• Date: July 19, 2018

The spin-off company KAMLEON was one of the small- and medium-sized enterprises to receive funding via the SME Instrument, a programme run by the European Innovation Council (European Commission) to support innovative projects and help them conquer the market.

The programme grants €50,000 to each project to draw up a business plan to ready their new product, service or process for release on the market. The SME Instrument also offers support and business acceleration services. A total of 242 SMEs have received grants in this round of funding, and Spain heads the list of funded projects, with a total of 48.

Founded at the Rovira i Virgili University, KAMLEON is taking part in CaixaImpulse with a project of the same name that aims to create a platform on the cloud to check people’s level of hydration.

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