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163 small and medium-sized business plans for investment, totalling 11.6 million euros - 09/05/2005
A hundred and sixty-three business plans from small and medium-sized enterprises have so far been approved for all Thessaly, under EOMMEX female and youth entrepreneurship programmes in the framework of the Operational Programme for Competitiveness.
Extension to youth and female entrepreneurship programmes - 02/04/2005
The maximum subsidized budget for Manufacturing activities is 150,000 euros, while for Trade, Services and Tourism the figure is 100,000 euros.
Subsidies for women and SMEs - 27/03/2005
Three large programmes to support established and new businesses are currently under way through the Operational Programme for Competitiveness, while new cycles of programmes soon to be announced provide grants for technological modernisation and the implementation of new business plan by existing units.
Three programmes for new and existing businesses - 18/03/2005
The deadlines have been announced for programmes providing financing for women and young people who want to run new businesses. For the first time, existing very small trading enterprises can receive financing for new investments.
Faster take-up of capital - 12/01/2005
The take-up of Community funds from the CSF III Operational Programme for Competitiveness has more than doubled since March, averting the risk of loss of resources. In December, take-up was 26.2%. In March 2004 it was 14.8%, while for 2005 the target is for take-up to reach 45%.
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The O.P. "Competitiveness" is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the European Social Fund (ESF), the Greek Government and private funds.
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