Maximum grant 200000 EUR
Before submitting the application, we recommend the enterprise to partake preliminary consultations during which the plans will be preliminarily evaluated.
In order to schedule consultation, please contact your client manager or email@example.com.
The applicant should comply with the following conditions:
The project implementation period is up to 18 months, the latest end date of the project period can be 31.12.2020.
If the enterprise has received the digitalisation grant, it is required to inform the public of this fact on their website by using the double logo of EE and MoEAC and by listing the name and goal of the project.
Eligible costs (need to be directly related to supported activities):
Grants can be applied for on the basis of the rules of the regulations for both de minimis aid and block exemption. Depending on the size of the enterprise and the existence of available de minimis aid (look HERE), the enterprise can consider which type of aid to use.
Before submitting the grant, the enterprise needs to conduct a digital diagnostics, please consult with the methods and GOOD CONDUCT of digital diagnostics (in additions, the fillable roadmap). Find translation here.
A grant for digital diagnostics can be used in order to conduct the digital diagnostics, see HERE for more information.
Enterprise Estonia stopped accepting applications for digitalisation grant October 17th at 16:00.
Info- ja tugikeskus, 627 9700, firstname.lastname@example.org
Documents that are necessary for application:
The application are evaluated by an EE business consultant who can bring aboard independent experts, if necessary.
Applications for grants exceeding 20,000 euros will be assessed by an evaluation committee.
Processing time for an application (including evaluation) is up to 30 days.