Ukraine: Grants for small, medium and greentech businesses affected by the war
November 4, 2022

Ukraine: Grants for small, medium and greentech businesses affected by the war

The EU-funded ‘Ukrainian Business in Action’ (“Український Бізнес в Дії”) project has launched a grant competition to support small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and greentech businesses affected by the Russian war against Ukraine.

A total of 20 enterprises will be able to receive up to €50,000 for innovation, equipment and job creation.

The project is implemented under the EU4Business initiative by the European Fund for Southeast Europe Development Programme (EFSE DF) and the Green Growth Fund Technical Assistance Programme (GGF TAF), and the international consulting company CIVITTA.

Applications can be submitted via the CIVITTA online portal by 20 November.

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November 20, 2022



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