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Commission calls for eco-innovation projects from SMEs by Ina Dimireva — last modified 13 April 2010, 23:51 CET
The European Commission today launched a €35 million call for projects that turn environmental challenges into business opportunities.
Guide to European Funding for the Non Profit Sector 2011-2012 by EUbusiness — last modified 19 May 2011, 23:37 CET
This fully revised and updated guide constitutes more than ever an essential 210 page handbook giving information on: - EU FUNDING - How is the EU’s budget decided upon? What does it take to be a successful EU fundraiser? - FOUNDATIONS - How can your organization receive co-funding from independent foundations and corporations? (Note that projects are rarely 100% funded by the European Commission). - STRUCTURAL FUNDS, COHESION FUND AND PRE-ACCESSION AID - How do Structural funds work and how can they be accessed? How can you increase your chances of accessing Structural Funds? (Includes a special note on the pre-accession financial instruments and the New Neighbourhood Instrument). - INTERNAL BUDGET LINES - Which lines are open to NGOs? Who to contact? Areas covered include Environment, Energy, Education and Culture, health, Employment & social affairs, Media, Civil Society, Enterprise, etc. -EXTERNAL BUDGET LINES - Which lines are open to NGOs? Is your organization eligible? Who to contact and what to do to apply? (Includes a note on co-operation with specific geographical areas such as with the ACP, Latin America and Asia, Mediterranean countries, Eastern Europe and Central Asia, South East Europe, and Central and Eastern Europe). In addition to providing a comprehensive look into European Fundraising, this Guide offers an important list of tips and contacts, which will allow you, and your organization, to easily find your way through the EU funding labyrinth. Unlike similar publications, which frequently represent a considerable financial investment, ECAS Guide’s is sold at a price that is comfortable and affordable. We offer you to buy the guide and become a “friend of ECAS” for only 50€. For this you will receive a monthly review of EU development relevant to the non-profit sector, alerts to opportunities of making your voice heard in the EU and a monthly or bi-monthly summary of all open calls for tenders or calls for proposals.
EU Court shakes up transparency laws in favour of beneficiaries of CAP funding by Leopold Gasteen — last modified 10 December 2010, 00:37 CET
On 9 November 2010, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that the publlication of the names and information of the beneficiarries of the European Agricultural fund, and the exact amount recieved, constitutes a disproportionate measure with respect to the provisions on transparency.
EC greenlights aid for UK farmers by Ina Dimireva — last modified 30 March 2010, 23:41 CET
The European Commission has authorised a temporary scheme granting aid of up to EUR 15,000 to British farmers.
EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Regional Cooperation-First call for proposals by EUbusiness — last modified 31 January 2018, 23:32 CET
The Financial Mechanism Office (FMO) - the secretariat of the EEA and Norway Grants - has announced the first call for proposals for transnational projects under the new EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Regional Cooperation.
EU external migration spending in Southern Mediterranean and Eastern Neighbourhood countries until 2014 - ECA Special Report No 9/2016 by EUbusiness — last modified 17 March 2016, 20:13 CET
This report deals with the two main financing instruments (TPMA and ENPI) of the external dimension of the EU's common migration policy which aims to provide effective management of migration flows in partnership with countries of origin and transit. This report examines whether the spending of both instruments had clear objectives and whether it had been effective and well-coordinated. We found that overall, the instruments provided no clear strategy by which to identify their contribution to objectives and thus it is unclear what they intend to achieve at EU level. It was often difficult to measure the results achieved by EU spending and the contribution of migration to development was difficult to assess. The policy is characterised by complex governance, insufficient coordination and the absence of a funding overview that specified who finances what between the European Commission and EU Member States.
EU development aid EUR 75.5 billion in 2016 by EUbusiness — last modified 18 April 2017, 11:38 CET
The European Union and its Member States have consolidated their place as the world's leading aid donor, with official aid reaching EUR 75 bn in 2016, according to new figures.
