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About-Compo

Our Members

Our members span the research and innovation value chain – from research centres through to industrial clusters, innovation consultants to communication and engagement agencies.

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  • Clusters
  • Communication
  • Engagement
  • Innovation
  • Research

Our Team

Our management team in Brussels make the connections and amplify our activities by engaging in EU-wide knowledge transfer activities.

Vicky Mosteyrin

Managing Director
 +32 (0)2 400 10 09

Bio

Vicky has 20 years’ experience in EU affairs, having worked both for EU institutions and the private sector in Brussels. Most recently Vicky was representing a large multinational engineering company at EU level, carrying out early intelligence activities to identify new business opportunities and the right partners and experts. Before this Vicky held positions at the European Commission (DG Research and Innovation, and DG Energy), the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions. Vicky joined us in June 2018 and has responsibility for the day-to-day management of the organisation, acquisition of new business, as well as networking and representation.

Simon Hunkin

Policy & Knowledge Manager
 +32(0)2 400 10 08

Bio

Simon has more than eight years of experience in political and scientific communication, with particular expertise in European policy-making, and the environment, energy and innovation sectors.
Simon is currently a Thematic Expert in Low-carbon Economy for the Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform, having previously led the production of a number of studies and reports for clients such as INTERREG IVC, Interreg Europe and the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme. In European projects, Simon has led on dissemination and exploitation work packages and currently manages ADVANCEFUEL and SEALIVE.

James Ling

Communication & Project Manager
 +32(0)2 400 10 07

Bio

James is project and communication manager specialising in circular economy and bioeconomy topics. He joined Greenovate! Europe in October 2015 and since then has managed communication, dissemination and replication activities in a number of EU funded research projects. James is now leading work packages in the projects SCALIBUR (circular economy for biowaste; Horizon 2020), SmartCHP (bioenergy cogeneration; Horizon2020) and Bio4Products (bio-based chemicals and products; Horizon 2020). James also manages G!E communications.

Bénédicte Julliard

EU Programmes Coordinator
 +32(0)2 400 10 07

Bio

Bénédicte plans and monitors resource allocation for all G!E projects in cooperation with the Managing Director, while keeping an eye on new business opportunities, identifying promising call topics for G!E members and coordinating the work on project proposals with other team members. Bénédicte is also currently managing the Communication and Dissemination Work Package of the RUBIZMO project, for which she developed a Virtual library of innovative rural business cases. In parallel, she is leading the Work Package on Integrated Circular Scenarios for the GO-GRASS project, with the aim of creating an online decision support tool for rural entrepreneurs.

Greta Giedraityte

Project Manager
 +32(0)2 400 10 10

Bio

Greta is a Project Manager responsible for the management of European research projects, knowledge transfer activities, timely implementation and new contract acquisition.
Greta joined at the start of 2020 and is currently managing Greenovate! Europe’s activities in the NewTechAqua project. Her previous experience includes consulting at PNO CONSULTANTS, where she managed dissemination and communication related activities for EU funded projects.

Martin Stroleny

Project Manager
 +32(0)2 400 10 10

Bio

Martin is a Project Manager with experience in the Energy field. He is currently managing Greenovate! Europe’s Smart City projects Sinfonia and STARDUST, where G!E is leading replication activities to share knowledge and build capacity in a number of ‘follower’ cities. Martin’s previous experience includes time with EDF, where he was working as EU funding officer in their Brussels office. Prior to EDF, Martin worked for consultancy group ARTTIC.

Daniel Lissoni

Project Manager
 +32(0)2 400 10 10

Bio

Daniel is a Project Manager responsible for the management of European research projects and supporting the wider communication activities of the organisation. Daniel joined in September 2020 and is currently supporting Greenovate! Europe’s activities in the SCALIBUR and GO-GRASS projects. His previous experience includes sustainability consulting and working at the Scottish Parliament.

Affiliations

We are members of the following associations.

Bio-based Industries Consortium

Associate Member

Sustainable Process Industry Through Resource and Energy Efficiency

Member

European Construction Technology Platform

Member
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