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We prepare applications for business sector support as per the European Union Fund Investment 2022-2027 action programme instruments

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Eurostars is the largest international funding programme for SMEs wishing to collaborate on R&D projects that create innovative products, processes or services for commercialisation. Your consortium must spotlight an innovative SME as the main project participant.

Choose project partners from SMEs, universities and research centres from any of the programme’s 37 participating countries.

The aim of the support measure: to encourage companies to develop innovative products, services, technologies and to become leaders in their field internationally.

Lithuanian funding body, Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA), funds R&D costs for SMEs participating in Eurostars programme.

Funded activities:

  • applied research;
  • experimental development.

Eligible costs:

  • staff costs;
  • cost of goods (current assets);
  • service costs;
  • fixed asset costs;
  • Indirect costs.

Project partners:

  1. private legal entities;
  2. research and study institutions, if they carry out the project together with an enterprise registered in the Republic of Lithuania;
  3. University hospitals.

Project duration: up to 36 months.

Amount of support: up to 300,000 Eur.

See more HERE.

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A call for business applications was launched on 07.04.2022 – 08.06.2022 under the support measure “Business development, innovation and SMEs” in the field of green industry innovation, including the bioeconomy.
The objective of the support measure is to increase the competitiveness of Lithuanian enterprises in the field of green industrial innovation, including the bioeconomy.
Potential applicants: SMEs.
Potential partners: private and public legal entities registered in the Republic of Lithuania or the Kingdom of Norway.
Supported activities: introduction of environmentally friendly new products or technologies. Funding will be provided for the deployment of technological solutions that will modernize production lines, promote waste-free production or the recycling of waste while reducing CO2 emissions or energy consumption.
Amount of support: 200 000 – 600 000 Eur.
Funding intensity: up to 50% of total eligible costs.
Project duration: up to 18 months
Eligible costs: fixed assets; goods and services; wages; missions and travel.

If relevant to you, for the application services please write to: info@esparamoscentras.lt

Potential applicants: SMEs operating in the CCI sector. Operating for at least one year, the average annual sales revenue of the own production from the activities of the CCI during the three financial years preceding the application or income from the date of registration of the enterprise (if the SME is registered less than the last 3 financial years) is not less than EUR 30 000.

 Supported activities:

Development and implementation of original design and/or marketing solutions using artistic, cultural, and creative expression and with a view to digitalization/ circular economy promotion products/services development and/or improvement of business processes (publishing, voice-over, translation, photography, filming, design, communication, etc.);

Digital/electronic platforms, etc. creation of channels for the dissemination of cultural and creative products/services (e.g. in the film, music, publishing, gaming, etc. subsectors);

Production of advanced, new forms of audiovisual, virtual, or augmented reality culture and creative products;

Transformation of CCI’s cultural and creative products/services or business processes into new forms promoting the digital or circular economy (in the publishing, gaming, design, music, etc. subsectors).

Funding intensity: up to 80%.

 Amount of support: up to EUR 800 000 per project.

If relevant to you, for the application services – https://lnkd.in/epVDmZr, please write to: info@esparamoscentras.lt

 From 31.12.2021 to 28.03.2022, applications may be submitted to representatives of cultural and creative industries (CCIs) under the support measure “Incentives to improve the infrastructure of cultural and creative industries enterprises”.

Potential applicants: The applicant is an SME operating in the CCI sector for at least two years, with an average annual sales income of its own production from the CCI activity in the last three financial years or income in the period between the date of registration of the enterprise (if the SME is registered less than the previous 3 financial years) of at least EUR 50 000.

Supported activities: development and deployment of CCI enterprise infrastructure for the development of new digital/circular economy services or products for CCIs; acquisition, development, and deployment of CCI enterprise infrastructure for the provision of CCI services/product development forms, feeds, and the deployment of digitisation/circular economy solutions; Acquisition, development, and deployment of CCI enterprise infrastructure to promote the change in the business processes of CCIs and to achieve their digitisation/circular economy solutions.

Funding intensity: up to 80 %.

Amount of support: up to EUR 800,000.

If relevant to you, for application services  https://www.esparamoscentras.lt/es-investicijos/, please write toinfo@esparamoscentras.lt

 

The EIC Accelerator supports individual Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), in particular Startups and spinout companies to develop and scaleup game-changing innovations. In some cases small mid-caps (up to 500 employees) are supported.

The EIC Accelerator provides substantial financial support with:
– grant funding (non-dilutive) of up to €2.5 million for innovation development costs,
– investments (direct equity investments) of up to €15 million managed by the EIC Fund for scale up and other relevant costs.

In addition, EIC selected companies receive coaching, mentoring, access to investors and corporates, and many other opportunities as part of the EIC community.

The EIC welcomes applications from innovators in all EU Member States and countries associated to the Horizon Europe programme. It particularly welcomes applications from startups and SMEs with female CEOs.

