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An Essential Summit for Marketing Executives

Get Current, Make Better Decisions, Be Inspired

Digital marketing is changing by the minute across all platforms, tools and technologies. Few executives can keep up. This conference was designed specifically for senior marketing executives by bringing leaders from the leading digital marketing platforms, tools and technologies to inspire them with what’s possible based on their latest capabilities.

Who this conference is for

❯ CMO’s who need to be informed on how technology is changing the ways they communicate

❯ Traditional brand leaders who are challenged by the wide range of platforms and services

❯ Senior marketers responsible for assuring their organizations are informed about the latest key platforms and technologies

❯ Agencies and media partners whose clients expect them to be platform experts so they can deliver best-in-class creative solutions

 

 

This isn’t a quick survey of technologies or repurposed sales presentations, but an in-depth learning opportunity to assure execs are fully versed on how these technologies and platforms can help maximize the return on ad spending and drive their businesses forward. Here strategy meets creativity, technology & execution.

Summit Content

Extended Reality AR / VR / MR, AI Based Creative, Social Media, Visual & Audio Search, Engaging Apps, Future of Apps, Music Playlist AI, Partnerships & Collaborations, Gifs & Memes, Short Form COntent, Live Streaming, SEO & SEM.

Join the upcoming innovation event "FEI Europe 2019" held in Florence, Italy by KNect365.

FEIEUROPE 2019: INNOVATE SMARTER
Build the Right Capabilities and Align with the right partners to Drive Innovation

FEI Europe is a 2-day conference focused on HOW companies can Innovate SMARTER. Innovation and R&D leaders across fortune 1000’s will share how they are accelerating innovation and driving business results through a series of in-depth case studies, highlighting strategies used & best practices. Identify the right opportunities and create your action plan.

Hear Case Studies Around:
• SMARTER Pipeline Prioritization
• SMARTER Cross-Functional Collaboration
• Making SMARTER Partnering Decisions
• SMARTER Hiring & Mentoring
• Investing in SMARTER Technology Solutions
• How Innovation Teams Can Work SMARTER, not Harder

Speakers Include:
• Alexander Osterwalder, Entrepreneur & Co-Founder, Strategyzer on Building Invincible
Companies
• Luigi Dei-Rector, University of Florence on Leonardo da Vinci -The Innovator
• Konstantin Heckmann, Strategic Innovation Manager, Airbus Group on Smarter Ideation
• Hamilton Mann, Group Director, Digital Marketing and Transformation, Thales Group on Digital
Transformation
• Yuval Dvir, Director of Scaled Partnerships, Google Cloud on Smarter Intelligence

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“22nd Global Summit on Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care” welcomes all the speakers, delegates (both from academy and business) sponsor’s and other research expertise at Istanbul, Turkey held during May 30-31, 2019. This conference provides a beautiful platform for Pediatrics as well as business networking and luxurious stay in Istanbul. We are having many sessions among them brief discussion on Pediatric Nutrition & Diet, Clinical Pediatrics, Adolescent Health, Pediatric Allergy & Infectious Diseases, Pediatric Surgery, Primary Care Ethics, Neonatal nursing care, Child Neurology, Genetics in Pediatrics, Pediatric Gastroenterology, Child Developmental & Behavioral Disorders, Pediatric Cardiology & Pulmonology, Pediatric Critical Care, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Neonatal Ophthalmology & Orthopedics, Neonatal Dermatology, The Adverse Drug Reactions in Children (ADRIC), Pediatric Oncology, Pediatric & Neonatal Vaccines, Child & Adolescent Obesity.

2nd World Congress on Epilepsy and Brain Disorders (Epilepsy Congress 2019) is planned to be held in Helsinki, Finland amid June 13-14, 2019.

Epilepsy Congress 2019 will set a stage for educators, Epileptologist, Brain Surgeons, Neuro specialists and researchers to give an inclusive talk about approach towards Epilepsy and Treatment explore with the help of Organizing Committee Members.

Along these lines, Epilepsy Congress 2019 respects the Psychiatrist, Medical Professionals, Neurologist, doctors, and understudy delegates from Epilepsy and Brain areas to be a piece of this occasion.

We sincerely welcome prominent Professors, Lecturers, Educators, Researchers, Therapeutic understudies and Business experts to talk about Epilepsy, Chronic Diseases, Brain Surgery, Anti-Epileptic Medicine, Neurological Disorder, under a sequestered stage for an extraordinary time frame for sharing their insight among this social occasion.

Join the upcoming event "5th Edition of International Conference on Clinical Oncology and Molecular Diagnostics" held in Rome, Italy by Euroscicon. 

Euroscicon is overwhelmed to announce the commencement of its “5th Edition of International Conference on Clinical Oncology and Molecular Diagnostics” on June 17-18, 2019 at Rome, Italy with theme “Conquering Cancer with the Latest Advancements in Clinical Oncology”.

Do you have an idea, but never wrote a H2020 project? Did your last project proposal fail? You have more projects, but you are always a partner and you want to coordinate now? This course is for you then. Our last year ended with 30% success rate in Horizon 2020. Not bad, right? We are sharing our direct experience with successful and unsuccessful proposals under the 2014-2018 calls and providing tips and recommendations on how to write best the Impact section and put together all issues that lead you to be able to achieve that impact. Factors determining your impact: start with a winning team – turn your idea into innovation – position it properly – define convincing KPIs – assess barriers and risks adequately – communicate/disseminate/exploit always with supporting your final goal. Join us and get a practical insight into developing competitive H2020 proposals with an excellent Impact. Are you ready to submit a competitive project proposal under Horizon 2020? Join Europa Media’s Horizon 2020 Proposal Development – Focus: Impact training course and obtain hands-on knowledge and the necessary skills to submit competitive project proposals under the EU's research and innovation programme Horizon 2020. Why participate in the "Horizon 2020 Proposal Development – Focus: Impact" course? The key findings of H2020 Interim Evaluation - Monitoring Report concluded: “There remains an innovation gap. EU lags behind in breakthrough, market-creating innovation Low involvement of civil society but improving from FP7: room for improvement in bringing research closer to the general public” Two key findings that your project may change – that the evaluators will be looking for and find positive - if the Impact is well-defined. Several calls for proposals are now open with deadlines in spring/summer, and many forthcoming topics and draft 2018-2020 Work Programmes are in the pipeline. Bring your project ideas and calls to the training, we will discuss your concept with you and you may even find your excellent future partners with our help, maybe amongst the training participants. This 2-day course will provide you with an insight into Horizon 2020 with a focus on Impact and the necessary practical skills to develop competitive proposals. 1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Coordinators This course is built on our direct experience gained over the past 17 years from developing and submitting proposals and implementing projects under the EU's Research Framework Programmes. The trainers of Europa Media are actual project managers, coordinators and financial administrators of EU-funded research and innovation projects. They are currently involved in more than 10 successful ongoing Horizon 2020 projects as project coordinator, work package or task leader, and are on a daily basis conceiving and developing their own project proposals under the open and forthcoming H2020 calls. This course is designed based on this direct experience and is therefore 100% practice-driven. We will show you through our own two main examples of how the Impact should be written. These two proposals received 14.5 points! 2. Lectures and Workshops on proposal development, impact and dissemination Experience Europa Media's well-known "learning-by-doing" approach – hear presentations introducing the rules of the game with examples, then practice your newly-gained knowledge during the practical and interactive workshops. Proposal Development under Horizon 2020 Develop a project proposal in response to a work programme topic (“call”). As a start: After going through a simple exercise, you will be encouraged to pursue a new way of thinking - a method to ensure that you get started in the right way. You will then further develop your proposal concept step-by-step: defining sound objectives, designing an effective work plan with work packages, creating a Gantt chart and PERT diagram, defining an ideal consortium, and putting together a realistic budget. Impact and Exploitation workshop: You will draft the Expected Impact section and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. Dissemination and Communication workshop: Participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Is this training for me? This course targets all those who have been competitively participating in H2020 projects as well as those who aim to participate in Horizon 2020/Horizon Europe and want to develop their proposal development skills to submit winning proposals.

Horizon 2020 Proposal Writing - Focus: Impact

18 - 19 June, 2019

Budapest, Continental Hotel Budapest, Dohány Street

Do you have an idea, but never wrote a H2020 project? Did your last project proposal fail? You have more projects, but you are always a partner and you want to coordinate now? This course is for you then. Our last year ended with 30% success rate in Horizon 2020. Not bad, right? We are sharing our direct experience with successful and unsuccessful proposals under the 2014-2018 calls and providing tips and recommendations on how to write best the Impact section and put together all issues that lead you to be able to achieve that impact. Factors determining your impact: start with a winning team – turn your idea into innovation – position it properly – define convincing KPIs – assess barriers and risks adequately – communicate/disseminate/exploit always with supporting your final goal. Join us and get a practical insight into developing competitive H2020 proposals with an excellent Impact. Are you ready to submit a competitive project proposal under Horizon 2020? Join Europa Media’s Horizon 2020 Proposal Development – Focus: Impact training course and obtain hands-on knowledge and the necessary skills to submit competitive project proposals under the EU's research and innovation programme Horizon 2020. Why participate in the "Horizon 2020 Proposal Development – Focus: Impact" course? The key findings of H2020 Interim Evaluation - Monitoring Report concluded: “There remains an innovation gap. EU lags behind in breakthrough, market-creating innovation Low involvement of civil society but improving from FP7: room for improvement in bringing research closer to the general public” Two key findings that your project may change – that the evaluators will be looking for and find positive - if the Impact is well-defined. Several calls for proposals are now open with deadlines in spring/summer, and many forthcoming topics and draft 2018-2020 Work Programmes are in the pipeline. Bring your project ideas and calls to the training, we will discuss your concept with you and you may even find your excellent future partners with our help, maybe amongst the training participants. This 2-day course will provide you with an insight into Horizon 2020 with a focus on Impact and the necessary practical skills to develop competitive proposals. 1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Coordinators This course is built on our direct experience gained over the past 17 years from developing and submitting proposals and implementing projects under the EU's Research Framework Programmes. The trainers of Europa Media are actual project managers, coordinators and financial administrators of EU-funded research and innovation projects. They are currently involved in more than 10 successful ongoing Horizon 2020 projects as project coordinator, work package or task leader, and are on a daily basis conceiving and developing their own project proposals under the open and forthcoming H2020 calls. This course is designed based on this direct experience and is therefore 100% practice-driven. We will show you through our own two main examples of how the Impact should be written. These two proposals received 14.5 points! 2. Lectures and Workshops on proposal development, impact and dissemination Experience Europa Media's well-known "learning-by-doing" approach – hear presentations introducing the rules of the game with examples, then practice your newly-gained knowledge during the practical and interactive workshops. Proposal Development under Horizon 2020 Develop a project proposal in response to a work programme topic (“call”). As a start: After going through a simple exercise, you will be encouraged to pursue a new way of thinking - a method to ensure that you get started in the right way. You will then further develop your proposal concept step-by-step: defining sound objectives, designing an effective work plan with work packages, creating a Gantt chart and PERT diagram, defining an ideal consortium, and putting together a realistic budget. Impact and Exploitation workshop: You will draft the Expected Impact section and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. Dissemination and Communication workshop: Participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Is this training for me? This course targets all those who have been competitively participating in H2020 projects as well as those who aim to participate in Horizon 2020/Horizon Europe and want to develop their proposal development skills to submit winning proposals.

The full EU R&I project lifecycle from the proposal concept till the final report - The essence of all our knowledge: European Funding Academy Join Europa Media’s summer European Funding Academy and get a practical insight to the EU research and innovation projects and gain hands-on knowledge on how to submit competitive project proposals and effectively manage projects under Horizon 2020. WHY Europa Media's course? Europa Media’s trainers are actual project managers, coordinators and financial administrators of our 15 successful H2020 projects – giving you advice based on their everyday experience. Europa Media is always the first to provide clear and understandable explanations and answers through practical examples and workshops during which you can practice what we preach. Europa Media is Europe’s leading provider of practical training courses in developing and implementing EU R&I projects. WHAT: This 4-day intensive course will help you develop more competitive proposals under Horizon 2020 calls and effectively manage your projects. The European Funding Academy provides a complete insight to the EU research and innovation programmes of 2014-2020 (there are other funding sources besides H2020) and draws on the lessons learned from: The 2014-2018 calls of H2020; Dozens of our winning and lost proposals with around 30% success rate; and Our recently funded H2020 projects, including the reports submitted. HOW: Lectures and workshops on Proposal Development and Project Management Experience Europa Media's famous "learning-by-doing" approach – presentations in the morning, then practice your newly-gained knowledge during the workshops specifically designed for the particular topics: Proposal Development Develop a project proposal in response to a work programme topic (“call”). Getting started: After going through a simple exercise, you will be encouraged to pursue a new way of thinking - a method to ensure that you get started in the right way. You will then further develop your proposal concept step-by-step: defining sound objectives, designing an effective work plan with work packages, creating a Gantt chart and PERT diagram, defining an ideal consortium, and putting together a realistic budget. Impact and Exploitation workshop: You will draft the Expected Impact section and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. Dissemination and Communication workshop: Participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Technical and Financial Project Management Effectively implement your projects and ensure sound financial management After successfully submitting their proposals, the participants will understand how to get a Horizon 2020 project started on the right foot, receive practical tips to ensure an effective technical implementation of the project, and go into the issues of financial management and reporting. During practical workshops, you will discuss real-life case scenarios related to project coordination, working with partners, dissemination, project's amendments and you will go thorugh specific exercises to simulate budget planning, budget monitoring and financial reporting in an H2020 project. During this training course you will learn how to tackle budget transfers and reallocations, controlling overspending, managing underspending and conducting reporting. You will also prepare a financial statement for a virtual H2020 project based on specific project documentation with salary slips, invoices, receipts, timesheets and other proof of costs.

