The various operational programmes have progressed to different stages in their implementation. The Transport OP has been virtually completely allocated, and not much is left under the Human Resources and Employment OP. The granting of contributions has also progressed under regional operational programmes (the farthest under the Southeast ROP). On the other hand, relatively much money remains under the Research and Development for Innovation OP, which is attributable to its delayed start and a large proportion of the applications now being evaluated.
KB EU Point provides KB's clients with assistance in the implementation of subsidised projects. Relationship managers will search, free of charge, for subsidy schemes appropriate for each specific project and the bank's EU Point regional specialists will provide detailed consultations. Specialised companies with proven experience and expertise then prepare applications for subsidies and take care of complete project administration. The selection of a particular company is left up to the client at all times. The bankers also recommend the optimum project financing, compliant with the subsidy conditions. More information can be obtained from a relationship manager or at www.eupoint.cz.
Conditions for using EU Point Index:
The Index can be freely distributed subject to bearing the designation “EU Point Index” and indicating the source, “Komerční banka” (in the case of online media, with an active link to http://www.eupoint.cz).
The EU Point Index is based on aggregate data on the main subsidy schemes intended for applicants, covering the preceding month.
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