SMEs to get European Commission funds

September 12th, 2019 – Small and medium enterprises using technology to solve local problems are set to access funds and professional assistance to expand their operations from the European Commission (EC).

The EC has set up a Sh286 million fund that will facilitate establishment of an Africa-Europe Innovation Partnership (AEIP) .EC Director for International Co-operation Maria Cristina said the AEIP platform will see African startups access the European startups’ ecosystem thereby linking them to same line private sector players and investors.

More…https://www.nation.co.ke/business/SMEs-to-get-European-Commission-funds/996-5271002-gya45e/index.html

Written by Daily Nation

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