Pranvera Leka

 Entrepreneurship and SMEs
 Horizon2020


: Jun 4, 2019


About Me

Pranvera Leka graduated in Economics in 1991 at the University of Tirana, Albania and she holds a MBA, a Master in International Business obtained at The MIB Trieste School of Management, Italy.
From 2005 she has been focusing on European Priorities, EU Instruments and Strategies for SME’s, Startups with focus on Research and Innovation Programmes.
In April 2016 she has joined IDP International Développement Partenariat, a consultancy company based in Brussels supporting European businesses to develop their innovative projects by obtaining the grants they should be entitled to. furthermore, She is a a Country Manager for Italy and an European Consultant, member of the IDP Task Force working on the business plan project feasibility and on proposing the appropriate EU funds. She collaborates with Italian incubators and accelerators to support early stage startups with innovative ideas, to rapidly increase their businesses offering mentorship on building a business model and on expanding into the market. She contributes in the preparation of European projects on Research and ;

Fields of Expertise:

 Microfinance
 Energy Efficiency

Ideas in Progress
No ideas yet!
Calls Followed

 Innovation
 
 Start Up
 
 Horizon2020
 
 Climate Sciences
 
 Research
 
Who should apply to FTI, the Fast Track to Innovation?Are you looking for partners that can help you with a fast go-to-market of an industry-driven, innovative concept that has strong potential to make your company grow and scale-up?Do you see co-creation or open innovation as ways to advance your innovation cycle and enter the market within three years?Are you looking for substantial funding to t ...
Deadline Oct 27, 2020   - 106 days
 Capacity Building
 
 Energy Efficiency
 
 Intelligent Energy
 
 Aerospace Technology
 
 Transport
 
 Horizon2020
 
 Research
 
 Project Development
 
 Pollution
 
Energy efficiency is not yet considered as an attractive investment by the financial sector which limits the possibility to use external private finance on top of equity of project owners and available public funding. The lack of statistical data on the actual energy and costs savings achieved by energy efficiency investment projects, as well as on payment default rates, results in financial insti ...
Deadline Sep 10, 2020   - 59 days