Malta Enterprise – Coorporate for Growth Regulations implemented by virtue of Legal Notice 100 of 2018 Malta Enterprise Act (Chapter 463 of the Laws of Malta).
These regulations shall be deemed to have come into force as from the 1st March 2018 and shall terminate on the 31st December 2020. The scheme is intended to support undertakings willing to build capacity to compete in different markets that tend to be more innovative in their product/service offerings and processes. This incentive aims to support undertakings that are willing to establish new markets, or to introduce a new service or product in an existing international market.
For an undertaking to be eligible it must be an undertaking that is registered either as a company or a co-operative or a self-employed individual and is willing to develop and increase or enhance economic activities through cross-border collaboration.
An eligible undertaking may be awarded support to participate in planned meetings between two or more parties organised for the purpose of technology transfer, knowledge sharing, developing business, facilitating research collaborations, venture funding and similar business interaction.
Support shall also be awarded when such meetings are facilitated as part of an activity or initiative coordinated by national or international organisations as may be approved by the Malta Enterprise prior to the activity.
The support shall be limited to a per diem covering the days of the event as indicated by the event organiser, which rates shall be published periodically on the Malta Enterprise website.
The aid shall only be awarded if:
a. the person attending the meeting is an employee or director of the applicant and was physically present for the meeting;
b. the meeting is not held in Malta; and
c. the person attending is not resident in the country where the meeting was held.
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