Public sector projects can be seriously constrained by a lack of liquidity in financial markets . Fortunately, there are numerous other sources of finance, from EU regional development funds to money made available by national, regional and local government.
Whether you work for a local authority, for academia or, for example, in a healthcare organisation, we can help you attract and make optimum use of such funding. We have multidisciplinary experts who specialise in many areas, from zero-energy buildings to education, training and organisational change.
The criteria for these grants, incentives and subsidies are often extremely complex. There are so many different rules that it takes a lot of experience to become conversant with them all. This is precisely the kind of experience that our public sector consultants have built up over the years. They know platforms such as the EU Horizon 2020 programme – with all of their complexity – inside out.
In universities and research institutes, it is clearly not a good use of valuable resources such as highly trained scientists to spend time on securing funding. We can do it much more effectively. We can, for example, provide interim managers – experienced professionals who work part-time in your organisation, initiating projects, applying for grants and ensuring compliance. This way, they can answer your questions at any time.
Our services may include training, legal advice, writing proposals and developing projects. Let us fill in the gaps in your organisation, working closely together with your people to firmly embed subsidies in your project cycles and thus help your organisation realise its societal ambitions