Securing EU funding may sound complicated but the new Beginner’s Guide to EU Funding is here to provide information, examples and tips on how to tap into the Union’s 2014-2020 budget.
Small companies (SMEs), non-governmental organisations (NGOs), students and young people, researchers, farmers, public bodies and other categories can benefit from the guide.
Key areas getting support: research and innovation, transport, energy, job opportunities for the younger generation and improving the competitiveness of European businesses, among others.
Funding opportunities, how and where to apply, general and financial rules, eligibility, cutting the red tape are just a few of the issues addressed in the new guide.
The handbook can help you get started if you have never applied for EU funding before and give you the chance to benefit from a wide variety of EU programs.
The EU has now simplified its financial rules for European businesses, towns, regions, scientists and NGOs and has even cut the red tape.
EU funding aims to boost jobs and growth and create a better quality of life in Europe.