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The Costa Rican-USA Foundation for Cooperation, CRUSA, opened the contest for entrepreneurs to receive non-reimbursable funds.
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Published Wednesday, June 23, 2021

By the A.M. Costa Rica staff


The Costa Rican-USA Foundation for Cooperation, CRUSA, opened the contest for entrepreneurs to receive non-reimbursable funds.

Through the GreenTech program, which focuses on the growth and incubation of Costa Rican companies that develop green technologies, up to $50,000 in non-reimbursable funds can be delivered to entrepreneurs with a startup.

The program for selected startups includes a 12-week training on how companies can improve their strategies.

The priority is for supporting startups that develop technological solutions with positive environmental impact such as reducing energy consumption or pollution, use alternative energy, improve the conditions of flora and fauna, among others.

Entrepreneurs interested in competing in the funds must complete the registration form before July 31, which is available on the website of the Promona Impact foundation which is sponsored by CRUSA.

This is the second program to help entrepreneurs developed by CRUSA.



Their first program, the program Constelar, seeks to promote the participation of women in entrepreneurship in STEM areas in Costa Rica.
The deadline to apply is July 4.


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