The audience of SMEs recipients of the non-repayable contribution for Made in Italy fashion is expanding. This is said by Conflavoro, who with a press release announces the publication of the decree of the Minister of Economic Development Giancarlo Giorgetti through which the category of those who can request support in the investment of design, innovation and enhancement of made in Italy products is widened.
The goal is to promote investment projects that will be carried out by companies in the plant sector present on the national territory.
The contribution is equal to 50% of the costs incurred and eligible, a total of not less than 50 thousand euros and not more than 200 thousand euros.
Each company will not be able to submit more than one application. The incentive also aims to support business investments in the design and protection of patents, as well as in the modernization process.
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