European Funding Academy

18 - 21 June, 2019

Budapest, Continental Hotel Budapest, Dohány Street

The full EU R&I project lifecycle from the proposal concept till the final report - The essence of all our knowledge: European Funding Academy Join Europa Media’s summer European Funding Academy and get a practical insight to the EU research and innovation projects and gain hands-on knowledge on how to submit competitive project proposals and effectively manage projects under Horizon 2020. WHY Europa Media's course? Europa Media’s trainers are actual project managers, coordinators and financial administrators of our 15 successful H2020 projects – giving you advice based on their everyday experience. Europa Media is always the first to provide clear and understandable explanations and answers through practical examples and workshops during which you can practice what we preach. Europa Media is Europe’s leading provider of practical training courses in developing and implementing EU R&I projects. WHAT: This 4-day intensive course will help you develop more competitive proposals under Horizon 2020 calls and effectively manage your projects. The European Funding Academy provides a complete insight to the EU research and innovation programmes of 2014-2020 (there are other funding sources besides H2020) and draws on the lessons learned from: The 2014-2018 calls of H2020; Dozens of our winning and lost proposals with around 30% success rate; and Our recently funded H2020 projects, including the reports submitted. HOW: Lectures and workshops on Proposal Development and Project Management Experience Europa Media's famous "learning-by-doing" approach – presentations in the morning, then practice your newly-gained knowledge during the workshops specifically designed for the particular topics: Proposal Development Develop a project proposal in response to a work programme topic (“call”). Getting started: After going through a simple exercise, you will be encouraged to pursue a new way of thinking - a method to ensure that you get started in the right way. You will then further develop your proposal concept step-by-step: defining sound objectives, designing an effective work plan with work packages, creating a Gantt chart and PERT diagram, defining an ideal consortium, and putting together a realistic budget. Impact and Exploitation workshop: You will draft the Expected Impact section and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. Dissemination and Communication workshop: Participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Technical and Financial Project Management Effectively implement your projects and ensure sound financial management After successfully submitting their proposals, the participants will understand how to get a Horizon 2020 project started on the right foot, receive practical tips to ensure an effective technical implementation of the project, and go into the issues of financial management and reporting. During practical workshops, you will discuss real-life case scenarios related to project coordination, working with partners, dissemination, project's amendments and you will go thorugh specific exercises to simulate budget planning, budget monitoring and financial reporting in an H2020 project. During this training course you will learn how to tackle budget transfers and reallocations, controlling overspending, managing underspending and conducting reporting. You will also prepare a financial statement for a virtual H2020 project based on specific project documentation with salary slips, invoices, receipts, timesheets and other proof of costs.

Starting with the Grant Agreement Preparation, going through the kick-off organisation and setting up the decision-making/ communication/quality assurance and reporting systems we show you what can go wrong legally, financially, culturally in a H2020 research project. AND we will show you how you can avoid or correct these mistakes. A few nightmare and success stories will be discussed during the role-play workshop that we experienced in the past few years. Our 15 running H2020 project guarantee that our trainers are the best to share their knowledge and experience. We recommend this course to those who are involved in everyday implementation and/or financial management of H2020 projects as well as to those who have just started implementing their project as a partner or coordinator, and do not yet have an in-depth knowledge on Horizon 2020 financial issues (for advanced level financial course, please check out our Horizon 2020 Master of Finance and Administration training course). Why participate in the "H2020 Project Management and Finance" course? 1. Trainers are actual H2020 Project Managers and Coordinators This 2-day training course is built 100% on H2020 project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone project managers and coordinators, whose day-to-day work is to make sure that their multiple projects are implemented according to EC Grant Agreement, problems are promptly tackled, and project partners adequately assisted in legal, technical and financial management issues. Over the years we have helped almost 1,000 project managers and coordinators in understanding the legal, technical and financial rules of the Research Framework Programme and managing European projects. 2. Lectures and practical workshops on H2020 project implementation and financial management Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach. Lectures and presentations with practical tips and stories are complemented by hands-on workshops and exercises throughout the two days. Project Management and Technical Reporting Grant Agreement Preparation – road to success and things that could go wrong. Getting started – models on Consortium Agreement, advance payment, bank guarantees, and the kick-off meeting. IPR issues in practice – how to protect your background and how to benefit from the foreground. Technical reporting – how to fill in the online forms and compile the Part B of your report. Technical reviews – Get prepared for the best- and worst-case scenarios. Workshop: Project Management Role-Play Each participant will represent a beneficiary in a project which is facing various challenges. Your trainer will represent the European Commission, whose goal is to make sure that the project is implemented according to the GA. You will tackle – as a consortium or individually – challenges that frequently arise in an H2020 project: budget transfers, inadequate budget, poorly performing partner, conflicts on IPR, GA amendments, technical reviews, etc. All case studies are based on real issues which we went through in our past and ongoing H2020 projects as coordinator or partner. Learn by doing and learn from others! Financial Management and Reporting Financial rules of Horizon 2020 – how to harmonise EU rules with your national taxation and internal accounting principles. Eligible and non-eligible costs, cost statements – upgrading your financial admin system. Different calculation methods for Personnel costs – employees and consultants. Allocation of Travel costs, Equipment, Other costs, and Overheads based on practical examples Subcontracting and third parties – how to avoid rejection of costs. Uploading reports to the Participant Portal – hints and tips to control your partners’ spending. Workshop: Budget monitoring and financial reporting You will go through specific exercises to simulate budget planning, budget monitoring and financial reporting in an H2020 project. You will tackle budget transfers and reallocations, controlling overspending, managing underspending and conducting reporting. You will prepare a financial statement for a virtual H2020 project based on specific project documentation with salary slips, invoices, receipts, timesheets and other proof of costs. Is this training for me? Over the past 14 years, our training courses have been attended by over 7,000 participants from leading research institutions, universities, SMEs, industry and other public and civil society organisations from all over Europe and beyond. Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Project managers and coordinators Research advisers, EU grant advisers Researchers Financial managers Grants offices, NCPs coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies

Horizon 2020 Project Management and Finance

20 - 21 June, 2019

Budapest, Continental Hotel Budapest, Dohány Street

Starting with the Grant Agreement Preparation, going through the kick-off organisation and setting up the decision-making/ communication/quality assurance and reporting systems we show you what can go wrong legally, financially, culturally in a H2020 research project. AND we will show you how you can avoid or correct these mistakes. A few nightmare and success stories will be discussed during the role-play workshop that we experienced in the past few years. Our 15 running H2020 project guarantee that our trainers are the best to share their knowledge and experience. We recommend this course to those who are involved in everyday implementation and/or financial management of H2020 projects as well as to those who have just started implementing their project as a partner or coordinator, and do not yet have an in-depth knowledge on Horizon 2020 financial issues (for advanced level financial course, please check out our Horizon 2020 Master of Finance and Administration training course). Why participate in the "H2020 Project Management and Finance" course? 1. Trainers are actual H2020 Project Managers and Coordinators This 2-day training course is built 100% on H2020 project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone project managers and coordinators, whose day-to-day work is to make sure that their multiple projects are implemented according to EC Grant Agreement, problems are promptly tackled, and project partners adequately assisted in legal, technical and financial management issues. Over the years we have helped almost 1,000 project managers and coordinators in understanding the legal, technical and financial rules of the Research Framework Programme and managing European projects. 2. Lectures and practical workshops on H2020 project implementation and financial management Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach. Lectures and presentations with practical tips and stories are complemented by hands-on workshops and exercises throughout the two days. Project Management and Technical Reporting Grant Agreement Preparation – road to success and things that could go wrong. Getting started – models on Consortium Agreement, advance payment, bank guarantees, and the kick-off meeting. IPR issues in practice – how to protect your background and how to benefit from the foreground. Technical reporting – how to fill in the online forms and compile the Part B of your report. Technical reviews – Get prepared for the best- and worst-case scenarios. Workshop: Project Management Role-Play Each participant will represent a beneficiary in a project which is facing various challenges. Your trainer will represent the European Commission, whose goal is to make sure that the project is implemented according to the GA. You will tackle – as a consortium or individually – challenges that frequently arise in an H2020 project: budget transfers, inadequate budget, poorly performing partner, conflicts on IPR, GA amendments, technical reviews, etc. All case studies are based on real issues which we went through in our past and ongoing H2020 projects as coordinator or partner. Learn by doing and learn from others! Financial Management and Reporting Financial rules of Horizon 2020 – how to harmonise EU rules with your national taxation and internal accounting principles. Eligible and non-eligible costs, cost statements – upgrading your financial admin system. Different calculation methods for Personnel costs – employees and consultants. Allocation of Travel costs, Equipment, Other costs, and Overheads based on practical examples Subcontracting and third parties – how to avoid rejection of costs. Uploading reports to the Participant Portal – hints and tips to control your partners’ spending. Workshop: Budget monitoring and financial reporting You will go through specific exercises to simulate budget planning, budget monitoring and financial reporting in an H2020 project. You will tackle budget transfers and reallocations, controlling overspending, managing underspending and conducting reporting. You will prepare a financial statement for a virtual H2020 project based on specific project documentation with salary slips, invoices, receipts, timesheets and other proof of costs. Is this training for me? Over the past 14 years, our training courses have been attended by over 7,000 participants from leading research institutions, universities, SMEs, industry and other public and civil society organisations from all over Europe and beyond. Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Project managers and coordinators Research advisers, EU grant advisers Researchers Financial managers Grants offices, NCPs coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies

Is your brand future-proof? How can brands express themselves using new channels and evolving technologies and create design that will last for generations? Branding is UK's number one export. But what makes agencies in London so successful globally?

Meet the legendary designers behind the greatest masterpieces and listen to their approach to brand strategy. Explore all the new possibilities from experiential and sound identity to branding in digital and motion design.

This one-week learning adventure is for people who want to understand what differentiates a good brand from a great one, how to create a legacy and what you need to know to succeed globally.

This programme will help you to stay up-to-date with the newest trends in the industry, become better at what you do and find new ways to develop your career. The programme includes talks, roundtables, mini-workshops, visits to exhibitions and professional discussions. You will also have a unique opportunity to get a behind the scenes look at the most influential agencies in London and meet fellow creatives from around the world.

Programme structure

Every day will consist of various activities to maximise your learning experience.

Morning guest: the first activity of the day includes informal talk over breakfast to activate the brain and body to receive the creative stimuli of the day. You will interact with other participants, share your ideas, experiences and expectation for the day and meet local professionals to get to know more about the backstage of the creative industry.
Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture, roundtable or a workshop in one of London's top companies.
Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions we will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations.
Afternoon session: it is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work.
Debrief and the city: after a long day of absorbing new ways of working, idea brainstorming and creative exercises we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars.

Who is this programme for?

— Creative and art directors — Brand managers and strategists — Heads of marketing — Graphic, motion, digital and packaging designers — Everyone who is passionate about branding

You will learn:

— What processes, tools and methodologies do leading creative agencies use — How to create a future-proof brand — Latest trends in branding – from motion design to scent and sound design — How new technologies like Artificial intelligence and Virtual Reality will change what branding means — How to approach redesign of a brand with heritage — How to plan an office space to promote the culture of creativity and knowledge exchange — How to share your ideas with clients more effectively

Cost £1,995 (Subject to 20% VAT; if you are paying as an individual living in Europe, UK or if you are a UK business)

Price includes: — all talks, office visits, roundtables and workshops — exhibition entries and planned cultural activities during the programme — party/networking event at the end of the week — certificates

Price doesn't include banks transfer fees, food, travel, visa, accommodation or any other extra expenses.

FLA: Future of Branding Week

24 - 28 June, 2019

London, United Kingdom

Is your brand future-proof? How can brands express themselves using new channels and evolving technologies and create design that will last for generations? Branding is UK's number one export. But what makes agencies in London so successful globally? Meet the legendary designers behind the greatest masterpieces and listen to their approach to brand strategy. Explore all the new possibilities from experiential and sound identity to branding in digital and motion design. This one-week learning adventure is for people who want to understand what differentiates a good brand from a great one, how to create a legacy and what you need to know to succeed globally. This programme will help you to stay up-to-date with the newest trends in the industry, become better at what you do and find new ways to develop your career. The programme includes talks, roundtables, mini-workshops, visits to exhibitions and professional discussions. You will also have a unique opportunity to get a behind the scenes look at the most influential agencies in London and meet fellow creatives from around the world. Programme structure Every day will consist of various activities to maximise your learning experience. Morning guest: the first activity of the day includes informal talk over breakfast to activate the brain and body to receive the creative stimuli of the day. You will interact with other participants, share your ideas, experiences and expectation for the day and meet local professionals to get to know more about the backstage of the creative industry. Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture, roundtable or a workshop in one of London's top companies. Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions we will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. Afternoon session: it is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work. Debrief and the city: after a long day of absorbing new ways of working, idea brainstorming and creative exercises we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars. Who is this programme for? — Creative and art directors — Brand managers and strategists — Heads of marketing — Graphic, motion, digital and packaging designers — Everyone who is passionate about branding You will learn: — What processes, tools and methodologies do leading creative agencies use — How to create a future-proof brand — Latest trends in branding – from motion design to scent and sound design — How new technologies like Artificial intelligence and Virtual Reality will change what branding means — How to approach redesign of a brand with heritage — How to plan an office space to promote the culture of creativity and knowledge exchange — How to share your ideas with clients more effectively Cost £1,995 (Subject to 20% VAT; if you are paying as an individual living in Europe, UK or if you are a UK business) Price includes: — all talks, office visits, roundtables and workshops — exhibition entries and planned cultural activities during the programme — party/networking event at the end of the week — certificates Price doesn't include banks transfer fees, food, travel, visa, accommodation or any other extra expenses.

Create experiences that people will fall in love with. Get inspiration for your current projects and advice on how to build a design team of your dreams. Find out the secrets of what makes products successful and what mistakes companies made when they were building new services.

During a whole week, you’ll immerse yourself in London's technology and creative industry exploring the hottest trends and latest inventions. You will have a chance to meet the teams behind the most ground-breaking products and learn how they approach to design strategy, work with clients and improve their services.

