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Temporary support for small and medium businesses, Germany
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Temporary support for small and medium businesses, Germany

On Friday, the Cabinet agreed on the cornerstones of a federal programme entitled "Temporary support for small and medium businesses that have had to shut down to a significant extent or in full as a result of the coronavirus crisis".  Who can apply? Small and medium businesses and organisations from every sector of the economy, provided they are not eligible from support from the Economic Stabilisation Fund, one-person self-employed outfits, full-time freelancers in liberal professions, non-profit businesses and organisations that are permanently active on the market. What preconditions must be met before an application can be lodged? Business operations must have had to shut down completely or to a significant extent as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. How ...
Business Ideas for Development – Call for Proposals, Germany
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Business Ideas for Development – Call for Proposals, Germany

Are you originally from India and currently live in Germany? Do you have an innovative business idea which you want to realise in your country of origin? ‘Business Ideas for Development’ (in German: ‘Geschäftsideen für Entwicklung’) will provide support for your project! We offer individual coaching, bear expenses for your market exploration travels and provide grants of up to EUR 5,000 to fund the first steps towards starting up your business. Business Ideas for Development is an initiative of the Migration & Diaspora Programme that is implemented by the Centre for International Migration and Development (CIM) on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Business Ideas for De-velopment supports migrants fro...
Samvaad: Staying Connected with Indian Businesses in Germany
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Samvaad: Staying Connected with Indian Businesses in Germany

Attention Indian businesses in Germany! Samvaad is a new platform of the Indian Embassy in Berlin to stay connected with Indian Businesses. This outreach effort comes at a time when the COVID-19 crisis is afflicting world economy. This platform helps companies share difficulties faced by them during these times and best practices and solutions to overcome these and ensure business continuity are exchanged. The below press release will give you further insights. ger busi729×960 71.3 KB Stay connected with Embassy of India, Berlin. Please register here. Source: Indian Embassy, Berlin Disclaimer: Information in this thread is reproduced “as is” without warranty of any kind. 1 post - 1 participant Read full topic
Starting a Business in Germany as a Foreigner
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Starting a Business in Germany as a Foreigner

So you have this amazing business idea and want to turn it into a reality soon. Where do I begin? What are the legal procedures? Registration ? and more… Below is a gist of what you need and a little direction to get you started. 1. Getting a Self-employed Visa If you plan to start a business During your graduation, involve yourself in various startup meetups, hackathons, , university entrepreneurship societies etc. It gives you ideas and helps build networks. Most important is the funding and the Exit Scholarship Program is the best funding available (a 1-year paid scholarship to work on your idea). However, considering Post Graduation and funding available. Unregister yourself from your immatriculation with the university and you have to inform Kreisverwaltungsreferat - Ausländerb...