Funding for Research and Innovation –
a new way for researchers to prepare grant applications

One-to-one meetings for individualised funding advice


The European Commission distributes over €100 billion a year in non-repayable funding to research institutions, businesses and other eligible recipients.


The Funding Programmes

Over 200 European EU funding schemes and even more national public programmes offer grants, including the following five:


Horizon 2020

Horizon 2020 is the EU's biggest research and innovation programme to date, running from 2014 to 2020, with a budget of nearly €80 billion and funding innovation in virtually all areas.


The European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) aims to strengthen Europe's research and innovation capacities by connecting high-quality scientific communities and funding networking activities.


Eurostars funds product-oriented R&D projects led by innovative small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).


Erasmus+ is the successor of the Lifelong Learning programme supporting the development and networking activities, strategic improvement of the professional skills of their staff, organisational capacity building, and creating transnational cooperative partnerships.

3rd EU Health Programme

Complementary to the Horizon 2020, it aims to e.g. promote good practices for cost-effective disease prevention and contribute to innovative, efficient and sustainable health systems.



Researchers working at universities or other research institutions as well as companies of any size, and from virtually any research area or business activity can participate in EU funded research and innovation or training and education project.


Your Benefits

EU funding programmes offer substantial financial, personnel and research support to universities, companies and other eligible organisations.

Your Benefits are:

  • Funding: Up to 100% of your costs.
  • Areas: Research, Development, Education, Training and many more.
  • Network: National partnerships and European collaborations.

The vast majority of research ideas and innovation projects are eligible for funding.

We run workshops and supply information materials on EU grants, as well as accompanying your project with our expertise and answering your project-specific questions:

  • Which funding scheme is most suitable for my project?
  • Which requirements do I need to comply with?
  • What do I need to adhere to in my proposal?
  • How much time and effort do I need to invest?
  • Where can I get assistance or professional support?

We are a specialist partner for acquiring and making the most of EU funding programmes.



Our Experts

Dr. Jeanette Müller

CEO, accelopment AG


  • Over 20 years of experience in the acquisition of funding
  • Expertise in R&D and innovation projects
  • Management of numerous publicly funded projects
  • Focus: Life Sciences incl. Medical Engineering, ICT and Manufacturing



Dr. Johannes Ripperger

Research & Innovation Manager, accelopment AG


  • Extensive experience in the management of EU projects
  • Active since 2008 as a research manager in the private sector.
  • Track record of successfully supporting researchers in acquiring and managing EU research funding
  • Focus: Energy, Environment und Materials



"Thanks to the one-to-one meeting with Jeanette at one of her workshops at Dublin City University our EAGLE project took off"

Prof. Dr. Sabine Moebs, Scientific Coordinator of the EAGLE project and now full Professor at Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University, Germany.






Thank you for your interest in onetwogrant, we'd love to arrange a meeting to discuss possible funding opportunities targeted to your specific research interests.

Please contact Dr. Jeanette Müller by phone +41 44 455 66 00 or through email