This programme consists of lectures, roundtable discussions and mini-workshops all conducted at the actual company offices – that gives an even better perspective on how they work and collaborate. Some people call our format a 'design safari', some say it's a VIP behind-the-scenes experience or a research trip.

This is a very fresh way to learn and explore the industry. And the best part is – you will spend this week as a part of a small group of 20 like-minded entrepreneurs, UX designers and product managers from around the globe.

Programme structure

Every day will consist of various activities to maximise your learning experience.
Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture, roundtable or a workshop in one of London's top companies.
Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions we will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations.
Afternoon session: it is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work.
Debrief and the city: after a long day of absorbing new ways of working, idea brainstorming and creative exercises we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars.

Who is this programme for?

— Creative directors and heads of design departments — Digital product designers, UX and visual designers — Design managers and team leads — UX researchers and analysts — Service designers and product owners

You will learn:

— Best practices in conducting research, prototyping, testing, and product launch for the web, mobile, wearables, and internet. — How human centred design can help your projects — How do the world’s best design team and companies work: processes, teams, workspaces, and culture — Methods and tools for digital product design — Digital product design trends — Different ways to use design to change people's behaviour — Oldest pubs and best craft beers

Course curator

Yury Vetrov, Head of Portal UX, Mail.Ru Group Yury heads Portal UX design team at Mail.Ru Group, one of two largest Russian internet companies that develop's 20 multi-platform products. Before becoming a big deal at Mail.ru Group, Yury had his own UX consultancy. He also runs a blog on UX Strategy in Russian, curates one of the most popular UX communities, writes for Smashing Magazine and UXMatters, organises Moscow Dribbble Meetup and teaches at British Higher School of Art & Design.

Cost £1,995 (Subject to 20% VAT; if you are paying as an individual living in Europe, UK or if you are a UK business)

Price includes: — all talks, office visits, roundtables and workshops — exhibition entries and planned cultural activities during the programme — party/networking event at the end of the week — certificates

Price doesn't include banks transfer fees, food, travel, visa, accommodation or any other extra expenses.

FLA: UX and Digital Design Week

12 - 16 August, 2019

London, United Kingdom

Create experiences that people will fall in love with. Get inspiration for your current projects and advice on how to build a design team of your dreams. Find out the secrets of what makes products successful and what mistakes companies made when they were building new services. During a whole week, you’ll immerse yourself in London's technology and creative industry exploring the hottest trends and latest inventions. You will have a chance to meet the teams behind the most ground-breaking products and learn how they approach to design strategy, work with clients and improve their services. This programme consists of lectures, roundtable discussions and mini-workshops all conducted at the actual company offices – that gives an even better perspective on how they work and collaborate. Some people call our format a 'design safari', some say it's a VIP behind-the-scenes experience or a research trip. This is a very fresh way to learn and explore the industry. And the best part is – you will spend this week as a part of a small group of 20 like-minded entrepreneurs, UX designers and product managers from around the globe. Programme structure Every day will consist of various activities to maximise your learning experience. Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture, roundtable or a workshop in one of London's top companies. Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions we will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. Afternoon session: it is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work. Debrief and the city: after a long day of absorbing new ways of working, idea brainstorming and creative exercises we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars. Who is this programme for? — Creative directors and heads of design departments — Digital product designers, UX and visual designers — Design managers and team leads — UX researchers and analysts — Service designers and product owners You will learn: — Best practices in conducting research, prototyping, testing, and product launch for the web, mobile, wearables, and internet. — How human centred design can help your projects — How do the world’s best design team and companies work: processes, teams, workspaces, and culture — Methods and tools for digital product design — Digital product design trends — Different ways to use design to change people's behaviour — Oldest pubs and best craft beers Course curator Yury Vetrov, Head of Portal UX, Mail.Ru Group Yury heads Portal UX design team at Mail.Ru Group, one of two largest Russian internet companies that develop's 20 multi-platform products. Before becoming a big deal at Mail.ru Group, Yury had his own UX consultancy. He also runs a blog on UX Strategy in Russian, curates one of the most popular UX communities, writes for Smashing Magazine and UXMatters, organises Moscow Dribbble Meetup and teaches at British Higher School of Art & Design. Cost £1,995 (Subject to 20% VAT; if you are paying as an individual living in Europe, UK or if you are a UK business) Price includes: — all talks, office visits, roundtables and workshops — exhibition entries and planned cultural activities during the programme — party/networking event at the end of the week — certificates Price doesn't include banks transfer fees, food, travel, visa, accommodation or any other extra expenses.

OpenLivingLab Days (OLLD) is the annual gathering of the global Living Lab community. A space for public officials, companies, entrepreneurs, academics, living lab representatives, and innovators to connect and work together: to create new products and services, to set the basis for debate and exploration of theories, and to discuss and process policy recommendations within the practical elements of open and user-driven innovation. Through interactive panel discussions, hands-on workshops with leading experts and site visits to our local partners, OLLD offers an exclusive networking and knowledge sharing experience. Join Living Labs, companies, public officials, policy makers, researchers, non-profits and entrepreneurs to: - Explore co-creation methodologies, tools and best practices - Meet new partners for consortium building and set-up transnational experimentation grounds - Transform markets by engaging citizens in co-creating products and services - Find potential experimentation & test environments

A unique programme for creative entrepreneurs, designers and business owners – introducing you to London's most innovative businesses. Some people call our format a 'design safari', some say it's a VIP behind-the-scenes experience or a research trip. During the week you will also explore the latest trends and discoveries in virtual reality, artificial intelligence, sustainability and the future of technologies. You will learn about the latest approach to creativity, product management and business management – and have the opportunity to ask any questions in an informal atmosphere. All lectures and workshops will take place in the actual agencies giving participants a better context of the topic. This programme is designed to give you inspiration for your work, to help you get an expert opinion on your current projects, and keep you up-to-date with the latest trends in the industry. Programme structure Every day will consist of various activities to maximise your learning experience. Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture, roundtable or a workshop in one of London's top companies. Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions we will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. Afternoon session: it is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work. Debrief and the city: after a long day of absorbing new ways of working, innovating and creative thinking we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars. Who is this programme for? — CEOs, CIOs and business owners — heads of design and innovation departments — product managers and team leaders — service and experience designers — UX researchers — innovators and trendsetters You will learn: — How to use design thinking to create innovation — Best practices in conducting research, prototyping, testing and product launching — Latest trends in VR, AR and AI — What other methodologies and processes companies use to create new products — How to spot real innovation — How to plan an office space to promote the culture of innovation and knowledge exchange — How to share your ideas with clients and investors more effectively Course curator; Ekaterina Solomeina, Co-Founder of Future London Academy Ekaterina is a designer, innovator and a TEDx speaker. For the past 14 years, Ekaterina has worked with the top design and innovation companies around the world Coca-Cola, Versace, Samsung, IBM and Microsoft helping to grow brands, developing design teams and creating new digital products. "London is the best place to learn about innovation and service. This is a city where technology giants meet quirky startups, where traditions meet inventions, and where designers from all across the world are solving problems with the power of design thinking." Cost £1,995 (Subject to 20% VAT; if you are paying as an individual living in Europe, UK or if you are a UK business) Price includes: — all talks, office visits, roundtables and workshops — exhibition entries and planned cultural activities during the programme — party/networking event at the end of the week — certificates Price doesn't include banks transfer fees, food, travel, visa, accommodation or any other extra expenses.

FLA: Design Thinking & Innovation Week

16 - 20 September, 2019

London, United Kingdom

A unique programme for creative entrepreneurs, designers and business owners – introducing you to London's most innovative businesses. Some people call our format a 'design safari', some say it's a VIP behind-the-scenes experience or a research trip. During the week you will also explore the latest trends and discoveries in virtual reality, artificial intelligence, sustainability and the future of technologies. You will learn about the latest approach to creativity, product management and business management – and have the opportunity to ask any questions in an informal atmosphere. All lectures and workshops will take place in the actual agencies giving participants a better context of the topic. This programme is designed to give you inspiration for your work, to help you get an expert opinion on your current projects, and keep you up-to-date with the latest trends in the industry. Programme structure Every day will consist of various activities to maximise your learning experience. Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture, roundtable or a workshop in one of London's top companies. Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions we will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. Afternoon session: it is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work. Debrief and the city: after a long day of absorbing new ways of working, innovating and creative thinking we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars. Who is this programme for? — CEOs, CIOs and business owners — heads of design and innovation departments — product managers and team leaders — service and experience designers — UX researchers — innovators and trendsetters You will learn: — How to use design thinking to create innovation — Best practices in conducting research, prototyping, testing and product launching — Latest trends in VR, AR and AI — What other methodologies and processes companies use to create new products — How to spot real innovation — How to plan an office space to promote the culture of innovation and knowledge exchange — How to share your ideas with clients and investors more effectively Course curator; Ekaterina Solomeina, Co-Founder of Future London Academy Ekaterina is a designer, innovator and a TEDx speaker. For the past 14 years, Ekaterina has worked with the top design and innovation companies around the world Coca-Cola, Versace, Samsung, IBM and Microsoft helping to grow brands, developing design teams and creating new digital products. "London is the best place to learn about innovation and service. This is a city where technology giants meet quirky startups, where traditions meet inventions, and where designers from all across the world are solving problems with the power of design thinking." Cost £1,995 (Subject to 20% VAT; if you are paying as an individual living in Europe, UK or if you are a UK business) Price includes: — all talks, office visits, roundtables and workshops — exhibition entries and planned cultural activities during the programme — party/networking event at the end of the week — certificates Price doesn't include banks transfer fees, food, travel, visa, accommodation or any other extra expenses.

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This 3-day training course provides a complete insight into the financial management and administration of Horizon 2020 projects, and EC financial audits. It will help you ensure that the day-to-day bookkeeping as well as the periodic and financial reports of your H2020 projects are sound and fully conform with the requirements of the H2020 Grant Agreement and ready for an EC audit. Facts and doubts about H2020 financial management and administration Eligibility of various costs in H2020 may depend on various factors and differ on a case-by-case basis. Do you know how to interpret the H2020 AMGA and make the right decisions? Calculation of personnel costs is the most common source of problems in financial reporting and audits. Do you know how to make your time-sheets bulletproof and your salary calculation correct? Financial rules of Horizon 2020 differ from the financial rules of FP7 on several instances. Do you know what these differences are and what implications they have on your accounting and administration processes? EC financial audits at H2020 beneficiaries can be conducted directly by the Commission services or by external contractors. Do you know how the financial audits are conducted and how to get prepared for both approaches? 1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Coordinators This 3-day training course is built 100% on project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone financial managers and administrators, whose daily work is to prepare financial reports and control budgets, manage project spending and assist our project partners in their financial management. Their projects were recently subject of an EC audit. 2. Lectures and practical workshops on Financial Reporting Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach – hear presentations in the morning, then use your newly-acquired knowledge during the workshops: Horizon 2020 Financial Rules Introducing the financial rules from the very basics to the most advanced issues using a practical, real-life approach. Workshop: Financial Management and Reporting Discover the well-known and utterly unique workshop of Europa Media. Participants will receive a package consisting of timesheets, salary slips, invoices, contracts, per-diem certificates and mission reports for a virtual H2020 project. They will then have to calculate the eligible costs and submit a financial statement. EC Audits Participants will be briefed on the EC financial audit process. Financial rules and bottlenecks, tricks and mistakes to focus on will be introduced. Workshop: EC Audit You will become an auditor for a day! Participants in small groups will perform a financial audit of a virtual Horizon 2020 project based on the documentation provided by us. Your Benefits Learn everything about the financial rules of H2020 - find out what is new, what has changed and how to get the most out of your budget. Participate in Europa Media's well-known Financial Reporting and EC Audit workshops and prepare your financial statement (Form C) and simulate a real-life audit. Discover the mistakes you made during the workshops and find out how to avoid making them again. Network and exchange experiences with leading universities, research institutions and companies from around the EU and beyond. Is this training right for me? Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Researchers Financial administrators Project managers Decision makers coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different background will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse backgrounds of the participants, which allows all to learn a lot from the many different approaches and stories.

H2020 Master of Finance and Administration and EC Audits

23 - 25 September, 2019

Vienna - Grand Hotel Mercure Biedermeier

This 3-day training course provides a complete insight into the financial management and administration of Horizon 2020 projects, and EC financial audits. It will help you ensure that the day-to-day bookkeeping as well as the periodic and financial reports of your H2020 projects are sound and fully conform with the requirements of the H2020 Grant Agreement and ready for an EC audit. Facts and doubts about H2020 financial management and administration Eligibility of various costs in H2020 may depend on various factors and differ on a case-by-case basis. Do you know how to interpret the H2020 AMGA and make the right decisions? Calculation of personnel costs is the most common source of problems in financial reporting and audits. Do you know how to make your time-sheets bulletproof and your salary calculation correct? Financial rules of Horizon 2020 differ from the financial rules of FP7 on several instances. Do you know what these differences are and what implications they have on your accounting and administration processes? EC financial audits at H2020 beneficiaries can be conducted directly by the Commission services or by external contractors. Do you know how the financial audits are conducted and how to get prepared for both approaches? 1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Coordinators This 3-day training course is built 100% on project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone financial managers and administrators, whose daily work is to prepare financial reports and control budgets, manage project spending and assist our project partners in their financial management. Their projects were recently subject of an EC audit. 2. Lectures and practical workshops on Financial Reporting Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach – hear presentations in the morning, then use your newly-acquired knowledge during the workshops: Horizon 2020 Financial Rules Introducing the financial rules from the very basics to the most advanced issues using a practical, real-life approach. Workshop: Financial Management and Reporting Discover the well-known and utterly unique workshop of Europa Media. Participants will receive a package consisting of timesheets, salary slips, invoices, contracts, per-diem certificates and mission reports for a virtual H2020 project. They will then have to calculate the eligible costs and submit a financial statement. EC Audits Participants will be briefed on the EC financial audit process. Financial rules and bottlenecks, tricks and mistakes to focus on will be introduced. Workshop: EC Audit You will become an auditor for a day! Participants in small groups will perform a financial audit of a virtual Horizon 2020 project based on the documentation provided by us. Your Benefits Learn everything about the financial rules of H2020 - find out what is new, what has changed and how to get the most out of your budget. Participate in Europa Media's well-known Financial Reporting and EC Audit workshops and prepare your financial statement (Form C) and simulate a real-life audit. Discover the mistakes you made during the workshops and find out how to avoid making them again. Network and exchange experiences with leading universities, research institutions and companies from around the EU and beyond. Is this training right for me? Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Researchers Financial administrators Project managers Decision makers coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different background will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse backgrounds of the participants, which allows all to learn a lot from the many different approaches and stories.

