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Communication and dissemination: two sides of the same coin

15.11.2023 | Lucie Pacho Aljanati
EU Regulation 2021/695 establishing Horizon Europe and all relevant regulating documents (HE Programme Guide, the EIC work programme, Annotated Grant Agreement) states that beneficiaries must promote the project and its results as well as ensure the visibility of EU funding....

Verification of SME status in the EIC Accelerator

09.10.2023 | Eva Nyirfa
Building an Innovative Europe through the enhancement of Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SME) is one of the three main pillars of Horizon Europe’s structure. The European Innovation Council is responsible for leading this subdomain of the programme aimed at...

How to deal with currency issues in Horizon Europe projects

22.09.2023 | Lucie Pacho Aljanati
The project budget presented in your proposal is in euro. The EC grant is also in euro. For beneficiaries in the euro area, everything is straightforward. However, if you are in a non-euro area member country, you may find the...

Can you manage an EU project on your own?

07.09.2023 | Christopher Morgan
Congratulations, you’ve just won a coveted EU grant! Now, bombarded with emails, deadlines and questions, you’re reminded of all your obligations to the EU and wonder “can I manage this EU project on my own?” The simple answer is yes!...

Seconded persons in your HE project – how to charge the costs

04.09.2023 | Agata Mendrek
Personnel costs usually account for a significant portion of the budget in Horizon Europe projects. While employees are the most common type of eligible personnel costs, there are other options in the mix. One of them is the costs of...

The meaning of Exploitation in Horizon Europe Projects

31.08.2023 | Isabell Tributsch
Exploitation in the context of Horizon Europe projects refers to the utilization of project results for further research, commercial, societal, or political purposes. This is important because a project’s ultimate success is defined by effective exploitation. This article explores the...

Impact assessment during the reporting phase

30.08.2023 | Isabell Tributsch
Impact assessment plays a crucial role in evaluating the outcomes and scientific, economic, and societal impact of your Horizon Europe project. In this article, we will delve into the significance of impact assessment during the reporting phase of the project....

Impact evaluation in Horizon Europe projects

29.08.2023 | Mélanie de Fays
If you’ve never heard of the impact evaluation in Horizon Europe then keep reading. With great power comes great responsibility, right? Well, securing a Horizon Europe Grant means getting funds but also complying with a series of obligations. Among those...

Financial capacity assessment in Horizon Europe: what to expect?

10.08.2023 | Javier Garcia Dominguez
Horizon Europe grants cannot be taken for granted. Receiving a grant preparation invitation letter marks an exciting moment as it means your proposal has been selected for funding after a highly competitive process. But before you receive the funds, your...

Declaring End-of-Contract Indemnities as Personnel Costs in Horizon Projects

01.08.2023 | Mélanie de Fays
Your employee who has been working on the Horizon project is now preparing to leave the company. You may wonder if the compensation costs associated with their departure can be declared as personnel costs and covered by the Grant. Sure,...
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