NRCC and Bacau City Hall have the pleasure to invite you attend a practical presentation that will give you a complete overview upon the recent updates and best practices on EU Funds, a valuable financing source, both for public sectors and private investors.
In 2016, the Ministry of EU funds announced new calls, where public institutions and private companies can submit projects to access grants for different types of investments. For the following 2-3 years, organizations can build human capital and develop their activities with the help of EU non-reimbursable funding. But what will 2017 bring in terms of new project opportunities, as well as procedures?
The event will take place at Mircea Cancicov business centre from 18:30, starting with a Welcome & Registration 30 minutes session.
The presentation (held in Romanian) is followed then by a Cocktail Drink, offering the chance for making new business connections and sharing ideas.
By attending this presentation, you will find out, directly from experienced consultants:
• Conditions to fulfil in order to be granted access to EU funds
• Is your organisation eligible to apply for EU grants
• Types of projects/investments/costs that are financed through EU grants
• How does it look the process of developing and implementing such a project
On behalf NRCC, present at the event will be: Mr. Bas van Hese (NRCC President and Country Manager Fokker Engineering Romania, Dutch company, leading global aerospace specialist – interview with Bas here ), Mr. Maurits Dohmen (NRCC Executive Director), Mr. Andre Muit (President, Betania Association, NRCC Member – interview with Andre here) and the guest speakers: Mrs. Irina Zugravu (Managing Partner VAPRO Romania & Board Member NRCC) and Mr. Ionut Tata (Managing Partner Icerberg Consulting, NRCC member).
More details about the speakers are available here.
Free access. Register at firstname.lastname@example.org, until 23rd of February.
NRCC is one of the most active bilateral chambers in Romania. Since 2006, by means of dedicated events and industry-focused projects, we support and promote the Dutch-Romanian business community. After 10 years of activity, NRCC network now includes 180+ members, representing 20+ industries. More details are available on our website www.nrcc.ro.