ASSISTANCE TO BUSINESSES DURING THE SECOND QUARANTINE IS BETTER TARGETED AND FASTER, A SURVEY SHOWS
Current asistance to businesses is more oriented to sectors most affected by COVID-19: catering and travel sectorsare getting more according to analysis of business support subsidies during the first and the second quarantine.
LVPA TERMINATES THE CONTRACT OF JAUSMOMATIS PROJECT
Based on findings of additional breach inquiry and with approval by ministry of economics and innovation, Lithuanian Business Support Agency (LVPA) has terminated Jausmomatis (device to measure feelings) project.
PROJECTS NOMINATED FOR EUROPEAN SALES AWARDS: FROM BIOGAS TO CHLORINELESS POOLS WATER
Lithuanian Business Support agency (LVPA) has nominated 7 projects for best EU investment projects contest European Sales 2021. Projects were about innovative technologies, environment friendly solutions and unconventional small business undertakings.
THE GUIDE DAY IS COMING: PART OF TOURISM PROJECTS CONTINUE
On February 21 world celebrates international guide day. Lithuanian Business Support Agency (LVPA) reminds that when pandemic is over travellers are going to have number of new opportunities. Even in lockdown tourism projects are being implemented.
MORE THAN EUR 20 M EU INVESTMENT INTO SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGICAL ECO INNOVATIONS PROJECTS
Ministry of economics and innovation has allocated EUR 21.28 m from EU investment project Eco-Innovations LT+ to finance 27 projects by very small, small and medium companies to implement sustainable technological eco innovations.
EU funds business digitization: it is recommended to allocate EUR 60 m
Lithuanian Business Support Agency (LVPA) evaluated applications by country companies for EU structural funds and recommended ministry of economics and innovation to finance audit and implementation of digitization technologies.
LVPA assesed projects aimed to promote small capacity biofuel cogeneration
Lithuanian Business Support Agency (LVPA) approved four projects for small capacity biofuel cogeneration power plants and recommend Ministry of Energy to allocate funding of EUR 8.4 m. Companies have asked for EUR 19.3 m from EU structural funds.
Additional EUR 81 m allocated for improvement of innovative goods and services
Ministry of Economics and Innovation allocated additional EUR 81 m to 120 Lithuanian companies from the reserve list to implement innovations in business and improve innovative goods and services from EU investment program Experiment.