Our projects

Project department

RPIC RV, in addition to providing services for entrepreneurs in the form of consulting, is dedicated to project preparation and subsequent implementation. Our team provides support to entrepreneurs in finding funding through grants and preparing grant applications. On the other hand, we work on our own international projects, such as our GAPSME project, where we are working on Green Local Deals together with the city of Rožňava, municipality Nyíregyháza and business incubator PRIMOM.



The goal of our project department is to obtain grants for the Rožňava region. Our priority is to build international partnerships and promote our region. That is why it is important to build a strong team that is able to work together and follow a common vision.

Our team prides itself on creativity, multitasking and a positive approach.

We see these 3 traits as the most important in the development of our project proposals and the following project implementation.




The EU provides funding for various projects and programmes. It applies strict rules to ensure that the use of funds is rigorously monitored and that money is spent in a transparent and accountable way.

EU funding comes in different forms:

One of them is grants – partly funded by the EU and partly by other sources, which you will find through public notices known as calls for proposals.



            Our activities


  • preparation of applications and project proposals;
  • partner search;
  • setting up international consortia;
  • project implementation;
  • coordination of partners;
  • organisation of events;
  • own research;
  • legal advice for entrepreneurs and
    promotion of the Rožňava region.

Our projects


The development of a Green Action Plan for Cross-Border SMEs (GAPSME acronym) is a project that has the potential to reverse the negative trajectory of the environmental behaviour of Hungarian and Slovak SMEs.


The main objective of the project was to promote cross-border cooperation between public authorities and people living in the border area. This was in the form of the development of an Action Plan and the organisation of training workshops for SMEs with a focus on motivating them to participate in EU-funded projects.

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