The fourth call for seed money applications is closed. The Seed Money Facility has received 50 applications. 45 applications met the minimum technical criteria and will be assessed. The projects cover 12 policy areas and two horizontal actions. The applicants request in total 1.8 million EUR funding. More than half of the projects are led by German and Finnish lead applicants.
During January-February 2016 the Seed Money Committee will decide which projects are to receive funding. The available funds will allow supporting approximately 28 projects. The next EUSBSR seed money call will take place in the frame of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region.
Seed money is EU funding to prepare projects that contribute to one of the priority areas or horizontal actions of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. For more info on seed money projects and Seed Money Facility go to seed.eusbsr.eu.