Facilitating Transfer of Business - Guidebook Series: Hands-on advice for SMEs by EUbusiness — last modified 26 June 2013, 18:55 CET
A Smart Guide on promoting and supporting the transfer of businesses with the help of EU structural funds
The Smart Guide to Service Innovation - Guidebook Series: Hands-on advice for SMEs by EUbusiness — last modified 26 June 2013, 18:59 CET
How to better capitalise on service innovation for regional structural change and industrial modernisation
Panorama Magazine Nr 40 - Winter 2011/2012 - Cohesion Policy 2014-2020 investing in Europe's Regions by Ina Dimireva — last modified 27 January 2012, 12:06 CET
Panorama Magazine is the quarterly magazine of the actors of regional development. This edition of Panorama gives you an overview of the Commission’s proposals for cohesion policy after 2013 as well as comments from some of the key stakeholders.
EIOPA Report on the fifth Quantitative Impact Study (QIS5) by Ina Dimireva — last modified 28 March 2011, 16:21 CET
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) published the QIS5 report on 14 March 2011. QIS5 is the fifth and last full quantitative impact study before the Solvency II regime is implemented and the publication of the QIS5 report represents a key milestone in the finalisation of the Solvency II project. Solvency II will introduce on 1 January 2013 a modern, economic and risk-based regulation of insurance and reinsurance in all Member States.
A guide to EBRD financing by Ina Dimireva — last modified 02 March 2011, 13:37 CET
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) finances projects in 27 countries from central Europe to central Asia. This guide outlines the various forms of financing available from the EBRD. It explains how the financing is provided, the types of projects supported by the Bank and how a project is processed.
EU looks to key partnerships to help tackle migrant crisis by EUbusiness — last modified 07 June 2016, 19:09 CET
A new focus on third country partnerships in conjunction with development aid to tackle the root causes of migration was promised by the EU Commission in a new plan set out Tuesday.
New EU measures to ease access to structural funds by Ina Dimireva — last modified 25 June 2010, 19:09 CET
The EU adopted yesterday new measures aimed at simplifying management rules for the structural and cohesion funds to help regions tackle the crisis. The changes should help to facilitate access to the funds and accelerate flows of investment at a time when public budgets are under pressure.
Access to EU finance by EUbusiness — last modified 02 May 2013, 17:49 CET
This site will help you to apply for finance supported by the European Union. To access EU finance, click on your country to locate banks or venture capital funds that provide finance supported by the EU.
European Investment Project Portal (EIPP) by EUbusiness — last modified 01 June 2016, 23:57 CET
Are you a project promoter based in the EU, and want to reach potential investors worldwide? Register your project in the European Investment Project Portal (EIPP) and boost its visibility to a large network of international investors! Or are you an investor looking for investment opportunities in areas such as energy efficiency, transport, healthcare, renewable energy, broadband infrastructure or in financing SMEs? The European Investment Project Portal (EIPP) - the meeting place for project promoters and investors - offers a broad choice of viable projects.
Experts propose simpler access to EU funds by EUbusiness — last modified 11 July 2017, 15:52 CET
Faced with the prospect of Brexit and a diminishing EU Budget, a group of independent Cohesion Policy experts presented its final report Tuesday for a simplified EU funds framework after 2020.
EU looks to extend flagship investment plan by EUbusiness — last modified 02 June 2016, 00:08 CET
The European Commission looked Wednesday to extend its flagship Investment Plan for Europe beyond 2018, hailing its achievements in creating jobs and 'getting Europe investing again'.
LIFE programme: EUR 222 m for environment, nature and climate action by EUbusiness — last modified 28 September 2017, 23:08 CET
The Commission approved Thursday an EU investment package of EUR 222 million to support Europe's transition to more sustainable and low-carbon future under the LIFE programme for the Environment and Climate Action.
France-Spain energy link receives EUR 578m EU funding by EUbusiness — last modified 29 January 2018, 23:11 CET
EUR 578 m of EU money is to be channelled into a major electricity interconnection project between Spain and France, as part of the EU's Connecting Europe Facility infrastructure investment instrument.