This incentive is aimed at assisting undertakings based in the Ta’ Qali Crafts Village and the Ta’ Dbieġi Crafts Village. Undertakings (including self-employed) that engage in a project as part of the upgrading of Ta’ Qali Craft Village may be supported through a loan interest subsidy of 2%, up to a maximum of €6,000.
Furthermore, undertakings that by the 30th April 2018 are in possession of a category ‘A’ certification of producing authentic Maltese crafts and are operating from either the Ta’ Qali Craft Village or the Ta’ Dbieġi Crafts Village will be awarded a grant of €5,000 paid over a period of twenty-four (24) months.
For further information kindly contact Business First on 144.
|De Minimis Declaration Form (27 05 2017)|