Statistics: First Seed Money applications
23 Feb 2017

32 applications for Seed Money were submitted to Interreg Baltic Sea Region last week. These small grants are meant to stimulate and enable preparation of new transnational projects implementing EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR). The submitted applications represent important topics from almost all policy areas and horizontal actions of the EUSBSR Action Plan. This outcome of the first call for Seed Money within Interreg Baltic Sea Region shows that there is demand for such grants.

Seed Money
Applications in the EUSBSR horizontal actions (orange) and objectives: connect the region (dark blue), increase prosperity (green) and save the sea (light blue).
Applications in the EUSBSR horizontal actions (orange) and objectives: connect the region (dark blue), increase prosperity (green) and save the sea (light blue).

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