Community Participants enjoy the following benefits*:
Contact and engage with other stakeholders within your CLC region.
Use the Talent Pool to support your recruitment processes and search for talent within your CLC region.
Be up to date with KIC activities, news and events, and get insights and knowledge.
Position yourself or your organisation to participate in project consortia or attract business partners.
Participate in campaigns about challenges and opportunities of CCSI in your CLC region
* Attention: Currently the EIT Culture & Creativity is in its building phase, creating its legal structures across Europe, hiring staff and awaiting the EIT grant assessment by March 2024. Benefits and services are therefore not all implemented yet and will be fully available by end of 2024, or later.
Becoming a Community Participant entails the following obligations:
Adherence to EIT Culture & Creativity’s Code of Conduct and Anti-fraud Strategy.
Paying the annual fee.
Community Participants do not legally become a member of the EIT CCSI e.V
Fee structure for Community Participants:
We use the EC’s SME definition as reference for determining the fees based on the size of organisations:
Self-employed, freelancers, students.
Staff headcount below 50. Turnover or balance sheet total equal or lower than €10 million.
Staff headcount below 250. Turnover equal or lower than €50 million or balance sheet total equal or lower than €43 million.
Staff headcount above 250. Turnover higher than €50 million or balance sheet total higher than €43 million.
What is a CLC region?
Each of our six Co-Location Centres covers different territories in Europe and beyond. CLCs provide proximity and support to the CCSI innovation ecosystem in their respective region.