The EU funding Toolkit

Published by Wolfgang Gumpelmaier-Mach on

Euclid Network has designed an EU funding toolkit to help you navigate your way through Brussels’s bureaucracy and channel some of these € in your direction and that of your beneficiaries.


Euclid Network has designed an EU funding toolkit to help you navigate your way through Brussels’s bureaucracy and channel some of these € in your direction and that of your beneficiaries.

€276 out of the €460 billions of European funding available is not spent! This gigantic amount of money remains untouched, and the main reasons for this lie in the complex application rules and some lack of expertise at national level.


https://euclidnetwork.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/euclid_funding-guide_v4.pdf

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Wolfgang Gumpelmaier-Mach

I am an independent digital media consultant, focussing on Crowdfunding for the creative industries in Austria and Germany. I consulted more than 100 projects, wrote numerous articles on the topic and I am active as a speaker and workshop host. I am running consulting and information portal www.Crowdfunding-Service.com and publish a monthly Crowdfunding newsletter. Together with my colleague Karsten Wenzlaff from the Berlin based Institut für Kommunikation in Sozialen Medien (ikosom) I published “The (almost) complete guidebook to Crowdfunding for SME’s” as part of the project CrowdFundPort. During his media studies at Vienna University I worked as a film critic and journalist. I am a passionate web user and always on the hunt for the latest trends in Social Media and Digital Communication. I am also working for the CREATIVE REGION Linz & Upper Austria as project manager. Additionally I am supporting a few start-ups and SME's in terms of press relations.