Romania’s Business Environment Ministry announced that the second edition of the Start-Up Nation programme will open in the second decade of December 2018 on the aippimm.ro website, according to Romania-Insider.com.
The state will give RON 200,000 (EUR 43,000) to each recipient – newly established small or medium-sized enterprise, Capital.ro reported.
The updated templates for documents required for online registration in the Start-Up Nation program, 2018 edition, was published on the Ministry’s website. The documents include a business plan template and statements confirming the eligibility of the candidate firm.
“We encourage entrepreneurs to draw up business plans based on published documents and be ready to file them when the online platform opens in the second part of December. We work on the adoption of the draft Government Ordinance on this topic this week,” said Minister for the Business Environment Radu Oprea.
The grants of up to a maximum of RON 200,000 per recipient may account for 100% of the value of the eligible costs of the projects (including VAT for non-paying companies). The enrolment in the program, requesting the grant agreement principle and filling in the business plan in order to obtain funding are made on-line. The application will remain open for 30 days.
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