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The government-backed business incubator Monaco Boost has launched its third call for applications, encouraging Monegasque citizens to take advantage of the business support programme.
Launched by the government in January 2021, Monaco Boost offers a range of services to entrepreneurs of Monegasque nationality who are in the process of creating or recently created an activity in the Principality.
Successful candidates are allocated a workspace, private or shared, as well as equipment and services designed to promote networking and collaborative exchanges.
They are also able to benefit from professional support during the development of their activity, as well as group training, conferences and seminars on various themes related to the world of entrepreneurship.
Monaco Boost is currently supporting 26 distinct activities within its infrastructure.
Interested persons must submit an application file before the deadline of 26th November 2021, for a start date in January 2022.
Candidates are examined by a committee chaired by Minister of Finance and the Economy Jean Castellini, and composed of representatives of the National Council, the Administration and Monaco Boost.
Further information can be found at the website: https://service-public-entreprises.gouv.mc/Local-et-travaux/Local/Locaux/Monaco -Boost
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