Whether you were pleased or disappointed with the result of the EU referendum, the EU are still calling for proposals for projects over the next couple of months from SMEs.
If your next business endeavor matches the criteria, the EU could fund up to 75% of the eligible costs of your business project.
This call for proposals aims to 'tackle youth unemployment by helping young people create and work in co-operatives'.
The fund is also available to those 'creating dedicated programmes, schemes and training modules for young people to set up and manage co-operative enterprises.'
The project can last up to 12 months and the EU will fund up to 70% of the total cost of the action. The closing date for this proposal is 30th June, 2016.
The objective of this proposal is 'to improve the participation of SMEs in tenders, especially across borders.'
This should be achieved through 'the actions of intermediate organisations supporting SME participation in public procurement.'
The project must begin at the beginning of December 2016, and the EU will fund up to 75% of eligible costs. The closing date for this proposal is 28th July, 2016.
The objective of this proposal is 'to increase the number of Women Business Angels....and make Women Business Angels services available to as many European countries as possible.'
The general aims of Women Business Angels, (WBAs) is to encourage female-lead entrepreneurship, particularly through education and training.
The project can last up to 24 months, and the EU will fund up to 70% of the total cost of the action. The closing date for this proposal is 28th July, 2016.
Full details of current EU calls for proposals can be found here