Recorded Webinar: Basic mistakes in H2020 personnel costs calculation and reporting – Expert Insights

Watch this recorded one-hour webinar about personnel costs and reporting in Horizon 2020.

Personnel costs generally make up the main part in a project budget in H2020. Consequently, it's also the most common field for potential errors. The complexity of eligibility rules and their various exceptions are the main reasons why most beneficiaries have a hard time calculating eligible personnel costs in their H2020 projects.

Learning objectives:

  • Understanding eligibility rules and their various exceptions
  • Getting an overview of the most common mistakes
  • Obtaining practical guidance on personnel cost calculation methodologies acceptable for the European Commission

This webinar is presented by EMDESK in cooperation with Europa Media Trainings.

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Gabriella Lovász, Managing Director of Europa Media

Gabriella is the Managing Director of Europa Media. In 2000, she started developing EU projects during her studies. She coordinated her first project (FP6) between 2005 and 2007. Over the past 17 years, Gabriella has managed and coordinated EU-funded projects under a broad range of EU programmes. Her direct involvement in developing and implementing projects under these programmes, has given her an extensive knowledge of the EU funding system. Gabriella's deep understanding of EU projects has allowed her to share practical information and how-to advice on EU funds and projects in a variety of publications, articles, and online platforms . In addition to developing and managing EU-funded projects, she has been an evaluator of proposals under COSME and H2020 programmes; and an appraisal and monitoring agent for the European Economic Area and Norwegian Financial Mechanism Grants. She holds a Master of Science degree in Economics, specializing in management consulting and European business. Gabriella's main areas of focus are on SME development and ICT-supported learning, game-based learning.

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