Tuesday April 7, 2020

10 Irish SMEs to receive funding under EU grant scheme

Ten Irish SMEs will receive funding in the first wave of grants offered under a new EU SME Instrument, the European Commission announced today.

24th July, 2014
There were 2,666 applications made for the first grants

Ten Irish SMEs will receive funding in the first wave of grants offered under a new EU SME Instrument, the European Commission announced today.

The ten Irish companies out of a total of 155 companies across 21 countries, will each receive €50,000 to finance feasibility studies to develop their innovation strategy.

In addition, the SMEs can benefit from up to three days of business coaching.

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