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Minister: First Support Funds for Tourism Enterprises Next Month

Alternate Development Minister Yannis Tsakiris has announced that the first funds to tourism enterprises seeking support will be released in early September.

Greek Tourism Enterprises Stand to Gain from EU Recovery Funds in Three Ways

Greek tourism and the hospitality sector in particular stand to gain from support allocated to Greece as part of the EU’s Recovery Fund.

Greek Economy Ministry Triples Funding for SMEs in Tourism

Greek small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) active in tourism will be able to tap into additional subsidies after the economy ministry announced that it was increasing funding.

Greek Ministry Looking to Double Tourism Venture Funding

The economy ministry is set to announce the allocation of 120 million euros for the funding of tourism ventures and plans to double subsidies.

NBG – EIF Deals Secure €640 Million for Greek Businesses

Some 5,000 small businesses, startups and mid‑sized enterprises in Greece will gain access to 640 million euros in loans at favorable terms, following three deals signed between EIF and NBG.

Dozens of Greek Tourism Projects Included in New Subsidy Scheme

Dozens of tourism projects are among 70 large-scale investment ventures in Greece, included in the government’s “general entrepreneurship” scheme under the latest development law.

All-year Tourism, Innovation on Tziallas’ Commission Agenda

Greek Secretary General for Tourism Policy and Development, Yiorgos Tziallas, recently met with senior officials from the European Commission in Brussels.

Application Deadline for Tourism, New Media Subsidies Jan. 31

January 31 is the deadline for all interested parties wishing to gain access to subsidies under the new development law estimated by the end of 2020 to distribute some 4.2-4.3 billion euros.

Six Greek Airports Get Funding, Move to Upgrade

Six regional airports in Greece will get EU funding to the tune of 197 million euros towards their upgrade under the EU Infrastructure Investment Plan, the Greek Infrastructure, Transport and Networks Ministry announced.

Major Greece Tourism Works to Get Underway Backed by Juncker Plan

Tourism is among the first sectors in Greece to receive EU funding to the tune of 112 million euros for three projects in addition to a fourth included in the infrastructure transport sector, under the EU Infrastructure Investment Plan.