What did the Malta Chamber of SMEs bring through for business in this year’s budget?
18 October 2021
The Malta Chamber of SMEs has noted a number of positive initiatives that will aim...
Proposals should be presented by consortia of minimum 5 legal
entities, covering at least 4 EU Member States.
These proposals must aim at promoting sustainable transnational tourism
products in sport or wellness activities in relation to one of the following
types of tourism: coastal or maritime or mountain or rural tourism.
should support the following aspects:
One of the
objectives of this call is to support projects that encourage the participation
of SMEs and create a framework favourable to SMEs' cooperation.
Tourism SMEs on
their own are also eligible to participate, provided that they are operating in
the following fields:
In fact, the
project consortium should include at least 2 such SMEs.
The EU budget
of the call is EUR 1,000,000 and there are 5 projects expected to be funded
(max. EUR 250,000 per project, at a 75% co-financing rate from EU).
deadline for this proposal is 7th October 2014
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