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Title: Business plans of SMEs and Micro-enterprises
Publication: 14/02/2005 / Final Beneficiary: ΕΦΔ
Description: Call for proposals under the action 2.7.1 titled «Business plans of SMEs and Micro-enterprises» included in Measure 2.7 «Support for competitiveness of SMEs and Micro-enterprises»
Total budget: €193.506.002,
Opening date: 14/02/2005 / Closing date: 14/04/2005
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Announcement of Action 2.11.1 08/04/2005.
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Advance publication of Action 2.11.2 “Boosting the Competitiveness of Micro-Enterprise Service Providers” 25/07/2005.
Very Small Enterprises - Announcements
Information for members on “Get Certified” 22/02/2006.
Very Small Enterprises - Publicity
1st Panhellenic Cycladic Islands Expo 12/05/2005.
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Aid policies and actions for Small and Very Small Enterprises in the framework of the Operational Programme on Competitiveness 06/10/2004.
Very Small Enterprises - Speeches
Improving the business environment 09/09/2004.
Very Small Enterprises - Multimedia
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