As of 16 July, the Lithuanian Business Support Agency (LBSA) has been accepting applications for funding projects under the measure ‘Kūrybiniai čekiai Covid-19’ (Creative Vouchers Covid-19) for original product solutions – the development and deployment of non-technological innovations.

On 3 August, the LBSA invited all those interested in this instrument to remote training via the Zoom platform. The event attracted a lot of interest with as many as 150 participants registered.

Algirdas Orantas, a design and branding expert, spoke about design integrity during the webinar, and Monika Kemežytė-Vaitiekūnienė, Deputy Head of the Business Sustainability Projects Division, gave a detailed and comprehensive presentation of the Creative Vouchers Covid-19 measure. The subtleties of the state aid requirements were explained by Rasa Mockutė, Senior Expert of the Project Development and Evaluation Division. Throughout the event, participants were able to ask questions and receive answers.

Of those who completed the questionnaire distributed after the event, 65% indicated that they were planning to apply.

The slides of the presentations of the event (together with questions from the webinar participants and answers to them) are available here.
You can watch a video of the event here (Facebook) and here (YouTube – better quality).

You can listen to the audio recording here (SoundCloud).

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