WEBINAR: How are EU programmes and projects affected by COVID-19?

The main COVID-19 measures taken at EU level in terms of funding programmes and EU projects implementation will be summarized on the 5th May in an online webinar presented by Marie Latour at the Spanish Chamber of Commerce.

There have been many measures since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis announced by the EC and it can be difficult to find its way through all of them. ZABALA Innovation Consulting as an expert in European funding has been monitoring the development of such interventions. We invite you to a webinar to provide with a comprehensive overview of these actions which will be held online on 5th May of 2020 from 10:00 to 11:00.

The aim of this webinar is to learn what all these measures are and how you can benefit from any of them in your daily activity. Marie Latour, Head of ZABALA Brussels Office will speak about Extension of State Aids; Extension of EU proposals deadlines; Multiannual Financial Framework decision affected by COVID-19; EU Commission temporary support to Member States to support the financial Crisis; Additional funding opportunities for viral research and the application of Article 51 in case of Force Majeure for EU projects.


1. Review of main COVID-19 measures taken at EU level in terms of funding, programmes and EU projects implementation

2. Q & A session

The webinar is organized by the Official Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Belgium and Luxembourg which is publicly recognized as one of the most prestigious dialogue tribunes between companies and European Institutions, based in Brussels and Luxembourg.


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