An attractive opportunity with many risks

EU grants could be a really good alternative to finance your developments. You can invest less of your own capital, but there are special terms.

What is the aim of EU grants?

The EU awards money (directly or through local governments) in the form of grants to implement projects or activities in support of European Union and local policies. These grants may be awarded within fields as diverse as research, production development, energy, education, etc. (European Commission)

Why is it a good choice for you?

The main advantage is that you won’t have to pay it back (unlike a loan, etc.). The reason is simple: If your project serves the aim of the call, both sides win if you implement it. You could decrease the costs by millions through finding the right grants. Complex and long projects need more than one kind of grant to be executed. Since, most of the developments could be financed by EU grants, it is always a good decision to consult an expert at the planning stage.

We have more than 10 years of experience in the field of the grants. We have won grants for hundreds of projects and managed execution successfully. One of our biggest strengths is that we hold your hand from the beginning until the end.  We manage and control the processes from the planning to the execution for the successful closure of the project.

We take responsibility for our work. Our aim is not only to win the grant but to create feasible projects which are serving their original purpose.

Obtaining grants and executing projects require the knowledge of many local regulations, which businesses are typically not aware of. Furthermore, they usually don’t have the required competencies, thus it is necessary to involve an expert.

EU grant to support internationalisation

The long awaited EU-fund (GINOP-3.1.2-16) for SMEs working in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector will open on the 2nd November 2016 from which companies can finance up to 90 percent of their product development and market expansion costs with a combination of refundable and/or  non-refundable grants.

More information: Product development, product launch – ICT