MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
18 March 2021, 07:31
One of the major updates is the full transition to electronic submission of applications for subsidies and grants.
Capital businessmen on March 22 will be told about measures to support entrepreneurs in 2021. Head of the Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development of the City of Moscow Alexey Fursinwill give an online presentation, during which he will talk about changes in existing subsidies and new product launches. The main mistakes when submitting applications will also be dealt with.
“One of the main innovations is the transition to a completely electronic form for submitting applications and documents for obtaining support. We tested this tool last year and realized how convenient the online format is for business, ”said the head of the department.
The broadcast of the presentation will begin at 16:00 on the YouTube channel of the Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development “Do TV”… Businessmen will be able to ask questions of interest and get answers online.
At the end of 2020, more than three thousand applications for subsidies and grants were approved for a total amount of almost three billion rubles. Subsidies for franchisees, for participation in exhibitions, for the promotion of products using food delivery services, as well as for export became the most demanded for the capital’s business. In total, entrepreneurs received 1.4 billion rubles. You can find out about the conditions for granting subsidies and apply for them at website…
Last year, the Moscow Government adopted five packages of anti-crisis measures to support Moscow business for a total of about 90 billion rubles. These include the cancellation of payments for the lease of urban land plots and non-residential premises for the period of suspension of activities, a deferral until the end of 2020 of advance payments on property and land taxes, compensation for property tax and land payments, as well as assistance in lending, subsidies and grants to small businesses. … These measures cover 13 sectors of the economy and more than 50 thousand organizations.
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