technical assistance solution for international projects

bird’s eye view

More than 50 projects in many countries, on two continents. That’s our experience in the last years with technical assistance, capacity building and consultancy projects. We delivered thousands of expert-days, we created tailored systems for our beneficiaries but, above all, we are now in the position to bring value into projects of this kind. We are the right partner to join forces for successful implementations. Our goal is to increase the value of the implementations and and to bring in innovative ways to carry on the activities. What we will not do is body-shopping and we don’t do this for three main reasons: we are not a recruiting company, there is no added value that we can bring in and, probably the most important one, most of the beneficiaries are more and more aware that this way of doing “consultancy” is not the right one, the expected results are often far below the expectations.

the geography of our experience

  • Romania
  • Serbia
  • Croatia
  • Slovakia
  • Turkey
  • Cyprus
  • Armenia
  • Zambia
  • Republic of North Macedonia
  • the European Commission in Brussels

the beneficiaries

  • European Commission
  • agencies of the European Commission
  • The World Bank
  • EBRD
  • Government bodies and agencies

team certifications

  • Executive MBA (Austria, USA)
  • Strategic Management (USA)
  • PMP, Project Management Institute (RO)
  • PRINCE2 (UK)
  • World Bank procurement (UK)
  • EU IPA procurement (UK)
  • Serbian public procurement (RS)
  • Croatian public procurement (HR)
  • Turkish public procurement (TR)

what are we good at

  • identify opportunities
  • business intelligence
  • assemble the right team (experts and companies)
  • write the winning proposal
  • deploy the online technical assistance platform
  • take over the team lead
  • deliver expertise


  • public safety
  • crisis and emergency management
  • environment
  • agriculture
  • education
  • governance and e-government
  • communications and information technology

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