Submission of EPANEK’s new “e-retail” application commences on 22/2/2021 with the aim of subsidizing SMEs for creating or upgrading an e-shop.
The Deputy Minister of Development and Investment, Mr. Giannis Tsakiris, today signed an invitation to submit an application for EPANEK’s new “e-retail” initiative.
The aim of the new initiative is to support the performance of SMEs during the coronavirus epidemic (COVID-19), increase the degree of integration of digital technology and its digital transformation, to prevent congestion in their buildings and ensure its continuity. economic activity.
With the new initiative, whose budget is 80 million Euros, costs up to 5,000 euros are subsidized for creating or upgrading an e-shop for retail companies and more than 1
8,000 companies in the industry are expected to benefit.
Beneficiaries of the move are medium-sized, small and medium-sized companies operating in the retail sector (mainly KAD or KAD with higher incomes), maintaining a body shop and their operations suspended for one day from Wednesday 18 March 2020 onwards .
The companies are divided into existing ones, if established until 30/09/2019 and new ones, if established after this date.
The application deadline has been set for thirty-one (31) days, ie from 22/2/2021 to 24/3/2021.
It has been noted that the Ministry of Development and Investment continued on 11/1/2021 to pre-publish the “e-retail” act with a view to timely notification and start preparing eligible companies and in turn forming / submitting their proposals and comments, on the topic a wide range of invitations.
Therefore, based on previous consultations Steps:
• Marking is now in use, to avoid problems / errors in submitting applications due to prompt submission.
• The targeting of invitations to companies that are actively engaged in the business of Sales of various types (MAIN KAD or KAD with higher revenue) is special.
• Emphasis is placed on the companies that are most affected, so that companies that have significantly reduced their sales are at the top of the relevant list
Priority is given to traders who maintain a real shop as they are most affected by traffic restrictions for citizens / consumers
• It is allowed to run the store online through a “host” on a large and secure website
• Early online implementation is no longer required, as companies will be given six (6) months after joining to implement their project.
Apply for funding
For funding of this Act, it is required to submit an electronic application to the Government Assistance Information System (www.ependyseis.gr/mis) which will be attached, inter alia, to the following:
• Job Activity Report (KAD) and publication of the company’s Personal Information via gsis.gr website
• Information responsible for SME capacity filling and compliance requirements
• Data and tax forms with clear indication of their electronic submission / publication.
The initiative is funded by the European Development Fund (ERDF) of the European Union and from national resources.
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