FANBEST is launching a Blue Internationalisation Programme
Five businesses across the Atlantic Area will be able to access up to 10,000 EUR of funded support
FANBEST just launched a Blue Internationalisation Programme where 5 businesses across the Atlantic Area will be able to access up to 10,000 EUR of funded support.
This will include strategy planning, market research and market identification, training and will lead to a market visit.
If you are an SME operating in the Blue Economy sector for at least 3 years and your business is located within the Atlantic Area regions, don't miss this opportunity to accelerate your international growth. Applications are open until 27th May.
More information can be found here: https://www.gmchamber.co.uk/international-trade/partnering-with-us/fanbest-blue-economy-project/activity-2022-2023/
The FANBEST project aims at fostering the technology transfer to SMEs in blue biotechnology and exploitation of marine resources by creating a network of public and private entities focused on the fund raising that makes possible the start and scale-up phase.
Published on: 2022-05-20
Successful applicants can submit their application from the 31st of October (12:00 noon GMT) until the 19th of December 2016 (12:00 noon GMT)
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