In July 2023, the Alpine Space Programme opens its second call for the submission of classic projects. Until 13 October 2023 applicants can submit a project proposal within the first step (overall two-step application procedure). More information on our website! To support all applicants and interested parties, Germany offers the opportunity to exchange information directly with the National Contact Point (ACP) as well as representatives of the Joint Secretariat (JS) at a national information event on 25th July 2023. Participants will receive concrete advice and assistance on how to submit an application and how to implement the project and have the chance to meet our German ACP Lisa Horn in person. The info day will be held together with the Danube Region Programme. Therefore participants have the chance to learn about two transnational Interreg B programmes in one day.
When: Tuesday, 25 July 2023, 10:00 -15:00
The venue is the Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Arbeit und Tourismus Baden-Württemberg in Stuttgart (Neues Schloss, Schlossplatz 4).
The information event is a physical event and offers the opportunity to meet potential partners and to network. The event will be in German!
The following topics are planned:
- Information on the second call for projects of the Alpine Space Programme and the Danube Region Programme, e.g. timetable and eligibility criteria
- Information on project quality, e.g. partner consortium and transnational added value
- Information on the application process, e.g. applicant platform JEMS
- Information on project implementation, such as reporting procedures, eligibility rules, etc.
Don’t miss the opportunity to interact directly and personally with the contact points of the programmes as well as representatives of the J)! After a light lunch, you will also have the opportunity to take advantage of individual consultations.
Registration is open until 21 July, 12:00 at the following link: https://www.alpine-space.eu/national-pages/germany-landingpage/registrierung-nationaler-infotag/
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