The course will provide the participants with a sound understanding of the options for the scope and content of consortium agreements that can effectively complement the Grant Agreement in Horizon 2020 projects. To fully understand what should be included into the Consortium Agreements and how we will introduce the rights and obligations deriving from the Grant Agreement and discuss what other types of legal agreements may exist before signing the Consortium Agreement. Hands-on workshop We will conduct a hands-on workshop on consortium agreements for H2020 projects, during which the participants will work in groups on different case studies to discuss how to draw up an effective Consortium Agreement. For this exercise, we will introduce different real-life scenarios with problematic and challenging situations in H2020 projects such as conflicts on IPR and exploitation issues, disagreements on dissemination and publications, delays and quality problems in reports and deliverables, risks on financial management, and other budgetary problems. Under the moderation of a workshop leader, the participants will discuss specific clauses in a Consortium Agreement that could help to effectively tackle such situations. Your benefits: Get to know the options for formal and informal agreements between H2020 beneficiaries at the different stages of an H2020 project, starting from pre-proposal and proposal stage until Grant Agreement signature. Understand default rights and obligations from the GA concerning financial issues, management of IPR, and dissemination exploitation of results See options on addressing decision-making procedures and management structures, financial and budgetary issues, risk management and conflict resolution mechanisms, and IPR and exploitation issues in the Consortium Agreements. Compare model consortium agreements such as DESCA 2020, EUCAR and MCARD-2020 as well as other support structures.

Consortium Agreement in Horizon 2020 projects

26 September, 2019 - 26 September, 2019

Olivia Balmes Hotel, Carrer de Balmes, Barcelona, Spain

The course will provide the participants with a sound understanding of the options for the scope and content of consortium agreements that can effectively complement the Grant Agreement in Horizon 2020 projects. To fully understand what should be included into the Consortium Agreements and how we will introduce the rights and obligations deriving from the Grant Agreement and discuss what other types of legal agreements may exist before signing the Consortium Agreement. Hands-on workshop We will conduct a hands-on workshop on consortium agreements for H2020 projects, during which the participants will work in groups on different case studies to discuss how to draw up an effective Consortium Agreement. For this exercise, we will introduce different real-life scenarios with problematic and challenging situations in H2020 projects such as conflicts on IPR and exploitation issues, disagreements on dissemination and publications, delays and quality problems in reports and deliverables, risks on financial management, and other budgetary problems. Under the moderation of a workshop leader, the participants will discuss specific clauses in a Consortium Agreement that could help to effectively tackle such situations. Your benefits: Get to know the options for formal and informal agreements between H2020 beneficiaries at the different stages of an H2020 project, starting from pre-proposal and proposal stage until Grant Agreement signature. Understand default rights and obligations from the GA concerning financial issues, management of IPR, and dissemination exploitation of results See options on addressing decision-making procedures and management structures, financial and budgetary issues, risk management and conflict resolution mechanisms, and IPR and exploitation issues in the Consortium Agreements. Compare model consortium agreements such as DESCA 2020, EUCAR and MCARD-2020 as well as other support structures.

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We are sharing our direct experience with successful and unsuccessful proposals under the 2014-2018 calls and providing tips and recommendations on how to write best the Impact section and put together all issues that lead you to be able to achieve that impact. Factors determining your impact: start with a winning team – turn your idea into innovation – position it properly – define convincing KPIs – assess barriers and risks adequately – communicate/disseminate/exploit always with supporting your final goal. Join us and get a practical insight into developing competitive H2020 proposals with an excellent Impact. Are you ready to submit a competitive project proposal under Horizon 2020? Join Europa Media’s Horizon 2020 Proposal Development – Focus: Impact training course and obtain hands-on knowledge and the necessary skills to submit competitive project proposals under the EU's research and innovation programme Horizon 2020. Why participate in the "Horizon 2020 Proposal Development – Focus: Impact" course? The key findings of H2020 Interim Evaluation - Monitoring Report concluded: “There remains an innovation gap. EU lags behind in breakthrough, market-creating innovation Low involvement of civil society but improving from FP7: room for improvement in bringing research closer to the general public” Two key findings that your project may change – that the evaluators will be looking for and find positive - if the Impact is well-defined. Several calls for proposals are now open with deadlines in spring/summer, and many forthcoming topics and draft 2018-2020 Work Programmes are in the pipeline. Bring your project ideas and calls to the training, we will discuss your concept with you and you may even find your excellent future partners with our help, maybe amongst the training participants. This 2-day course will provide you with an insight into Horizon 2020 with a focus on Impact and the necessary practical skills to develop competitive proposals. 1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Coordinators This course is built on our direct experience gained over the past 17 years from developing and submitting proposals and implementing projects under the EU's Research Framework Programmes. The trainers of Europa Media are actual project managers, coordinators and financial administrators of EU-funded research and innovation projects. They are currently involved in more than 10 successful ongoing Horizon 2020 projects as project coordinator, work package or task leader, and are on a daily basis conceiving and developing their own project proposals under the open and forthcoming H2020 calls. This course is designed based on this direct experience and is therefore 100% practice-driven. We will show you through our own two main examples of how the Impact should be written. These two proposals received 14.5 points! 2. Lectures and Workshops on proposal development, impact and dissemination Experience Europa Media's well-known "learning-by-doing" approach – hear presentations introducing the rules of the game with examples, then practice your newly-gained knowledge during the practical and interactive workshops. Proposal Development under Horizon 2020 Develop a project proposal in response to a work programme topic (“call”). As a start: After going through a simple exercise, you will be encouraged to pursue a new way of thinking - a method to ensure that you get started in the right way. You will then further develop your proposal concept step-by-step: defining sound objectives, designing an effective work plan with work packages, creating a Gantt chart and PERT diagram, defining an ideal consortium, and putting together a realistic budget. Impact and Exploitation workshop: You will draft the Expected Impact section and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. Dissemination and Communication workshop: Participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Your benefits Whether you have already written and submitted proposals under FP7 and/or Horizon 2020, or will be just starting to develop a project proposal for the first time, this course will help you strengthen your proposal development skills so that you can put together competitive proposals under Horizon 2020. Get an insight into Horizon 2020 programme. Find out how to develop a Horizon 2020 project concept with a new focus. Understand how to work out different strategies for Impact section description. Learn about IP strategies, business models, open access schemes and other exploitation issues. Tailor your communication and dissemination to your results and Impact to be achieved. Learn how to put together a sound project budget. Understand the evaluation process and context to better conceive your proposal. Network and exchange experiences with leading universities, research institutions and companies from around the EU and beyond. Actual project managers and coordinators will moderate practical workshops, sharing their experiences with successful and unsuccessful proposals, addressing all aspects of developing competitive proposals under EU's research and innovation programmes. Is this training right for me? This course targets all those who have been competitively participating in FP7/H2020 projects as well as those who aim to participate in Horizon 2020 and want to develop their proposal development skills to submit winning proposals.

Horizon 2020 Proposal Writing - Focus: Impact

08 - 09 October, 2019

Budapest, Continental Hotel Budapest, Dohány Street, Hungary

We are sharing our direct experience with successful and unsuccessful proposals under the 2014-2018 calls and providing tips and recommendations on how to write best the Impact section and put together all issues that lead you to be able to achieve that impact. Factors determining your impact: start with a winning team – turn your idea into innovation – position it properly – define convincing KPIs – assess barriers and risks adequately – communicate/disseminate/exploit always with supporting your final goal. Join us and get a practical insight into developing competitive H2020 proposals with an excellent Impact. Are you ready to submit a competitive project proposal under Horizon 2020? Join Europa Media’s Horizon 2020 Proposal Development – Focus: Impact training course and obtain hands-on knowledge and the necessary skills to submit competitive project proposals under the EU's research and innovation programme Horizon 2020. Why participate in the "Horizon 2020 Proposal Development – Focus: Impact" course? The key findings of H2020 Interim Evaluation - Monitoring Report concluded: “There remains an innovation gap. EU lags behind in breakthrough, market-creating innovation Low involvement of civil society but improving from FP7: room for improvement in bringing research closer to the general public” Two key findings that your project may change – that the evaluators will be looking for and find positive - if the Impact is well-defined. Several calls for proposals are now open with deadlines in spring/summer, and many forthcoming topics and draft 2018-2020 Work Programmes are in the pipeline. Bring your project ideas and calls to the training, we will discuss your concept with you and you may even find your excellent future partners with our help, maybe amongst the training participants. This 2-day course will provide you with an insight into Horizon 2020 with a focus on Impact and the necessary practical skills to develop competitive proposals. 1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Coordinators This course is built on our direct experience gained over the past 17 years from developing and submitting proposals and implementing projects under the EU's Research Framework Programmes. The trainers of Europa Media are actual project managers, coordinators and financial administrators of EU-funded research and innovation projects. They are currently involved in more than 10 successful ongoing Horizon 2020 projects as project coordinator, work package or task leader, and are on a daily basis conceiving and developing their own project proposals under the open and forthcoming H2020 calls. This course is designed based on this direct experience and is therefore 100% practice-driven. We will show you through our own two main examples of how the Impact should be written. These two proposals received 14.5 points! 2. Lectures and Workshops on proposal development, impact and dissemination Experience Europa Media's well-known "learning-by-doing" approach – hear presentations introducing the rules of the game with examples, then practice your newly-gained knowledge during the practical and interactive workshops. Proposal Development under Horizon 2020 Develop a project proposal in response to a work programme topic (“call”). As a start: After going through a simple exercise, you will be encouraged to pursue a new way of thinking - a method to ensure that you get started in the right way. You will then further develop your proposal concept step-by-step: defining sound objectives, designing an effective work plan with work packages, creating a Gantt chart and PERT diagram, defining an ideal consortium, and putting together a realistic budget. Impact and Exploitation workshop: You will draft the Expected Impact section and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. Dissemination and Communication workshop: Participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Your benefits Whether you have already written and submitted proposals under FP7 and/or Horizon 2020, or will be just starting to develop a project proposal for the first time, this course will help you strengthen your proposal development skills so that you can put together competitive proposals under Horizon 2020. Get an insight into Horizon 2020 programme. Find out how to develop a Horizon 2020 project concept with a new focus. Understand how to work out different strategies for Impact section description. Learn about IP strategies, business models, open access schemes and other exploitation issues. Tailor your communication and dissemination to your results and Impact to be achieved. Learn how to put together a sound project budget. Understand the evaluation process and context to better conceive your proposal. Network and exchange experiences with leading universities, research institutions and companies from around the EU and beyond. Actual project managers and coordinators will moderate practical workshops, sharing their experiences with successful and unsuccessful proposals, addressing all aspects of developing competitive proposals under EU's research and innovation programmes. Is this training right for me? This course targets all those who have been competitively participating in FP7/H2020 projects as well as those who aim to participate in Horizon 2020 and want to develop their proposal development skills to submit winning proposals.

The full EU R&I project lifecycle from the proposal concept till the final report - The essence of all our knowledge: European Funding Academy Join Europa Media’s winter European Funding Academy and get a practical insight to the EU research and innovation projects and gain hands-on knowledge on how to submit competitive project proposals and effectively manage projects under Horizon 2020. WHY Europa Media's course? Europa Media’s trainers are actual project managers, coordinators and financial administrators of our 15 successful H2020 projects – giving you advice based on their everyday experience. Europa Media is always the first to provide clear and understandable explanations and answers through practical examples and workshops during which you can practice what we preach. Europa Media is Europe’s leading provider of practical training courses in developing and implementing EU R&I projects. WHAT: This 4-day intensive course will help you develop more competitive proposals under Horizon 2020 calls and effectively manage your projects. The European Funding Academy provides a complete insight to the EU research and innovation programmes of 2014-2020 (there are other funding sources besides H2020) and draws on the lessons learned from: The 2014-2018 calls of H2020; Dozens of our winning and lost proposals with around 30% success rate; and Our recently funded H2020 projects, including the reports submitted. HOW: Lectures and workshops on Proposal Development and Project Management Experience Europa Media's famous "learning-by-doing" approach – presentations in the morning, then practice your newly-gained knowledge during the workshops specifically designed for the particular topics: Proposal Development Develop a project proposal in response to a work programme topic (“call”). Getting started: After going through a simple exercise, you will be encouraged to pursue a new way of thinking - a method to ensure that you get started in the right way. You will then further develop your proposal concept step-by-step: defining sound objectives, designing an effective work plan with work packages, creating a Gantt chart and PERT diagram, defining an ideal consortium, and putting together a realistic budget. Impact and Exploitation workshop: You will draft the Expected Impact section and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. Dissemination and Communication workshop: Participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Technical and Financial Project Management Effectively implement your projects and ensure sound financial management After successfully submitting their proposals, the participants will understand how to get a Horizon 2020 project started on the right foot, receive practical tips to ensure an effective technical implementation of the project, and go into the issues of financial management and reporting. During practical workshops, you will discuss real-life case scenarios related to project coordination, working with partners, dissemination, project's amendments and you will go thorugh specific exercises to simulate budget planning, budget monitoring and financial reporting in an H2020 project. During this training course you will learn how to tackle budget transfers and reallocations, controlling overspending, managing underspending and conducting reporting. You will also prepare a financial statement for a virtual H2020 project based on specific project documentation with salary slips, invoices, receipts, timesheets and other proof of costs.

