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Are you a local authority, SME, charity or other small organisation looking for funding?

Micro Projects are a great way for businesses across the British and French Channel area to partner up to run small-scale cross-border projects that can have a real impact in your local region.

Micro Projects have a fantastic co-financing rate of 80% to ensure you get your project off the ground. In addition to the significant level of funding, there is a support network of regional facilitators who are there to guide you through every step of the application process.

What are the key Micro Project facts?

* Your project idea must fit within one of the Programme's 5 specific objectives.

* Open to all local authorities, SMEs, charities and organisations employing less than 50 people with an annual turnover of Euro 10 million or less.

* Maximum project budget of Euro 500,000.

* Maximum length of project - 27 months.

* There must be one partner from each country within the Programme area (Maximum of 5 partners).

The next call for Micro Project applications is 21st March - 10th April 2018.

For more information and to find your local representative please visit:

https://tinyurl.com/y7mdnvpe

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Posted 2018-01-08 17:16:14

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