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The Small Grant Schemes are divided into “Development of Green Innovation and Information and Communication Technology Products” and “Development of Quality of Life Supporting Technologies”. The objective of the activity is to promote the development of new products or technologies. Eligible enterprise are those who qualify as micro, small or medium-sized enterprises. During the implementation of a Small Grant Scheme project, the recipient of co-financing needs to develop a prototype of at least one new product or technology that is not intended for commercial use.
Eligible enterprises are those who qualify as micro, small or medium-sized enterprises.
Support per project from EUR 10,000 to EUR 130,000 with an aid intensity of:
To qualify for co-financing a project, the applicant must meet the following requirements at the time of being granted aid:
If the aid is granted to the applicant in accordance with Commission Regulation No. 651/2014 (other than de minimis aid), then in addition to the requirements set out above, an applicant who does not qualify as an enterprise in difficulty as defined in Article 2(18) of Commission Regulation No. 651/2014 at the time the aid is granted may qualify for co-financing.2
As part of the small grant scheme, a project can also be submitted in cooperation with a project partner that can be any public or private body, commercial or non-commercial and non-governmental organisation registered as a legal entity in the Kingdom of Norway or the Republic of Latvia. If the applicant has a partner from the donor country (Norway), this criterion will grant extra points. The project partner and the applicant will work together within the framework of the project and the partner will share best practices in the development of a specific product and/or technology, knowledge in product/technology development, and perform product/technology development activities (such as the reduction of environmental indicators) to develop a variety of possible scenarios related to the development of the new product/technology in order to achieve the project’s objectives.
During the implementation of a Small Grant Scheme project, the recipient of the co-financing will develop a prototype of at least one new product or technology that is not intended for commercial use.
The Programme is regulated by Cabinet of Ministers Regulation No. 4 “Rules for the Implementation of the Norwegian Financial Mechanism Programme of the 2014-2021 period “Entrepreneurship Development, Innovations and Small and Medium Enterprises”” (adopted on 7 January 2021).
The regulations and related documentation will be published before each project submission call.
Specialising in the manufacture of medical plasters, “NordePlast” produces exportable products by using multi-functional high-performance equipment. By choosing materials from the world’s best manufacturers, products are created that the company successfully exports to various countries of the world. In 2021, in the "Export and Innovation Awards" the company was ranked 2nd in the category “Most Exportable Merchant in the Small Business Group”.
The company deals with the creation of audiovisual content – children’s TV series. One of the most recognisable faces of the company is Tuta the fox who has become a beloved friend to children in Latvia both on TV and in various events.
The smart solution monitors and compiles statistics on the physical achievements of athletes live and archives them. It measures speed, distance, physical preparedness and compiles statistics. Data is uploaded automatically in a wireless mode and in real-time allowing you to focus on what matters most – the game.
Initially developing innovative and unique prototype boat models, the company currently ensures serial production of aluminium boats in Rēzekne. Certified recreational and fishing motor boat models of the “Vizion” brand with full equipment are offered on export markets. The product is unique in the Latvian market and is exported to at least 9 countries.
The company specialises in production and trade of quality modern-design wood, wood-aluminium windows and doors, as well as furniture. An individual part of the company’s work is restoration. The company’s basic philosophy is to restore furniture by using and leaving, as much as possible, anything that is intact, repairing and restoring anything that is damaged and making anew the missing parts.
A technology company that deals with the manufacture of globally innovative video game controllers. After only three months’ work, the company received in 2019 “The Red Jackets” rising export star award “Rising Stars”, after it had, during the first three months of its operation, sent its products to more than 40 countries. The company has achieved its rapid growth by using the possibilities provided by the support instruments offered by LIAA.