European Funding Academy

08 - 11 October, 2019

Budapest - Continental Hotel Zara****

The full EU R&I project lifecycle from the proposal concept till the final report - The essence of all our knowledge: European Funding Academy Join Europa Media’s winter European Funding Academy and get a practical insight to the EU research and innovation projects and gain hands-on knowledge on how to submit competitive project proposals and effectively manage projects under Horizon 2020. WHY Europa Media's course? Europa Media’s trainers are actual project managers, coordinators and financial administrators of our 15 successful H2020 projects – giving you advice based on their everyday experience. Europa Media is always the first to provide clear and understandable explanations and answers through practical examples and workshops during which you can practice what we preach. Europa Media is Europe’s leading provider of practical training courses in developing and implementing EU R&I projects. WHAT: This 4-day intensive course will help you develop more competitive proposals under Horizon 2020 calls and effectively manage your projects. The European Funding Academy provides a complete insight to the EU research and innovation programmes of 2014-2020 (there are other funding sources besides H2020) and draws on the lessons learned from: The 2014-2018 calls of H2020; Dozens of our winning and lost proposals with around 30% success rate; and Our recently funded H2020 projects, including the reports submitted. HOW: Lectures and workshops on Proposal Development and Project Management Experience Europa Media's famous "learning-by-doing" approach – presentations in the morning, then practice your newly-gained knowledge during the workshops specifically designed for the particular topics: Proposal Development Develop a project proposal in response to a work programme topic (“call”). Getting started: After going through a simple exercise, you will be encouraged to pursue a new way of thinking - a method to ensure that you get started in the right way. You will then further develop your proposal concept step-by-step: defining sound objectives, designing an effective work plan with work packages, creating a Gantt chart and PERT diagram, defining an ideal consortium, and putting together a realistic budget. Impact and Exploitation workshop: You will draft the Expected Impact section and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. Dissemination and Communication workshop: Participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Technical and Financial Project Management Effectively implement your projects and ensure sound financial management After successfully submitting their proposals, the participants will understand how to get a Horizon 2020 project started on the right foot, receive practical tips to ensure an effective technical implementation of the project, and go into the issues of financial management and reporting. During practical workshops, you will discuss real-life case scenarios related to project coordination, working with partners, dissemination, project's amendments and you will go thorugh specific exercises to simulate budget planning, budget monitoring and financial reporting in an H2020 project. During this training course you will learn how to tackle budget transfers and reallocations, controlling overspending, managing underspending and conducting reporting. You will also prepare a financial statement for a virtual H2020 project based on specific project documentation with salary slips, invoices, receipts, timesheets and other proof of costs.

This 2-day training course will introduce the first crucial steps for getting a Horizon 2020 project started on the right foot, provide practical tips to ensure a sound technical implementation of your project, and go into the issues of financial management and reporting. We recommend this course to those who are involved in everyday implementation and/or financial management of H2020 projects as well as to those who have just started implementing their project as a partner or coordinator, and do not yet have an in-depth knowledge on Horizon 2020 financial issues. Here are the typical challenges you need to tackle while implementing your Horizon 2020 project: Going through the Grant Agreement Preparation (GAP) process and meeting deadlines; Preparing an effective Consortium Agreement, handling IPR issues, and getting your project started on the right foot; Managing non-performing partners, creating a team from individual partners, dealing with conflicts, managing internal reports, submitting official reports to the EC; Keeping your books and records in order, administering your costs and time spent on the project accurately; Handling financial issues related to cost eligibility, budget transfers, and payment arrangements; Conducting effective communication and PR internally, with the European Commission, the research community, the industry and the wider public. Why participate in the "H2020 Project Management and Finance" course? 1. Trainers are actual H2020 Project Managers and Coordinators This 2-day training course is built 100% on H2020 project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone project managers and coordinators, whose day-to-day work is to make sure that their multiple projects are implemented according to EC Grant Agreement, problems are promptly tackled, and project partners adequately assisted in legal, technical and financial management issues. Over the years we have helped almost 1,000 project managers and coordinators in understanding the legal, technical and financial rules of the Research Framework Programme and managing European projects. 2. Lectures and practical workshops on H2020 project implementation and financial management Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach. Lectures and presentations with practical tips and stories are complemented by hands-on workshops and exercises throughout the two days. Project Management and Technical Reporting Grant Agreement Preparation – road to success and things that could go wrong. Getting started – models on Consortium Agreement, advance payment, bank guarantees, and the kick-off meeting. IPR issues in practice – how to protect your background and how to benefit from the foreground. Technical reporting – how to fill in the online forms and compile the Part B of your report. Technical reviews – Get prepared for the best- and worst-case scenarios. Workshop: Project Management Role-Play Each participant will represent a beneficiary in a project which is facing various challenges. Your trainer will represent the European Commission, whose goal is to make sure that the project is implemented according to the GA. You will tackle – as a consortium or individually – challenges that frequently arise in an H2020 project: budget transfers, inadequate budget, poorly performing partner, conflicts on IPR, GA amendments, technical reviews, etc. All case studies are based on real issues which we went through in our past and ongoing H2020 projects as coordinator or partner. Learn by doing and learn from others! Financial Management and Reporting Financial rules of Horizon 2020 – how to harmonise EU rules with your national taxation and internal accounting principles. Eligible and non-eligible costs, cost statements – upgrading your financial admin system. Different calculation methods for Personnel costs – employees and consultants. Allocation of Travel costs, Equipment, Other costs, and Overheads based on practical examples Subcontracting and third parties – how to avoid rejection of costs. Uploading reports to the Participant Portal – hints and tips to control your partners’ spending. Workshop: Budget monitoring and financial reporting You will go through specific exercises to simulate budget planning, budget monitoring and financial reporting in an H2020 project. You will tackle budget transfers and reallocations, controlling overspending, managing underspending and conducting reporting. You will prepare a financial statement for a virtual H2020 project based on specific project documentation with salary slips, invoices, receipts, timesheets and other proof of costs. Your Benefits Obtain the effective H2020 project management tools and understand why, when and how to use them Get an insight to Horizon 2020 financial issues Find out how to cope with different challenges in project implementation Practice how to allocate costs and prepare your financial statement Learn how to put together technical reports efficiently Experienced project coordinators and financial managers will moderate practical workshops, covering all aspects of research project implementation. Is this training right for me? Over the past 14 years, our training courses have been attended by over 7,000 participants from leading research institutions, universities, SMEs, industry and other public and civil society organisations from all over Europe and beyond. Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Project managers and coordinators Project officers Researchers Financial managers Grants offices coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different backgrounds will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse backgrounds of the participants, so we can all learn from each other’s different approaches and stories.

Horizon 2020 Project Management and Finance

10 - 11 October, 2019

Budapest, Continental Hotel Budapest, Dohány Street, Hungary

This 2-day training course will introduce the first crucial steps for getting a Horizon 2020 project started on the right foot, provide practical tips to ensure a sound technical implementation of your project, and go into the issues of financial management and reporting. We recommend this course to those who are involved in everyday implementation and/or financial management of H2020 projects as well as to those who have just started implementing their project as a partner or coordinator, and do not yet have an in-depth knowledge on Horizon 2020 financial issues. Here are the typical challenges you need to tackle while implementing your Horizon 2020 project: Going through the Grant Agreement Preparation (GAP) process and meeting deadlines; Preparing an effective Consortium Agreement, handling IPR issues, and getting your project started on the right foot; Managing non-performing partners, creating a team from individual partners, dealing with conflicts, managing internal reports, submitting official reports to the EC; Keeping your books and records in order, administering your costs and time spent on the project accurately; Handling financial issues related to cost eligibility, budget transfers, and payment arrangements; Conducting effective communication and PR internally, with the European Commission, the research community, the industry and the wider public. Why participate in the "H2020 Project Management and Finance" course? 1. Trainers are actual H2020 Project Managers and Coordinators This 2-day training course is built 100% on H2020 project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone project managers and coordinators, whose day-to-day work is to make sure that their multiple projects are implemented according to EC Grant Agreement, problems are promptly tackled, and project partners adequately assisted in legal, technical and financial management issues. Over the years we have helped almost 1,000 project managers and coordinators in understanding the legal, technical and financial rules of the Research Framework Programme and managing European projects. 2. Lectures and practical workshops on H2020 project implementation and financial management Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach. Lectures and presentations with practical tips and stories are complemented by hands-on workshops and exercises throughout the two days. Project Management and Technical Reporting Grant Agreement Preparation – road to success and things that could go wrong. Getting started – models on Consortium Agreement, advance payment, bank guarantees, and the kick-off meeting. IPR issues in practice – how to protect your background and how to benefit from the foreground. Technical reporting – how to fill in the online forms and compile the Part B of your report. Technical reviews – Get prepared for the best- and worst-case scenarios. Workshop: Project Management Role-Play Each participant will represent a beneficiary in a project which is facing various challenges. Your trainer will represent the European Commission, whose goal is to make sure that the project is implemented according to the GA. You will tackle – as a consortium or individually – challenges that frequently arise in an H2020 project: budget transfers, inadequate budget, poorly performing partner, conflicts on IPR, GA amendments, technical reviews, etc. All case studies are based on real issues which we went through in our past and ongoing H2020 projects as coordinator or partner. Learn by doing and learn from others! Financial Management and Reporting Financial rules of Horizon 2020 – how to harmonise EU rules with your national taxation and internal accounting principles. Eligible and non-eligible costs, cost statements – upgrading your financial admin system. Different calculation methods for Personnel costs – employees and consultants. Allocation of Travel costs, Equipment, Other costs, and Overheads based on practical examples Subcontracting and third parties – how to avoid rejection of costs. Uploading reports to the Participant Portal – hints and tips to control your partners’ spending. Workshop: Budget monitoring and financial reporting You will go through specific exercises to simulate budget planning, budget monitoring and financial reporting in an H2020 project. You will tackle budget transfers and reallocations, controlling overspending, managing underspending and conducting reporting. You will prepare a financial statement for a virtual H2020 project based on specific project documentation with salary slips, invoices, receipts, timesheets and other proof of costs. Your Benefits Obtain the effective H2020 project management tools and understand why, when and how to use them Get an insight to Horizon 2020 financial issues Find out how to cope with different challenges in project implementation Practice how to allocate costs and prepare your financial statement Learn how to put together technical reports efficiently Experienced project coordinators and financial managers will moderate practical workshops, covering all aspects of research project implementation. Is this training right for me? Over the past 14 years, our training courses have been attended by over 7,000 participants from leading research institutions, universities, SMEs, industry and other public and civil society organisations from all over Europe and beyond. Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Project managers and coordinators Project officers Researchers Financial managers Grants offices coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different backgrounds will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse backgrounds of the participants, so we can all learn from each other’s different approaches and stories.

Come and join us and the other 600 international participants at the 6th edition of NutrEvent, on October 22nd & 23rd, 2019 in Rennes, France! NutrEvent is the leading European partnering event dedicated to innovation in Food, Feed, Nutrition and Health. It aims at identifying industrial, scientific, commercial and financial partners for your innovation projects. NutrEvent gathers 600+ international actors: ingredient suppliers and distributors, finished food product and food supplement industries, academic institutions, technology transfer organisations, research institutes, R&D services and consulting firms and investors.

This 3-day training course provides a complete insight into the financial management and administration of Horizon 2020 projects, and EC financial audits. It will help you ensure that the day-to-day bookkeeping as well as the periodic and financial reports of your H2020 projects are sound and fully conform with the requirements of the H2020 Grant Agreement and ready for an EC audit. Facts and doubts about H2020 financial management and administration Eligibility of various costs in H2020 may depend on various factors and differ on a case-by-case basis. Do you know how to interpret the H2020 AMGA and make the right decisions? Calculation of personnel costs is the most common source of problems in financial reporting and audits. Do you know how to make your time-sheets bulletproof and your salary calculation correct? Financial rules of Horizon 2020 differ from the financial rules of FP7 on several instances. Do you know what these differences are and what implications they have on your accounting and administration processes? EC financial audits at H2020 beneficiaries can be conducted directly by the Commission services or by external contractors. Do you know how the financial audits are conducted and how to get prepared for both approaches? 1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Coordinators This 3-day training course is built 100% on project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone financial managers and administrators, whose daily work is to prepare financial reports and control budgets, manage project spending and assist our project partners in their financial management. Their projects were recently subject of an EC audit. See our training and project references 2. Lectures and practical workshops on Financial Reporting Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach – hear presentations in the morning, then use your newly-acquired knowledge during the workshops: Horizon 2020 Financial Rules Introducing the financial rules from the very basics to the most advanced issues using a practical, real-life approach. Workshop: Financial Management and Reporting Discover the well-known and utterly unique workshop of Europa Media. Participants will receive a package consisting of timesheets, salary slips, invoices, contracts, per-diem certificates and mission reports for a virtual H2020 project. They will then have to calculate the eligible costs and submit a financial statement. EC Audits Participants will be briefed on the EC financial audit process. Financial rules and bottlenecks, tricks and mistakes to focus on will be introduced. Workshop: EC Audit You will become an auditor for a day! Participants in small groups will perform a financial audit of a virtual Horizon 2020 project based on the documentation provided by us. Your Benefits Learn everything about the financial rules of H2020 - find out what is new, what has changed and how to get the most out of your budget. Participate in Europa Media's well-known Financial Reporting and EC Audit workshops and prepare your financial statement (Form C) and simulate a real-life audit. Discover the mistakes you made during the workshops and find out how to avoid making them again. Network and exchange experiences with leading universities, research institutions and companies from around the EU and beyond. Is this training right for me? Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Researchers Financial administrators Project managers Decision makers coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different background will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse backgrounds of the participants, which allows all to learn a lot from the many different approaches and stories.

