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Chukotka began receiving documents from start-up entrepreneurs to provide government support

In the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, began accepting documents from novice small businesses for the provision of state support in the form of a grant to create their own business. The amount of financial assistance will be no more than 300 thousand rubles per recipient, subject to co-financing of targeted expenses for the implementation of the business plan in the amount of at least 15% of the subsidy amount. According to Lilia Shadrina, head of the Economy Department of the Department of Finance, Economics and Property Relations of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, state support will be provided in one of a number of priority areas for the development of small and medium-sized businesses, the press service of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug administration said.

  - The essence of this financial assistance is in reimbursement of certain expenses in the implementation of a business plan for one of several activities. The priority is to develop the traditional activities of the peoples of the Far North (hunting, fishing, gathering of wild-growing plants, the production of handicrafts and folk crafts). Also among the current areas are the provision of household, consulting, informational and other services to the population, the production of consumer goods, public catering. In addition, social entrepreneurship continues to be a priority, ”said Lilia Shadrina.

  She explained that the funds can be directed, in particular, to the development of design and estimate documentation, obtaining a patent or copyright registration certificate, paying the cost of renting a room, making or placing advertising and other types of expenses related to the registration of a legal entity or an individual entrepreneur .

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