As part of BAFA funding, SMEs can utilise consulting services from selected consultancies for the implementation of sustainability projects and take advantage of non-repayable grants - e.g. for sustainable supply chain management, in the reduction of CO2-emissions or sustainability reporting. Sounds exciting?
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The sustainable transformation is not a nice-to-have, but a necessity. This is why many sustainability projects are now financially supported by politicians. As part of BAFA funding, SMEs can utilise various services from selected consultancies for the implementation of sustainability projects and receive non-repayable grants to support them - e.g. in sustainable supply chain management, in the reduction of CO2-emissions or sustainability reporting.
We are happy to support you - true to our RSG motto "from start to finish" - from advice on funding opportunities to successful sustainable transformation.
Quick Facts- The funding...
- is aimed at SMEs with a maximum of 250 employees, an annual turnover of less than € 50 million and a balance sheet total of less than € 43 million
- is a grant that does not have to be repaid
- makes it easier to utilise external expertise from selected consultancies
- applies to conceptual consultations with analysis of the company's situation, identification of weak points and specific recommendations for action
5 steps to funding
- Select the consultancy with which you would like to realise the project
- Submit an online application to BAFA - we will of course support you in the process
- Receive confirmation of funding from BAFA* with a non-binding promise of funding
- Finalise a consulting contract and start consulting
- Submission of the proof of utilisation and other accounting documents in the BAFA portal in order to receive subsidies
Focal points of consulting (not definitive)
- Sustainable procurement and fair trade
- Environmental management systems
- Resource-saving production
- Reduction of emissions
- Circular economy
- Sustainable sales
You can find out more about this topic at BAFA