The Measures and Support Division within the Ministry for European Affairs and Equality notifies that it has relocated its offices to new premises and is now situated at the following address:
Measures and Support Division
St Calcedonius Square
The Division reminds interested applicants that the Business Enhance ERDF Grant Schemes initiative is now at an advanced stage of implementation and there are 10 open Calls for applications under all the ERDF Grant Schemes and the periodical cut-off dates till end 2018 for all these Calls are published.
Any investments planned to be undertaken by eligible enterprises should be duly considered against the eligible criteria as outlined in each respective Grant Scheme Guidance Notes and project applications (supported by a robust Business Plan) may be submitted for consideration to be supported through the provision of a non-repayable grant to part-finance eligible costs.
The Measures and Support Division provides continuous information and assistance to potential applicants through its Helpdesk which can be reached by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 2200 1100/2295 7110, the Business Enhance website on www.businessenhance.gov.mt, as well as through Information Sessions which are held periodically. The next Information Sessions are being organised as follows:
· Wednesday, 26th September between 13.00 and 15.00 hours;
· Wednesday, 24th October between 15.00 and 17.00 hours;
· Wednesday, 21st November between 15.00 and 17.00 hours.
These three Information Sessions are going to be held at the Business First Offices in Mriehel and potential applicants may seek further information and register their interest to participate through the Business Enhance website www.businessenhance.gov.mt
The Business Enhance ERDF Grant Schemes are part-financed through the European Regional Development Fund with an 80 per cent co-financing rate from EU Funds and 20 per cent from National Funds.