EUHubs4Data First Open Call

Are you an innovative digital SME or start-up? Are you working on innovative data-driven products or services? Are you getting close to the market but need some support? Then we might have a solution for you!

The EuHubs4Data First Open Call offers:

  • 60,000€ to develop your idea
  • technical and business support (you can see our service catalogue HERE)
  • visibility and promotion

What do you need to do?

  • have an innovative idea to develop data-driven product or service: it should be ready to be delivered to market the in nine months
  • choose at least two services from our catalogue HERE (offered by at least two different providers) which you need to implement your idea
  • get inspired by the specific challenges set up by the European Data Spaces (See the list in pg. 21-22 in the document HERE) and make sure that your idea answers one of them!
  • Check whether you are eligible (criteria listed below).

Do you think you have it all? Great! Then find more information and all relevant documentation here:
And start your application procedure here:

Eligibility criteria:

Application, selection and implementation process:

  • If you wish to apply, FIND ALL INFORMATION HERE
  • Fill in the application form HERE no later than 8 February 2021 noon (CET)
  • Wait for the selection results to be communicated on the week of 5 of April 2021
  • In May, 2021 start nine-months implementation process and develop your idea with our support!

If you have any questions, contact Justina Bieliauskaite ( or attend one of the two Information Sessions on 18 December or 12 January!

Disclaimer: the Open Call is organised by the EUHubs4Data project which aims to consolidate as the European reference for data driven innovation and experimentation, fostering collaboration between data driven initiatives in Europe, federating solutions in a global common catalogue of data services, and sharing data in a cross-border and cross-sector basis. For more information, visit:
This project receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 95177