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This website should help the applicants for subventions and structural funds and structural instruments in Romania to select the programmes that are launched between 2014-2020. All companies and governments that are planning investments should check the possibility for funding (subventions)) in Romania with Structural Funds of Structural Instruments or State Aid programms. Visit the different sections under the menu above and learn about funding and subvention possibilities in Romania for your investments. We have been working with EU funds and subventions and State Aid programms for more then 13 year in Romania. We are happy to see the third period in operation.

subventions: Structural funds and structural instruments in Romania 2014 - 2020

Here is a list of the operational programs:

- Operational program for human capital POCU

- Operational program for large infrastructure POIM

- Operational program for the regional development POR

- Operational program for economic competitivity POC

- Operational program for technical assistance POAT

- Operational program for administration capacity POCA

- State Aid programs


The draft law for the approval of Government Emergency Ordinance no. 10 of 27 January 2017 to encourage the establishment of new small and medium-sized enterprises has been approved by the Romanian Parliament and is to be sent for promulgation to the President of Romania.

According to the implementation chart published by the Romanian Government, the electronic applications submissions period will begin in June of the current year. After reviewing the eligibility of the submitted start-up and business plans, financing contracts will be signed after around two months.

The "Start-Up Nation - Romania" programme awards the minimis aid to a maximum of 10,000 small and medium-sized enterprises at a maximum value of 200,000 lei per beneficiary, representing 100% of the value of eligible expenditure.

Activities with a high chance of being awarded financing include those in the fields of (i) IT production and programming (CAEN code 6201); (ii) the creative industries; (iii) services and (iiii) trade and other activities. Those hiring young graduates or unemployed people, innovating and creating additional jobs will looked on favourably when financing is awarded.


The Ministry of Regional Development and Public Administration has released Guidelines for Applicants Specific conditions for accessing funds under Priority Axis 2 "Improving the competitiveness of SMEs" Priority investment 2.1 "Promoting entrepreneurship, in particular facilitating the economic exploitation of new ideas and fostering the creation of new enterprises, including through business incubators "- 2.1 a call for projects - Microenterprises.

According to the financial allocation, ministry representatives appreciated the 1200 projects will be funded under this call in all regions of Romania, Bucharest-Ilfov and less Delta.

The main details of the program 2.1 A under ROP:

Offered grants: up to 200 000 EUR

Intensity: 90%

Beneficiaries: Micro-enterprises (maximum 9 employees and an annual turnover up to 2 million EUR) meeting the following conditions:

1. to have been established no later than the 1st of January 2015

2. to have record an operating profit on the 31st of December 2015

3. not to have temporarily suspended work between 2015-2016

4. to have an average recorded number of employees of one at least, in the previous fiscal year or to have a full time employee at the time of submitting the application

Location: The investment must be made in the urban environment, except Bucharest- Ilfov region and Tulcea Conty Eligible expenses:

1. construction/ improvement/ rehabilitation/ modernization works

2. acquisition of all types of equipment (including IT laptops, servers, data center development)

3. intangible assets investments: patents, licenses, IT programs

4. costs related to online marketing tools developments (projects involving only these costs are not eligible)

5. management consultancy costs

Freddy M.E. Jacobs, president cibr

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