EUrelations promotes excellent research in Switzerland and Europe. We specialise in four main areas. Years of intensive engagement provided us with versatile competences, deep insights and valuable connections.

We do not consider success as a matter of luck. Especially commitment, experience and know-how have been important to reach our goals. In the area of research funding there is a lot to read - we do recommend that. But of particular value, however, are the unwritten rules that become clear only after years of cooperation and exchange. It is this invaluable experience that we utilise for our clients: from the idea to the project.
We are not only your project office or your marketing planner. In many projects we are also involved as research partner. Many years of experience in different research projects have enabled us to become experts in our area: in innovation or event management or in the conception of projects or strategies. EUrelations AG sets goals and turns them effectively into reality.
We have gathered a lot of knowledge, learned numerous tips and tricks and made many experiences. We are pleased to pass them on to our clients. Participants learn everything around research funding in specially designed trainings. Whether it is project management, fund acquisition or self marketing: we help you to improve your Complementary Skills.
We are partners in many projects which were or have been funded under the 6th and 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP6 and FP7). We give all our energy for each of them and contribute to their success: as supporter for the coordinator in administrative matters, as partner or leader in workpackages, as training provider or as research partner.



„I much appreciated the help by EUrelations. The organisation was very well, the interactions with the network members direct and intense and EUrelations managed well to also make resond slow responders that always exist in a consortium. The input how to improve the project was extremely valuable and many of the sections were actually written by EUrelations staff with very little input from the scientists. On the other hand valuable input on content, format and style was given as to the scientific parts of the proposal.“

Prof. Burkhard Bechinger, Professor, Institut de Chimie de Strasbourg, UNIVERSITÉ DE STRASBOURG