Get it right! - Session II. - Impact exercises
Proposal Writing series
This is the 2nd part of our Get it right! series, consisting of 4 parts.
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This is the 2nd part of the series of four 90-minute-long webinars to make sure your Horizon Europe proposal is excellent.
The webinars focus on Cluster projects, so RIA, IA and CSA actions in Pillar II.
Task descriptions, impact pathways, linking innovation potential with exploitation routes, risk management, partnership capacity analysis, concept graph, IPR information. Only a few things your project partners may have a different view or perspective on. We should not forget this is a group work. The contribution of your partners who have different experience and expertise is key. But these differences need to end up in a good, coherent, concise description of your joint view. This webinar is helping to do that with exercices that you can use and repeat with your own partners focusing on your impact. It will help to properly include all information to 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3 sections.
In this session Gabriella Lovasz will share with you the exercises, tools, links we are using to put together certain proposal sections.
Who we are
Europa Media is unique company supporting its clients to develop successful project proposals and manage projects under the EU's research and innovation funding programmes since FP5. We can give support based on every-day practice. Over the past 20 years, our team has been directly involved in writing successful proposals and coordinating and managing projects. Under Horizon 2020, we have been involved in over 20 projects as coordinators and partners. Our workshops and seminars are designed based on this direct experience we have from our own proposals and projects - we discuss and reflect on a lot of specific problems during these events. They are therefore quite hands-on with real-life examples and stories. This practical approach has attracted over 10,000 participants from all over the world in the past 15 years.
Lovász started developing EU projects in 2000, during her studies. She coordinated her first project (FP6)
between 2005 and 2007. Over the past 15 years, Gabriella has managed and coordinated EU-funded projects under a broad
range of programmes such as FP6/7, Horizon 2020, Lifelong Learning Programme, CIP, Culture 2007-2013,
and eContentplus. Thanks to her direct involvement in developing and implementing projects under these programmes,
she has gained an extensive knowledge of the EU funding system and has thus contributed to a variety of publications,
articles and online platforms sharing practical information and know-how on EU funds and projects.
In addition to developing and managing EU-funded projects, she has been an evaluator of proposals under the COSME and H2020 programmes (and their predecessors), as well as an appraisal and monitoring agent for the European Economic Area and Norwegian Financial Mechanism Grants. She holds a Master of Science degree in Economics, having specialized in management consulting and European business. Her main areas of focus are on SME development and ICT-supported learning, game-based learning.