As a United Nations official (UNCTAD), I’ve developed a solid experience in managing complex projects aimed at increasing the technological capacity of SMEs in developing countries. I have lectured at the IDHEAP (Institut de Hautes Etudes in Administration Publique), at Lausanne. I currently deal with financial grants, in particular with euro-planning: I assist different types of organisations – from SMEs, to more structured businesses, to public administrations, associations, etc. – in the preparation of projects to facilitate access to EU funds. I offer consultancy in the development of project ideas, identification of relevant European programs, research selection and contact of partners and finally in the definition and drafting of the necessary documentation for submission of projects.
Furthermore, I assist in project management, management of funded projects, setting up and report, relations with the European Commission and with project partners. I take part in the organisation of meetings and also attend meetings and international events as a representative of my clients.
Italian, English, French
Institute of European Studies – Institut de Hautes Etudes Internationales, Geneva
Masters in International and European Studies (1986)
University of Padova
Degree in Political Science (1983)
“Business opportunities in Italy: MEM (machinery) sector” Switzerland Global Enterprise, Zurich, 2014
“Eu-rice project – Tackling together climate exchange effects at local level: environmental, economic, social impacts and perspectives for traditional agricultural systems. The case of the European rice production areas” 2012
“Les PME face à l’usage croissant des TIC” Centre Européen de Formation Professionnelle, 2003
“University, undertaking, unions. Linkage for strong relations between training and the world of work”, AF Forum, 1999
“An assault on poverty: basic human needs, science and technology”, United Nations, 1998
“On solid ground: science, technology and integrated land management”, United Nations, 1997