The European has released an updated “A beginner’s guide to EU funding”, which introduces the EU funding opportunities available in the period 2014-2020.
The guide presents an overview of the EU funding options according to the main categories of potential beneficiaries: small companies (SMEs), non-governmental organisations (NGOs), young people, researchers, farmers and public bodies. It also briefly explains how and where to apply.
There’s a big pool of funding available to organisations from the European Union. It is a source of finance that can often be overlooked, often being seen as an overly bureaucratic protracted process, which could potentially waste time and resources. But with the right amount of time and planning devoted to the application process, it could work out as an invaluable source of funding.