• Do you want to expand your current business or start a new one?
  • Are you interested in increasing the competitiveness of your business by doing e-commerce through online sales?
  • Seeking help in implementing start-up strategy and business development?
  • Do you want to diversify your business and be more competitive?
  • Are you interested in participating in international exhibitions abroad?
  • Looking for valuable tips on how to run your business more efficiently and effectively?
  • Are you interested in lowering your electricity bills at your current business location?
  • Do you want to digitally improve your company’s operations?
  • Do you have a business operating in the manufacturing or tourism sector and are looking to take advantage of the latest technology?

If you answered yes to at least one of the above, then come speak to us.

New cut-off dates for ERDF co-financed Grant Schemes

Under the Malta Structural Funds programme (2014-2020), a total of EUR 51 million has been allocated in grants to businesses. The overall objective of the program across the EU is to promote jobs, growth and create a better quality of life in Europe.

On June 22nd, the government announced new dates for submitting applications for non-repayable grants co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). As a local business owner this gives you the opportunity to grow your business.

Several grant schemes are currently available, including:

The latest currently available cut-off date to access these grants is end of December 2022.

RRP co-financed Grant Schemes recently launched

Under the Recovery and Resilience Plan (RRP) for Malta (2020-2025), approximately EUR 85 million has been allocated in grants to businesses. The RRP is an instrument backed by the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) under the Next Generation EU, the EU’s response to the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. The overall objective of the RRF is to support the recovery in the aftermath of the pandemic with investments in the green and digital transitions.

Recently, the government announced a set of measures and is inviting applications for non-repayable grants co-financed by the RRF. These measures can help your business to achieve energy efficiency and digital transformation, including use of emerging technologies. Currently, the following measures are available:

The closing date for the SME Digitalisation and the Digital Intensification measures is the 16th of December 2022.

There is also another scheme which enables the ‘Purchase of New Electric Vehicles’ by small, medium and large enterprises under certain circumstances and conditions. Get in touch with us if you’re interested to hear more about this.

The definition of an SME applicable to most of the above schemes is further explained here

How can Ewropa Consultancy help your business?

If you are interested to know more, we are here to help! Contact us now and we will help you achieve your goals and ambitions.

To find out how your business can benefit from such programs, please contact our General Manager, Stefan Spiteri at ss@ewropa.mt