European funds are loans granted to citizens, companies, associations or local authorities presenting projects. To date, Italy has wasted this development opportunity by which to grow its local economies. We want to prevent any waste, delay and fraud.
Look for the European fund for you. Learn about the difference between direct and indirect funds.
WHY THEY ARE IMPORTANT
European funds offer a real opportunity for the development of a country. Each fund has a specific goal and is different from all others.It is important to know and how to make the most of them. Only a few people know, for example, that European funds change every six years. Here are a few examples of the funds for the 2014-2020 period:
Cut the energy bill
Export food farming
Invest in earthquake - resistant schools
HOW TO RECEIVE THEM
The routes to receive direct and indirect funds are different, though only a winning project can be selected. A project is a complex, time-limited, binding endeavor, which relies upon concrete resources and predetermined, specific results.
A project has predetermined beginning and end, and, therefore, a set lifespan.
A project produces a unique result.
A project relies on dedicated resources (people, time and money).
A project grows if it is supported by a development program (sheet, plan, implementation and closing report).
A project is born and developed if there are specialists behind it.
A project fits a specific context, and changes if the latter is modified.