EEA&Norway Grants in Greece

EEA & Norway Grants – Winnovart’s study on the 2009-2014 funding cycle. Focus on business projects.

EEA & Norway Grants are increasingly becoming an important funding option for enterprises in Central and Eastern Europe, along with the well-known EU funding opportunities.

Following our positive experience during the 2009 – 2014 funding cycle with this mechanism, we have compiled a detailed study with the results of the EEA & Norway Grants across the CEE markets, with a focus on programmes addressing private sector enterprises.

Our aim is to provide information to relevant stakeholders on past and potential funding opportunities under this scheme, so as to increase awareness of the future perspectives of this grant scheme, as well as provide a set of lessons learnt from our experience with the EEA & Norway Grants.

For the upcoming funding cycle, public consultations have begun on the “Blue Book”, which sets out the priority sectors and eligible programme areas under the EEA & Norway Grants 2014-2021 funding period. During this period, Donor States (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway) will contribute EUR 2.8 billion to 15 EU countries. On the basis of our successful experience in the past, Winnovart is pro-actively involved in the consultation process. If you are interested to apply for grants under this funding cycle, please provide us with a summary of your project concept and we will ensure that it becomes part of consultation process. You may present your project either through our funding-readiness questionnaire or by sending us a short summary by e-mail.

With successful experience in previous EEA & Norway Grants applications, we will gladly provide you further information on how to access it, as well as how we can support you throughout the project development and implementation cycle.

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