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Stakeholders present New Entrepreneurship Support Scheme

The Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) as the Coordinator of Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) Cyprus, in collaboration with the Ministry of Energy, Commerce, and Industry and the Limassol Chamber of Commerce & Industry, recently held an Information Day to present the New Entrepreneurship Support Scheme.

The purpose of the event was to provide an opportunity for interested parties to address any questions before the start of proposal submissions. The event was open to the public.

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The Ministry of Energy, Trade and Industry announced the New Entrepreneurship Support Scheme which is included in the "Th.Al.E.I.A" Program 2021-2027 and is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) .PA), the European Social Fund (E.K.T+) of the E.U. and the Republic of Cyprus.

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The Plan aims to develop, support and promote entrepreneurship by emphasizing special population groups such as young people and women who wish to be active in business in the manufacturing, services and tourism sectors.

The announcement, which is in Greek, can be found here

For more information contact via email: eency@ccci.org.cy

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