We help researchers design Horizon 2020 impact projects to contribute social, environmental and economic needs, accelerating innovation and delivering real solutions
horizon 2020 project managers
Our purpose is to facilitate Horizon 2020 to researchers to conduct best research, encourage co-creation and support innovations in Europe and worldwide.
to contribute Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Working on research impact
European Project Managers
We are a Spanish company founded in Madrid in 2013 by a creative and passionate team of European Project Managers with more than 25 years of experience designing, preparing and implementing projects with and for researchers willing to solve complex problems, where innovators involvement, citizen participation, and other societal and political stakeholders are key to create the World that we want to live in.
We are Horizon 2020 Project Managers because we believe in our work as driver to transform our World. We believe in the power of collaboration, in building relationships to co-create and innovate, we believe in the potential of smart, thoughtful and passionate people who are driven to achieve better.
What we do
We are focused on the Innovative Training Networks (ITN) and Research and Innovation Staff Exchanges (RISE) of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Programme, as well as in the 7 Societal Challenges, working both Research and Innovation Actions (RIA) and Innovation Actions (IA)
Calls we work
from 3th Framework Programme
Design, write and implementation
going beyond the mere fact to research
Horizon 2020 Project Managers are key for the success of H2020 projects. The design and proposal writing, as well as implementation, go beyond the mere fact to research. In this sense, we have prepared clear and detailed work plans by call about what we do as Horizon 2020 Project Managers.
contributing to deliver real solutions
Areas of knowledge
During Fortunata 2030 first 6 years we have designed, prepared and implemented research projects in biotechnology, health, climate change, environment, sustainable agriculture, artificial intelligence, microelectronics, history, art, philosophy, literature, archaeology, anthropology, music, demography, economics, political science, education and study of religions, among others.