Info sessions were held in Banja Luka, Doboj, Mostar, Sarajevo and Trebinje

As part of the Challenge to Change 3 project, info sessions were organized, where the First Call for Innovative Business Ideas was presented in order to inform potential applicants from Bosnia and Herzegovina in more detail. Representatives of business entities had the opportunity to learn more about the criteria for the public call for proposals, and receive additional clarifications in order to prepare the application for the call, which is open until 23 November this year, as successfully as possible.

During the info sessions, the conditions for applying for this Public Call were presented, and additional information and clarifications were given about filling out the application form. Participants were also informed that they have the option to submit additional request for clarifications to the email

The sessions were attended by over 180 participants who expressed their satisfaction regarding the open possibility to use the funds of the Challenge Fund. The sessions were held in Banja Luka, Doboj, Mostar, Sarajevo and Trebinje, with the support of the Chamber of Commerce of the Federation of BiH and the Chamber of Commerce of the RS. Info sessions are planned in the following period:

8 November 2022 at 11.00, Cantonal Chamber of Commerce, Zenica,

10 November 2022 at 12.00, Regional Chamber of Commerce Bijeljina

15 November 2022 at 11.00 Cantonal Chamber of Commerce Tuzla

We remind you that for potential users from the category of startups, who have been registered for at least 6 months, and at most two years, the maximum grant amount is up to EUR 10.000, while for users from the category of mature business entities, which have been in business for two years or more, the maximum amount of grant funds is up to EUR 30.000.

The Challenge to Change 3.0 project is a three-year project with a total value of EUR 3 million, financed by Sweden. The project is implemented by the Sarajevo Economic Region Development Agency SERDA in partnership with the Enterprise Development Agency Eda. The Ostergotland Region, Eastern Sweden, is also a partner in the project.