H2020 Master of Finance and Administration and EC Audits

20 - 22 November, 2019

Science Center NEMO - Amsterdam

This 3-day training course provides a complete insight into the financial management and administration of Horizon 2020 projects, and EC financial audits. It will help you ensure that the day-to-day bookkeeping as well as the periodic and financial reports of your H2020 projects are sound and fully conform with the requirements of the H2020 Grant Agreement and ready for an EC audit. Facts and doubts about H2020 financial management and administration Eligibility of various costs in H2020 may depend on various factors and differ on a case-by-case basis. Do you know how to interpret the H2020 AMGA and make the right decisions? Calculation of personnel costs is the most common source of problems in financial reporting and audits. Do you know how to make your time-sheets bulletproof and your salary calculation correct? Financial rules of Horizon 2020 differ from the financial rules of FP7 on several instances. Do you know what these differences are and what implications they have on your accounting and administration processes? EC financial audits at H2020 beneficiaries can be conducted directly by the Commission services or by external contractors. Do you know how the financial audits are conducted and how to get prepared for both approaches? 1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Coordinators This 3-day training course is built 100% on project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone financial managers and administrators, whose daily work is to prepare financial reports and control budgets, manage project spending and assist our project partners in their financial management. Their projects were recently subject of an EC audit. See our training and project references 2. Lectures and practical workshops on Financial Reporting Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach – hear presentations in the morning, then use your newly-acquired knowledge during the workshops: Horizon 2020 Financial Rules Introducing the financial rules from the very basics to the most advanced issues using a practical, real-life approach. Workshop: Financial Management and Reporting Discover the well-known and utterly unique workshop of Europa Media. Participants will receive a package consisting of timesheets, salary slips, invoices, contracts, per-diem certificates and mission reports for a virtual H2020 project. They will then have to calculate the eligible costs and submit a financial statement. EC Audits Participants will be briefed on the EC financial audit process. Financial rules and bottlenecks, tricks and mistakes to focus on will be introduced. Workshop: EC Audit You will become an auditor for a day! Participants in small groups will perform a financial audit of a virtual Horizon 2020 project based on the documentation provided by us. Your Benefits Learn everything about the financial rules of H2020 - find out what is new, what has changed and how to get the most out of your budget. Participate in Europa Media's well-known Financial Reporting and EC Audit workshops and prepare your financial statement (Form C) and simulate a real-life audit. Discover the mistakes you made during the workshops and find out how to avoid making them again. Network and exchange experiences with leading universities, research institutions and companies from around the EU and beyond. Is this training right for me? Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Researchers Financial administrators Project managers Decision makers coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different background will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse backgrounds of the participants, which allows all to learn a lot from the many different approaches and stories.

Clinical Nutrition 2019 is an International Conference organized by Allied Academies. The conference focuses on the novel trends in nutrition, fitness and its management. There are several conference highlights and it is an amazing platform for networking between academic and business expertise. Abstracts are being accepted for the conference. Professors, Nutritionists, Dietitians, Physicians, Researchers, Business delegates, Industrialists, Students, Society and Association members can attend the conference.

The course will provide the participants with a sound understanding of the options for the scope and content of consortium agreements that can effectively complement the Grant Agreement in Horizon 2020 projects. To fully understand what should be included into the Consortium Agreements and how we will introduce the rights and obligations deriving from the Grant Agreement and discuss what other types of legal agreements may exist before signing the Consortium Agreement. Hands-on workshop We will conduct a hands-on workshop on consortium agreements for H2020 projects, during which the participants will work in groups on different case studies to discuss how to draw up an effective Consortium Agreement. For this exercise, we will introduce different real-life scenarios with problematic and challenging situations in H2020 projects such as conflicts on IPR and exploitation issues, disagreements on dissemination and publications, delays and quality problems in reports and deliverables, risks on financial management, and other budgetary problems. Under the moderation of a workshop leader, the participants will discuss specific clauses in a Consortium Agreement that could help to effectively tackle such situations. Your benefits: Get to know the options for formal and informal agreements between H2020 beneficiaries at the different stages of an H2020 project, starting from pre-proposal and proposal stage until Grant Agreement signature. Understand default rights and obligations from the GA concerning financial issues, management of IPR, and dissemination exploitation of results See options on addressing decision-making procedures and management structures, financial and budgetary issues, risk management and conflict resolution mechanisms, and IPR and exploitation issues in the Consortium Agreements. Compare model consortium agreements such as DESCA 2020, EUCAR and MCARD-2020 as well as other support structures.

Consortium Agreement in Horizon 2020 projects

12 December, 2019 - 12 December, 2019

Mercure Grand Hotel Biedermeier Wien, Landstraßer Hauptstraße, Vienna, Austria

The course will provide the participants with a sound understanding of the options for the scope and content of consortium agreements that can effectively complement the Grant Agreement in Horizon 2020 projects. To fully understand what should be included into the Consortium Agreements and how we will introduce the rights and obligations deriving from the Grant Agreement and discuss what other types of legal agreements may exist before signing the Consortium Agreement. Hands-on workshop We will conduct a hands-on workshop on consortium agreements for H2020 projects, during which the participants will work in groups on different case studies to discuss how to draw up an effective Consortium Agreement. For this exercise, we will introduce different real-life scenarios with problematic and challenging situations in H2020 projects such as conflicts on IPR and exploitation issues, disagreements on dissemination and publications, delays and quality problems in reports and deliverables, risks on financial management, and other budgetary problems. Under the moderation of a workshop leader, the participants will discuss specific clauses in a Consortium Agreement that could help to effectively tackle such situations. Your benefits: Get to know the options for formal and informal agreements between H2020 beneficiaries at the different stages of an H2020 project, starting from pre-proposal and proposal stage until Grant Agreement signature. Understand default rights and obligations from the GA concerning financial issues, management of IPR, and dissemination exploitation of results See options on addressing decision-making procedures and management structures, financial and budgetary issues, risk management and conflict resolution mechanisms, and IPR and exploitation issues in the Consortium Agreements. Compare model consortium agreements such as DESCA 2020, EUCAR and MCARD-2020 as well as other support structures.

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This 3-day training course answers all of your questions related to the financial management and administration of Horizon 2020 projects and EC financial audits. It will help you ensure that the day-to-day bookkeeping as well as the periodic and financial reports of your H2020 projects are sound and fully conform with the requirements of the H2020 Grant Agreement and ready for an EC audit. With our 15 running Horizon 2020 right now and the 20 years' experience of our trainers in managing and coordinating EU research and innovation projects, there is not a single question we cannot answer. We have been managing EU projects since 1999 and delivering international training courses since 2004. Our everyday project management and coordination experience makes our courses unmatched in Europe. Facts and doubts about H2020 financial management and administration Eligibility of various costs in H2020 may depend on various factors and differ on a case-by-case basis. Do you know how to interpret the H2020 AMGA and make the right decisions? Calculation of personnel costs is the most common source of problems in financial reporting and audits. Do you know how to make your time-sheets bulletproof and your salary calculation correct? Financial rules of Horizon 2020 differ from the financial rules of FP7 on several instances. Do you know what these differences are and what implications they have on your accounting and administration processes? EC financial audits at H2020 beneficiaries can be conducted directly by the Commission services or by external contractors. Do you know how the financial audits are conducted and how to get prepared for both approaches? Why Europa Media and why this course? 1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Coordinators This 3-day training course is built 100% on project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone financial managers and administrators, whose daily work is to prepare financial reports and control budgets, manage project spending and assist our project partners in their financial management. Gabor Kitley, our financial expert, regularly supports major universities, research institutions and corporations all over Europe to survive financial audits. We ourselves went through six audits since we started our first EU project. 2. Lectures and practical workshops with material from real life Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach – hear presentations in the morning, then use your newly-acquired knowledge during the workshops: Horizon 2020 Financial Rules Introducing the financial rules from the very basics to the most advanced issues using a practical, real-life approach. Prepare yourself, because you will make a lot of notes. Workshop: Financial Management and Reporting Discover the well-known and utterly unique workshop of Europa Media. Participants will receive a package consisting of timesheets, salary slips, invoices, contracts, per-diem certificates and mission reports for a virtual H2020 project. They will then have to calculate the eligible costs and submit a financial statement. EC Audits Participants will be briefed on the EC financial audit process. Financial rules and bottlenecks, tricks and mistakes to focus on will be introduced. Workshop: EC Audit You will become an auditor for a day! Participants in small groups will perform a financial audit of a virtual Horizon 2020 project based on the documentation provided by us. Is this training for me? Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Financial administrators and controllers Researchers Research Advisers Project managers and coordinators Decision makers Finance NCPs coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different background will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse backgrounds of the participants, which allows all to learn a lot from the many different approaches and stories.

H2020 Master of Finance and Administration and EC Audits

20 - 22 May, 2019

Lisbon

This 3-day training course answers all of your questions related to the financial management and administration of Horizon 2020 projects and EC financial audits. It will help you ensure that the day-to-day bookkeeping as well as the periodic and financial reports of your H2020 projects are sound and fully conform with the requirements of the H2020 Grant Agreement and ready for an EC audit. With our 15 running Horizon 2020 right now and the 20 years' experience of our trainers in managing and coordinating EU research and innovation projects, there is not a single question we cannot answer. We have been managing EU projects since 1999 and delivering international training courses since 2004. Our everyday project management and coordination experience makes our courses unmatched in Europe. Facts and doubts about H2020 financial management and administration Eligibility of various costs in H2020 may depend on various factors and differ on a case-by-case basis. Do you know how to interpret the H2020 AMGA and make the right decisions? Calculation of personnel costs is the most common source of problems in financial reporting and audits. Do you know how to make your time-sheets bulletproof and your salary calculation correct? Financial rules of Horizon 2020 differ from the financial rules of FP7 on several instances. Do you know what these differences are and what implications they have on your accounting and administration processes? EC financial audits at H2020 beneficiaries can be conducted directly by the Commission services or by external contractors. Do you know how the financial audits are conducted and how to get prepared for both approaches? Why Europa Media and why this course? 1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Coordinators This 3-day training course is built 100% on project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone financial managers and administrators, whose daily work is to prepare financial reports and control budgets, manage project spending and assist our project partners in their financial management. Gabor Kitley, our financial expert, regularly supports major universities, research institutions and corporations all over Europe to survive financial audits. We ourselves went through six audits since we started our first EU project. 2. Lectures and practical workshops with material from real life Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach – hear presentations in the morning, then use your newly-acquired knowledge during the workshops: Horizon 2020 Financial Rules Introducing the financial rules from the very basics to the most advanced issues using a practical, real-life approach. Prepare yourself, because you will make a lot of notes. Workshop: Financial Management and Reporting Discover the well-known and utterly unique workshop of Europa Media. Participants will receive a package consisting of timesheets, salary slips, invoices, contracts, per-diem certificates and mission reports for a virtual H2020 project. They will then have to calculate the eligible costs and submit a financial statement. EC Audits Participants will be briefed on the EC financial audit process. Financial rules and bottlenecks, tricks and mistakes to focus on will be introduced. Workshop: EC Audit You will become an auditor for a day! Participants in small groups will perform a financial audit of a virtual Horizon 2020 project based on the documentation provided by us. Is this training for me? Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Financial administrators and controllers Researchers Research Advisers Project managers and coordinators Decision makers Finance NCPs coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different background will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse backgrounds of the participants, which allows all to learn a lot from the many different approaches and stories.

Did your last project proposal fail? You have more projects, but you are always a partner and you want to coordinate now? Do you only need more practice? This course is for you then. Our last year ended with a 30% success rate in Horizon 2020. Not bad, right? We are sharing our direct experience with successful and unsuccessful proposals under the 2014-2018 calls and giving all the practical knowledge we have on proposal writing through a set of exercises focusing on a real H2020 call topic. The scope of the course is to cover in details the main sections of the proposal, focusing on the problematic parts. Join us and get a deeper insight into developing competitive H2020 proposals. Why participate in the "Horizon 2020 Proposal Writing Workshop" course? Because we know how to put together a winning project, but also know how to transfer this knowledge efficiently to you. Become better skilled by squeezing all information from successful proposal writers they may have. See our training and project references 1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Proposal Writers This course is built on our direct experience gained over the past 17 years from developing and submitting proposals and implementing projects under the EU's Research Framework Programmes. The trainers of Europa Media are actual project managers, coordinators and financial administrators of EU-funded research and innovation projects. They are currently involved in more than 15 successful ongoing Horizon 2020 projects as project coordinator, work package or task leader, and are on a daily basis conceiving and developing their own project proposals under the open and forthcoming H2020 calls. This course is designed based on this direct experience and is therefore 100% practice-driven. 2. Exercises from concept development till the budget Experience Europa Media's well-known "learning-by-doing" approach – hear only one introductory presentation introducing the rules of the game with examples, then practice, practice and practice - during the practical and interactive workshops. Develop a project proposal in response to a work programme topic (“call”). As a start: After going through a simple exercise, you will be encouraged to pursue a new way of thinking - a method to ensure that you get started in the right way. You will then further develop your proposal concept step-by-step: defining sound objectives, designing an effective work plan with work packages, creating a Gantt chart and PERT diagram, defining an ideal consortium, and putting together a realistic budget. Impact and Exploitation workshop: You will draft the Expected Impact section and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. Dissemination and Communication workshop: Participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Is this training for me? This course targets all those who have been competitively participating in H2020 projects as well as those who aim to participate in Horizon 2020/Horizon Europe and want to develop their proposal writing skills through practice.

