On 21.04.2022, a new bill was announced for public consultation, prepared to introduce the requirements of Directive (EU) 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2019 on the protection of whistleblowers Union law.
The main aspects of the new bill are discussed in detail in this article by Kostadin Maslenishki - a legal consultant from the “New I” JSC team.
The platform explores all funding sources in one place and provides free diagnostics of project ideas. It consists of three modules: "Discovery", "Diagnostic", and "Design" - "Discovery" prepares a list of the most suitable programs for financing the concept, and "Diagnostic" evaluates the technical and market readiness of innovative project ideas. Through the third module, applications are made for the European Accelerator program, which supports the development and commercialisation of high-risk innovations with the potential to create and/or transform markets in Europe and the world in need of significant funding over a long period before they start generating returnability.
Presentation of financing opportunities to start-ups in Bulgaria under the "Innovation Norway" program. The Norwegian financial mechanism 2014-2021. accepts project proposals under the call "Support for start-ups". The program finances start-ups with concepts for developing "green" products/technologies/services, and solutions related to improving the quality of life of the elderly or people with disabilities.
We present you a business opportunity under the "LIFE" program of the European Commission in the capital "Capital". The "LIFE 2021-2027" program lists projects in two areas - environment and climate. "LIFE" consists of four subprogrammes - "Nature and Biodiversity", "Circular Economy and Quality of Life", "Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation", and "Transition to Clean Energy". The eligible budget of the project is within 2-10 million euros, and the grant may reach up to 60% of it.
"New I" JSC signed a grant agreement No. BG16RFOP002-2.073-1848-C01 under the project "Overcoming the shortage of funds and the lack of liquidity that occurred as a result of the epidemic outbreak of COVID-19". The contract is under procedure BG16RFOP002-2.073 "Support of micro and small enterprises to overcome the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic", and it is financed by the Operational Program "Innovations and Competitiveness" 2014-2020, co-financed by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund.