Our programme explainer – newsletters to make this funding scheme easier for you to digest.
This is series 1 on programme overview and eligible project areas.
The programme objective is to increase the competitiveness, value creation and sustainable growth of Greek enterprises and is aiming to stimulate and develop long-term cooperation between the Donor States (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) and the Beneficiary State (Greece), encouraging bilateral project partnerships.
The target group for this call is SMEs and Large Enterprises in Greece. Partnership with other entities is not mandatory but encouraged, particularly with entities from the Donor State. Types of partnership projects:
The overall expected outcome of projects financed by the present call is the increased competitiveness, value creation and sustainable growth of Greek enterprises within the focus areas of Green Industry Innovation, Blue Growth and ICT.
Green Industry Innovation
Deadline for applications: 11th August 2022
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At Winnovart, it is part of our mission to bridge the gap between stakeholders of the grants-based funding market-space in Europe. We are a leading independent consultancy specializing in EEA & Norway grants for private sector companies. In the past years, we have raised over EUR 50 mil euro in funding under this mechanism for clients from various industries across the CEE space. Many projects have involved bilateral partners from the Donor States (Norway and Iceland). We have a very good presence in the Donor States, with the capacity to support the development of bilateral partnerships, one of the key ambitions of the EEA & Norway grants.