Horizon 2020 Proposal Writing Workshop

16 - 17 May, 2019

Budapest, Graphisoft Park, Záhony Street

Did your last project proposal fail? You have more projects, but you are always a partner and you want to coordinate now? Do you only need more practice? This course is for you then. Our last year ended with a 30% success rate in Horizon 2020. Not bad, right? We are sharing our direct experience with successful and unsuccessful proposals under the 2014-2018 calls and giving all the practical knowledge we have on proposal writing through a set of exercises focusing on a real H2020 call topic. The scope of the course is to cover in details the main sections of the proposal, focusing on the problematic parts. Join us and get a deeper insight into developing competitive H2020 proposals. Why participate in the "Horizon 2020 Proposal Writing Workshop" course? Because we know how to put together a winning project, but also know how to transfer this knowledge efficiently to you. Become better skilled by squeezing all information from successful proposal writers they may have. See our training and project references 1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Proposal Writers This course is built on our direct experience gained over the past 17 years from developing and submitting proposals and implementing projects under the EU's Research Framework Programmes. The trainers of Europa Media are actual project managers, coordinators and financial administrators of EU-funded research and innovation projects. They are currently involved in more than 15 successful ongoing Horizon 2020 projects as project coordinator, work package or task leader, and are on a daily basis conceiving and developing their own project proposals under the open and forthcoming H2020 calls. This course is designed based on this direct experience and is therefore 100% practice-driven. 2. Exercises from concept development till the budget Experience Europa Media's well-known "learning-by-doing" approach – hear only one introductory presentation introducing the rules of the game with examples, then practice, practice and practice - during the practical and interactive workshops. Develop a project proposal in response to a work programme topic (“call”). As a start: After going through a simple exercise, you will be encouraged to pursue a new way of thinking - a method to ensure that you get started in the right way. You will then further develop your proposal concept step-by-step: defining sound objectives, designing an effective work plan with work packages, creating a Gantt chart and PERT diagram, defining an ideal consortium, and putting together a realistic budget. Impact and Exploitation workshop: You will draft the Expected Impact section and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. Dissemination and Communication workshop: Participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Is this training for me? This course targets all those who have been competitively participating in H2020 projects as well as those who aim to participate in Horizon 2020/Horizon Europe and want to develop their proposal writing skills through practice.

Clinical Pediatrics congress 2019 is all to set to lay a platform for the professionals to facilitate the dissemination,Pediatrics is the branch of medicine concerned with the development, medical care, and diseases of babies, children and adolescents from birth up to the age of 18. , promote active lifestyles for a long disease-free life and help simplify the problems of children and adolescents with chronic conditions. Clinical Pediatrics congress 2019 gives you access to leading-edge medical information and valuable new professional contact from all over the world. Global assembling of Academicians,Researchers,Scholars and industry to disseminate and exchange information at clinical pediatric Global conference. There are exhibitions which run in parallel with the conference and offer you the chance to get up-to-date information from companies active in your area of interests. We will be great full to our sponsors and exhibitors for their interest and support for the conference.

Do H2020 financial reporting and EC audits scare you? Are you often unsure whether you are doing the right thing in the most efficient way? Do you need some concrete recommendations on what to do in case of specific situations (personnel cost calculation, budget reallocation, equipment costs) in your project? We know that Horizon 2020 finances can be confusing; there is a lot of information and sometimes these can even be contradictory. We will not only explain those annotations in the H2020 model grant agreement, but we will give you examples and share our own experience and real stories from our own 15 running projects! We will go over these and many more practical daily issues that you will typically come across during your project’s lifecycle. Also, feel free to ask your questions regarding your project during the training; we love to hear some real stories and you will also learn from other participants tackling similar challenges in their projects. There a lot of “EU funding specialists” out there, but very few can prove their expertise through obvious success: up and running H2020 projects. Europa Media and its sister company Geonardo have been active in EU funded research and innovation projects since 1999, having coordinated and implemented over 60 projects to date. Let our project managers and financial experts share their recommendations and struggles with you and provide you the confidence you need to smoothly handle your financial reports and survive EC audits. Why participate in this course? "Best trainer in Europe on H2020 finances" We are proud to hear this from our clients and participants. Our trainer Gabor Kitley is an expert on Horizon 2020 finances. There is no question he cannot answer; you can test him. Over the past 15 years, he helped major universities, research institutions and corporations all over Europe to survive financial audits. We ourselves went through six audits since we started our first EU project. Lectures and Workshops - a practical combination This fast-track course is intended to provide a complete insight into Horizon 2020 financial issues through a mix of presentations and hands-on workshops: The day will start with an extended presentation covering from A to Z of Horizon 2020 financial issues. It will be mind-blowing, but worth every second. After this, you will go through Europa Media's famous financial reporting workshop to simulate financial reporting under H2020: together with your group mates, you will fill in an actual financial statement for an H2020 project using custom-made documentation including timesheets, salary slips and invoices. After the workshop you will go over some pragmatic approaches in reporting; Point-by-point assessment of the prepared financial reports: Format, content; overall principles, possible bottlenecks, what should and should not be included. The second day will finish with a step-by-step guide on how to report costs, deal with deviations, and internal allocation issues. Handling the EC requests for clarification, suspension of payments and other issues with a hands-on approach. NOTE: This is an adapted version of our Master of Finance and Administration and EC audits for those who need a good overview of the finances in Horizon 2020 but lack the time to attend a 3-day course. You can always read the Annotated Model Grant Agreement (only a few hundred pages on finances - NB: latest version published in December 2018), or sit back and listen to the rules, their full explanation and specific examples from real life. Is this training right for me? Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Researchers Financial administrators Project managers Decision makers coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies

Horizon 2020 Financial Rules and Reporting

08 - 09 April, 2019

Brussels

Do H2020 financial reporting and EC audits scare you? Are you often unsure whether you are doing the right thing in the most efficient way? Do you need some concrete recommendations on what to do in case of specific situations (personnel cost calculation, budget reallocation, equipment costs) in your project? We know that Horizon 2020 finances can be confusing; there is a lot of information and sometimes these can even be contradictory. We will not only explain those annotations in the H2020 model grant agreement, but we will give you examples and share our own experience and real stories from our own 15 running projects! We will go over these and many more practical daily issues that you will typically come across during your project’s lifecycle. Also, feel free to ask your questions regarding your project during the training; we love to hear some real stories and you will also learn from other participants tackling similar challenges in their projects. There a lot of “EU funding specialists” out there, but very few can prove their expertise through obvious success: up and running H2020 projects. Europa Media and its sister company Geonardo have been active in EU funded research and innovation projects since 1999, having coordinated and implemented over 60 projects to date. Let our project managers and financial experts share their recommendations and struggles with you and provide you the confidence you need to smoothly handle your financial reports and survive EC audits. Why participate in this course? "Best trainer in Europe on H2020 finances" We are proud to hear this from our clients and participants. Our trainer Gabor Kitley is an expert on Horizon 2020 finances. There is no question he cannot answer; you can test him. Over the past 15 years, he helped major universities, research institutions and corporations all over Europe to survive financial audits. We ourselves went through six audits since we started our first EU project. Lectures and Workshops - a practical combination This fast-track course is intended to provide a complete insight into Horizon 2020 financial issues through a mix of presentations and hands-on workshops: The day will start with an extended presentation covering from A to Z of Horizon 2020 financial issues. It will be mind-blowing, but worth every second. After this, you will go through Europa Media's famous financial reporting workshop to simulate financial reporting under H2020: together with your group mates, you will fill in an actual financial statement for an H2020 project using custom-made documentation including timesheets, salary slips and invoices. After the workshop you will go over some pragmatic approaches in reporting; Point-by-point assessment of the prepared financial reports: Format, content; overall principles, possible bottlenecks, what should and should not be included. The second day will finish with a step-by-step guide on how to report costs, deal with deviations, and internal allocation issues. Handling the EC requests for clarification, suspension of payments and other issues with a hands-on approach. NOTE: This is an adapted version of our Master of Finance and Administration and EC audits for those who need a good overview of the finances in Horizon 2020 but lack the time to attend a 3-day course. You can always read the Annotated Model Grant Agreement (only a few hundred pages on finances - NB: latest version published in December 2018), or sit back and listen to the rules, their full explanation and specific examples from real life. Is this training right for me? Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Researchers Financial administrators Project managers Decision makers coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies

Join the upcoming edition of the innovation event "FLA: Design Thinking & Innovation Week" held in London, UK by the Future London Academy. 

Design Thinking Innovation Week created by Future London Academy.

This is a unique programme for creative entrepreneurs, designers and business owners – introducing you to London's most innovative businesses and uncovering the latest approaches to design thinking and innovation.

Every day will consist of lectures, roundtables and visits to the top companies who adopted the human-centred approach, where you will meet the teams behind their latest research and innovation. Some people call our format a 'design safari', some say it's a VIP behind-the-scenes experience or a research trip.

During the week you will also explore the latest trends and discoveries in virtual reality, artificial intelligence, sustainability and future of technologies. You will learn about the latest approach to creativity, product management and business management – and have the opportunity to ask any questions in an informal atmosphere. All lectures and workshops will take place in the actual agencies giving participants a better context of the topic.

This programme is designed to give you inspiration for your work, to help you get an expert opinion on your current projects, and keep you up-to-date with the latest trends in the industry.

Programme structure

Every day will consist of various activities to maximise your learning experience.

Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture, roundtable or a workshop in one of London's top companies.
Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions we will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations.
Afternoon session: it is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work.
Debrief and the city: after a long day of absorbing new ways of working, innovating and creative thinking we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars.

Who is this programme for?

— CEOs, CIOs and business owners — heads of design and innovation departments — product managers and team leaders — service and experience designers — UX researchers — innovators and trendsetters

You will learn:

— How to use design thinking to create innovation — Best practices in conducting research, prototyping, testing and product launching — Latest trends in VR, AR and AI — What other methodologies and processes companies use to create new products — How to spot real innovation — How to plan an office space to promote the culture of innovation and knowledge exchange — How to share your ideas with clients and investors more effectively

Course curator

Ekaterina Solomeina, designer, innovator, co-founder of Future London Academy "London is the best place to learn about innovation and service. This is a city where technology giants meet quirky startups, where traditions meet inventions, and where designers from all across the world are solving problems with the power of design thinking."

Cost £1,995 (Subject to 20% VAT; if you are paying as an individual living in Europe, UK or if you are a UK business)

Price includes:

— all talks, office visits, roundtables and workshops — exhibition entries and planned cultural activities during the programme — party/networking event at the end of the week — certificates

Price doesn't include banks transfer fees, food, travel, visa, accommodation or any other extra expenses.

FLA: Design Thinking & Innovation Week

18 - 22 March, 2019

London, United Kingdom

Join the upcoming edition of the innovation event "FLA: Design Thinking & Innovation Week" held in London, UK by the Future London Academy.  Design Thinking Innovation Week created by Future London Academy. This is a unique programme for creative entrepreneurs, designers and business owners – introducing you to London's most innovative businesses and uncovering the latest approaches to design thinking and innovation. Every day will consist of lectures, roundtables and visits to the top companies who adopted the human-centred approach, where you will meet the teams behind their latest research and innovation. Some people call our format a 'design safari', some say it's a VIP behind-the-scenes experience or a research trip. During the week you will also explore the latest trends and discoveries in virtual reality, artificial intelligence, sustainability and future of technologies. You will learn about the latest approach to creativity, product management and business management – and have the opportunity to ask any questions in an informal atmosphere. All lectures and workshops will take place in the actual agencies giving participants a better context of the topic. This programme is designed to give you inspiration for your work, to help you get an expert opinion on your current projects, and keep you up-to-date with the latest trends in the industry. Programme structure Every day will consist of various activities to maximise your learning experience. Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture, roundtable or a workshop in one of London's top companies. Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions we will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. Afternoon session: it is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work. Debrief and the city: after a long day of absorbing new ways of working, innovating and creative thinking we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars. Who is this programme for? — CEOs, CIOs and business owners — heads of design and innovation departments — product managers and team leaders — service and experience designers — UX researchers — innovators and trendsetters You will learn: — How to use design thinking to create innovation — Best practices in conducting research, prototyping, testing and product launching — Latest trends in VR, AR and AI — What other methodologies and processes companies use to create new products — How to spot real innovation — How to plan an office space to promote the culture of innovation and knowledge exchange — How to share your ideas with clients and investors more effectively Course curator Ekaterina Solomeina, designer, innovator, co-founder of Future London Academy "London is the best place to learn about innovation and service. This is a city where technology giants meet quirky startups, where traditions meet inventions, and where designers from all across the world are solving problems with the power of design thinking." Cost £1,995 (Subject to 20% VAT; if you are paying as an individual living in Europe, UK or if you are a UK business) Price includes: — all talks, office visits, roundtables and workshops — exhibition entries and planned cultural activities during the programme — party/networking event at the end of the week — certificates Price doesn't include banks transfer fees, food, travel, visa, accommodation or any other extra expenses.

This 3-day training course answers all of your questions related to the financial management and administration of Horizon 2020 projects and EC financial audits. It will help you ensure that the day-to-day bookkeeping as well as the periodic and financial reports of your H2020 projects are sound and fully conform with the requirements of the H2020 Grant Agreement and ready for an EC audit. With our 15 running Horizon 2020 right now and the 20 years' experience of our trainers in managing and coordinating EU research and innovation projects, there is not a single question we cannot answer. We have been managing EU projects since 1999 and delivering international training courses since 2004. Our everyday project management and coordination experience makes our courses unmatched in Europe. Facts and doubts about H2020 financial management and administration Eligibility of various costs in H2020 may depend on various factors and differ on a case-by-case basis. Do you know how to interpret the H2020 AMGA and make the right decisions? Calculation of personnel costs is the most common source of problems in financial reporting and audits. Do you know how to make your time-sheets bulletproof and your salary calculation correct? Financial rules of Horizon 2020 differ from the financial rules of FP7 on several instances. Do you know what these differences are and what implications they have on your accounting and administration processes? EC financial audits at H2020 beneficiaries can be conducted directly by the Commission services or by external contractors. Do you know how the financial audits are conducted and how to get prepared for both approaches? Why Europa Media and why this course? 1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Coordinators This 3-day training course is built 100% on project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone financial managers and administrators, whose daily work is to prepare financial reports and control budgets, manage project spending and assist our project partners in their financial management. Gabor Kitley, our financial expert, regularly supports major universities, research institutions and corporations all over Europe to survive financial audits. We ourselves went through six audits since we started our first EU project. 2. Lectures and practical workshops with material from real life Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach – hear presentations in the morning, then use your newly-acquired knowledge during the workshops: Horizon 2020 Financial Rules Introducing the financial rules from the very basics to the most advanced issues using a practical, real-life approach. Prepare yourself, because you will make a lot of notes. Workshop: Financial Management and Reporting Discover the well-known and utterly unique workshop of Europa Media. Participants will receive a package consisting of timesheets, salary slips, invoices, contracts, per-diem certificates and mission reports for a virtual H2020 project. They will then have to calculate the eligible costs and submit a financial statement. EC Audits Participants will be briefed on the EC financial audit process. Financial rules and bottlenecks, tricks and mistakes to focus on will be introduced. Workshop: EC Audit You will become an auditor for a day! Participants in small groups will perform a financial audit of a virtual Horizon 2020 project based on the documentation provided by us. Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Financial administrators and controllers Researchers Research Advisers Project managers and coordinators Decision makers Finance NCPs coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different background will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse backgrounds of the participants, which allows all to learn a lot from the many different approaches and stories.

