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  • Business boost helps Northern Ireland’s entrepreneurs ‘Go For It’


    Entrepreneurs with a brilliant business idea but who lack the know-how to turn it into reality can get free expert advice and mentoring thanks to the ERDF-funded Go For It programme, being implemented in Northern Ireland.

    Antwerp banks on smart tech to lure consumers back into shops


    Hoping to replace the click of online shoppers’ fingers on keyboards with footfall in its retail district, the city of Antwerp is deploying a range of smart digital tools in two ERDF-funded projects.

    Smart Regions: facing the challenges of digital economy in Bilbao


    With the support of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), “AS-Fabrik” aims to increase the competitiveness of Bilbao’s (Spain) innovative economic sector by offering university students, entrepreneurs and professionals the knowledge and skills they need to keep up with the progress of the manufacturing industry and its digital transformation.

    Stories from the regions: Foodtruck GULE "Handicap? So, what!? Prague, Czech Republic


    Stories from the regions goes to Prague, the capital of Czech Republic, to introduce a special food truck. It is a social enterprise, created with the support of EU funds. The project employs people with disabilities who are preparing and selling donuts, milkshakes and coffee.

    Coronavirus response: €45 million to support Opolskie region in Poland in fighting the pandemic


    The European Commission has adopted the modification of the operational programme for the Opolskie region in Poland allowing for the reallocation of €45 million to tackle the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms, Elisa Ferreira, said: “Opolskie is joining the other Polish regions in making the best use of EU resources to support Member States tackling the health, social and economic adverse effects of the pandemic. We are making every effort to in

    Coronavirus response: €20 million to support the health sector and businesses in Poland


    Thanks to a modification of the Operational Programme for Kujawsko-Pomorskie region in Poland, nearly €20 million are now available to help tackle the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic in the country. Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms, Elisa Ferreira, said: “Kujawsko-Pomorskie is one of the hardest hit regions in Poland and this decision will provide much needed relief to companies and medical and social personnel. No region in the EU is left to face the crisis alone.&rdquo

    Discover Valga-Valka - the reunited twin town on Estonia-Latvia border


    “Exactly 100 years have passed since the tiny river Varžupīte / Konnaoja divided the town of Walk into Valga (EE) and Valka (LV). Today, in December 2020, the twin town center is united again! The motto of Valga–Valka is “One city, two states”. The project aim is the development of a joint territory to improve physical connectivity, unite both towns’ citizens, promote tourism and activate entrepreneurship. The new center is architecturally and profess

    Coronavirus response: €361 million from EU Cohesion policy to support Croatia’s economy


    The Commission has approved the modification of the Competitiveness and Cohesion Operational Programme to redirect €361 million from the Cohesion Fund to support Croatian small and medium sized enterprises struggling with the effects of the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The funding will top up the liquidity provided by a dedicated financial instrument under extremely favourable conditions. Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms Elisa Ferreira said: “The pandemic and its ec

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