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Before delving into the topic of our next webinar, let’s check we really understand what ‘horizontal’ activities really are. You know, in the past 15 years I must have taught this topic about a thousand times, and despite being something that you can find in all projects no matter the field, it is indeed something… » read more

Posted by Rita Balazs

Remember YoYo, Tamagotchi, Tetris machine, Barbie doll? Or my personal favorite, Beyblade? Why did we even watch that show? I guess they can truly sell anything to kids. I guess I belong to some of the last generations that don’t have social media as part of their childhood memories. I remember I was the last… » read more

Posted by Rita Balazs

Last year the European Commission proposed an EU budget for 2021 to 2027 of €100 billion for the next research and innovation framework programme Horizon Europe. This roughly represents 7.8 per cent of the overall EU budget, also known as the Multiannual Financial Framework. It compares with about €80 billion given to the Horizon 2020… » read more

Posted by Rita Balazs

Nowadays, companies are increasingly focusing on producing circular products and services, which have one or more circular features, like reusability, reparability, modularity, recyclability, etc. However, ordinary consumers and citizens are still lacking the knowledge and the information on these products’ circular features and benefits. Moreover, circular products are still in a competitive disadvantage vis-à-vis linear… » read more

Posted by Rita Balazs

From 13 to 16 June 2017, I had the pleasure to attend a unique event in its genre: the European Funding Academy organised yearly by Europa Media. A tradition that has become a long-awaited event and well known by researchers, consultants, public administrators and project managers. Why is it unique? It brings together under the… » read more

Posted by Rita Balazs

As a group of SMEs, we at Europa Media and Geonardo are well familiar with the need to apply energy saving practices in our offices. In fact, that is where we drew our inspiration for the START2ACT project. Now, as the project is in its second year, we are never short of creative ideas for… » read more

Posted by Rita Balazs

For two days, Budapest turned into a start-up jamboree by having start-ups, tech companies, VCs, accelerators and incubators from the Magyar capital hosting breakfasts, office tours, workshops, hackathlons, meetups, trainings and professional lectures around the city. Having a good taste of the start-up ecosystem, attendees had a chance to meet the teams, founders and investors,… » read more

Posted by Rita Balazs