This Friday, 24th July 2020, the official period opens for applying to take part in the aid programmes Cybersecurity and TICCámaras which are both offered by the Mallorca Chamber of Commerce

 

Once again, the Mallorca Chamber opens the call for SME’s in Mallorca to apply for public funds to incorporate new technology into their processes.  The period for applying to the Cybersecurity programme and TICCámaras (Information & Communication Technology) opens this Friday, 24th July at 0900h.  The places are limited and will be adjudicated on a first come first serve basis.

Both of these programmes are broken down into two phases.  Once a request has been approved, the company gets a free assessment carried by a technician from the Chamber, who will undertake a personalised diagnosis to understand and prioritize the company needs.  In the second phase of this programme, the company will receive economic aid to implement one of the technological solutions outlined in the assessment report.

The TICCámaras and Cybersecurity programmes are co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF or FEDER in Spanish) and the Directorate General for Innovation of the Balearic Government and are part of the catalogue of services for digital transformation offered by the Mallorca Chamber of Commerce via the Digital Innovation Hub Balearic Islands.

TICCámaras Programme

The objective of TICCámaras is to improve competitiveness and productivity of SME’s in Mallorca.  Aid is offered to incorporate Information & Communication Technology and innovative solutions.  The company will receive up to a maximum of €2,800 (40% of a maximum of €7,000 spend) which much be executed upon completion of the assessment stage.

For more information and all the documentation you need to present, see https://www.cambramallorca.com/ticcamaras2020

Cybersecurity Programme

The objective of the Cybersecurity Programme is to help SME’s in Mallorca avoid the main risks associated with cybercrime and the online world.   Aid is offered to incorporate systems and tools to prevent a company’s system being vulnerable to attacks.  The company receives up to a maximum of €1,600 (40% of a maximum of €4,000 spend) which must be executed upon completion of the assessment stage.

For more information and all the documentation you need to present, see https://www.cambramallorca.com/ciberseguridad2020