Subsidy Application for MIT Feasibility Projects 2020 are Opened
The Province of South Holland makes € 4.5 million available for the MIT subsidy, feasibility projects. A feasibility grant can be applied to map the technical and economic feasibility of an innovation project.
As of today, companies can apply for an MIT (SME innovation top sectors) subsidy to map out the technical and economic feasibility of an innovation project. Project applications must fit within the SME innovation agendas of the top sectors open in the province of South Holland. Applications can be submitted until September 10, 2020 which applies: first-come, first-served.
This subsidy scheme is part of the regular package of initiatives for a stronger economic climate in the province of South Holland in the long term.
Provincial Executive Willy de Zoete: “In South Holland, in addition to measures against the corona virus, we are also continuing to work on the future of (SME) companies and employment in our province. The province of South Holland wants to make its economy better and stronger every day. ”
Aid measures COVID-19
The province of South Holland is also currently examining whether it can take measures that are additional to the package of support measures and actions by municipalities and central government because of the corona crisis (COVID-19).