New deadlines – Call for Bee-Economy subsidies in Italy

The Italian-Arab Chamber for Cooperation launches the call for Bee-Economy grants in Italy through the MedBEESinessHubs project

Do you want to create new beekeeping products and services, support the sustainable development of rural areas and access new cross-border markets? Apply now!

Italian Arab Chamber for Cooperation announces the subsidy program for the development of the “Bee Economy”.


“Bee Economy” means:

– production, reproduction and processing of goods derived from bees, such as beeswax, honey, pollen, propolis, royal jelly, etc.

– supplies of services and/or activities related to bees.

The grants are aimed at individuals, micro, small and medium-sized enterprises and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), while the grant amount varies from €2,000 to €5,000.

The deadline for submitting applications is set for Monday 5 June 2023 at 18.00. For clarifications, please send an email to the following address or contact the Italian Arab Chamber of Cooperation – 06 322 6751.

The guidelines for applicants, as well as the application forms and all relevant documents, are available on the MedBEESnesshubs project page.

This grant program in support of the “Bee Economy” is implemented within the European project MedBEESinessHubs, co-funded by the EU within the cross-border ENI CBC MED programme, with a total budget of €1.110.609,71 and a co-funding of €999,548.74 (90%). The project consortium consists of 5 organizations from Cyprus, Egypt, Italy, Lebanon and Palestine.

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Don’t miss this opportunity to create a positive impact on rural areas and take part in the development of the Bee-Economy sector in Italy.

This document was produced with the financial assistance of the European Union under the ENI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme. The contents of this document are the exclusive responsibility of the Italian Arab Chamber of Cooperation and can in no case be considered as a reflection of the position of the European Union or the management structures of the Program.