One third of approved concept notes result from EUSBSR seed money
Interreg Baltic Sea Region recently invited 25 seed money partnerships to submit a full application this summer. Thus, almost one third of the 81 Interreg Baltic Sea Region concept notes going to the second application step evolved from an EUSBSR seed money project. In total, 282 concept notes had been submitted. Out of those, 41 came from EUSBSR seed money projects.
EUSBSR objectives well covered
The successful concept notes from EUSBSR seed money are well distributed among the EUSBSR objectives “Save the Sea” (10 concept notes), “Increase Prosperity” (6) and “Connect the region” (5) as well as the horizontal actions (4). They cover those priority areas and horizontal actions that fit by their thematic scope to the funding priorities of Interreg Baltic Sea Region.
Seed money brings forward flagship projects
Overall, seed money from different sources has helped to bring forward a substantial number of concept notes for Interreg Baltic Sea Region with a good potential to become EUSBSR flagship projects, i.e. 33 out of 81 concept notes selected for the second application step. 22 of these have received seed money funding from one of the sources listed in the chart below.