H2020 Master of Finance and Administration and EC Audits

13 - 15 March, 2019

Mercure Grand Hotel Biedermeier Wien, Landstraßer Hauptstraße, Vienna

This 3-day training course answers all of your questions related to the financial management and administration of Horizon 2020 projects and EC financial audits. It will help you ensure that the day-to-day bookkeeping as well as the periodic and financial reports of your H2020 projects are sound and fully conform with the requirements of the H2020 Grant Agreement and ready for an EC audit. With our 15 running Horizon 2020 right now and the 20 years' experience of our trainers in managing and coordinating EU research and innovation projects, there is not a single question we cannot answer. We have been managing EU projects since 1999 and delivering international training courses since 2004. Our everyday project management and coordination experience makes our courses unmatched in Europe. Facts and doubts about H2020 financial management and administration Eligibility of various costs in H2020 may depend on various factors and differ on a case-by-case basis. Do you know how to interpret the H2020 AMGA and make the right decisions? Calculation of personnel costs is the most common source of problems in financial reporting and audits. Do you know how to make your time-sheets bulletproof and your salary calculation correct? Financial rules of Horizon 2020 differ from the financial rules of FP7 on several instances. Do you know what these differences are and what implications they have on your accounting and administration processes? EC financial audits at H2020 beneficiaries can be conducted directly by the Commission services or by external contractors. Do you know how the financial audits are conducted and how to get prepared for both approaches? Why Europa Media and why this course? 1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Coordinators This 3-day training course is built 100% on project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone financial managers and administrators, whose daily work is to prepare financial reports and control budgets, manage project spending and assist our project partners in their financial management. Gabor Kitley, our financial expert, regularly supports major universities, research institutions and corporations all over Europe to survive financial audits. We ourselves went through six audits since we started our first EU project. 2. Lectures and practical workshops with material from real life Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach – hear presentations in the morning, then use your newly-acquired knowledge during the workshops: Horizon 2020 Financial Rules Introducing the financial rules from the very basics to the most advanced issues using a practical, real-life approach. Prepare yourself, because you will make a lot of notes. Workshop: Financial Management and Reporting Discover the well-known and utterly unique workshop of Europa Media. Participants will receive a package consisting of timesheets, salary slips, invoices, contracts, per-diem certificates and mission reports for a virtual H2020 project. They will then have to calculate the eligible costs and submit a financial statement. EC Audits Participants will be briefed on the EC financial audit process. Financial rules and bottlenecks, tricks and mistakes to focus on will be introduced. Workshop: EC Audit You will become an auditor for a day! Participants in small groups will perform a financial audit of a virtual Horizon 2020 project based on the documentation provided by us. Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Financial administrators and controllers Researchers Research Advisers Project managers and coordinators Decision makers Finance NCPs coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different background will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse backgrounds of the participants, which allows all to learn a lot from the many different approaches and stories.

The 1st International Conference and Exhibition of ‘Iranian School-Iranian Architecture, Provision of School Space, Equipment, and Technology’ with a focus on green schools to be held 05-07 March 2019 in Yazd, Iran.

The historic city of Yazd, a city with an outstanding traditional earthen architecture was recently registered on UNESCO's World Heritage.

The event is being organized by the School of Art and Architecture of Yazd University.

Conference Venue: Yazd, Iran
Conference Date: 5 - 7 March 2019
Full Paper Submission for Review: 4 February 2019
Types of participation:

• Scientific manuscript
• Innovative ideas and concepts
• Implemented Projects
• Photography

The full EU R&I project lifecycle from the proposal concept till the final report - The essence of all our knowledge: European Funding Academy Join Europa Media’s winter European Funding Academy and get a practical insight to the EU research and innovation projects and gain hands-on knowledge on how to submit competitive project proposals and effectively manage projects under Horizon 2020. WHY Europa Media's "European Funding Academy"? Europa Media’s trainers are actual project managers, coordinators and financial administrators of our 12 successful H2020 projects – giving you advice based on their everyday experience. Europa Media is always the first to provide clear and understandable explanations and answers through practical examples and workshops during which you can practice what we preach. Europa Media is Europe’s leading provider of practical training courses in developing and implementing EU R&I projects. WHAT: This 4-day intensive course will help you develop more competitive proposals under Horizon 2020 calls and effectively manage your projects. The European Funding Academy provides a complete insight to the EU research and innovation programmes of 2014-2020 (there are other funding sources besides H2020) and draws on the lessons learned from: The 2014-2017 calls of H2020; Dozens of our winning and lost proposals; and Our recently funded H2020 projects, including the reports submitted. HOW: Lectures and workshops on Proposal Development and Project Management Experience Europa Media's famous "learning-by-doing" approach – presentations in the morning, then practice your newly-gained knowledge during the workshops specifically designed for the particular topics: Proposal Development Develop a project proposal in response to a work programme topic (“call”). Getting started: After going through a simple exercise, you will be encouraged to pursue a new way of thinking - a method to ensure that you get started in the right way. You will then further develop your proposal concept step-by-step: defining sound objectives, designing an effective work plan with work packages, creating a Gantt chart and PERT diagram, defining an ideal consortium, and putting together a realistic budget. Impact and Exploitation workshop: You will draft the Expected Impact section and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. Dissemination and Communication workshop: Participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Technical and Financial Project Management Effectively implement your projects and ensure sound financial management After successfully submitting their proposals, the participants will understand how to get a Horizon 2020 project started on the right foot, receive practical tips to ensure an effective technical implementation of the project, and go into the issues of financial management and reporting. During practical workshops, you will discuss real-life case scenarios related to project coordination, working with partners, dissemination, project's amendments and you will go thorugh specific exercises to simulate budget planning, budget monitoring and financial reporting in an H2020 project. During this training course you will learn how to tackle budget transfers and reallocations, controlling overspending, managing underspending and conducting reporting. You will also prepare a financial statement for a virtual H2020 project based on specific project documentation with salary slips, invoices, receipts, timesheets and other proof of costs. WHO: Trainers are experienced Project Managers and Coordinators This course is built on our direct experience gained over the past 18 years from developing and submitting proposals and implementing projects under the EU Programmes, in particular, FP5/6/7, FP6, FP7, CIP, LIFE/LIFE+, LLP and Horizon 2020. We have developed and submitted several proposals under Horizon 2020, went through grant agreement preparations for those projects which have been successful, and now managing our H2020 projects as coordinator or partner. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone project managers and coordinators, whose day-to-day work is to turn innovative project concepts into competitive proposals and implement projects according to EC Grant Agreement, tackling problems promptly, and assisting project partners in legal, technical and financial management issues. European Funding Academy goes beyond the official texts – it presents real-life examples, analyses actual proposals and evaluation summary reports and shows success and failure stories in research and innovation projects.

European Funding Academy

05 - 08 February, 2019

Vienna, Austria

The full EU R&I project lifecycle from the proposal concept till the final report - The essence of all our knowledge: European Funding Academy Join Europa Media’s winter European Funding Academy and get a practical insight to the EU research and innovation projects and gain hands-on knowledge on how to submit competitive project proposals and effectively manage projects under Horizon 2020. WHY Europa Media's "European Funding Academy"? Europa Media’s trainers are actual project managers, coordinators and financial administrators of our 12 successful H2020 projects – giving you advice based on their everyday experience. Europa Media is always the first to provide clear and understandable explanations and answers through practical examples and workshops during which you can practice what we preach. Europa Media is Europe’s leading provider of practical training courses in developing and implementing EU R&I projects. WHAT: This 4-day intensive course will help you develop more competitive proposals under Horizon 2020 calls and effectively manage your projects. The European Funding Academy provides a complete insight to the EU research and innovation programmes of 2014-2020 (there are other funding sources besides H2020) and draws on the lessons learned from: The 2014-2017 calls of H2020; Dozens of our winning and lost proposals; and Our recently funded H2020 projects, including the reports submitted. HOW: Lectures and workshops on Proposal Development and Project Management Experience Europa Media's famous "learning-by-doing" approach – presentations in the morning, then practice your newly-gained knowledge during the workshops specifically designed for the particular topics: Proposal Development Develop a project proposal in response to a work programme topic (“call”). Getting started: After going through a simple exercise, you will be encouraged to pursue a new way of thinking - a method to ensure that you get started in the right way. You will then further develop your proposal concept step-by-step: defining sound objectives, designing an effective work plan with work packages, creating a Gantt chart and PERT diagram, defining an ideal consortium, and putting together a realistic budget. Impact and Exploitation workshop: You will draft the Expected Impact section and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. Dissemination and Communication workshop: Participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Technical and Financial Project Management Effectively implement your projects and ensure sound financial management After successfully submitting their proposals, the participants will understand how to get a Horizon 2020 project started on the right foot, receive practical tips to ensure an effective technical implementation of the project, and go into the issues of financial management and reporting. During practical workshops, you will discuss real-life case scenarios related to project coordination, working with partners, dissemination, project's amendments and you will go thorugh specific exercises to simulate budget planning, budget monitoring and financial reporting in an H2020 project. During this training course you will learn how to tackle budget transfers and reallocations, controlling overspending, managing underspending and conducting reporting. You will also prepare a financial statement for a virtual H2020 project based on specific project documentation with salary slips, invoices, receipts, timesheets and other proof of costs. WHO: Trainers are experienced Project Managers and Coordinators This course is built on our direct experience gained over the past 18 years from developing and submitting proposals and implementing projects under the EU Programmes, in particular, FP5/6/7, FP6, FP7, CIP, LIFE/LIFE+, LLP and Horizon 2020. We have developed and submitted several proposals under Horizon 2020, went through grant agreement preparations for those projects which have been successful, and now managing our H2020 projects as coordinator or partner. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone project managers and coordinators, whose day-to-day work is to turn innovative project concepts into competitive proposals and implement projects according to EC Grant Agreement, tackling problems promptly, and assisting project partners in legal, technical and financial management issues. European Funding Academy goes beyond the official texts – it presents real-life examples, analyses actual proposals and evaluation summary reports and shows success and failure stories in research and innovation projects.

Intensive course on the financial rules and reporting and of Horizon 2020 projects. This is an adapted version of our Master of Finance and Administration and EC audits for those who need a good overview of the finances in Horizon 2020 but lack the time to attend a 3-day course. 1. Trainers are experienced Project Managers and Coordinators Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone project managers and coordinators, whose day-to-day work is to make sure that their multiple projects are implemented according to the EC Grant Agreement, problems are promptly tackled, and project partners adequately assisted in legal, technical and financial management issues. Over the years, we have helped around 1,000 project managers, financial administrators and coordinators in understanding the legal, technical and financial rules of the Research Framework Programme, effectively managing their projects and getting ready for EC audits. 2. Lectures and Workshops on Financial Rules and Reporting This fast-track course is intended to provide a complete insight to Horizon 2020 financial issues through a mix of presentations and a hands-on workshop: The day will start with an extended presentation covering from A to Z all of the issues of Horizon 2020 financial issues. After this, you will go through Europa Media's famous financial reporting workshop to simulate financial reporting under H2020: together with your group mates, you will fill in an actual financial statement for an H2020 project using custom-made documentation including timesheets, salary slips and invoices. After the workshop you will go over some pragmatic approaches in reporting; Point-by-point assessment of the prepared financial reports: Format, content; overall principles, possible bottlenecks, what should and should not be included. The second day will finish with a step-by-step guide on how to report costs, deal with deviations, and internal allocation issues. Handling the EC requests for clarification, suspension of payments and other issues with a hands-on approach. Is this training right for me? Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Researchers Financial administrators Project managers Decision makers coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies

H2020 Fast Track to Financial Rules and Reporting

29 January, 2019 - 30 December, 2018

Budapest, Hungary

Intensive course on the financial rules and reporting and of Horizon 2020 projects. This is an adapted version of our Master of Finance and Administration and EC audits for those who need a good overview of the finances in Horizon 2020 but lack the time to attend a 3-day course. 1. Trainers are experienced Project Managers and Coordinators Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone project managers and coordinators, whose day-to-day work is to make sure that their multiple projects are implemented according to the EC Grant Agreement, problems are promptly tackled, and project partners adequately assisted in legal, technical and financial management issues. Over the years, we have helped around 1,000 project managers, financial administrators and coordinators in understanding the legal, technical and financial rules of the Research Framework Programme, effectively managing their projects and getting ready for EC audits. 2. Lectures and Workshops on Financial Rules and Reporting This fast-track course is intended to provide a complete insight to Horizon 2020 financial issues through a mix of presentations and a hands-on workshop: The day will start with an extended presentation covering from A to Z all of the issues of Horizon 2020 financial issues. After this, you will go through Europa Media's famous financial reporting workshop to simulate financial reporting under H2020: together with your group mates, you will fill in an actual financial statement for an H2020 project using custom-made documentation including timesheets, salary slips and invoices. After the workshop you will go over some pragmatic approaches in reporting; Point-by-point assessment of the prepared financial reports: Format, content; overall principles, possible bottlenecks, what should and should not be included. The second day will finish with a step-by-step guide on how to report costs, deal with deviations, and internal allocation issues. Handling the EC requests for clarification, suspension of payments and other issues with a hands-on approach. Is this training right for me? Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Researchers Financial administrators Project managers Decision makers coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies

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