform independent Due Diligence reports for investors and institutional funds.

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