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How to design a solid pre-project?

Design a solid pre-project
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Designing a « project sheet » shall help you to assess the relevancy of your project in relation to the defined issue and European priorities as well as define the project from the beginning in compliance with the structure expected by the European Commission

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Developing a proactive approach to the funds - funds action plan

When an opportunity is published, there is usually very little time available to build the project properly and to mobilise external and internal contacts in support of the application.

Welcomeurope offers to examine your area of activities and the emerging projects in your organisation and draft an action plan for possible public funding on that basis.
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Lorraine De Bouchony - Executive Director

Lorraine de Bouchony is Welcomeurope co-founder. She coordinates and provides strategic advice and consulting for large corporations. She also contributes to the development of many public policy networks in Europe. Read more

Lorraine de Bouchony is Welcomeurope co-founder. She coordinates and provides strategic advice and consulting for large corporations. She also contributes to the development of many public policy networks in Europe.
She has developed a unique expertise in assisting professionals to build and support their participation and positioning in the EU institutional mechanisms. With a specialization in European Geopolitics, Lorraine, has been active in European think-tanks since 1991. She graduated from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris and has gained a founding experience within the General Secretariat of the European Commission which allowed her to see the existing gap between institutions and actors. Hide

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Valérie Buisine launched the training service in 2002, she is now the Head of Welcomeurope Consultancy Department. Read more

Valérie Buisine launched the training service in 2002, she is now the Head of Welcomeurope Consultancy Department.
Valerie Buisine is an expert in European structural funds and calls for proposals of the European Commission. She has been supporting fund managers since 2013, especially regarding the shift of power towards French regions for EU funds. Hide

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Since the early 90s, Mireille van der Graaf has developed an expertise in innovation and research programs of the European Union (from the research framework program to Horizon 2020). Read more

Since the early 90s, Mireille van der Graaf has developed an expertise in innovation and research programs of the European Union (from the research framework program to Horizon 2020).
Cofounder of Welcomeurope, she is now recognized in all European circles on innovation funding for her know-how, her experience and her ability to coordinate large projects. Mireille van der Graaf started monitoring service on EU funds, EUROFUNDING. Hide

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Former European programme manager at GIP INTERREG SMLPO, regional office of the Programme Interreg IV-A Greater Region, Christina Bézès joined Welcomeurope as Senior Consultant. Read more

Former European programme manager at GIP INTERREG SMLPO, regional office of the Programme Interreg IV-A Greater Region, Christina Bézès joined Welcomeurope as Senior Consultant.

Specialized in structural funds, she assists and forms a large number of Welcomeurope customers in formalizing their applications to EU-funds. She coordinates consultancy assignments in close cooperation with private and public project managers. Hide

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Former European programmes manager within the French Ministry of Home Affairs, Melissa Moothoo joined Welcomeurope as Senior Consultant. Read more

Former European programmes manager within the French Ministry of Home Affairs, Melissa Moothoo joined Welcomeurope as Senior Consultant.
Her experience provides her with exhaustive knowledge on the institutions’ expectations and experience in answering them in application files. With a specialization in European Commission programmes and external cooperation programmes, EuropeAid, she assists and forms a large number of Welcomeurope customers in formalizing their applications. Hide

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A Specialist of high added value writings and of institutional communications strategies designing for private and public organizations, Abigail Faure is accompanying Welcomeurope in the development and drafting of its editorial content. Read more

A Specialist of high added value writings and of institutional communications strategies designing for private and public organizations, Abigail Faure is accompanying Welcomeurope in the development and drafting of its editorial content. Hide

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Former EU Project Manager at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), Jeanne Collin joined Welcomeurope as Senior Consultant. Read more

Former EU Project Manager at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), Jeanne Collin joined Welcomeurope as Senior Consultant.

Her experience allows her to have a comprehensive knowledge of the institutional requirements and expectations as well as master the keys to building collaborative projects with high added value. Expert in both the European Commission’s funding programmes and public funds dedicated to research and innovation; she assists many of Welcomeurope's clients in their projects’ building, application and implementation. Hide

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Eurofunding 2017 - ToolBox
Author : Abigail Faure
Updated : September 1st 2016

APPLYING FOR FUNDING - PREPARE YOUR APPLICATION

Define a pre-project - Asking the right questions
Before submitting a financial application to Community institutions, you must be in a position to design a well-structured pre-project. Designing a « project sheet » shall help you to assess the relevancy of your project in relation to the defined issue and European priorities as well as define the project from the beginning in compliance with the structure expected by the European Commission.

This work is the first stage in your application, since the key questions that you will answer in your project sheet can be picked up and developed in your form.

This file will also give you a succinct introductory presentation, which is useful in the first contact stages with potential partners and co-financers. The project file is written on between one and three A4 pages and must address the main basic questions.
SUMMARY
WHY? 2
FOR WHO? 3
HOW? 3
WITH WHOM? THE PROJECT PARTNERS 4
WHERE? THE BOUNDARIES OF YOUR PROJECT 4
WHAT SHALL BE THE RESULTS? 5





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