COVID-19: opportunities from EU Funding Programmes and impact on EU Projects management

The continuation of a successful webinar organized by The Spanish Chamber of Commerce will be held this time by the office in Italy, CAMACOES, on Friday 8/05 at 11 am.

As the COVID-19 crisis has aroused the European Commission and other European initiatives are launching new public-funded calls to rapidly address the challenges posed by the corona virus pandemic, it is difficult to find its way through all of them. The crisis is also affecting the management of ongoing European projects.

How is the next Funding Framework 2021-2027 affected by the crisis? What funding opportunities exist within and outside the health sector to address the challenges of COVID-19? What measures have been taken to limit the impact on EU project management?

The webinar will be held on Friday 8.05.2020 at 11 am.

The aim of this webinar is to learn about existing EU funding opportunities over the next months.

Speakers: Marie Latour, Head of ZABALA Brussels Office & Margherita Volpe R&I Consultant at ZABALA Brussels


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The Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Italy has an objective to create a Chamber that will be in charge of analysing the commercial relations between Italian and Spanish businessmen and will support them, and will promote the increase of commercial exchanges between the two countries.

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