For assistance in preparing applications write to: info@esparamoscentras.lt

Support to research teams to research or develop an emerging breakthrough technology.

With its Pathfinder programme the EIC supports the exploration of bold ideas for radically new technologies. It welcomes the high-risk / high gain and interdisciplinary cutting-edge science collaborations that underpin technological breakthroughs.

Applicants participating in EIC Pathfinder projects are typically visionary scientists, entrepreneurial researchers and, research organisations, start-ups, high-tech SMEs and industrial stakeholders interested in technological research and innovation.

Projects typically involve consortia of researchers and other partners from at least three different countries, but there are also opportunities for individual teams and small consortia (two partners).

Grants of up to 3 to 4 million euro support early stage development of future technologies (e.g. various activities at low Technology Readiness Levels 1-3), up to proof of concept. Pathfinder projects can also receive additional funding for testing the innovation potential of their research outputs.

For assistance in preparing applications write to: info@esparamoscentras.lt

EIC Transition funds innovation activities that go beyond the experimental proof of principle in laboratory to supports both:

– the maturation and validation of your novel technology in the lab and in relevant application environments
– the development of a business case and (business) model towards the innovation’s future commercialisation.

Grants of up to €2.5million and more are available to validate and demonstrate technology in application-relevant environment and develop market readiness.
EIC Transition has open funding for projects in any field of science or technology as well as challenge driven funding on specific strategic fields.

Single applicants (SMEs, spin-offs, start-ups, research organisations, universities) or small consortia (max 5 partners) may apply.

For assistance in preparing applications write to: info@esparamoscentras.lt

Horizon Europe is the EU’s key funding programme for research and innovation until 2027.

It tackles climate change, helps to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and boosts the EU’s competitiveness and growth.

It creates jobs, fully engages the EU’s talent pool, boosts economic growth, promotes industrial competitiveness and optimises investment impact within a strengthened European Research Area.

Legal entities from the EU and associated countries can participate.

All funding information and procedures on how to apply see here.

For consultations during the preparation of the application write to: info@esparamoscentras.lt

Commission has adopted its Partnership Agreement with Lithuania, laying down Lithuania’s investment strategy worth €6.4 billion in cohesion policy funding for the period 2021-2027. The cohesion policy funds will continue to support Lithuania’s regions in promoting economic, social and territorial cohesion, supporting key EU priorities such as the green and digital transition. The funds will also contribute to the country’s competitive, innovative and sustainable growth.

For a greener and more innovative Lithuania

Lithuania has planned over €2.1 billion (almost 33% of the total) in investments to support the green transition in line with the EU Green Deal, ultimately contributing to the country’s energy security. In particular, the country aims to renovate 4,000 multi-apartment buildings, and to work towards its national targets of 50% of electricity and 67% of heating to be produced from renewable sources. A sizeable share of funds will be devoted to the protection of biodiversity, and the development of the circular economy and sustainable, environment friendly transport.

Lithuania will also allocate €954 million in transforming its economy by investing in research and innovation, cooperation between science and business, and the commercialisation of knowledge. Priority will be given to the deployment of digital cutting-edge technologies to increase productivity and overall competitiveness of small and medium businesses.

More social cohesion

Lithuania will strongly promote social cohesion, with more than €1.8 billion (corresponding to about 29%) allocated to this objective. The funds will help implement the country-specific recommendations to Lithuania of 2020 in the context of the European Semester. These include recommendations on reducing poverty and income inequality by improving the design of the tax and benefit system and providing better access to good quality social and health services.

Lithuania will also improve access to inclusive education services, especially for those most in need. The country plans to use the EU funds to continue the transition from institutional to community-based care services. The investments will allow more people to acquire labour market relevant skills necessary for the digital and green transition. Support for food and basic material assistance will be provided to the most vulnerable.

Involving local citizens in developing projects on the ground

Around €962 million are dedicated to supporting sustainable urban development and the integrated territorial development in rural and non-urban areas. Citizens and local administrations will be involved and put more at the centre of decision making, from drafting territorial strategies to the project implementation on the ground.

Sustainable fishery

The fisheries programme, worth around €61 million, will improve the conditions for fishing activities and contribute to reducing the environmental impact of fishing. It will also support data collection and implementation of control measures.

Background

The Partnership Agreement covers the cohesion policy funds: the European Regional and Development Fund – ERDF; the European Social Fund Plus – ESF+; the Cohesion Fund – CF; the Just Transition Fund – JTF; and the European Maritime Fisheries and Aquaculture Fund – EMFAF.

The Partnership Agreement with Lithuania paves the way for the implementation on the ground and covers 11 programmes: 3 national and 8 INTERREG programmes (concerning cross-border cooperation). Moreover, it establishes the eligibility and implementation of the Just Transition Fund in the regions with carbon-intensive industrial facilities most negatively impacted by the climate transition.

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