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Project’s approval

17 Jan, 2017

Project RYME+ was approved in the first call for proposals of Cooperation Programme Interreg V-B Southwest Europe 2014-2020. From a total of 496 applications, RYME+ reached the 9th place between the 36 projects that were approved. The project falls within the second priority axis – competitiveness of SMEs, achieving the second-best classification on this axis.

Project RYME+ (Transnational network of internationalization’s support for SMEs: matching and mentoring innovative tools) was approved in the first call for proposals of Cooperation Programme Interreg V-B Southwest Europe 2014-2020, which supports regional development of Southwest Europe through transnational project’s funding.

From a total of 496 applications, RYME+ reached the 9th place between the 36 projects that were approved. The project falls within the second priority axis – Competitiveness of SMEs, achieving the second-best classification on this axis.

The project, has a consortium of 19 partners from 7 countries (Portugal, Spain, France, Brazil, Uruguay, United States of America and Israel).

RYME+, code SOE1/P2/P0386, with a total budget of €1.363.268,37 was approved with a co-funding of €1.022.451,29 through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The projects’ main goal is to develop and stimulate the business structure and the entrepreneurial competitiveness of the SUDOE territory. Throughout the increasing of competitiveness, resiliency capability, wealth and innovation generation an technological development of the SMEs the purpose is to support them to reach international markets, sharing good practices, benchmarking and commercial relations establishments. Therefore, RYME is going to support the internationalization of 200 technological companies over the next 3 years.