A further 88 companies have joined the National Register of Young Entrepreneurs (NREN), bringing the total number of companies registered in the register to 301.
According to a decision signed by the Secretary General for Research and Innovation Athanasios Kyriaki, it was decided to register 88 additional enterprises in the N.M.N.E. as follows:
(a) 12 enterprises through a fast track procedure, i.e. without evaluation, because they meet the conditions for registration and
(b ) 76 enterprises after they have been assessed as meeting both basic criteria. i.e. innovation and the prospects of rapidly scaling up the size of their sales on the world market.
Following the adoption of this decision, the number of enterprises registered in the NIE is 301. The Decision has been published on the Internet and will be posted on the websites: -of ELEVATE GREECE (www.elevategreece.gov.gr) of the GSC (www.gsrt.gr).
Another decision of the Secretary General notifies the decision to reject the registration of 89 enterprises for not fulfilling the eligibility and/or evaluation criteria.
The rejected enterprises submitted applications for registration in the application cycle for the year 2020 and the first cycle for the year 2021, which closed on 31 December 2020 and 30 March 2021 respectively, and retain the possibility to reapply in the next e-submission cycle.
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