At the initial stage of the enterprise development problems can arise with the collection of necessary capital. Enough. Then you should look for other sources of financing for the companies. We represent ways to subsidize companies.
◾ Subsidies from the EU 2014-2020
In 2014-2020. Entrepreneurs and local governments are the largest beneficiaries of the EU stock market. 20 billion euros were allocated. In line with this strategy, Europe 2020. ◾ European Development Fund-its goal is to reduce the level of development of the regions in the Union and economic, social and territorial cohesion of the EU as a whole. The fund includes, among other things, support for production and infrastructure investments, as well as support provided to small and medium-sized enterprises. ◾ European Social Fund-the main goal of the fund-the fight against unemployment in member countries. Money from the European Social Fund increases employment and education opportunities. Its resources are linked to various regions and social groups, in particular to people at risk of poverty and to young people entering the labour market. ◾ The Unity Fund is a fund for Member States whose gross national income (GNI) per capita is less than 90% of the EU average. This is due to the economic and social problems associated with major investments in transport infrastructure and environmental protection. ◾ The European Agricultural Fund for the development of districts-this fund is engaged in support of transformation of agricultural structures and support of development of districts. ◾ The European Marine and Fisheries Fund supports the restructuring of fisheries in Member States. In addition, the EU has introduced four financial instruments: ◾ JASPERS and JASMINE-financial technical support in the preparation of major infrastructure projects, ◾ JEREMIE2-facilitates access to microfinance for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMES), ◾ JESSICA2 Supports the development of urban areas. The European Union’s strategy for Europe 2020 has defined its strategic goals and development priorities. Based on the so-called horizontal policy. In accordance with the policy: ◾ Sustainable Development-applications for co-financing have a higher rating. Rational and economical use of natural resources. ◾ Equal Opportunities-projects financed jointly by European funds must meet the requirements of equal opportunities. This means ensuring equal treatment for women and men. No need on grounds of age, religion or disability. ◾ Information Society-implementation of the policy the Information Society envisages the dissemination of modern information technologies in everyday life of citizens, enterprises and public administration bodies. In addition to the above-mentioned fund in 2014 – 2020. The Union provides special tools for new programs that provide additional support in various areas: the ◾ Horizon 2020 program aims to stimulate research at the highest level, support international cooperation, Innovative enterprises, etc. D. D. (80 billion euros), ◾ the COSME program is designed to facilitate access to credit and guarantee obligations (2.3 bn. Euro), ◾ the fund “connecting Europe” will become the most important source of financing strategic investments in the field of road construction, railway lines, energy networks, as well as the development of information and communication technologies (33 billion euros). ◾ Program Erasmus + is designed to facilitate the stay of young people on probation abroad, which will improve their skills and increase their employment opportunities (15 bln. Euro), ◾ the program “Creative Europe” will receive more funds from European culture, cinema, television, music, literature, theatre, cultural heritage and other related services (1.5 billion euros).
◾ Co-financing for starting a business from the employment office
The Human Resources Fund is one of the sources of subsidies for business creation. These funds are managed by separate Labour offices. Grants from FP are allocated to unemployed persons registered in the PUP. However, in order to be able to apply for funding to start a business, the applicant must meet a number of conditions.
- 12 months before the date of application:
◾ He did not do business or had no record in CEIDG; ◾ at that time he was registered as unemployed, he did not refuse (without valid reasons) in training, training, public works, and also in termination of training, probation, carrying out of public useful works or other formal assistance on Own fault. ; ◾ He did not receive any subsidy from OP or other public funds to establish companies;
- 24 months before the date of application;
- There are no unpaid ZUS contributions due to previous business activity or tax arrears to the tax Inspectorate;
- No debts or other liabilities in banks or other financial institutions (if they do not repay them regularly);
- He has not applied for a grant in another employment service.
It is required to fill in and fill in the application correctly (taking into account the business plan of future activity) taking into account the terms from top to bottom.