Our programme explainer – newsletters to make this funding scheme easier for you to digest.
This is series 5 on eligible activities and expenses.
Eligible activities are related to the objective of the programme that is to increase competitiveness, value creation and sustainable growth of Greek enterprises within the focus areas of Green Industry Innovation, Blue Growth and ICT.
As always with grants-funding, eligible expenses must be linked to eligible project activities (see above).
In order to be eligible, expenses shall be incurred after the date on which the grant is awarded or at a later date as defined in the Project Contract (not before!). The final date of eligibility for expenses will be set by the Project Contract and shall be no later than 30 April 2024.
Eligible expenses are those actually incurred by the Project Promoter (Main applicant) or the Project Partners (local or from a Donor State).
Deadline for applications: 11th August 2022
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